20 Anime Boys with Yellow Eyes You Will Fall in Love with at First Sight
Yellow is one of those eye colors that does not occur naturally in real life. Still, while this exotic and intriguing color cannot be found in real life, our favorite fictional characters are sometimes seen with yellow eyes, especially in anime. In this article, we are going to bring a list of the 20 best yellow-eyed anime boys that we know of. We’ll be using different sources and rank them based on their popularity and the general level of awesomeness they represent. The list is going to be pretty diverse, including various characters from various franchises and genres.
1. Zenitsu Agatsuma
Franchise: Demon Slayer
Zenitsu is cowardly and thinks that, due to the dangerous work of a demon hunter, he has little time left to live, which is why he often clings to the girls he meets, asking them to marry him. Zenitsu has low self-esteem, which prevents him from justifying the expectations of other people and his own – feeling feelings of difficulty or danger, he runs away, hides, or just cries. This often causes him to lose faith in his abilities and denies Zenitsu that he won the victory on his own, even when it is obvious.
He thinks his calling is to live a modest life, not kill demons. Even being soft-spoken, Zenitsu respects his comrades and especially admires his late teacher Jigoku. A sense of duty to him helps Zenitsu forget about fear and focus at the right time. Over time, Zenitsu will become braver in battles, as seen in the battle against his classmate Kaigaku and in the battle against Muzan.
Franchise: Dragon Ball
Beerus’ power surpasses that of all the main Dragon Ball villains, such as Frieza, Cell, or Majin Buu. Shonen Jump also said that he is without a doubt the strongest villain in Dragon Ball Z history. He usually uses his power to destroy planets and is strong enough to destroy a galaxy and even the entire universe.
Beerus’ overwhelming power surpasses even Super Saiyan 3 Goku with a single finger and he easily defeated Gotenks and Gohan in Mystic State. Against Vegeta, in Super Saiyan 2, he states that he hasn’t used even 1% of his power in a long time. Goku in Super Saiyan God mode was able to stand up to him temporarily, but it is later revealed that Beerus was only using part of his power, despite which he managed to win without taking much damage and ending up just a little tired.
His power surpasses even Vegetto and Gogeta, as Goku states that he would lose against him, even fused with Vegeta. According to Akira Toriyama, in terms of power Goku’s Super Saiyan God level is 6, Beerus’s is 10 and Whis’ is 15, indicating that Whis is more powerful than Beerus.
3. Mayuri Kurotsuchi
He is the captain of the 12th division, responsible for the research and development of new technologies. It was Kisuke Urahara who held this position before escaping from Soul Society. Mayuri is extremely cold and inhuman. He does not hesitate to sacrifice his subordinates. His lieutenant is his daughter Nemu, an artificial being whom he made and whom he does not consider to be a human being.
When he releases his Zanpakutō, his blade transforms into a three-bladed saber whose guard is a head emitting gases allowing to block the signals emitted by the brain and therefore to paralyze the limbs, but does not however prevent the pain to get to the brain.
4. Shōgo Makishima
The main antagonist of the first season, he is a humanist, endowed with a great literary culture as well as a unique charisma, he charms and pushes people to crimes. Considered “criminally asymptomatic”: he cannot be properly assessed by a Dominator, even though he commits horrible crimes.
At the start of the series, he is content to support individuals wishing to be able to commit crimes, in order to help them hide from Sybil.
Then he works to unravel the secret of the Sibyl system and overthrow it. After inventing a helmet copying the Psycho-Pass of a “normal” close person, and thus masking that of the wearer, and having flooded the city with it to create riots and anarchy, he left to invest the Ministry of Welfare. to try to overthrow the system.
Apprehended by Tsunemori and Kōgami, Sybil, through one of his representatives, offers him to join the system, which is composed only of spirits similar to his own.
Orochimaru possesses a complex personality; however, he was most often described as “twisted” by a large number of people, including Tsunade. Jiraiya speculated that the death of his parents when he was young, along with the horror he felt when Tsunade lost Nawaki and the tears she later shed when she lost Dan, imply that Orochimaru began to despise the fragility of human life and how it affected those still living, which led him to desire immortality.
Franchise: Chainsaw Man
After abandoning his contract with Pochita, Denji transformed himself into a full devil. In this form, Denji has incredible speed and strength, capable of defeating multiple Hybrid Devils in seconds. Although he has been shown to take damage and even slowed down by being sent to hell and hurled into space, these actions only stopped him for a few minutes before he returned unscathed.
His immense power is even more evident in Hell, as it is implied that he defeated every demon residing there. Makima said that he killed them 26 times in this form. The form seems to lack Denji’s personality and consciousness, although it has been shown to retain some memories and often acts in accordance with them. After being defeated by Makima to save Kobeni, and later rescued by Power, Denji transformed back into his normal form and regained consciousness.
7. Sajin Komamura
He is the Captain of Division 7. His appearance resembles that of a humanoid, gigantic fox. To hide his true appearance, he wore a mask until the fight against Kenpachi Zaraki. He was a good friend of Kaname Tōsen until the day the latter betrayed him and Soul Society. He became a shinigami to honor Yamamoto, since he was one of the first people (along with Tōsen, who couldn’t see him) not to disown him for his looks. His Zanpakutō is called Tenken, but he almost always fights with the Bankai.
