Here is a list of the 30 best crying anime boys. The article is going to contain images of famous male characters from various anime series and franchises while crying. We are going to provide you with the basic information on each of the characters.
Franchise: Black Clover
Asta is a cheerful and hyperactive young man. He is endowed with unparalleled perseverance and determination, since he was little, he never gives up and is determined to accomplish his goals. It can be noted that his perseverance allowed him to be noticed by Captain Yami and these comrades of the Black Bull. He is also used to being criticized and being the butt of teasing and he knows how to show composure.
However, when his loved ones are attacked, Asta does not hesitate to defend them vehemently. He also has a great sense of justice and he believes that everyone has the right to be protected, which is one of the reasons that led him to want to become Emperor-Mage. This way of thinking does not only apply to his allies, but also to his enemies, like when he asks his comrades to save Mars from the collapse of the dungeon.
29. Son Gohan
Franchise: Dragon Ball
He is the first son of Son Gokū and Chi-Chi, older brother of Son Goten, husband of Videl, with whom he has a daughter named Pan. He is half Saiyan and half-human. In the Cell saga, he took an important role as he ended up victorious in the battle with Cell. In the Buu saga, he also took an important role in one of the battles with Buu in which he awakened his hidden power thanks to the supreme Kaio-sama from 15 generations ago.
In the Dragon Ball Super saga he initially has a secondary role having moved away from martial arts and devoting himself to being a scholar, but despite not training he can transform into a Super Saiyan. Gohan still wears his Great Saiyaman outfit since Videl allows him to and enjoys his ridiculous poses for some; he has a great love towards his wife Videl and her daughter Pan, since he would always surrender to them just as Videl said in chapter 74.
He happens to have a main role as one of the 10 warriors participants. He trained with Piccolo and drew his sleeping power from him and then had a battle with Piccolo’s father, in which he fought with all of his power but was knocked down by Goku.
28. Beelzebub IV
Its name is inspired by Beelzebub. He is the future Demon Lord. His mission is to destroy Humanity but he needs a human receptacle (called a contractor) to which to attribute his power whose host is cruel and strong.
Nicknamed Baby Beel, he is very easily impressed, especially by strong people since he himself is still weak and loses against other babies as well as cats, even sometimes insects of which he has a real phobia (we learn later that in reality, his combat potential is very high, to the point of being able to stand up to Oga, but his cowardice and lack of confidence limit his abilities to the point of rendering him almost harmless).
He loves things that might scare “normal” babies like violence, heavy music, and demonic toys. When Beel is upset, he cries and this results in electrocution around those around him. Oga must not be separated by more than 15 meters or else Beel’s crying will result in the instant death of his adoptive father, according to Hilda.
Franchise: Seven Deadly Sins
Meliodas is the Sin of Wrath and Leader of the Seven Deadly Sins. He is the main protagonist of the series and was the owner of the Boar Hat Tavern. Her Sacred Treasure is the Lostvayne Demon Slicer and her Magical Ability is Full Counter. He was also the former Head of the Ten Commandments, as Meliodas of Charity, and a former member of the Stigma Alliance. He is the older brother of Zeldris of Piety and the older son of the King of Demons.
Franchise: Dragon Ball
Vegeta also spelled Vegeta, is a fictional character from the Dragon Ball manga created by Akira Toriyama. He first appeared on December 19, 1988 in Weekly Shōnen Jump, searching for wish-fulfilling Dragon Balls to gain immortality. Alongside Goku, Gohan, Bulma, Krillin, and Piccolo, he is one of the characters that received the most development.
His character evolves from villain to anti-hero and becomes a hero over the course of the series. He is one of the most popular characters in the Dragon Ball franchise, and his first confrontation with Goku is considered one of the most iconic battles in manga and anime.
Vegeta is extremely vain and proud, constantly referencing his heritage and status as Prince of the Saiyans throughout the series; he thinks he should be considered the strongest fighter in the universe and becomes obsessed with overtaking Goku after fighting him. Vegeta reluctantly unites with Goku’s group, to thwart larger threats to the universe such as Frieza, Cell, and Majin Boo.
25. 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 was later stopped thanks to Hohenheim’s help, who sacrificed his life to save his sons.
24. Shōto Todoroki
Franchise: My Hero Academia
A classmate of the protagonists and one of the four recommended students. His Quirk, called Half-Cold Half-Hot, allows him to generate fire from the left side of his body and ice from the right side.
To make the most of his powers he must alternate the two sides: if he uses only the cold side he risks incurring frostbite, vice versa the exclusive use of the hot side could cause him burns. He can create real mountains of ice out of thin air and produce extremely hot flames, and if he chooses to use both sides he becomes very dangerous; with training, he learns to use both sides of him at the same time.
