Mereum by far.
It’s not an accessible show. Lots of people drop and dislike it because it isn’t very enjoyable and requires an appreciation for a certain type of anime.
@Anayan Kashyap Evangelion isn’t necessarily meant to be enjoyable. You need to be in the right mindset to watch it. If you are looking for fights, likeable characters or general entertainment, you’re not gonna like Eva. I don’t understand how better story, and characters doesn’t mean a show is better.
1. Koyomi Araragi (Objectively the best character)
3. Kenshin Himura
@Edward vi Britannia Legolas Lost Children is from Berserk but it’s actually part of the Conviction arc.
25 chapters in and you think it’s a masterpiece? The same rating as what you consider the absolute best already. I really do wonder what your criteria is.
Really didn’t think it was all that great tbh.
@Anayan Kashyap Banana Fish isn’t yaoi, it’s hardly even BL at all, it’s more implied.
There is kind of a difference between yaoi and Shounen-Ai too. Shounen-Ai tends to just be the emotional or romantic side of things, whereas yaoi tends to be more explicit and is seen as more sexual.
Couldn’t even get through the last season honestly.
Gamagoori from Kill la Kill is pretty built and Yujiro Hanma is simply a different breed.
@Thagiftedkid Lol, I got Johnny and Jonathan mixed up. Jonathan is a monster.
@Thagiftedkid Weather Report, Jonathan, Anasui and maybe Kira aren’t really muscular. I mean, depends on what you consider muscular but they’re more lean.
Anyone that chose anime girls needs to talk to some girls.
Because Kaiki is god. What arc you on now?
Worldbuilding isn’t a trope. There are tropes within worldbuilding but it itself is just creating somewhere for your story to take place.
^Based and valid af
@Unspeakably Homie Doesn’t really get brought up too much. It has the best worldbuilding in any animanga. It’s a generic answer to the best worldbuilding in anime question but it’s the best one.
@SageJaystar JoJo has average worldbuilding. I don’t know if you even understand what worldbuilding is.
Nah bruh. Just seems bias at that point. The One Piece world is on a far larger scale, and things from islands hundreds of chapters ago are relevant years later.
You can say any aspect of Naruto is better and I can see it, but the worldbuilding being better just isn’t it.