Anime scientist add craziness and lots of knowledge to the anime series they are like a book of unlimited knowledge to explore.
Someone who peers deep into the secrets of each and everything to find the answer of every Why in the universe and then how to use this knowledge to help people or for their own benefits.
And guys let me tell you some of them can overstep any moral boundaries to conduct any experiments and test but how about anime ?
Yes guys anime scientists are no different from real life scientist so lets check out the greatest, craziest and coolest anime scientists.
Whether it’s a mad doctor or a kind researcher, we have them all So without wasting any more time lets start the list of our top 16 crazy anime scientist characters.
- 16. Kurisu Makise From Steins;Gate
- 15. Lloyd Asplund From Code Geass
- 14. Akagi Ritsuko From Neon Genesis Evangelion
- 13. Caesar Clown From One Piece
- 12. Shou Tucker From Fullmetal Alchemist
- 11. Harumi Kiyama From A Certain Scientific Railgun
- 10. Dr. Genus From One Punch Man
- 9. Orochimaru From Naruto
- 8. Gates From Full Metal Panic
- 7. Franken Stein From Soul Eater
- 6. Professor Oak From Pokémon
- 5. Hange Zoe From Attack on Titan!
- 4. Shinra Kishitani From Durarara!!
- 3. Rintaro Okabe From Steins;Gate
- 2. Senku From Dr. Stone
- 1. Kisuke Urahara From Bleach
16. Kurisu Makise From Steins;Gate
Kurisu is generally a sensible, serious mature young anime scientist, usually calm and collected even when someone is acting tense in front of her. However, she can also show a much more timid side at times.
She is shown frequently to hate being nicknamed, as she dislikes all of the names that Okabe gives her, with ‘The Zombie‘ bugging her most of all. Ironically, on the rare occasions Okabe uses her real name, she takes it as a sign that something is seriously wrong.
Kurisu is also practical and a realist, almost to a fault; initially, she believes firmly that time machines are fiction and refuses to believe the Phonewave is one even after seeing it in action, claiming that Okabe had simply seen what he wanted to see.
15. Lloyd Asplund From Code Geass
Lloyd is a self-proclaimed sociopath and an anime scientist. Although he expresses no interest in love, he dedicates himself to science which seems to be the only thing he has a “heart” for.
While he prefers to see humans as parts of a machine rather than actual people, interchangeable and replaceable it has been shown that Lloyd has more heart than he claims and does indeed care about those closest to him.
Whenever talking about anything else, he comes off as uncaring and sometimes rude, even though this is unintentional.
14. Akagi Ritsuko From Neon Genesis Evangelion
Ritsuko is extremely intelligent, with a strong dedication to her work as an anime scientist and a stoic, detached attitude which is frequently contrasted against Misato Katsuragi’s hotheadedness, especially during Eva combat.
Her occasional jibes at Misato are a source of comic relief in the series. She has a great affinity for cats, and Misato chides her at one point for substituting her cats for human affection.
She also is a heavy smoker, as evidenced by an ashtray on her desk filled with cigarette butts stained by her lipstick.
13. Caesar Clown From One Piece
Caesar has no care for other people’s life. As a mad anime scientist, Caesar has no empathy when it came to putting people’s lives in danger with his experiments such as his experiments on the children of Punk Hazard.
Caesar also has a bias against the Minks and views them as those who have hatred against humans. Unlike the Straw Hats he was okay with the Minks dying from his chemical weapons that Jack used against them and was fascinated by how potent the weapon was.
Caesar’s lack of care for children is shown greatly when he threatened to kill Capone Bege’s baby son if Bege does not give his heart back after the Big Mom assassination plan.
Caesar shown his lack of care for his fellow anime scientists and his associations even though it was from the past such as Vinsmoke Judge as he disapproved his attitude to be unbearable.
12. Shou Tucker From Fullmetal Alchemist
Shou initially comes off as a soft-spoken man as an anime scientist, often preferring to keep to himself rather than socialize. When having guests, he does put on a polite persona and appears to be quite gentle, friendly, and kind.
However, as his daughter Nina had begun to notice, he was more often engrossed with his work than his family. In reality, Shou suffered from a lack of confidence due to his research not producing any viable results and was a very desperate, selfish, and manipulative man devoid of any sort of conscience.
In order to get his qualification as a State Alchemist, he was willing to sacrifice his wife and later his own daughter in order to maintain it from fear of returning to a life of poverty and regret.
After his atrocities were unveiled, Shou showed a notable lack of remorse for his actions and instead claimed it was merely the advancement of science, focused solely on remaining a State Alchemist.
11. Harumi Kiyama From A Certain Scientific Railgun
Harumi acts too logically and lacks common sense as an anime scientist, which is demonstrated when she stripped in front of others without thinking about it, a result of her years being a researcher.
In Toaru Kagaku no Railgun, she is revealed to be the source of one of three urban legends popularized by different Web forums within Academy City, the urban legend of the “Stripping Woman”. She is shown to have low self-esteem about her body, justifying stripping in public by saying that no man would care about seeing her body.
Originally, having difficulty with children, her experiences after becoming a teacher to Child Errors. Although she is kind and considerate in people in general, she is fiercely loyal to her students, willing to make Academy City her enemy, make use of weak espers, as well as willingly cause destructive Poltergeist phenomena for their sake.
10. Dr. Genus From One Punch Man
Genus was a very intelligent anime scientist who often felt alienated from the rest of humanity, as his intelligence made him feel superior to everyone.
