You have 10 seconds to think about your favorite anti-hero character
you posted him
this being right underneath a berserk thread had me smiling.
can you imagine being a nip fan of the desert punk manga? author fucks off for about 5 years, comes back does 2 chapters than fucks off again or another 3.
i wonder if he'll stick around this time.
punpun is best anti hero
that's a villain protagonist, different thing.
But he thinks he is an antihero.
Well fuck, my job is made easy
And I think I'm a little chinese girl. It doesn't make me one though.
I guess they both are.
What's the difference between anti-hero and villain?
No, I'm not joking.
noun, plural antiheroes.
a protagonist who lacks the attributes that make a heroic figure, as nobility of mind and spirit, a life or attitude marked by action or purpose, and the like.
So basically--a villain is evil, and usually the antagonist. An anti-hero doesn't have to be evil, just not stereotypically "heroic", and has to be the protagonist (or at least a central character on the side we're supposed to identify with/root for).
>Still not lucid dreaming.
Kamen Rider ruined this franchise. At least we got very shitty remake.
Rorschach but this isn't /co/.
Neither are. Learn what an antihero is, you illiterate fucktard.
Kiritsugu from fate zero
What can I say I'm sucker for episode 24's fight scene and the fight between him and lancer's master.
The Franchise wasn't super good in the first place.
I'm interested/curious to her your explination on why you like him. I mean I haven't seen all of eva and i've heard alot of people wine about his character and how much they hate a 13 year old for not wanting to risk his life fighting the angles and how he'd complain about it. Personaly I understand why he'd be a "pussy" and that's because he's only 13 years old and he's fighting monsters that'd make anyone piss their pants if they saw them in person. Not to mention he has huge self worth issues and It's clear he's got issues.
Actually manages to be an anti-hero AND an anti-villain at the same time. Gotta respect that.
>inb4 griffin fags arrive
Guts got my number
>anti-villain and anti-hero at the same time
Isn't that just a villain or a Hero.
desert punk is really underrated
Best villain turned anti-hero
she's a fuckup either way.
Dude was noble, honest, and duty-bound. How in the world is that an anti-hero?
Not even close
The best villain, best anti-hero, best character ever
His path is always straight
Besides Sunabouzu, I always loved Gokudo-kun Manyuuki.
I like him too. Not really your typical antihero though.
Easy as fuck
I avoided DP for a long time because I had this impression that it was an old, dated manga. Not that there's anything wrong with those, just that I was rarely in the mood for it.
Quite a surprise when I buckled down and read it. I love it completely.
he may think he's a villain but he isn't
>You will never pen a character so powerful that your country will hold a real life funeral for him when he dies.
Director's cut of Raoh Den part 2 when
Raoh the GOAT
The only true answer
Akagi got one too.
The prince of all saiyans
>The prince of all saiyans
Vegeta isn't anything approaching an anti-hero. He was a villain, then some fag that just hung around bitching about surpassing Goku. Even after getting his ass kicked by Freeza and ultimately killed, Vegeta came right back to be a useless fuck who let the villains get free power ups (see Cell and Majin Buu), instead of fucking killing them and going over and killing Goku.
Piccolo was more of an anti-hero, since he generally put his bullshit of wanting to take over Earth/kill Son Goku aside in lieu of dealing with a bigger problem (see, Raditz, Nappa & Vegeta, Freeza and finally the Androids, before giving up and becoming one of the good guys).
Does this wonderful bastard count?
Because she fails at both - and so paradoxically SUCCEEDS at both.