Harem main characters – ranked from best to worst

Harem anime has made its recognizable impact in the anime world and is now making its way through the ranks of anime you may want to check out. This time we look at individual characters from their show, making them Harem main characters. We’ll be taking a look at their best to worst rankings so we can see how these guys do.

It’s a good thing we have a lot of anime to watch where we can see these guys. Most importantly, most of the anime revolved around this genre, as we’ve seen with anime like How Not to Summon a Demon Lord and even The Rising of The Shield Hero. While these are on the softer end of the spectrum, they do offer something good to look at.

There are a lot of shows we could refer to, but since we’re going to list them anyway, we might as well discuss them later in the post. In addition, we will take half the subject because we will also look at the bad side of these guys. So this time it’s not just about the good guys, but also the ones who are miserable and didn’t do as well as the protagonist.

When it comes to anime, we all know that the main character has to make it and show up as a good guy no matter what. All in all, it wouldn’t be a good story if the main character messes up or keeps doing things wrong in a world that revolves around him. This is one of the reasons guys like Subaru have the power to do things over and over again so that they do them right despite being so miserable.

Tohru Honda: Fruit basket

Interestingly, Tohru is involved in what appears to be an upside-down harem. Usually you find out that the character involved in a harem is a man. But every now and then we have characters like Tohru who have to handle their roles pretty well.

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Tohru Honda Fruit Basket

In the Fruits Basket series, Tohru meets the Sohma family who are said to have the Zodiac curse, including the mysterious family head, Akito Sohma, and befriends them. He is determined to break the family curse that has plagued them for a while. But later she ended up wanting to free Kyo from most of them and eventually married him, and they had three children along with the eldest son, Hajime, who acted as the main character in a sequel.

Shidou Itsuka: Date a Live

Shidou had no interest in the opposite sex at all from the start. And it was only when his sister forced him that he was forced and had to deal with women constantly, something he was not used to before.

Shidou Itsuka Date a Live
Shidou Itsuka Date a Live

Kotori even described the other part of Shido as interesting, and it is the result of being abandoned by his birth mother. This had made him very sensitive to the desperation of other people, but ultimately it is his emphatic nature that makes him considered the best person to deal with the ghosts.

Arata Kusuga: Trinity Seven

As one of the carefree and cheerful protagonists in the harem, Arata usually teases and teases her even when he is in dangerous situations. His perverted side is one not to be missed, and he is very open to it, and he would just deal with such situations and let himself enjoy the moment without getting aroused by it.

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Arata Kusuga Trinity Seven

An interesting side to him is the one where he sees relationships in a mature way, as we saw when he refused a kiss from Yui because he believed it was something they should do once they got closer. We also saw from an OVA that he wouldn’t abuse girls who seem vulnerable to physical needs because he has some respect for women.

Koyomi Aragi: Monogatari Series

Interestingly enough, that would remind you of the events of the Tokyo Ghoul premiere. Koyomi survived a vampire attack that took place during his spring break, and he then bared his human life back. He has since bonded with Shinobu Oshino, the vampire who once attacked him, and he continues to give her his blood.

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Koyomi Aragi Monogatari Series

Because of this, they developed a dependent relationship with Koyomin while maintaining other vampire traits such as regeneration. He appears as a laid-back character, and during his spring break where he met Tsubasa, he appeared to be antisocial because he thought having friends would diminish his integrity as a human being.

Issei Hyoudou: High School DxD

High school DxD looks at things from a different perspective, with the main characters usually based on pieces from a chess game. Issei is one of Rias’ pawns and was later promoted to a first-class devil and became the king of his own peerage. So this brings him one step closer to fulfilling his dream of owning a harem and becoming the harem king.

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Issei Hyoudou High School DxD

Being one of the intelligent but good characters, he was immediately labeled as a pervert among the forces of Kuoh academy, and this earned him fame and he was one of the members of the perverted trio of Kuoh’s academy. Despite all this, he is brave and selfless and willing to protect those who are important to him. Even though he nearly died at the hands of his enemies, he is still very kind and caring enough to stick his nose into other people’s business to help them.

On the other side of the coin, we have guys who are the worst at being the protagonists of the Harem. They try what they can, but in the end they turn out to be the worst. The list is as follows.

Makoto Itou: school days

Makoto’s life got more complicated when his roommate Saionji helped him with his romantic life and introduced him to Katsura. In general, he came across as a gentle and nice boy and got along with girls without much difficulty. But he is somewhat of a loner who is not so outgoing and can be described as troublesome and depressed.

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Makoto Itou School Days

Kurusu Kimihito: Monster Museum

Kurusu has an interesting background as a volunteer for the cultural exchange between species accounts. He was assigned to host a Lamia named Mia, and he would take care of her. Mia would then fall in love with him after they spent some time together. Later, he was assigned a harpy named Papi and was also chosen by a Centaur named Centorea.

Kurusu Kimihito Monster Museum
Kurusu Kimihito Monster Museum

Both Papi and Centorea also proclaimed their love for him, which added to his harem, and he would also go on and have two more girls who grew his harem. Yet this would not stop, and he would soon see Arachnea and Lala, who also moved in with him, completing his harem.

Kazuma Satou: Konosuba

Kazuma was a college student from Japan who used to skip school and laze around at home playing video games. When he died in an accident, he was reincarnated in the fantasy world to defeat the demon king alongside the goddess of water, Aqua. Throughout the series, his personality becomes sarcastic and blunt. He also becomes more pessimistic about his new life when he discovers the harsh realities of an adventurer, the way he used to do low-paid but life-threatening work.

Konosuba
Kazuma Satou: Konosuba

Fuutarou Uesugi: the typical quintuplets

Appears as a serious and hardworking high school student and a child prodigy at the top of his class. Futuro accepted the offer to tutor the Nakano quintuplets because of his family’s perpetual poverty. At some point in the series, he would then marry one of the quintuplets, but with a mysterious identity, as the quintuplets are all identical except for the reader.

Fuutarou Uesugi The typical quintuplets
Fuutarou Uesugi The typical quintuplets

Tsukune Aono: Rosario + Vampire

When Tsukune joined the school’s newspaper club, he would later befriend several monster girls such as Kurono, Sendo, and Tojo, all of whom would later fall in love with him and end up forming an unwanted harem. He also made friends with several male monsters, and they supported his belief that monsters and humans can live together and are more than just enemies.

Tsukune Aono Rosario + Vampire
Tsukune Aono Rosario + Vampire

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One Punch Man Manga Read Online: One-Punch Man is a Japanese superhero series created by the creator ONE. It is a story about Saitama, a super-hero who is able to take on anyone with just one punch, but is looking for an appropriate opponent after becoming frustrated by the lack of competition due to his incredible ability. ONE developed the original webcomic version at the beginning of 2009.

A digital manga remake began publication on Shueisha's Tonari no Young Jump website in June 2012. The manga's illustration is by Yusuke Murata. Its chapters are regularly collected and released as each tankobon book. At the time of writing, January 2021 23 volumes were published. For North America, Viz Media license the manga remake to be released in English version and has serialized in their Weekly Shonen Jump digital magazine.

A manga-anime adaption of the manga produced by Madhouse it was shown throughout Japan from October until December 2015. The second season, created by J.C.Staff and J.C.Staff, began airing from April until July 2019. This anime show is licensed to North America by Viz Media and premiered on the United States on Adult Swim's Toonami block of programming in July, 2016. The second season debuted in October of 2019.

In June 2012, the original webcomic was able to surpass 7.9 millions hits. By April 2020 the manga's remake had sold more than thirty million copies.

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