Gotta Love The Crazy Anime Girls
Look, let’s be real – most things are pretty mundane and normal. Your job, friends, and hobbies are most likely all really normal (statistically speaking!). Sometimes we need a little crazy to spice things up. There’s a character trope known as the manic pixie dreamgirl which sometimes shows up in rom coms and introduces an exciting element to a boring protagonists life. Now, while these girls are a little different to that, and may kill you in the process of getting to know them, they are definitely exciting (albeit totally crazy) anime girls nonetheless.
10 Crazy anime girls you should be very scared of
Shiro from Deadman Wonderland
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The childlike Shiro lives a happy-go-lucky life in the dangerous prison of Deadman Wonderland, oblivious to the horrors around her and content to eat candy. But don’t let her cuteness fool you—an invincible, bloodthirsty killer lurks just behind her smile, waiting to be released into the wild.
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Shion is an identical twin and often switches place with her sister Mion. If that isn’t a red flag, you haven’t watched enough horror anime. The adorable Shion is a terror with a taser and prone to psychotic, murderous rage at anyone standing between her and her promise to her beloved Satoshi.
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There are two types of victims: those who want to end injustice and those who want a turn at it. After surviving a hostage crisis set in motion by the Japanese resistance, bookish Nina Einstein develops an obsessive crush on a Britannian princess. Her psychosis leads her to this world’s Manhattan Project…and a brief love affair with a table.
Haruko Haruhara from FLCL
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Haruka comes from outer space on a faster-than-light Vespa, wielding an electric guitar that shoots rockets. That’s crazy in and of itself. But crazy isn’t just something you are—it’s something you do. So she introduces herself to hapless protagonist Naota by running him over and stalking him. And that’s what she does to people she likes.
Lucy from Elfen Lied
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It’s always the quiet ones. Little more than a glorified science project raised in an environment of institutional cruelty, Lucy is withdrawn and sociopathic, killing freely and remorselessly. She harbors nothing but contempt for the lesser creatures that create monsters yet call themselves human.
Roberta from Black Lagoon
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Rosalita “Roberta” Cisneros became known as the Bloodhound of Florencia during her time as a hitwoman for Colombian rebels. These days she works as a maid for the wealthy Lovelace family. Though she’s not much for cooking and cleaning, hurt one of the Lovelaces and Roberta will torture and kill her way to vengeance. Yes, that includes children.
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In Claymore, the Organization employs cold-blooded warrior women (the titular Claymores) to hunt down and destroy the monstrous Awakened Beings. Ophelia deliberately turns people into Awakened Beings, just to have something to kill. When she’s not doing that, she turns her savage “Rippling Sword” technique on human and Claymore alike, showing her contempt for weaker beings by indulging her bloodlust.
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What does a lifetime of sexual repression do to a person? Shimoneta has an answer in one of the most bizarrely superhuman student council presidents this side of Satsuki Kiryuuin. Strong, durable, and implacable, Anna-senpai is fanatically devoted to stamping out lewdness wherever it may hide. Without spoiling anything, let’s just say the most dangerous type of villain is a villain who has no idea what she’s doing.
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If Yuno were only madly in love with our hero Yukiteru, and not willing to slaughter anyone who got close to him, it would be enough. If she were willing to slaughter anyone who got close to him, and didn’t have a magical diary that told her his location every ten minutes, it would be enough. If she…you know what? Yuno’s messed up. Let’s leave it at that.
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She’s prone to unpredictable mood swings. She changes her hair according to the “color” of the day. She paints weird hieroglyphs all over the school and spends her time searching for aliens. But Haruhi Suzumiya, without knowing it, is a goddess who can alter reality as she pleases. So can one truly be crazy if the world changes to suit her craziness? Is she the one spot of sanity in a chaotic world? The answer is the same either way: All hail Haruhi-sama.