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In the realm of anime, waifu culture is rather prevalent. It’s a feature of practically every anime that comes out, resulting in the dreaded waifu wars.
They can be found in almost every genre, and almost anybody can identify with at least one character to label as a waifu.
Shonen is such a vast and diverse genre that it has produced an incalculable number of “best ladies” throughout its history, ranging from romcoms to adventures to fighting anime and beyond.
Well, I’m here to answer any questions you may have about who the top shonen gals are. I also like to believe I have something here for everyone.
However, if your gal isn’t on this list, I’m afraid to say she’s garbage. Maybe I simply forgot, or maybe I have different thoughts (although if it’s Asuka, it’s rubbish).
Anyway, let’s get into the list before I irritate any more people!
Merlin is number 25.
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When it comes to the best female, Seven Deadly Sins has a lot of competition.
Merlin, though, is the only actual solution in my opinion.
I like wizard females, particularly ones that are obsessed with doing experiments in order to discover more about magic.
Merlin is obsessed with that kind of stuff, thus she’s my best gal.
She was the girl that originally drew my attention to the series when I saw a photo of her, so I’m glad to see that my expectations were met.
Mikasa is number 24 on the list.
Attack on Titan is a Japanese anime series.
Due to the massive success of Attack on Titan, she is now unquestionably one of the most well-known anime ladies of all time. Now, I don’t have many waifus in AoT, but Mikasa is one of my favorites.
She’s still a fantastic character, even when she cuts her hair short, and she can wear both fem and tomboy appearances equally well.
She was definitely my favorite lady for a while, but that was about the time I began truly watching anime, so she’ll always have a special place in my heart.
Rei Ayanami (number 23)
Neon Genesis: Evangelion is a Japanese anime series.
In the beginning of this list, I already stoked the fires, but it’s true. I despise Asuka, but I like Rei, and I enjoy seeing her progressively blossom.
She’s a character I’d want to see develop even more than Shinji, since I badly want her to be able to experience happiness after all the suffering she’s gone through.
Rei is also one of Shinji’s dearest friends, attempting to provide emotional support when he is in need.
And the movies cemented her place as my all-time favorite.
Dragon Ball Z is a Japanese animated television series.
Bulma is one of the waifus’ moms.
Our woman is a fantastic character from one of the most well-known shonen series of all time, thus she naturally deserves to be on this list.
She’s intelligent and clever, and despite her lack of fighting skills, she manages to assist the group. She even manages to assist Vegeta in lowering his temperature.
She’s also one of the first anime heroines I’ve ever seen dressed up like a bunny…
Which was something I adored at the time and still do now.
Fuu Kasumi is number twenty-one.
Samurai Champloo is a Japanese anime series.
One of the reasons I like Fuu so much is because of her friendships with both Mugen and Jin.
She has a bright personality, even though she often gets herself into trouble, which is one of the events that set the stage for the show’s primary plot.
She’s adorable, she’s sisterly, she tries her hardest to keep Mugen and Jin in line, and I like seeing her develop as a character over the course of the series.
One Piece is a popular anime series.
In some ways, getting to know Nami via One Piece is like getting to know a real person.
I’ve known Nami for the last 12 years or so that I’ve been a devoted anime fan.
At this moment, Nami is virtually a friend. She’s charming, intelligent, and endowed with a shrewd personality that aids her in both thieving and invention.
One of my favorite aspects of her persona is her mastery over the weather — I love elemental things. I really like how she makes advantage of her surroundings to aid her in combat.
Fairy Tail is a Japanese animated television series.
My favorite character in the series is the lovestruck water wizard who is now a member of the Fairy Tail guild.
Juvia is a sweetie who just wants her life partner to be happy.
And maybe, he will recognize her at some point.
When she’s around Grey, I like her bashful demeanor because it makes her appear so sweet and lovely.
Plus, I’m a huge fan of her style. Every dress she puts on is brimming with panache. Maybe she could help me out…
Emilia, age 18
Re:Zero is a Japanese anime series.
Emilia is a nice and protected girl who is unfairly discriminated against because of her looks to the Witch who has Subaru’s soul under her control.
The poor girl just wants what is best for the kingdom, despite the fact that she knows so little about the world.
