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Another Top 10 Sexy Anime Men

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Script written by Alex Crilly-Mckean One list just wasn’t enough to contain all the hotties of the anime world! Join MsMojo as we count down our picks for Another Top 10 Sexy Anime Men. For this list we’ll be picking yet another set of cute anime boys that dazzle, delight and cause blushes every time they appear on-screen. While we’re all for the quirky cuties, characters like L from Death Note just miss the mark in terms of being sexy. Also, for the sake of safety, spoiler alert is now in effect. Special thanks to our users AXHP, Cindy67917, and Kaylee Cassidy for submitting the idea on our interactive Suggest Tool on http://www.msmojo.tv
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Another Top 10 Sexy Anime Men


One list just wasn’t enough to contain all the hotties of the anime world! Welcome to MsMojo and today we are counting our picks for another top ten sexy anime men.

For this list we’ll be picking yet another set of cute anime boys that dazzle, delight and cause blushes every time they appear on-screen. While we’re all for the quirky cuties, characters like L from Death Note just miss the mark in terms of being sexy. Also, for the sake of safety, spoiler alert is now in effect.

#10: Roronoa Zoro
“One Piece” (1999-)


You want manly? Look no further than the guy who’s aiming to becoming the world’s greatest swordsman. After making a promise to a fallen friend, Zoro has pushed himself beyond the limit of the average swordfighter. He is everything you could need in a first mate - he’s loyal, all-powerful, and is can seriously hold his liquor. He may be a little blunt and have absolutely no sense of direction, but when you have a guy who’s willing to sacrifice his own dream for the sake of the people he cares about, well that’s a keeper in our books.

#9: Ren Jinguji
“Uta no Prince-sama” (2011-15)


He may not be one of the main romantic interests to sweep the heroine off her feet, but by god did he manage to leave the rest of us hot under the collar. Naturally flirty but hardly superficial, Ren follows the same dream as his classmates of eventually becoming a musician. Inspired by his late mother, who also happened to be a pop star, he’s a natural on the saxophone, showing us that while he may get overly jealous that every other guys has a better chance with Haruka than him, nothing with deter him for his true love of music. To be honest we think she missed out - we’d happily listen to his sweet music any day!

#8: Tooru Oikawa
“Haikyuu!!” (2014-)


You bet there would be a few wild cards from the sports anime genre making an appearance on this list! This one is none other than the Grand King of Volleyball. A rival player and former superior to secondary protagonist Kageyama, Oikawa is a powerhouse on the court. Adored not only by his fans but also by the press, Oikawa is seen as a prodigy by the Volleyball community, constantly being interviewed – much to the chagrin of our heroes. While getting close may be an issue due to his dedication to the sport, there’s nothing wrong with looking from afar, and what a view it is!

#7: Jotaro Kujo
“Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure” Franchise (2012-)


Has there ever been a sexier family than the Joestars? Each generation just seems to radiate hotness! The grandson of Joseph Joestar, Jotaro is your typical stern protagonist who’s definitely not afraid of beating the crap out of people who try to hurt him or his pals. Aside from one hell of a wardrobe, Jotaro is the quintessential bad boy. He’s the man who finally put an end to the threat of Dio Brando in the most many of battles. If you can put up with all the grumpy attitude and “Ora Ora Ora”s, who knows, maybe you have some potential husbando material on your hands.

#6: Genos
“One Punch Man” (2015)


Can a cyborg blush? We’re not sure, but he certainly managed to enrapture us. The ever-loyal sidekick to the One Punch Man’s, Saitama, Genos is everything you could ever want in a partner. Forever loyal, courteous, complimentary and considered an S-Class Hero in his own right, we can forgive the lack of natural body on him, for his gentlemanly conduct. Even though he does tend to get ripped apart by the stronger villains, he’s got enough firepower and hero’s ideology to make sure you’d always be protected. What more could you ask for in a man…er, robot.

#5: Koujaku
“DRAMAtical Murder” (2014)


He’s the sexy son of a Yakuza boss, is adjourned in more tattoos than you can count, and has a painfully dark past. All the makings of an anime hottie! Koujaku, like many of the residents on Midorijima, gets roped into the virtual world of Rhyme and all the dangers that come with it. To be honest, we’re far more invested in the fact that he’s probably the only guy who can make hairdressing badass. He may be rough around the edges, but he’s got a loving soul underneath. We wouldn’t take those womaniser rumours to heart either, he’s so in love with Aoba it’s almost painfully obvious.

#4: Lelouch vi Britannia
“Code Geass: Lelouche of the Rebellion” (2006-08)


Heir to the ruling empire of Britannia, Lelouch is a man who has become disgusted with the actions of his family and country, and so assumes the identity of the masked vigilante Zero in order to battle for the freedom of all Japan. At least that’s how it starts. Through the power of the Geass and his growing rebellion, he becomes more of an anti-hero as the series progresses, and certainly blurs the line between a gallant hero and sympathetic villain. But don’t worry Lelouch, you won’t have to use your Geass powers to get our loyalty.

#3: Haruka Nanase
“Free!” franchise (2013-14)


As part of what is often considered the one of the steamiest ensembles in anime, Haruka lives to swim. That’s not an exaggeration either. This boy loves water so much he will swim anytime and anywhere. Though since that always involves a sudden disrobing we are not complaining. Strong but quiet, Haruka lets his techniques speak for him. He values the close bonds he has with his friends, not to mention the pretty heavily implied chemistry with his rival Rin. Still, if there were anyone who could convince us to take a dip in the pool, it would be this beautiful swimming prodigy.

#2: Itachi Uchiha
“Naruto” franchise (2002-)



Originally thought to be nothing more than a traitor who had killed his own family and joined the ominous Akatsuki, Itachi turned out to be one of the series’ most tortured heroes. Like one of his signature illusions, the layers of his deception ensured that he would be scapegoated as a villain, all to ensure that the legacy of his family wouldn’t be besmirched, despite the fact they were planning a coup d’etat. Considering that he had a moderate amount of sex appeal when he was a bad boy, the crushing revelation about his true colours was so emotional that we fell in love with him for totally different reasons.

Before we reveal our number one pick, here are a few honourable mentions.

Daiki Aomine
“Kuroko No Basket” (2012-15)

Roy Mustang
“Fullmetal Alchemist” series (2003-10)

Senri Shiki
“Vampire Knight” (2008)

Izaya Orihara
“Durarara!!” (2010-11)

Gray Fullbuster
“Fairy Tail” (2009-)

Sesshomaru
“Inuyahsa” (2000-10)


#1: Tuxedo Mask
“Sailor Moon” (1992-97)


While behind the mask he was nothing more than the brash Mamoru, or Darien in the west, when he put on that top hat and cloak, he became the dazzling prince charming that took the hearts of many back in the 90s. With the combination of vigilante and magician, this ally of Sailor Moon stole the show whenever he made an appearance. Aside from being able to kick a whole lot of ass, the immortal romance he shared with Serena was wholly investing. Even if you think his whole look is cheesy, you can’t deny this guy was a trendsetter for bringing sexy back in anime.

Do you agree with our list? Which anime guy do you think is the sexiest? With new top tens published every day, be sure to subscribe to MsMojo!
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