He dreamed of changing the world upon his vision of perfection, a world where he could live among equals to himself. He eventually became a brilliant and renowned scientist and received various prizes for his contributions to science.
However, he never received any support for his theories regarding evolution. Full of grief, Dr. Genus secluded himself to continue his experiments alone. After many years, Dr. Genus finally learned the secret of genetic manipulation.
9. Orochimaru From Naruto
Orochimaru possesses a complex personality for an anime scientist; however, more often than not, he was described as “twisted” by a large number of people, including Tsunade.
Jiraiya speculated that the death of his parents while he was young, along with his horror for Tsunade losing Nawaki and later shedding tears when she lost Dan, implies that Orochimaru grew to disdain the fragility of human life and how it affected those still living, which led him to desire immortality.
To that end, the primary purpose of Orochimaru’s human experimentation is to test what modifications the human body can endure and harness a subject’s unique abilities for himself.
8. Gates From Full Metal Panic
Gates kills through a variety of methods including shooting an Amalgam commando in the head when he back talked and crushing Xia Yu Fan’s Shadow Arms Slave with extreme ferocity.
He is also shown to be highly abusive of his subordinates like some of the crazy anime scientist with him kicking his second in command off a helicopter and nearly drowning him in a pool.
Despite such brutality, Gates showed his intelligence by being able to deduce accurately the tactics that Mithril’s Special Response Team utilized in their intervention of the Balic civil war.
One light side about Gates is that he is protective about himself, especially about being bald since the front of his head shows no hair present.
7. Franken Stein From Soul Eater
Being a man of science, Dr. Stein sees everything in the world, including himself, as an experiment. From childhood, he often wanted to dissect the people around him only to be stopped by Spirit.
This personality trait made all those around him afraid of him. This strange hobby of wanting to dissect anything he thinks is interesting was still present, even when Stein became an adult.
Once, as part of a lesson, he tried to have his class dissect an endangered animal, claiming that it would be bad if he did not find out anything from it before it became extinct. The stitching across his face suggests that he had worked on himself at one point.
6. Professor Oak From Pokémon
Professor Oak lives up the road from Delia Ketchum and her son, and he and Delia often appear together as they are good friends and yes he is an anime scientist. His known relatives are his grandson Gary, his cousin Samson and his great grandfather grand Oak.
His often-forgetful attitude and other antics are also notorious. He also has a hobby of composing senryū, haiku-like poems about Pokémon or Pokémon-related themes.
5. Hange Zoe From Attack on Titan!
To most people, Hange appears to be an energetic, freethinking researcher with a very unique way of conducting herself and her work through her rather observant and objective anime scientist.
She explained that she first had a very resentful heart and insecure character when she joined the Survey Corps, but when she kicked the head of a 3 meter Titan she was shocked and amazed at how abnormally light it was.
This drove her to forget most of her resentment and insecurity, as well as taking an outside the box approach to Titan research and showcased her wild actions.
4. Shinra Kishitani From Durarara!!
Shinra is considered odd and eccentric by many other characters, including his father and close friends. Because of this, his only friends in high school were Izaya Orihara and Shizuo Heiwajima, who were also considered weird and avoided by most of their classmates. Unlike Izaya.
However, Shinra claims to have no love for humanity. He shows an obsession with the supernatural, particularly Celty’s body and Shizuo’s strength, and he loves to attempt to understand and explain them.
He is shown to be a determined person, whether in winning over Celty or dissecting Shizuo, and he frequently switches among the Japanese first-person pronouns, believing that the pronouns a person uses for himself should change depending on with whom he is talking.
3. Rintaro Okabe From Steins;Gate
Okabe is a melodramatic, eccentric and rarely tsundere individual. He is a self-proclaimed mad anime scientist, who likes to assume the nickname “Kyouma Hououin”, and often uses this to introduce himself to others.
For the most part, people do not seem to care and instead address him by his actual name or by ‘Okarin’ (his nickname), much to his chagrin. This makes him slightly hypocritical.
Due to the fact that there is essentially no-one he calls by their real names, and he in particular calls Kurisu a number of names that irritate her to varying degrees.
2. Senku From Dr. Stone
Senku is a straight-forward, confident and highly logical individual who can come off as arrogant like every other anime scientist. Even so, his borderline-overconfidence does not cloud his judgment, as he is often backed up by his superior and vast knowledge of science.
Senku never belittles those who are less knowledgeable than him. Rather, he encourages and inspires everyone around him to do better. Because of his charisma and caring nature, people tend to gather around him, both allies and supporters alike.
However, he can act over-the-top at times when he is excited over a creation or at the discovery of something new. Despite his usual appearance brimming with confidence and determination, Senku is not above berating himself, such as when Kohaku noticed the North Star being slightly off its location while he didn’t assume so from the amount of time that has passed being petrified.
1. Kisuke Urahara From Bleach
Though usually a laid-back, optimistic, jovial, pleasant and eccentric anime scientist, Urahara shows a deceptively cunning and serious side when the situation warrants it. He commonly uses idle conversation and outward concern to distract his opponents.
Despite his care-free attitude, he always speaks politely, but is sometimes sarcastic. Yoruichi Shihōin notes he tends to go over the top with whatever he becomes passionate about. He has described himself as a “mere honest, handsome, perverted businessman.“
Approximately 110 years ago, Urahara’s personality was slightly opposite of what it is in the present. During his earlier years as a captain, he was viewed as a nervous, flustered, and quiet person.
Somewhat unsure of himself, he lacked confidence in his ability to be a good leader. In addition, he was occasionally confused with how to deal with his division.