Despite his abilities, he cannot give complex shapes to the ice he produces. He is considered the strongest student in the class, strength shown during the Sports Festival (despite the fact that he finished second, losing to Bakugo). He is the son of Endeavor, considered the best hero after All Might.
Brock is one of the main characters of the first three cycles of the series. He takes the character of the Gym Leader of Pewter City. Brock is the eldest of a family of ten children. His mother Lola is missing and his father Flint left to become a Pokémon Master and he hasn’t heard from him since.
Therefore, Brock takes care of his nine siblings on his own, and because of this, he is particularly skilled in household chores. Brock was the first Gym Leader that Ash fought.
22. Tessai Tsukibashi
Tessai Tsukibashi is a man over two meters tall, working with Kisuke Urahara in his spirit item shop. He has a mustache and always has small glasses screwed on his nose. Very muscular, he is able to break a Hollow mask with his bare hands. His talents in Kido and Bakudo find their explanation in chapter -102: he was the leader of the Necromancers, and the captain of the Kidō at the time of the appearance of the Vizards. For helping Urahara, he was also banished from Soul Society.
Franchise: Mob Psycho 100
Called Shigeo Kageyama, he is a 4th-year student at Sel College. He works for Reigen Arataka in the spirits office. Shigeo is simple in appearance and does not attract attention at all. He has great psychic power (spirit hunter) but only uses it for his work as his boss taught him.
He thinks his powers are not very useful on a daily basis and would have preferred to be like his little brother, Ritsu, so that he could seduce girls, especially Tsubomi Takane, whom he has been in love with since he was little.
20. Gyomei Himejima
Franchise: Demon Slayer
As a Hashira of the Demon Slayer Corps, Gyomei is a very powerful swordsman. Tanjiro and Inosuke claim him to be the most powerful slayer in the entire organization. This was also confirmed by the Upper Moon 1, Kokushibo, who noted that Gyomei’s physical abilities had been pushed to an absolute peak.
He also said that he had not encountered a warrior like Gyomei in the past three hundred years. He was able to fight the strongest Upper Moon for a short time without the Demon Slayer mark, further revealing the extent of his skill. Gyomei wields a hand axle with spikes attached to the handle via a long chain.
To wield his unique weapon, he uses the sound of the chain to judge the position of the strike, covering up and even taking advantage of his blindness. He, along with Shinobu, Uzui, Obanai, and Mitsuri, is the only one who uses unique weapons. The chain, spikelet, and ax are crafted using the same metals used to craft knives.
19. Roronoa Zoro
Franchise: One Piece
Roronoa Zoro is a character from One Piece. He is a swordsman whose ambition is to become the best swordsman in the world, by venturing on the mainline in search of One Piece in the company of his captain and the crew.
He is a renowned swordsman who fights with three swords (this style is called in Japanese Santōryū) who is part of the Straw Hat crew led by Monkey D. Luffy, the main protagonist of the series.
18. Sasuke Uchiha
Sasuke Uchiha is a member of the Uchiha clan. He is a serious boy, although he possesses the great ability in the ninja arts especially the style of fire. His goal is to become strong enough to defeat his older brother Itachi, who murdered all the other members of his clan. Thereafter, he will leave the village to train with Orochimaru a ruthless ninja, who seeks to dominate all the ninjutsu in the world and obtain eternal life.
17. Inosuke Hashibara
Franchise: Demon Slayer
Growing up in the mountains, Inosuke developed an incredible sense of touch. He can feel small vibrations in the air. Using this ability, he can tell if anyone is watching him, especially if they have bad intentions. He can even find the exact location they’re looking at, which gives him an advantage in combat.
Inosuke is a very good fighter as he is able to match Tanjiro and even outdo him with his flexibility and unconventional fighting style that resembles “four legs of a beast” because of the way whose punches come from such a low angle while being very fierce and incorporating other unorthodox moves, making him unpredictable and vicious.
16. Gon Freecss
Franchise: Hunter × Hunter
Gon Freecss is, along with Killua Zoldik, the hero of Hunter × Hunter. He is the son of the legendary Ging Freecss. He was raised by his aunt Mito (Ging’s cousin), whom he considers being his real mother. Mito makes her believe for a long time that her father was dead, but she later confesses to him that he is alive and that she has been granted custody in court. He possesses a personality close to any nekketsu manga hero, although it is clearly more sought after and deep.
15. Alex Louis Armstrong
Franchise: Fullmetal Alchemist
This endearing state alchemist, “the alchemist with the mighty arm,” is as naive and generous as his muscles are imposing. He brags about his family’s heritage all the time (the art of fighting, drawing, running, etc.) and is sometimes rather overwhelming. He often strikes a pose long enough to show off his muscles, constantly looks ecstatic, and is almost always off the mark, (almost) always has little stars next to his face.
