Top 15 Anime Girl Crushes

My Top Manga Girl Crushes

Here are 15 of my favorite girl crushes. The characters on this list are here because I like them, also remember that I haven’t read every manga in the world…yet.

15. Emma– Magico

I usually don’t like the females in shounen manga that don’t go into battle or really do anything. If you compare Magico to some other shounen manga, there definitely isn’t as much fan-service. Emma didn’t fight, she was mostly there as a love interest, and for fan-service. Despite all that the mangaka somehow made me able to love her character.

14. Saeko– Highschool Of The Dead

I watched the dub version of H.O.T.D, and at first I was sure they pronounced her name “Psycho”. Well, they weren’t that far off. I honestly hated the pointless fan-service this anime had. I was able to love Saeko, because although they did use her for fan-service, they also made her a powerful character.

13. Kiri Beauty Pop

I loved her apathetic attitude. Most shoujo manga give the male lead this attitude. This manga didn’t stick to the ridiculous gender roles of shoujo.

12. Mafuyu– Oresama Teacher

This manga is extremely funny, and Mafuyu is too. She’s strong, and funny, what more would you want? (Oh, intelligence is important too!)

11. Yuno– Mirai Nikki

The queen “yandere”, takes the number eleven spot. Some people don’t like Yuno, because she’s a bit.. a lot psychotic. I admit if Yuno was real, I would stay as far away as possible, but she’s not so i’m free to love her. I was attracted to her character since I first read “Mirai Nikki”.

10. Hina– Five

Hina’s character blew me away, I was attracted to her badass “Mess with them, and i’ll mess you up” attitude. She truly had everything, brains, beauty, and physical (& mental) strength.

9. Revy– Black Lagoon

I admit she’s a little unstable in the head, but Revy’s badass attitude attracted me. She seriously doesn’t care, and will kill you if you get in her way.

8. Asuna Sword Art Online

A great cook, a great fighter, a great leader. In many shounen anime, they do stupid things like make the powerful female leads wear skimpy clothing. I never understood that, she’s fighting she needs armor! Luckily they didn’t do that to Asuna. She was able to be a powerful female lead, without having a chest that literally defies human nature. ( She wasn’t used for fan-service for the first like 12 episodes at least).

7. Kujou– Last Game

Most shoujo manga writers don’t seem to understand that it is possible to have a female that is stronger or smarter than the male. Amano Shinobu (Author of Last Game) understands this. I think what attracted me to Kujou was that she is not portrayed as being inferior to Yanagi.

6. Haruhi– Ouran Highschool- Host Club

She’s one of my favorite shoujo heroines. She’s smart, pretty, and just doesn’t give a damn. She shows, that even without trying to live up to society’s expectations she can be happy.

5. Erza– Fairy Tail

Erza is a feminist’s idol. She’s strong, brave, intelligent, and a great leader. She will fight for her friends, and is someone you want on your side.

4. Maria– Akuma To Love Song

Some of the girls on this list were characters who grew on me. Maria was a character that I loved from chapter one. She’s honest, intelligent, beautiful, and won’t let bullying get to her.

3. Shiro– No Game No Life

Yeah, I love seeing women be badass with their swords, and guns. Despite that, I think that intelligence is far superior. Along with being the most adorable thing ever, Shiro is a genius that will make you feel stupid.

2. Victorique– Gosick

Although she’s older than me, I still think she’s super cute. Like Shiro, she’s a super genius, and that’s nice to have since there aren’t many female genius characters.

Before revealing my number one pick, here are some honorable mentions:

Ran– Detective Conan

Umaru– Himouto Umaru-chan

C.C– Code Geass

Kirigiri– Danganronpa

So who is my number one? Well actually its a tie between…

  1. Yona– Akatsuki No Yona

She has one of the best character developments ever. She struggles during the manga, and becomes a really well written character throughout the chapters.

1. (Also) Yurie– Pika Ichi

Yurie isn’t the main heroine of “Pika Ichi”, she’s a character you hear a lot about for a while, but don’t actually meet her until chapter seventeen. I honestly wasn’t expecting to like her so much. The very first chapter she was in, she made a huge impact, and put a certain bastard “cough” Dougen “cough” in his place.

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11 thoughts on “Top 15 Anime Girl Crushes

  1. J.F.Johns says:

    Loved this list!!It’s actually been like forever since I read some manga or watched some anime and seeing this list made me want to get back to it! I was actually reading Deadman Wonderland, and love the character Shiro 🙂

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  2. zaktaku says:

    I laughed at Shiro from No Game No Life because she’s, like 11, but loli is allowed in the bounds of anime XD

    I share a lot of my girl crushes with you, apparently, since a lot of these ones are girls I like.

    One of my absolute favorites, however, is Makise Kurisu from Steins;Gate. She’s smart, she’s beautiful, and she’s tsundere to the point I find cute

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    • mangaotakuu says:

      I actually haven’t seen Steins;Gate, but Makise is the red haired girl right? I’ve seen some clips of her, and she seems awesome!! Also Shiro isn’t that much younger than me (only by 2 years).

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      • zaktaku says:

        Makise is the red haired girl, indeed. And I would formally suggest Steins;Gate. It’s a great watch if you’re into time travel.

        13 then? You’re pretty articulate for your age XD …coming from a guy who’s 3 years older then you.

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  3. tayotrending says:

    Not really my thing, but I really liked your choices (especially miria Nikki and haruhi) and brief descriptions. I also think hidemi from btoom and Michiko from kings game should have made it. If you do a revised check them out as well (especially hidenmi [bad spelling])

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