Wednesday, April 14, 2010


Okay, here we go for another Anime related entry. I know most of you are not into anime so my apology for those who can't relate but hopefully you'll enjoy this list. This is the second part of this entry, the first one was posted last April 2009 (so it's been a year already). You can check the part 1 here (TOP 5 BEST ANIME LOOK-A-LIKE PART 1)
anyway here's my new list of



Among all the anime listed here, the most unpopular for many might be BisCuit Krueger as she appeared only in the second season of Hunter X Hunter.
Biscuit Krueger first comes into the story in Greed Island. Although she appears to be a little girl, in her true form she is actually a massive and extremely muscular woman several times the size of her preferred form. The only reason she stays in her girl form is because she claims she hates her original form's appearance. Regardless of which form she is in, Biscuit is very powerful. She helps Gon and Killua train while they are at Greed Island, leading them closer to the end of the game.
Maya - She's the merchant in the group and usually joins parties to steal loot and make off with their money. Her rather disagreeable way of doing things comes from a tragic event in her childhood where she was beaten in her "hometown" of Alberta after trying to sell apples with her self-made cart. She met Roan and Yuufa in the Prontera Sewers when they saved her from a large number of Thief Bugs. In return, she saves them by delivering a Blue Potion to Yuufa during their fight with a Golden Thief Bug. She later changes her rather roguish ways after becoming attached to Yuufa and the rest of the group. She has a known affinity for monsters, never being seen without her pet Poring named Poy-Poy.



Toph is a blind Earthbending master of the Earth Kingdom, a race of people who can control and manipulate earth. She grew up in a wealthy and highly respected family but left it behind when she had agreed to teach Aang earthbending to help him fulfill his duty as the Avatar, and accompanies him on his quest to defeat the imperialistic Fire Nation and bring peace to the war-torn nations.
Ascot is a Palu, a young child with the unusual ability to summon monsters, whom he considers to be his friends. Although hideous, they have no ill will, but villagers still fear them. Thus, Ascot was driven away until Zagato offered to give him and his friends a home in exchange for serving under him. In the anime, he destroys Presea's house with his monsters, and essentially causes her death; later, he confronts the Knights again (their first encounter in the manga), but Umi slaps him for using his friends and causing them pain. This causes a change of heart in Ascot, and he then forsakes Zagato. In the second series, he has used the power of his own will to make himself into an adult because of his love for Umi. Also, he still summons monsters but has learned other spells from Clef to avoid using his friends as living weapons.



Lacus Clyne is a fictional character from the Japanese science fiction anime television series Mobile Suit Gundam SEED. She is a popular female vocalist and becomes the co-leader of the Clyne Faction. Lacus Clyne is the daughter of PLANT Supreme Council Chairman Siegel Clyne. She is a Coordinator whose career as an idol singer has brought her enormous popularity in the PLANTs. She is engaged to Athrun Zala at one point, mainly out of political expediency. As the Bloody Valentine War goes on, Lacus meets and falls in love with the protagonist of the series, Kira Yamato
Euphemia li Britannia is Lelouch's half-sister and the Third Princess of the Holy Britannian Empire; she is the sibling Lelouch cares most about after Nunnally. She is a kindhearted and open-minded woman who despises conflict in any form. Euphemia joins her older sister Cornelia in governing Area 11, becoming the Sub-Viceroy. She develops a relationship with Suzaku Kururugi, whose views reflect her own, and eventually appoints him as her personal Knight. Toward the end of the first season, she announces her intent to form the Special Administrative Zone of Japan in the region under Mount Fuji, giving the Japanese people their name and country back. During the administration changeover ceremony, she falls under the accidental influence of Lelouch's Geass and is reluctantly compelled to kill the Japanese people. She is shot by Zero to end the chaos and dies from her injuries, sparking the Black Rebellion and a bitter grudge from Cornelia, Nina and Suzaku.



Kira Yamato lives on the neutral space colony Heliopolis to avoid the Bloody Valentine War. He is an expert in computer science, he assists with research and development at the Heliopolis technical college he attends. Kira was at first a timid and shy person. He is very kind and helps those in need whenever he can. When the war struck, he took the initiative to protect the Archangel and it's passengers. Afterward, due to Flay's manipulation, Kira becomes aggressive when defending the Archangel to the point where he could kill a person. After Kira felt hatred towards Athrun for killing Tolle Koenig, he begins to question his motive for fighting. He later realizes killing would never end the hatred for war, and changes his fighting method to disarming opponents by shooting their limbs,head and weapons.

Lelouch Lamperouge is the Byronic protagonist of the Sunrise anime series Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion. Lamperouge is his assumed surname, while his real name is Lelouch vi Britannia. A son of the 98th Britannian Emperor. He was born as Lelouch vi Britannia, the Eleventh Prince of the Britannian Imperial Family and seventeenth in line for the throne. His father is the Britannian Emperor, Charles zi Britannia, and his mother was Marianne vi Britannia. He was sent to Japan as a political hostage for questioning his father's cold regard for his mother's assassination and the crippling of his blind sister Nunnally. When Britannia invaded, he went into hiding with his sister, taking refuge with the Ashford family. Seven years later, he discovers an enigmatic girl known as C.C., who grants him an ability called Geass, which allows him to command others to behave as he wishes. Seeking to build a peaceful world for his sister, he pursues the destruction of Britannia under the guise of his masked alter-ego Zero.



Yui Hongo is the Priestess of Seiryū. An intelligent and mature girl, she is a tenth grade student and Miaka Yūki's best friend. A passionate person at heart, she tends to see the world in black and white terms and is easily infuriated with perceived betrayal. Yui is confident and bold with everything she does, but longs for someone to take care of her. Yui is initially transported to "The Universe of Four Gods" with Miaka, but almost immediately returns to the real world and becomes the one who reads the book in order for events in the world to progress. However, she becomes trapped in the book while trying to help Miaka return to the real world. Afterwards, bandits capture Yui and knock her unconscious. When she regains consciousness, she believes she has been raped and, distraught, attempts to kill herself. Nakago rescues her and convinces her that Miaka is responsible for Yui's misfortunes, leaving Yui unaware that Nakago had saved her before the incident involving the bandits and that she had not been raped at all. He manipulates Yui into becoming the Priestess of Seiryū, convincing her that it will allow Yui to take revenge on Miaka. She eagerly agrees, swearing to fight Miaka and to take away her lover, Tamahome, whom Yui has become attracted to.

Sailor Uranus is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. Her real name is Haruka Tenoh, a masculine schoolgirl who can transform into one of the series' specialized heroines, the Sailor Senshi. Haruka is a stubborn, protective individual, but is also strong-willed, capable, charming, and occasionally even doting. She is formally introduced in the third story arc, although she appears in silhouette alongside Sailor Neptune in the final episode of Sailor Moon R. Haruka is a racecar driver, even though she is barely sixteen years old when she appears. However, the timing of her birthday to the Japanese school year means she is one grade ahead of the Guardian Senshi.

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