And she’s so naive that she thinks she’ll become pregnant if she kisses anybody.
She must be guarded at all times.
Pokémon: The Animated Series
Dawn is without a doubt my favorite of Ash’s several partners.
Just look at her and you’ll see why — she’s such a happy person. She’s also a gifted coordinator and trainer.
Her and her Piplup constitute an endearing couple who have always made me grin more than any of the other characters in the series.
Besides, she enjoys teasing Ash, but it never comes off as very cruel, which I always find amusing.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a Japanese anime series.
Even though Winry is an entry-level waifu, she is still a lot of people’s first waifu.
This is for good cause.
Winry is a bright young lady who is well-versed in her mechanics.
She’s been there for the Elric brothers from the beginning, and she’s a kind person. Throughout the series, she and Edward had several extremely lovely moments together.
Winry, even in the early days, seems like such a great character. She doesn’t go on many excursions, but she’s always willing to help in any way she can.
Konosuba is a Japanese anime series.
Yes, she’s my fave anime lich female.
Wiz is a Demon Lord’s servant, but she doesn’t try to promote his aims at all, and she actually assists the main cast quite a bit.
She’s a kind individual who fails miserably at operating her store, often ordering items that aren’t likely to sell.
Wiz also feels timid when she’s placed in more indecent situations, which is probably more often than she’d want.
But her shyness just adds to her cuteness.
Nico Robin (14),
One Piece is a popular anime series.
Apart from Jimbei, Nico is the Straw Hats’ most experienced member.
Sadly, the cause of her maturity is terrible, as she was taken from her family at an early age and labeled a demon kid who would be persecuted to the ends of the world.
So, yep, that’ll most likely do some harm.
When Robin joins the Straw Hats, though, she is able to have a more enjoyable and rewarding time, even joining in on some of their wacky antics.
Hestia (age 13)
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I understand that this is a controversial viewpoint among Danmachi fans, but I’ll say it anyway:
Hestia is a ferocious beast.
I’m not even sure I like her with Bell.
But as a stand-alone character, I truly enjoy her. She’s wacky and playful, but she’s clearly passionate about the people she loves about.
She may be a touch lethargic, but I find her antics of getting into fights with the various gods to be constantly amusing.
This worthless goddess is one of my favorites.
Morgiana is number twelve.
A former slave with assassin’s thighs.
The rest of her personality, of course!
Morgiana, on the other hand, is a fascinating woman with a terrible background. Even though she’s hesitant to open up, she’s able to find solace in the company of others.
But, in all seriousness, I like Morgiana and enjoy following her on her path to become a better person.
To become a person who can truly convey her sentiments to those she trusts, to be more explicit.
Along with Sinbad, she’s my favorite character in the series, and I’m always fascinated by characters that can battle without using weapons.
Yukiko Amagi (#11)
Persona 4 is a Japanese anime series. The Golden Age of Animation
Yukiko is continuously overworked.
She feels as though she has a lot of demands to live up to, and it’s a continual source of stress for her.
You can see this throughout her story in the show or game, and she finally comes to grips with the idea that she isn’t flawless and can evaluate herself and progress as a person.
She may be on this list instead if it weren’t for certain bizarre choices made with Naoto’s character (who is my second favorite character, along with Kanji).
Gurren Lagann is a Japanese anime series.
Throughout the series, this feisty gal with the enormous ass gun is able to make a hole in some very dangerous mechas.
Yoko Ono is unmistakably a freedom warrior.
When Simon and Kamina reach the surface, she’s one of the first individuals they encounter.
Yoko grows up a lot after the first half of the episode, even becoming a teacher. And, to put it bluntly, she kills it with that expression.
Demon Slayer is a Japanese anime series.
Nezuko must be safeguarded.
This girl, like Emilia, is a total sweetheart. And I admire Tanjiro’s unwavering commitment to keeping her safe at all costs.
Theirs is one of the most healthy relationships I’ve ever seen in an anime, and it makes me like her even more.
I simply feel horrible anytime I see her, and she has to wear the bar in her mouth to keep from biting others. Every time, it makes me pull for her to be free of her evil blood.
Tatsumaki, no. 8
One Punch Man is a Japanese anime series.
In One Punch Man, the tornado is without a doubt my favorite character.
