What makes Edward relatable is many things, like:
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The man, the myth, the legend, mister Kakarot himself.
But Asta completely negates magic with his swords, and is invisible to detection because the lad literally has zero magic power. There’s also the whole demonic origin of his powers. And we all know that he’s only going to get stronger and stronger. 48. Akame.
The thing with Akame is that she’s guaranteed to one-shot you, with even just a graze. This is because her sword puts a “death mark” on you. But instead of letting you pass the Chunin exams, it just kills you. And that’s very relevant when the wielder of said sword is as fast and precise as Akame is.
Where the anime is right now, Midoriya is extremely powerful. Where the manga is at he’s insane. And by his proclamation in the very first episode that he was going to be the number one hero, we know that in the future he’s going to be plus ultra god-tier. One for All is just such a strong quirk.
As a duellist, Kaneki is definitely a threat.
As far as overall destructive power goes, Jotaro is definitely on the lower end on this list.
And Muzan is pretty nuts in all regards. Just being a demon already means that during the night he’s invincible to everything that doesn’t harbor the power of the Sun. But Muzan can also create other demons, and not some baby foot soldiers. But real demons that the protagonists barely fend off.
Although it could certainly be argued that Zeno is the strongest character in Dragon Ball, there's a big difference between strength and power. Sure, Zeno could erase all of existence with the snap of his tiny little fingers, but, given his small stature, he likely wouldn't fare all that well in a fistfight. Goku, on the other hand, is in his element in such surroundings .
Tetsuo serves as the main antagonist in Akira, despite having once been the hero's best friend. His psychic power, once fully awakened, proves to be far too much for him to be able to control, leading to a series of psychic explosions that threaten to destroy the entire universe. Thankfully, he's pulled into an alternate dimension by Akira before catastrophe can strike.
The Misfit of Demon King Academy anime may be fairly new when compared to some of the other popular anime series that have made their way west, but its main protagonist Anos has existed for more than 2,000 years. He's a reincarnation of the first and most powerful Demon King, which brings with it quite a few useful combat-related perks and benefits.
Though Kaguya initially uses these abilities to protect her former clan and her sons, she's eventually consumed by the power, much like the Chakra fruit was once consumed by her. After her heart has been lost to darkness, she uses her ability to read and manipulate minds almost exclusively for immoral acts; causing untold pain and destruction.
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Naruto may not be as strong as some of the other popular anime protagonists that are out there, but what he lacks in raw strength, he more than makes up for with technique and confidence. The once narcissistic ninja's control over the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox makes him a real force to be reckoned with, as too does Sage Mode .
Though Ichigo is ultimately able to get the better of Yhwach, this is down to the hero being smarter than the villain; not stronger. Had Yhwach simply finished his rival off when he had the chance, he would no doubt have been able to bring an end to existence and its endless cycle of life and death. With The Almighty — a power that allows its wielder to rewrite the future — at his disposal, there may well be a version of reality in which he did just that.
Is it any surprise that Whitebeard's name is on this list? Well, I'm pretty sure that anyone who's seen One Piece can attest to the fact that Edward Newgate is the most powerful character in the entire series, and will certainly give anyone in the show a run for their money.
The Battle of Maniford is one of the most epic moments in One Piece, and it's easy to say that Whitebeard is one of the major reasons why this arc was all the more special.
Once a major part of Gotei 13, Aizen perhaps has the most memorable heel turns of all time in anime history. He definitely earns a spot on this list with his impressive Bankai that not many can overcome.
There's a reason why he was chosen to be the Seventh Hokage after all — his incredible powers means that the villagers find themselves safe in the arms of this oddly charismatic character.
Ending lives with a smile on his face, Misogi's latest Minus power was All Fiction , which allowed him to straight up deny certain aspects of reality to fit his twisted mindset. It's incredibly powerful, to the point where Misogi himself needed to think twice before using this power.
My Hero Academia is the newest shōnen anime to have taken over the Western world by storm, and for good reason — the unique spin on the concept of superheroes is equal parts familiar and enticing, making for a highly entertaining show indeed.
One of the major reasons why this show was so popular was because of the protagonist, Kenshiro.
People watch and like Japanese animation because of its specific artistic approach, the animation, the characters, and the themes that anime shows tackle. There is everything there, from bizarre to epic, and that applies to both the plots and the characters.
Sakura Haruno, whose current name is Sakura Uchiha, is a Jōnin from Konohagakure, she was the female member of Team 7. Kishimoto created her as the heroine of the series, although he admitted that he had little perception of how an ideal heroine should be.
