I do not know of a single person who did not like Susanoo. All I know is , he is the Teigu I wish I could have. Here is a quick character breakdown (^w^)
As the boss of the assassin organisation, Night Raid, she has proved herself to be quite sharp-minded and a skilled tactician. She is able to keep a level-head due to her nature as well as her previous experience on the battlefield.
Shoujo anime are aimed at young woman but are not exclusive to that demographic. The main focus of shoujo anime is character relationships and development. Thus making them entertaining for multiple audiences.
Jump Force, a game based on a selection of Shōnen Jump's anime. The game covers 15 anime titles and has 53 characters pulled from those titles. Of those characters, 10 are paid for as DLC's (downloadable content). Check out the below list to see which anime and characters were pulled into the game.
I am a huge fan of strong and independent female characters in stories. Some of the below female leads kick butt and others are still getting to the point where we can really see them shine.
I found Idol Dreams volume one by Arina Tanemura while on the hunt for manga in my local comic book store. The purple and white cover drew my attention and the synopsis made me curious. I was not in the mood for anything too serious or heavy and after a quick Google search, I saw that there were not too many volumes. So I decided to adopt the manga and bring it home. I finished it in the backseat on our drive home.