10 Anime Characters Who Love to Argue

10 Anime Characters Who Love to Argue

The variety of characters in the anime world comes in all shapes and sizes. While many of these characters are known for their positive traits, there are hardly any without some harmful traits in their personas, whether they are a hero or a villain.


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One such exciting frost trait that can be found in a myriad of characters is the need to argue or debate, which can be very common as most anime films focus on fighting and conflict. However, there is a difference between having to do it and doing it just for fun.

10/10 Hange Zoe is a genius who likes to maintain intelligent conversations

Attack on Titan

Hang Zoë from Attack on Titan.

Hange Zoe loves to argue, even if her central motive is not to annoy anyone. She’s just a genius who likes to maintain intelligent conversations to keep up with her scholarly work, and that includes some healthy debates here and there.

Although, to be fair, Hange has such a fun personality that her debates don’t even seem like debates. The way she tries her best to find out the hardest truths in the world Attack on Titan with such a temperament is remarkable, to say the least.

9/10 Katsuki Bakugo actively seeks out people to fight and argue with

My Hero Academia

Bakugo blames himself for All Might's retirement in My Hero Academia.

Katsuki Bakugo is always angry and actively seeks out people to fight and argue with. There is not a character left in the whole My Hero Academia who have been spared from his wrath – not even his own family members.

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While Bakugo seems annoyed most of the time, his smile when he puts someone in their place in the middle of an argument clearly shows that he enjoys it more than he lets on. The boy especially has a full smile when he annoys a villain with his spicy comments.

8/10 Rohan Kishibe is usually hard on most people

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable

Rohan Kishibe looks back in horror as the tripod Cheap Trick clings to his back and taunts him in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

Rohan Kishibe values ​​his craft as a manga artist and actively looks for inspiration as he tirelessly works for his readers. He is one of the most intelligent Stand users in all JoJo’s Bizarre Adventureif not more, and he himself is fully aware of it – that’s where his need to belittle and argue comes from.

Rohan is usually hard on most people and values ​​only those who fascinate him, holding his own judgments above all else. His sour tone can be seen in almost all of his appearances in the series.

7/10 Touma Akechi loves to confront people

The disastrous life of Saiki K.

Saiki K

Touma Akechi hardly ever stops talking and loves to engage in all kinds of banter, no matter who tries to banter with him. He is very shrewd and has a sharp mind with incredible deductive abilities, which makes him pry into other people’s lives more than anything else, which is where his need to confront people arises.

From all of Touma’s appearances in The disastrous life of Saiki K., it is incredibly clear that he is constantly pestering Saiki to find out his most cherished secret. And his need to confront him and argue with him with a smile on his face communicates his love for it all.

6/10 Ranpo Edogawa loves to show off his superior intellect

Bungo stray dogs

Bungo-Loose Dogs-Ranpo

Ranpo Edogawa is notorious for his indomitable detective skills in Bungo stray dogs, and these very skills are the reason behind his love of arguing. The boy argues mostly to show off his superior intellect, but there is a little more to it than just that.

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Ranpo actively looks for people to prove him wrong just to feel challenged, a feeling that can eventually snap him out of the utter boredom with everything around him. After all, when someone can deduce anything in seconds, including the smallest details, nothing can really amaze them.

5/10 Yumeko Jabami knows how to make people tick

Cake guru

Kakegurui's Yumeko Jabami.

Yumeko Jabami’s usual persona is really cheerful and hearty, as she doesn’t seem to engage in arguments or fights usually. But her switch is flipped when someone is unfair, in gambling and otherwise.

Yumeko knows how to make someone tick when she wants to, but she only uses that ability on people who really deserve it, which is evident throughout Cake guru. To add more, she also seems to enjoy it more than anything as it brings a rather wry smile to her face.

4/10 Inosuke Hashibira loves to aggravate people

Demon Slaughter

Inosuke raises his fist in Demon Slayer.

Inosuke Hashibira loves to aggravate people, especially if it looks like a difficult challenge to aggravate them, as it did with Tanjiro Kamado. His tactics include arguing for no reason at all, getting people’s names wrong, and demanding respect for him from nowhere.

Inosuke can be seen arguing about almost everything, including trivial things like choosing a bed and eating his share of the food. Strangers especially put him in the mood to joke. However, the way he does it is so funny that he is loved by everyone Demon Slaughter fan because of it.

3/10 Joseph Joestar loves to fail everyone

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Battle Tendency

Joseph Jostar from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

While Joseph Joestar didn’t change much during the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, his younger years still serve as the best memories of him for most fans. And one of the best things about him in those years was his relentless need to tease and argue with friends and foes alike.

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No one in the entire series can compete with Joseph’s love of debating for no reason. His I-bet-you-will-say-this-next punchline alone is enough to put him pretty high in the field, if not right at the top. To add more, his first encounter with Caesar Zeppeli and every fight he’s ever been in proves his love for brawling very easily.

2/10 Satoru Gojo loves to annoy everyone

Jujutsu Kaisen

Gojo seems happy bullying Yoshinobu.

It is clear during Jujutsu Kaisen that Satoru Gojo loves to annoy everyone and his general tactics include arguing as well. While he doesn’t really hit a nerve in that department when it comes to his students, most people around him don’t get to experience that special treatment.

Gojo can be seen fooling around with many people in the series, but Utahime Iori, Jogo, and Principal Gakuganji definitely seem to be his favorites for the task. However, his argumentative style is exceptionally adorable and inconsequential, so it all seems to be in good fun.

1/10 Reigen Arataka loves to argue more than anything else

Reigen convinces the Mob in Mob Psycho 100.

Arguably, Reigen Arataka loves to argue more than anyone in anime. Not only that, he also aims to win with the best yet most bizarre strategies ever known, which is what makes him the funniest and most entertaining character in the whole Mob Psycho 100.

Reigen’s love of arguing is evident in almost every episode of the series. However, the episode where he saves Mob when two con artists try to frame him for breaking a fake expensive pot is a fan favorite.

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