InuYasha is the main character of the story. He is a hanyô, a hybrid being half-man, half-demon, with a human appearance of about fifteen years. He’s got a bad temper, rude, derogatory, proud, violent, and even a bit crude, but he knows how to be kind and generous (even if he doesn’t realize it at such times). He hates losing and seeing his friends in danger.
He has the power to regenerate when injured and possesses supernatural strength through his Hanyo form. However, with each new moon, Inu-Yasha transforms into a simple human, losing his supernatural gifts. He is in the possession of Tessaiga, a magic saber whose name means “the crusher fangs of steel”.
9. Obanai Iguro
Franchise: Demon Slayer
As one of the Hashira, he is one of the most powerful swordsmen in the entire organization. Obanai ponders every step he takes and tries not to panic in any situation. He starts an attack when he recognizes what his opponent is capable of. Such a lead often allows him to win.
Iguro is able to bend his sword at all possible angles, although his sword is exactly the same as that of other people. His sword can slide into small slits like a snake. Obanai, who was always partially blind in his right eye, developed a fighting technique using his Kaburamaru snake. Kaburamaru is able to read enemy attacks and transmit this information to Obanai.
10. Edward Elric
Franchise: Fullmetal Alchemist
Edward (Ed) and his one-year younger brother Alphonse Elric (Al) are drawn to alchemy from an early age. Edward hates his father, Hohenheim, who has abandoned his family. Very young, Al and Ed will rummage through their father’s books and gradually learn the basics of alchemy. Their mother will suffer from an illness and will die thereafter.
At the age of eleven, after taking lessons with their master (Izumi Curtis), Ed and Al attempt to revive their mother through human transmutation, a practice that is totally prohibited and which is the ultimate taboo in the field of alchemy. This one fails. Ed will lose his left leg there, Al his whole body. To save Al, Ed sealed the latter’s soul in armor with a seal made with his own blood, but still had to sacrifice his right arm to make it possible.
Since then, the two brothers have been looking for the Philosopher’s Stone, which would allow them to find their lost members without worrying about the rule of equivalent exchange. Ed’s limbs were replaced by mechanical prostheses made by their childhood friend, Winry Rockbell.
Franchise: Death Note
Ryūk is a death god (Shinigami) who is deeply bored in the world of the death gods. Possessing two Death Note, he drops one in the human world in an attempt to be entertained. He follows Light everywhere (because he is the new owner of the Death Note and Ryūk must follow him until Light’s death) but remains neutral in relation to events.
12. Kiyotaka Ayanokoji
Franchise: Classroom of the Elite
The protagonist and the unreliable narrator of the work. He neglected his entrance exam for some reason and ends up in class D, a symbol of failure where all school scraps are assigned. Kiyotaka Ayanokōji is an unmotivated boy who is not good at communicating with others. He often fails to attempt to be friends with others in his class due to his inability to communicate.
His situation begins to change after meeting Suzune Horikita and Kikyō Kushida, two other students in his class. He promised to help Suzune reach Class A, on the condition that she doesn’t investigate him. He does indeed seem to have a dark past that he doesn’t want to talk about. Their main teacher Saeda Chabashira is also interested in the latter. His grades are average and he is aware of how he spends his points.
However, it seems that the grades are often well below his real abilities. As Manabu Horikita points out, he is aiming for a score of 50 out of 100 in all the tests during the admission exam. Moreover, Suzune quickly notices that her intellect and physique are well above average. But for some unknown reason he avoids showing off and often credits others for his merits.
13. Szayelaporro Granz
Being the Octava Espada, Szayelaporro is the 8th Arrancar with the highest destructive power in Aizen’s army, which makes him a not inconsiderable enemy, at the level of a Soul Society Captain. In addition to undeniable combat skills, Szayelaporro is responsible for the scientific and technological development of Hueco Mundo, being the inventor of numerous spiritual weapons (or so Dondochakka claims), or of spiritual bacteria capable of transmitting data to him about the different fighters with whom the bearer has fought, among other inventions.
Therefore, he is considered to be the Arrancar equivalent of Mayuri Kurotsuchi, with whom he would end up measuring his strength. His enormous capacity to store data, even during combat, of everything that surrounds him, makes him a very difficult being to defeat, since in a short time he is able to analyze his opponent’s reiatsu and knows how to counter his attack, leaving unscathed no matter how powerful the blow it has received.
14. Dracule Mihawk
Franchise: One Piece
Drakul Mihawk, nicknamed “Hawkeye” due to his intimidating gaze, is universally believed to be the best swordsman in the world. He is a lean-bodied man with a thin beard and mustache; temperamentally he is solitary, taciturn, with an austere and proud bearing and a strong sense of honor.
His weapon is a gigantic black sword, called the Black Sword, belonging to the category of the supreme Wazamono, the best in the world: with it, he can deflect bullets and cut entire galleons into two parts, as he did with the fifty ships of the Creek fleet.