14. Takeru Takaishi
Takeru “T.K.” Takaishi is a fictional character from the Digimon Adventure series. He is one of the main characters of the first two seasons. His Digimon partner is Patamon, and he possesses the Symbol of Hope. T.K., at the height of his 8 years, is the youngest DigiDestined of the first season;
Despite his young age, T.K. is quite independent and does not like his brother Matt, who is also a DigiDestined, to protect him from the dangers of the Digital World.
In addition, T.K. shows great affection for Tai, and even asks him in one episode if he wants to be his big brother, which causes Matt’s jealousy. He is also very close to Kari, Tai’s little sister, with whom he will be in love in the second season. Aside from his dealings with the DigiDestined, T.K. is very attached to Patamon, and will suffer greatly from his demise when he transforms into a Digi-Egg after the final fight against Devimon.
13. Alphonse and 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.
12. Natsu Dragneel
Franchise: Fairy Tail
Natsu Dragneel, also called “The Salamander” is a member of the Fairy Tail guild, he is a fire mage suffering from motion sickness. He uses forgotten magic that makes him a dragon slayer (or Dragon Slayer). As a teenager, it is an orphan in search of his adopted father, a then extinct dragon named Ignir, who taught Natsu the magic of the fire dragon hunter.
Magic that allows him to fight against evil in the company of his friends and some of his former enemies who have become his allies such as Sting Youclif or Jellal Fernandez. Carefree and fiery in character, he is shown to be fiery and constantly ready to get into a fight with someone.
Kon is the manga’s mascot. This is an artificial soul, or mod soul, made at Soul Society. They were programmed in combat to help the shinigami by developing one of their physical abilities, but failures, as well as ethical problems, led them to stop manufacturing them and destroy existing specimens. Kon managed to survive, hidden among simple souls (“soul candies”) only intended to occupy the inert bodies of the shinigami.
Kon is actually an under pod, an artificial soul whose leg capacities have been increased. Thus, he is able to jump several meters high, or kick very powerfully. He is also called Bostaf by Yuzu (one of Ichigo’s sisters).
10. Zenitsu Agatsuma
Franchise: Demon Slayer
Zenitsu has an overdeveloped hearing, which allows him to detect danger with even the weakest sounds. He is also able to hear people’s inner thoughts if he uses his senses to the fullest. He can use this gift to help him locate demons by comparing the sounds made by a demon and those made by a human.
Zenitsu is more powerful when he sleeps. When his life is in danger, the fear he feels goes beyond the limits that his body can bear and causes him to pass out, which makes him reach his true potential; when Zenitsu is asleep, he wields the sword at a high level and this only based on his instincts.
However, as the story continues, he hones his skills and courage and relies less and less on this ability, starting to show the same talents with awareness.
9. Tanjiro Kamado
Franchise: Demon Slayer
From the start, Tanjiro proved to be a prodigious fighter, having a strong natural aptitude for combat, especially fencing. Tanjiro has previously been shown to have superhuman characteristics, such as extraordinary senses, a heightened sense of smell, immense willpower, and great intelligence.
His naturally obtained abilities go so far as to allow him to outsmart and catch Giyu Tomioka, one of the most powerful demon slayers, off guard and almost deliver a fatal blow to him with nothing but his intense emotions.
Right after learning Water Breathing and taking the final selection, he was able to easily eliminate many low-level demons without the help of others, even those who possessed the Blood Power and were previously members of the Twelve Moon Demons, namely the Swamp Demon and Kyogai.
After recalling the Hinokami Kagura, he learned from his father as a child that he would have defeated Rui, the Upper Moon 11, if Rui had not cut his head off before, a feat that many believed only a Hashira could do.
8. Izuku Midoriya
Franchise: My Hero Academia
He is the main character of the story. Childhood “friend” of Katsuki Bakugo, whom he nicknames Katchan, he was born without Quirk. He wants to become the best superhero of his time, like his idol, the famous All Might: “To be able to save lives with a smile on your face”.
His dream is to join Yuei (UA), the famous and no less prestigious high school which has seen the birth of so many heroes. Yet without powers, he will do anything to become a great hero and catch up with his biggest rival, Katsuki Bakugo. It will ultimately be him that All Might will choose to take over by transmitting his power, the One For All.
7. Eren Yeager
Franchise: Attach on Titan
Eren is a teenage boy who has vowed revenge on huge creatures, called Titans, who devoured his mother. 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.
As the story progresses, Eren learns that he has the ability to transform into Titan, “the Attacking Titan”. It then becomes a major tool to help humans get rid of their enemies.