In order to exterminate them, Eren, accompanied by his childhood friends Mikasa Ackerman and Armin Arlelt, enlist in the Army and join the Exploration Battalion, a group of soldiers who fight against the Titans outside the walls.
His training involves ten kilometers of running, a hundred push-ups, a hundred sit-ups, a hundred squats, every day.
The strongest among them without a doubt is Cyborg 009, Joe Shimamura, who was gifted with most of the attributes of his predecessors.
In his Devilman form, Akira is, without a doubt, the strongest of the demons, easily ripping them apart before they even have a chance to attack them, his claws and teeth acting like razor-sharp swords. Add to this his wings, superhuman strength, speed and durability, and Devilman easily makes it into the top 10.
well, like a video game, it came from experience, and with that experience he is able to take on hordes of monsters, bosses and other strong players, his biggest asset sometimes being his intelligence and quick thinking. All of this, within the game, makes him one of anime's strongest sword fighters.
Good thing Yuske Urameshi has just that in the form of his fighting abilities and his signature spirit gun attacks. On top of his usual spirit gun, Yuske also has multiple, more powerful variations on the attack, as well as superhuman strength, speed, stamina and durability.
What makes an action anime great? The fights! We're talking about those off-the-walls crazy, fast-paced, non-stop thrill ride battles that show just how strong the heroes and their opponents are. What makes a great fight is the awesome and crazy strength of the combatants, and there are some insanely strong heroes in anime, but which are the strongest? It can be a bit difficult to gauge the strength of an anime character, mostly since they all exist in different worlds with different rules and power types, but there are also some clear differences in power between some of your favorite anime heroes. Does ki beat chakra? Is cursed fruit power stronger than magic? Just how strong is Saitama?
The reason for the latter is because each member of the Joestar family featured in the series is powerful in their own right, so powerful that it's often a point of debate between fans who is the strongest among them.
He's practically bulletproof, he is super strong and, of course, he has his signature speed, otherwise known as his acceleration mode. With the flick of a switch in his tooth, Cyborg 009 can move so fast that time appears to stop to him, a nifty ability that makes him hard to catch and harder to beat.
18 WHITEBEARD. In One Piece, Edward Newgate, aka Whitebeard, captain of the Whitebeard Pirates, is hailed as the strongest man in the world. The first time we saw him on screen, we knew he’d be a powerhouse. His stature is imposing and his scars tell a tale of the countless battles he survived.
To put it simply, alchemists can transform and alter matter into other matter to suit their purposes. Edward stands out among other alchemists for a number of reasons. He’s the youngest State Alchemist in history, achieving his certification by the time he was 12. This alone proves that he is a capable combatant.
However, after Shinichi is attacked and almost killed by another alien, Migi disperses 30% of his body into Shinichi’s. This causes Shinichi to develop powers similar to the parasites. He gains enhanced strength, speed, durability and vastly improved mental faculties. By himself, he may not be much of a fighter, but after contracting alien powers he’s many times stronger than a normal human. Not to mention Migi is incredibly smart, and is a combat strategist for the two. This allows them to take out enemies much stronger than themselves, such as the practically invincible Gotou.
He may be low on our list, but don’t underestimate this red haired, ex-hitokiri from the Rurouni Kenshin series. Despite his small stature, he is regarded as one of the most powerful and legendary swordsmen to ever exist. After slaughtering countless people during the Meiji Revolution, Kenshin hung up his blade, vowing to never kill again. He travels around Japan as a rurouni, a wandering, masterless samurai, seeking redemption for the lives he’s taken. Kenshin wields a Sakabato as his weapon of choice, a katana with the blade forged on the opposite side, making it a poor fit for killing.
When he transforms, he retains his intelligence and military training making him that much more dangerous. The reason that he doesn’t make it higher on this list, is because he can’t always rely on his Titan form. To transform, he needs to physically injure himself. Characters in the manga and anime have gotten around this problem by tying his hands together and gagging him. There is no doubt that Titan Eren is ridiculously powerful, but his human form would be crushed by anyone else on this list.
While in the hospital recovering, government officials discover that Tetsuo possesses vast psychic capabilities, similar to the esper Akira, who’s power destroyed Japan 31 years earlier. After unlocking his abilities, Tetsuo has a vast array of telekinetic powers. He can fly, generate force fields so he can breathe in space, bend light, levitate objects and channel his telekinesis into powerful energy blasts.
It’s violent and utterly devastating. But terrible circumstances always lead to interesting heroes, and Shinichi Izumi is one of the most unique in anime history. In this series, human bodies are taken over by parasitic aliens that feast on human flesh.