Whether they're smart, assertive or adult, there's a lot to like about anime's short haired ladies. Charapedia brought up the subject in their latest 10,000 readers poll. 77 characters were suggested by a pool of respondents that was 59.9% male and 68.2 in their teens and 20's. See who was picked after the jump.
At this weekend's Machi Asobi anime/manga/game event, held in ufotable's hometown of Tokushima-city, the final results of anime magazine Newtype's 2014-2015 best-of-anime awards were announced. Fans selected their picks from anime released between October 2014 and September 2015. See what they picked after the jump.
Charapedia was back to the subject of anison for their latest 10,000 reader poll, asking fans what songs get them "ageage," excited and wanting to move! Responses came from a pool that was 52.5% male to 47.5% female, with an interesting split in picks between the genders. See what they selected after the jump.
Anime! Anime! ran a questionnaire, asking reader about what game they would like to see adapted into anime. From a pool of 1,400 responses, 70% of which were male, the Fate/ enthusiasm burned strong, putting its RPG at the #1 spot. Then, a #1 position among female voters put the Square Enix x Disney Kingdom Hearts at the #2 spot overall. #3 among females and #4 among males earned Danganronpa a bronze.
Charapedia brought up the subject of the tragic or otherwise lamentable ladies of anime in their latest 10,000 user poll, asking fans to name the most pathetic (as in pitiable) heroine of anime. It's was a close running from the unusually male dominated pool of voters (67.3%/32.6% gender ratio). See who they picked after the jump.
The current season of anime is starting to wrap up. More previews for the one ahead are starting to go online. So, it's time for otaku to stake out their expectations for the slate of new anime ahead. Charapedia has helped with the results of their 10,000 reader poll asking for fall's most anticipated anime. 55.1% of responses were from male fans, while 72.7% were from teens and twenty-somethings.
Between August 26 and 31, Anime!Anime! asked its readers to name up to three anime that they'd like see sequelized. After previously revealing the aggregate results, and the results from male voters, the site has now posted the picks from the women, who made up 80% of the poll of 13,752 responses. Check out their selection after the jump.
Charapedia more or less eschewed intellectual debate with their latest 10,000 reader poll, asking fans to name anime's most charming busty lady. Unsurprisingly, while the gender splits on most of their polls are close to 50-50, this got 67.4% of its responses from male readers. Also noteworthy, it skewed a bit older than other polls, with 31% of responses coming from readers in their 30s.
Charapedia fired up the emotions with their latest 10,000 user poll, asking fans to name the ladies of anime who are scariest when angered. 64 beauties who are truly frightening when they flip their lids were suggested by a pool of voters that was 49.3% male and 50.7% female and 72.8% in their teens and twenties.
Charapedia asked fans to think about what anime and manga endings surprised them, went against expectations or topped expectations in their latest 10,000 reader poll. 73 suggestions for most impactful ending were made by a polls of respondents that was 62.9% male and 70.4% in their teens and 20's. Check out the results after the jump.
Charapedia has posted the second half of their latest 10,000 reader poll, in which fans were asked to name the anime voice actor with the best singing voice. After the earlier female listing, the males engaged in a heated battle, with the bottom line proving to be... Uta no Prince-sama certainly has a popular cast! See who came out on top after the jump.
Noting the prevalence of multitalented actor/singers working in anime, in their latest 10,000 reader poll, Charapedia has fans to name the anime voice actor with the best singing voice. 53.7% of the responses were from female participants, with 72.1% coming from readers in their teens and 20's.
Tokyo-based mobile software company jig.jp today announced the result of its latest survey targeting male and female Japanese otaku who were the users of its free market app Otamart. The question was "Who is your ideal bride/bridegroomdo?" Check the result after the jump.
The absentees. The rage-aholics. The trouble makers. Manga and anime have no shortage of difficult dads, and leading into father's day, Japanese site Goo explored the subject with a survey in which a Research Plus asked a sample of 250 male and 250 female visitors to name the character that they'd hate to have as their father. See who they picked after the jump.
Nicely time for, but not explicitly linked to Father's Day, Charapedia thought it would be nice to consider family love, understanding and hobby sharing with a discussion of readers' favorite anime to foist on their parents. Responses to the 10,000 Reader Poll were from males 51.9% of the time, and 77.6% were from readers in their teens and 20's.