6. Ken Kaneki
Franchise: Tokyo Ghoul
When he was 18, following an accident, Doctor Akihiro Kano transplanted the RC cells of Rize Kamishiro, a ghoul who had tried to devour him. The boy then notices that he possesses characteristics of both species: humans and ghouls, which are carnivorous and cannibalistic humanoids that can only feed on humans or other ghouls.
He then becomes a one-eyed half-ghoul. Ken is scared because he has noticed that he has to feed on human flesh if he is to survive. His left eye betrays his nature when hungry, so he wears an eye patch to conceal his condition as a ghoul.
5. Son Goku
Franchise: Dragon Ball
Son Goku, whose real name is Kakarot, is the main hero of the Dragon Ball manga. Living alone in the mountains far from the city, he inherits a four-star ball known as the Dragon Ball, which he keeps as a memento of his grandfather Son Gohan.
He befriends a teenage girl named Bulma. Together, they embark on the quest for the Seven Dragon Balls which, when gathered, summon the wish-granting dragon Shenron. During his adventures, he finds new friends who follow him on his journey. As Goku grows, he saves the Earth and the universe safe from the bad guys.
4. Shin’ichi Kudō
Franchise: Detective Conan
Shin’ichi Kudo is a fictional character from the Japanese manga and anime series Detective Conan by Gōshō Aoyama. He is a student considered a remarkable detective who often helps the police in complicated cases. One day, while at a theme park with her friend Ran Mouri, she starts following two suspicious men. One of them later attacks her and forces her to ingest the poison APTX4869.
Instead, instead of killing him, she turns him into a boy and adopts the pseudonym Conan Edogawa so as not to be discovered. He is adopted by Ran and her father, detective Kogoro Mouri, as well as helped by inventor Hiroshi Agasa. Meanwhile, he collaborates in solving cases that Kogoro cannot and tries to find information about the “Organization of the Men in Black”, to which the characters who attacked him belong.
3. Ash Ketchum
Ash Ketchum, known in Japan as Satoshi, is the main character and protagonist of the Pokémon anime. He lives in Pallet Town with his mother and on the first day of his adventure, he sleeps in and arrives late at Professor Oak’s laboratory so he does not receive his starter Pokémon.
Seeing how desperate he was, Oak offered him a wild and untamed Pikachu he had in his lab and Ash gladly accepted. Although Pikachu did not like Ash in the beginning and hurt him intentionally, after Ash risked his own life to save Pikachu’s, they became the best of friends and started their journey together through the different regions of the world of Pokémon.
He can be described as a brave and sincere, sometimes gullible and high-spirited boy. He knows the meaning of true friendship and is willing to sacrifice himself for the well-being of his friends and his Pokémon.
2. Naruto Uzumaki
Naruto Uzumaki is a ninja from the hidden village of Konoha. He became the jinchûriki of Kyûbi on the day of his birth – which led to him being rejected by most of the inhabitants of Konoha throughout his childhood. After joining Team 7, Naruto worked hard to gain recognition from the villagers while pursuing his dream of becoming a Hokage.
In the years that followed, after many adventures and trials, he became a ninja considered a hero by the villagers and later by the rest of the world. He quickly proved to be one of the major players in the Fourth Great Shinobi War, allowing him to fulfill his dream and become the Seventh Hokage. At the start of the series, one of the techniques Naruto could do without fail was the Transfiguration technique, and his own variation of the technique, Sexy-Meta, which was creative, but useless, other than creating a diversion.
Throughout Part 1, he learned a number of short-range techniques, which were developed over the month with Jiraiya during the Chûnin Examination, and perfected them during the 2.5 years he left the village with Jiraiya. for training. Naruto also improved his knowledge of ninja skills under the tutelage of Jiraiya, using taijutsu and ninja techniques, like Multi cloning and Uzumaki Naruto Fury, During part 2 he began to master his own techniques, like Fûton – Rasen Shuriken, and the Chakra Arms of Bijû.
1. Monkey D. Luffy
Franchise: One Piece
Monkey D. Luffy is a pirate and the main protagonist of the One Piece manga and anime. Luffy is the son of the leader of the Revolutionary Army, Monkey D. Dragon, the grandson of the famous Navy hero, Monkey D. Garp, the adopted son of a mountain bandit, Curly Dadan as well as the adopted brother. of the late Portgas D. Ace and Sabo.
His actions, among others, resulted in a current bounty of Symbol 1,500,000,000. Having had a 300,000,000 Symbol bounty before arriving at the Sabaody Archipelago, Luffy was one of eleven renowned pirates known as “Eleven Supernovae”.
His new bounty acquired after the events of the Whole Cake Island Arc led the press to name him the “Fifth Emperor” of the seas.