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Top 10 Anime Characters Who Could Destroy The World

VO: Ashley Bowman WRITTEN BY: Alex Crilly McKean
Written by Alex Crilly-Mckean Blowing up a planet? Piece of cake. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we are counting down our picks for the top ten anime characters who could destroy the world. For this list, we’ll be looking at the heroes and villains who are so strong that if they wanted to they could (and in some cases have) destroyed the Earth. Prepare yourselves for a few cosmic booms and spoilers down the line!
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Top 10 Anime Characters Who Could Destroy The World

Blowing up a planet? Piece of cake. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we are counting down our picks for the top ten anime characters who could destroy the world.
For this list, we’ll be looking at the heroes and villains who are so strong that if they wanted to they could (and in some cases have) destroyed the Earth. Prepare yourselves for a few cosmic booms and spoilers down the line!

#10: Kami Tenchi

“Tenchi Muyo!” series (1995-2014)
A whole harem of hot alien girls as well as turning out to be the reincarnation of God? Now you’re just being greedy Tenchi. While not exactly the face that comes to mind when you think “planet buster” Tenchi nonetheless has such divine power inside him that on the few occasions he has ascended to his Kami form, he’s nearly taken all of space and time along with him. We’re sure he’d never purposefully wipe out all life in the known universe, but just in case - keep him happy ladies, we like living!

#9: Sailor Saturn

“Sailor Moon” series (1992-2016)
Since each of these ladies are named after a planet, you’d think blowing one up would be a little counter-productive, and yet Sailor Saturn is the living embodiment of destruction and rebirth. Willing to uphold her duty to the end, her powers have managed to wipe the floor with many of the Sailor Scouts’ most fearsome enemies, though tragically every time she goes nuclear she risks losing her own life in the process. Trust us, you don’t want her busting out that Death Ribbon Revolution anywhere near you.

#8: The Anti-Spiral

“Gurren Lagann” (2007)
Fear of the Spiral Power that lurks in the hearts of mankind gave rise to this creature, whose sole goal in life was the eradication of humanity for the greater good of the universe. This doesn’t stop him from being a colossal tit however, one with such godlike power that he can willingly transform his body until he topples worlds. Which he does. Forget about destroying one world, this insidious creature is so strong he uses entire galaxies as a means of attack. Luckily its nothing a good drilling can’t fix.

#7: Misogi Kumagawa

“Medaka Box” (2012)
Don’t be fooled by that oddly adorable face of his, this natural born loser could undo every aspect of the world piece by piece if he wanted. While he has been traditionally known to kill his foes by impaling them with giant screws, his deadliest ability is that of All Fiction, a power that lets him deny reality. What do we mean by this? Well, during a scuffle with deadly artist Ezumachi, Kumagawa casually removed various colours from existence until all that remained was black and white. Just imagine where he could go from there…

#6: Toneri Otsutsuki

“The Last: Naruto the Movie” (2014)
There are plenty of strong Naruto villains who could probably do in the planet if they really put their mind to it, but then again none of them tried to literally drop the moon on the world. With a desire to steal Hinata Hyuga for himself (for some reason) and wipe out all humanity in the process, this fella nearly succeeded in his mission by using the power of his own ocular ability, the Tenseigan, to send the moon hurtling from orbit and destroy everything beneath it. Unfortunately, all he managed to accomplish in the end was to make Naruto and Hinata a canon pairing.

#5: Boros

“One Punch Man” (2015)
Sure, Saitama might be one of if not the strongest beings in all of anime, but it’s fair to say in terms of actual intent for mass destruction, Boros has him beat. While he too eventually fell to the fists of the One Punch Man, Boros was certainly no push over. As he cycled through his various forms, he was able to sent Saitama flying into the moon with a single kick and let loose energy blasts that we’re sure would have carved through the Earth if not for our hero. No wonder he used to be revered as the deadliest being in the cosmos.

#4: Kusuo Saiki

“The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.” (2016-)
There are psychics, and then there’s Saiki. Imagine every kind of superpower you can and chances are Saiki has it at his disposal. Teleportation, telepathy, super strength, telekinesis, elemental control, hypnosis, invisibility, precognition, time manipulation and that’s even with him putting limits on himself. Take away his suppressor items that come in the form of shades and antenna, and with just a thought Saiki can alter the minds all of humanity.
Thank goodness he just wants a simple life filled with coffee jelly.

#3: Korosensei

“Assassination Classroom” (2015-16)
Normally when you see a mass of tentacles it means you’ve stepped into the wrong kind of anime, but in this case it’s the signature ligament of the world’s most unexpected teacher. After easily supposedly destroying part of the moon, the entity known as Korosensei vows to destroy the Earth…unless one of his students manages to stop him. Thus begins the crazy escapades of the single most deadly yet proficient tutor ever, one who isn’t only great at helping his pupils overcome personal endeavours…but also can fly around at Mach 20 and demolish everything in his path.

#2: Everyone Except Yamcha

“Dragon Ball Z” (1989-96)
Several characters in these series practically unwind by destroying worlds, so it was impossible to just limit it to one. Where to start? You have Beerus, a God of Destruction whose job is wipe out worlds in order to maintain the balance of the universe. Then there’s Frieza, who was pretty happy to blow up Planet Vegeta and Namek because he felt like it. And of course there’s everyone favourite Prince; Vegeta. Remember the time he blew up that bug planet back in his villainous days? Kid Buu, Cell, even Goku has it in him to annihilate everything. The exception is of course Yamcha. Loser.

#1: Haruhi Suzumiya

“Haruhi Suzumiya” series (2006-10)
With but a single thought, this happy-go-lucky high school student can alter all of reality or wipe out the universe. Yep, Haruhi is basically God, and its up to one cynical student and a bunch of supernatural beings to stop her from doing so. Defying comprehension with the extent of her abilities, Haruhi can create alternative realities, trap herself and everyone else in a time loop so the same day can repeat ten thousand times, and all just that’s when she’s feeling jolly! Heaven help us if she gets pissed.
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