Anime is one of the fastest growing category in the world of entertainment. In fact some people do like anime more than real movies because it takes in lot of fantasy and excitement which makes it very relaxing for people to watch.
An anime character is just a character drawn in the genre of animation that is Japanese animation. You cannot become an anime character unless a Japanese animation studio makes an anime about you. Even many popular light novels have become animes due to their uniqueness.
It's no surprise that there are so many competitors when it comes to animes production.
All that asides, let's talk about celebrities who resemble animes characters.
1. Daesung and Brock (Pokemon)
3. Sylvester Stallone and Kenshiro (Hokuto no Ken)
4. Jackie Chan and Might Guy (Naruto)
5. David Bowie and Jiraiya (Naruto)
6. This old guy and Master Roshi (Dragon Ball)
7. This guy and Mr. Satan / Hercule (Dragon Ball Z)
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