My favorite part of her introduction to Saitama is when he asks why they allowed a lost youngster in.
Genos teases her and immediately realizes that she is not a little child. She’s one of the S-Rated heroes, and she’s a force to be reckoned with.
Her flowing skirt is evocative of a classic witches robe, and her aloof demeanor is amusing when you learn she’s simply trying to prove herself despite her evident aptitude.
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Rosario and the Vampire
From a rather ordinary show, this is my fave waifu.
But Mizore is one of my favorite places in the world.
When I was a teenager, she was one of my first big waifu crushes.
I was immediately drawn to her since she was so lovely. I understand that stalker feelings aren’t the finest in real life, but they look cute in anime.
Now, if only I could get my hands on just one figure of her for less than $500.
*Sigh* A girl can dream, can’t she?
Kill la Kill is a Japanese anime series.
I couldn’t decide between Ryuko and Mako for this location since I like both of them (especially together).
But Ryuko won out because I like her sassy demeanor.
She makes a great start to the program, challenging the school’s queen, Satsuki, to a battle right away.
Even if she is unable to take her on right away, it takes a lot of courage for her to do so.
Throughout the episode, we watch her begin to soften toward her friends and gain confidence in herself as she pursues the truth about what happened to her father.
One Piece is a popular anime series.
Carrot, Carrot, Carrot.
Carrot, while being introduced late in the One Piece plot, had a strong effect on me.
Of course, I now have a soft spot for bunny females. Carrot, on the other hand, was more than that.
She was a wacky character who at times reminded me of a male version of Luffy.
She’s fierce, she wields a great claw weapon, and she transforms into an even cooler form that looks incredible.
Despite the fact that we’ve only known her for a short time in the context of the One Piece plot, she’s already become one of my favorite characters.
Hinata Hyuga, No. 4
Naruto is a Japanese anime series.
Hinata is my favorite character, and she is undoubtedly one of Naruto’s top waifus.
In the beginning of the series, she is a wholesome ninja with a timid disposition.
However, I’m aware that Naruto has a plethora of excellent waifu options. So, apart from being healthy, Hinata must have something else going on, right?
To be honest, I don’t think so.
Of course, I believe she is very nicely written.
However, sometimes all you need in terms of personality is a good female.
She’s lovely, charming, and has one of the most wonderful wedding sequences in any program I’ve ever watched.
And then there’s the fact that she finally gives birth to Boruto’s father’s son!
Sadayo Kawakami is number three on the list.
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I recall playing Persona 5 and pondering which female I wanted to date… Then Kawakami entered my life, and I discovered that you may date her.
That may be morally reprehensible, and that’s entirely reasonable, but I’m an adult, and I think she’s fantastic both in and out of her maid uniform.
She’s a multifaceted character that doesn’t given nearly as much development in the anime as she deserves. But she’s still a force to be reckoned with.
She also gave us the memorable remark “I’m a dad” in her first maid appearance.
Himiko Toga is number two on the list.
My Hero Academia is an anime series based on the manga My Hero Academia.
I think I’ve already said how much I adore Toga.
She’s my fave female from My Hero (with Mirko a close second!) and the one yandere I like.
Now, I have no aversion to the yandere genre, but Toga is the only one who has ever been able to persuade me to embrace it. And, by God, she’s made a strong case for it.
Actually, now that I think of it, Toga is one of my all-time favorite anime characters.
Despite her somewhat terrifying murdering intentions, she’s very attractive, and she’s simply cool.
KonoSuba is a Japanese anime series.
My goddess, my goddess!
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So, Aqua is incredible. She’s witty, feisty, and she’s terrible at fighting.
She isn’t exactly worthless, but it is amusing to refer to her as such.
She can, however, revive, which is a major feat.
Her water purifying system is also quite useful. But all of that is beside the point…
We’re here to discuss waifu characteristics.
Aqua is so amusing that I believe if she were real, she would make me giggle on a daily basis.
She doesn’t have much shame, though, which means she can get really into the jokes, mocking Kazuma in public on a regular basis.
Aqua is something I like so much that it’s probably bad for me. But, until the day I die, I will continue to worship to my goddess and build up my shri- I mean collection of figurines and posters.
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