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Top 10 Deadliest Little Boys In Anime

VO: Ashley Bowman WRITTEN BY: Alex Crilly McKean
No amount of therapy is going to fix these kids. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we are counting down our picks for the Top 10 Deadliest Little Boys In Anime. For this list, we’ll be looking at the most lethal youngsters to ever kill their way onto the anime scene. Please keep in mind that we’ll also be including those that have the appearance of young boys, but who in reality are much older. Prepare for mature content and light spoilers ahead!
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Top 10 Deadliest Little Boys In Anime

No amount of therapy is going to fix these kids. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we are counting down our picks for the Top 10 Deadliest Little Boys In Anime.

For this list, we’ll be looking at the most lethal youngsters to ever kill their way onto the anime scene. Please keep in mind that we’ll also be including those that have the appearance of young boys, but who in reality are much older. Prepare for mature content and light spoilers ahead!

#10: Reisuke Houjou

“Future Diary” (2011-12)

While no one will ever be able to knock Yuno off her throne, if there was one survival game contestant that could have given Queen Crazy a run for her money, it would be this little bastard. Despite being only five years of age, Resuke incredible intellect combined with the predictions of his diary allowed him to set up professional and intrinsic kill-zones with ease. Throw in a scarily deep understanding of chemistry, and he’ll whip up your poison of choice before you know it.

#9: Mori Ranmaru

“Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings” (2009)

When you’re part of Oda Nobunaga’s inner circle, you’re bound to have some skills. For this little guy, it’s all about that bow and arrow. While he was ultimately taken out by Masamune and his six sword swagger, Mori still showed himself to be a talented archer, capable of peppering battlefields with arrows in an instant while still retaining that childhood wonderment. Always yearning to earn the praise of the Demon King, you’d best be on your guard when Mori has you in his sights.

#8: Taro Makimura

“Devilman Crybaby” (2018)

Yeeeeah…the Makimura family got screwed over pretty hard in this show, no one more so than its youngest member. After humanity starts tearing itself apart due to the presence of demons being revealed, Taro finds himself catching a deadly case of demonic possession. Despite his mother’s best efforts to save her son from being hunted down by the paranoid masses, Taro still ends up completing his transformation, all before he ends up devouring mommy dearest, now nothing more than a slave to his unholy appetite. Sheesh, tough break kid.

#7: Desil Galette

“Mobile Suit Gundam AGE” (2011-12)

While these days we only ever see kids wielding Mobile Suits in harmless Gunpla Battles, Desil is an OG pilot. One with a lot of talent and no regard for anyone but himself. With that lethal combination in mind, this X-Rounder proved himself to be quite the foe for Flit to face off against and didn’t even bat an eye when he killed off his precious waifu. Desil is definitive proof as to why parents should not let their kids drive giant robots.

#6: Noah

“Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters” (2000-04)

Jealousy gets the best of all from time to time. Unfortunately for this duelist, he’s had years for his envy to stew due to being trapped in a virtual world, constantly reminded of how his step-brother Kaiba ended up usurping their father, and subsequently stealing everything he could have wanted in a normal life. Naturally, Noah ropes the cast into one hell of a filler arc as he imprisons them in his virtual hell, forcing them to face-off against former Kaiba-Corp employees, forfeiting their real-world bodies should they lose. VR has gone too far!

#5: Kousuke Kira

“Btooom!” (2012)

On the one hand, this kid was already a psychopath before he ended up getting roped into the Call of Duty version of Fantasy Island. He’s brutally murdered and violated woman, not to mention shown to have a nasty tendency for frog homicide. Then again, he was abused in the worst ways imaginable by his own father. As you can guess, getting to complete on an island where the only way to win is to make people explode was nothing short of a paradise for Kousuke.

#4: Mare

“Overlord” (2015-)

Don’t let your eyes fool you, Mare isn’t your average cross-dressing dark elf. As one of Ains Ooal Gown’s loyal guardians, Mare’s shy demeanour and cute mannerisms do nothing to shirk his incredible power. Able to crack the earth with a tap of his staff, or completely flood an area with foliage, Mare’s magical talents are not to be underestimated. He may not look as intimidating as some of the rest of Nazerick’s resident monsters, but trust us, if Lord Ains demands it, this dark elf will become your worst nightmare.

#3: Wen

“Cowboy Bebop” (1998-99)

Taking every advantage of his young appearance, this harmonica prodigy is closer to sixty than he his six. Due to the fallout of the Astral Gate explosion, Wen’s body stopped aging. In order to avoid a life of experimentation and subjugation, Wen turned towards the criminal life, wherein he would kidnap and force other adults to pose as family members in order to keep his true identity on the downlow. Of course, leave it to our favourite space cowboy to come in and mess up the whole operation, leading to a very violent form of early teenage rebellion on Wen’s part.

#2: Mannish Boy

“JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders” (2014-15)

Cunning, cruel and armed with a Stand that can slay victims inside their own dreams, this unnamed servant of Dio pulled out all the stops when it came to trying to kill Jotaro and company. Using his infant appearance to stay under the radar along with the terrifying power of Death Thirteen to carry out the attacks, the Mannish Boy’s plan was almost perfect…all for the part where he underestimated Kakyoin’s intellect and resourcefulness. While he didn’t meet the same end as the rest of the other enemy Stand users, in some ways, he suffered a far worse fate…

#1: Selim Bradley

“Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood” (2009-10)

It’s always the polite ones with the most to hide. In this instance, the seemingly angelic son of the Fuhrer is actually Pride; the first and arguably most powerful of all the Homunculi. Able to conjure up an army of shadows and manifest them into bladed weapons, Selim can easily cut his way through most alchemists will little effort. In fact, he’s so ruthless that he even devoured fellow Homunculus Gluttony without even batting an eyelid. If you’re not afraid of the dark already, then Selim will certainly give you a reason to.
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