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  • Ymir on Random Anime Side Characters Who Are More Compelling Than The Protagonist

    (#14) Ymir

    • Marvel Universe

    There's more to Ymir than meets the eye. Her initial appearance on Attack on Titan paints her as somewhat cynical, selfish, and uncaring. As the series progresses, however, the real Ymir begins to blossom, showcasing her truly heroic side.

    Outside of all her surprising personality traits, Ymir's complex backstory is also quite notable. Despite her many fluctuations, one thing that doesn't change is her devotion to her lover Historia Reiss. The same can't be said for Eren Jaeger, who remains predictably boring throughout the series. 

  • Vegeta on Random Anime Side Characters Who Are More Compelling Than The Protagonist

    (#4) Vegeta

    • Dragon Ball Z Kai, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn, Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound, Dragon Ball Z: Bardock – The Father of Goku, Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks, Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler, Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan, Plan to Destroy the Saiya-jin, Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!, Dragon Ball

    Out of all the Dragon Ball Z characters, no one has gone through a journey quite like Vegeta's. Initially, he's portrayed as an unbeatable bad guy, but over time he evolves into a key, yet untrustworthy ally, Vegeta's character arc is one of the strongest in the show.

    The real change to his character comes in the "Majin Buu saga," as he finally admits he'll never be able to match Goku's powers and begins to fully embrace his role as a family member. Considering his previous dedication to destroying the Earth in season one of Dragon Ball Z, watching Vegeta humiliate himself in order to save the planet from Beerus, the God of Destruction, in Battle of the Gods is an amazing turnaround.

    It's also surprising that, when you take Dragon Ball Super into account, Vegeta becomes a more caring husband and father than Goku. 

  • Rock Lee on Random Anime Side Characters Who Are More Compelling Than The Protagonist

    (#8) Rock Lee

    • Naruto, Naruto Shippūden, Naruto the Movie: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom, Naruto Shippuden the Movie, Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire, Ninja World

    Although the Naruto anime constantly paints its lead character as an outcast, Naruto's obnoxious behavior makes him hard to sympathize with. Plus, those Nine-Tailed Demon Fox powers of his always give him what feels like an unfair leg up on the competition.

    Rock Lee, on the other hand, is the epitomic loveable underdog. Unlike most of the ninjas in the series, Rock Lee doesn't possess the skills to perform ninjutsu and genjutsu. However, through sheer determination, he is able to go toe-to-toe with the near-unstoppable Gaara using only his non-magic physical abilities. 

  • Kamina on Random Anime Side Characters Who Are More Compelling Than The Protagonist

    (#6) Kamina

    • Gurren Lagann

    This one is a total no-brainer for Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann fans. Seriously, Kamina is one of the best things about the anime.

    Kamina's bombastic personality makes him an absolute blast to watch. Whereas Simon is often too timid, Kamina is loud, brave, and determined. It's easy to write him off as simple, but Kamina actually has some complexities to his character.

    As he admits in the show, Kamina uses his outrageous personality to mask his own self-doubt, but no matter what, he remains a character that everyone loves to admire. 

  • Nicholas D. Wolfwood - Trigun on Random Anime Side Characters Who Are More Compelling Than The Protagonist

    (#9) Nicholas D. Wolfwood - Trigun

    Vash the Stampede is a fun character to watch on Trigun, but once Nicholas D. Wolfwood steps onto the show, it's impossible to not want more. Fashion-wise, Wolfwood rocks the bad*ss preacher look with his slick shades and enormous cross-shaped gun.

    His cool persona perfectly contrasts Vash's whimsical demeanor, and his surprise relationship with Milly Thompson is endearing to watch unfold. However, just like Vash, Wolfwood has a dark past that motivates him throughout the series. His abusive childhood drives him to raise money for the orphanage he runs, so that he can make sure other children won't suffer like he did. 

  • Sagara Sanosuke on Random Anime Side Characters Who Are More Compelling Than The Protagonist

    (#10) Sagara Sanosuke

    • Rurouni Kenshin

    There's no better way to grab the viewer's attention than to carry around a monstrous sword wherever you go. That's how Sagara Sanosuke made his debut on Rurouni Kenshin; he wields the Zanbatō like it's no big deal. Even after Kenshin destroys the Zanbatō , Sanosuke remains a captivating character to watch.

    His brash attitude makes him easier to relate to than Kenshin, and his fighting style following the Zanbatō's destruction becomes more engaging to behold. Watching him try to master the Futae no Kiwami in order to avoid the punishment of death is one of the highlights of the Kyoto arc. 

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