Relating To Specific Anime Characters!

Published May 10, 2016 by Shay Taree

Whenever I watch an anime I tend to notice that there are specific types of anime characters that I gravitate towards more. 
I notice that I tend to always like the strong female characters and the goofy but lovable characters in shows.

For example when I was watching the show Nana I really liked Nana Osaki 


because she was such a strong female lead but also had a soft side to her that I liked. 

When watching Sailor Moon I always liked Usagi and also Rei. Usagi 


because she was goofy, funny, and had a lot of faults that I could relate with. Plus she loved her friends and only wanted the best for them. For Rei 


I also loved how strong she was and she also kind of had that I don’t care personality that I just quite don’t have.

For other shows for example like Lucky Star I gravitated towards the character Konata 


because she was goofy and nerdy like I can be sometimes but she also likes to help her friends in not the best ways but hey it is still help.

So what anime characters do you relate to or gravitate towards? Comment down below and let me know. I can’t wait to read them! 

~Anime Reviewer Girl! 

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One comment on “Relating To Specific Anime Characters!

  • Great topic. If I had to choose one, I would say I am like Shinichi Izumi from Parasyte. Reason being is that there are times I want to help others but I feel weak on doing so. In the beginning of the anime, he is coward and nervous guy. I feel like he describes me.

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