Part of the fun of watching anime and reading manga is to look out for gorgeous people (girls if you are a boys and bishonen if you are a girl). And nothing can make a girl go ‘wow’ more readily than bishonen sporting long hair
I’ve come up with some of my personal favourites – pretty boys that make a girl’s heart go ‘thump” when they appear on screen.
1) The four hunks from Colourcloud palace
All of them are eye-candies. Sometimes you wish that you are shurei, surrounded by Ryuki, Seiran, Koyu and Shuei…. Ah….
2) Hotohori (Fushigi Yuugi)
There are some similarities between characters of Fushigi Yuugi and Colourcloud palace. I thought at first look that they were done by the same mangaka…. Hmmm.. but out of some long-haired fellows in FY, Hotohori carries off the style better with his long, shiny, flowing hair!
3) Byakuya Kuchiki (Bleach)
Another man with black, shiny, flowing hair and dons a long robe. What more can I say…
4) Nyx & Hyuga (Neo Angelique Abyss)
Two gorgeous guys that are opposites of each other. I guess they appeal to different types of ladies. Some like the dark one while others prefer the white angelic look
5) Sephiroth (Final Fantasy)
Aside from the thrilling gameplay, Final Fantasy managed to put in drooling characters like Sephiroth and Cloud. The strategy did not fail to lure the female population into RPG.
6) Minamimo Syuuichi aka Kurama (Yu Yu Hakusho)
Who can forget the post he assumes when he’s about to “whip a rose”? Those soulful green eyes has never ceased to melt a friend of mine during our teenage years. I personally prefer the youko Kurama; I find Syuuichi too soft…
7) Sesshoumaru (Inuyasha)
The brother of the main character of this anime series seems more appealing than him. With his cool and never smiling countenance, Sesshoumaru has “slashed” the hearts of many girls, even when not using his tensaiga. Hehe…
8) Ayame (Fruits Basket)
Although his appearance is not frequent, Ayame left a deep impression in many girls’ mind. Is it that shiny, flowing silver mane? Or is it his serpent-like tendency?
Of course, my list is by no means exhaustive. If I have left out any of your favourites, please let me know