Although he belongs to the Fleet, he does not seem to care much about the problems of the world government, so much so that he abandoned Marineford after the arrival of Shanks stating that he had agreed to face Whitebeard but not Red-Hair: in fact, when young, the two were bitter rivals in the art of sword and the battles between the two are considered memorable.
15. Van Hohenheim
Franchise: Fullmetal Alchemist
Hohenheim defines himself as a monster, he appears to be immortal even though it is not explicitly said. (He is shot at point blank range and yet only his clothes are damaged). The one who leads the homunculi, calling himself Father, looks a lot like him and the first reaction is to think that they are the same person but the doubts are raised when Ed and Al find themselves in Father’s haunt and where the latter seems delighted that ‘Hohenheim is still alive and has had children.
In the penultimate chapter, we learn that Hohenheim was in fact a slave in the city of Xerxes. He was number 23. He worked in the laboratories and it was there that he met Father, who was then a Homunculus in the form of a black gaseous cluster (resembling Pride) in a vial. Father will take advantage of him and in exchange for his knowledge, he will ask Hohenheim to put him in touch with the king of Xerxes.
Father manipulated both of them to become almost omnipotent; he has later stopped thanks to Hohenheim’s help, who sacrificed his life to save his sons.
16. Chōjirō Sasakibe
Chōjirō Sasakibe was the vice-captain of the 1st Division. Little is known about him except his great admiration for the Victorian era. He is killed by the Quincy Driscoll Berci at the start of the final arc, in a fight where he will have used his Bankai for the first time to defend himself; he would have mastered it before older captains like Shunsui Kyōraku or Jūshirō Ukitake but declined the captaincy out of loyalty to Captain-Commander Yamamoto.
Franchise: Dragon Ball
Unlike Beerus, Champa has a more ordinary, friendly, and careless attitude. Champa, like his brother, is very easy to make angry, but Champa proves to be more so to such a degree that even Whis himself confirms it, he seems to be like him but with more disadvantages, since his love for food and sleeping is much more than Beerus for these things.
He is headstrong, arrogant, and most of all a sore loser, as he didn’t want to lose against Beerus and even bent the rules. He proves to be cold and evil after killing Guarana and his soldiers out of necessity unlike his job of destroying him.
The others do not interest him too much since he always treats his angel Vados badly and is ignorant at the same time, because he does not see that she wants to help him stop being fat, and also proves to be so by believing that it would be easy to beat Universe 7 for seeing that Goku was slow to catch the egg that he threw at him, ignoring that he had a heavy uniform.
Being the God of Destruction of Universe 6, his power is completely from another dimension. He was able to maintain a very even fight with his twin brother Beerus, although it was interrupted because it would cause the destruction of Universe 6 and Universe 7.
18. Alphonse Elric (human)
Franchise: Fullmetal Alchemist
Al’s personality evolves enormously over the course of the manga and especially each time he finds himself separated from his brother Ed. Indeed, first more or less passive and relegated to the supporting role, he takes a more important place after being kidnapped by Greed and his gang to unlock the secret of what he thought to be immortality.
But the military intervention will prevent Greed from knowing more. It is Martel’s death that will awaken Al’s memory and allow him to remember the Truth which will have the consequence of allowing him to practice alchemy like Ed and his master, without a circle of transmutation. Al’s role will thus begin to gain importance. But, the real turning point in Al’s mind takes place during his second separation from Ed.
While the latter leaves for the ruins of Xerxes, Alphonse remains in Central City and finds himself embroiled in a confrontation between the Homunculus. and the Roy Mustang team. He later restores his body thanks to Ed sacrificing his skills.
19. Hisoka Morrow
Hisoka Morrow is one of the heroes’ antagonists, especially Killua and Gon, and a staple character in Hunter X Hunter. Mysterious, liar, cunning, and provocative. Considering himself a “hunter”, he is as good at fighting as he is at deception. Always in search of his interests and pleasures, he knows how to be daring and tenacious to the point of endangering his life.
20. Zommari Rureaux
As the Seventh Espada, Zommari holds the seventh place in terms of the destructive power of all the Arrancar that are part of Aizen’s army. We assume that, given this great amount of power, which makes him worthy of fighting on equal terms with any Captain of the Gotei 13, Zommari is capable of developing the most basic combat techniques of the Arrancar, such as the Cero, although it is true that he has never been seen using them.
Like the rest of the Arrancar, he also controls Hierro, an ability that allows reiatsu to compress into his skin and give him the resistance of armor. During his release, Zommari levitates his Zanpakutō in front of him horizontally, while bringing his palms together and bending his legs. He then completely twists his head, sticking it to his right shoulder, and the Zanpakutō folds into a spiral while emitting smoke that covers the Espada.
At the end of this process, Zommari shows his liberated form, which consists of adding fifty eyes or more to his entire body, all of the different sizes. From the waist down, Zommari’s body is replaced by a salmon-colored, pumpkin-like structure from which cyclopean faces emerge, with larger eyes.