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Anime Characters' Crazy Hairstyles Ranked in Charapedia Poll

posted on by Carlos Cadorniga

Protagonists in anime are often notorious for their wacky and unrealistic hairstyles, but which ones are said to be the craziest? A recent Charapedia poll tallied up votes and calculated the top 20 most unbelievable hairstyles worn by anime characters.

Unsurprisingly, first place went to Yugi Mutou from Yu-Gi-Oh!. With an uncanny mixture of yellow, maroon and black, styled with gravity-defying spikes and edges, it's no wonder Yugi's hairstyle is considered the strangest of them all.

Second place went to everyone's favorite Saiyan, Son Goku of Dragon Ball Z fame. While not as strikingly colorful as Yugi's hair, Goku's seemingly-random spikes of hair jutting from his head make it a wonder that no one mistakes it for bed hair.

Ran Mori from Detective Conan won third place. While certainly more modest than the higher ranked, the one apparent spike perched upon what would otherwise be an objectively normal head of hair makes for an unsettling contrast.

The full list is as follows

  1. Yugi Mutou from Yu-Gi-Oh!
  2. Son Goku from Dragon Ball
  3. Ran Mori from Detective Conan
  4. Jean Pierre Polnareff from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  5. Gon from Hunter x Hunter
  6. Kenpachi Zaraki from Bleach
  7. Suneo Honekawa from Doraemon
  8. Namihei Isono from Sazae-san
  9. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo from Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
  10. Giorno Giovana from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  11. Kotori Minami from Love Live!
  12. Levi from Attack on Titan
  13. Saitama from One-Punch Man
  14. Franky from One Piece
  15. Sazae Fuguda from Sazae-san
  16. Tetsurou Kurou from Haikyuu!!
  17. Masato Hijikawa from Uta no Prince Sama
  18. Kimio Nagasawa from Chibi Maruko-chan
  19. Yusei Fudou from Yu-Gi Oh! 5D's
  20. Noriaki Kakyouin from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

What do you think about the list? Who has your vote for the wildest anime hair? Let us know in the forums!

[Via Nijimen]


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