Top 10 Anime with Masked Main Characters

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Masks play a big role in many manhwa series. Here are the coolest anime with masked main characters. We have seen that masks are very popular in fan culture, so it’s only natural that many Japanese manga and anime characters wear masks.

The mask can add a level of mystery to a character, and hint at some greater meaning or secret identity.

Let’s take a look at some of the best anime series with mask wearing characters that we’ve grown to love.

10. Darker Than Black 

If you want some manhwa where MCU’s wear mask then this is it. You’re missing out on some really intense action sequences if you haven’t even read or watched this one.

A giant wall looms over Tokyo, shielding the city from a dangerous overworld or otherworld called the Hell’s Gate.

Within the city, things are no less terrifying because contractors, psychopathic killers with phenomenal powers have started to appear.

These killers are compelled to pay a price every time they use their powers, often in the form of meaningless or painful tasks.

As their deadly habits rack up the gruesome death toll, Kiriraha Misaki and her team from foreign affairs, public security struggle to solve the cases and bring the contractors under control.

Their task is further co-founded, of course, by the interference of a masked individual they called Messier Code, BK201, a man with abilities that allow him to fight and defeat the contractors.

9. Plunderer 

Another manga where the MCU uses masks to hide his identity from the world,  Alicia, where rank is determined by count a young girl named Hina, scours the land for the fabled ace, the legendary hero of the Waste War, with the only last words of her missing mother to guide her search.

She wanders from town to town until she meets Lich, a clownish masked vigilante or vagrant with a count of 999.

This story adds a unique twist to the concept of anime with masked main characters.

8. Tokyo Ghoul 

Shy Ken Kenneke is thrilled to go on a date with a beautiful Riz, and it turns out that she’s only interested in his body, eating it, that is.

When a morally questionable rescue transforms him into a first human-half-ghoul or half-human hybrid, Ken is drawn into the dark and violent world of ghouls, which exist alongside our own.

I really enjoy Tokyo Ghoul, the manga, of course, although it took me a while to get used to the art style.

I wouldn’t say it’s bad, it’s just unusual, it’s different, you know?

7. Code Geass

Lelouch of the Rebellion In 2010, the Britannian Empire enslaved Japan after a brutal, month-long assault.

In the aftermath, Japan was renamed Area 11, and its people began a hard and terrible existence.

Lelouch, a Britannian student living in Area 11, has grown up hating the Empire, and everything that comes with it.

One day, though, while investigating a crashed military plane, Lelouch meets a mysterious girl who grants him the ability to control minds.

But can he use his power to fight freedom or become evil?

Well, you gotta check it out yourself.

The mask Lelouch dons as “Zero” becomes a symbol of rebellion and hope for the oppressed, further highlighting the importance of anime with masked main characters.

6. Return of the Frozen Player 

It’s not so much as a revenge story when it is a cat out of water story.

Five years after the world changed, the final boss appeared. The final boss, if we could defeat her, our lives would go back to normal. The top five players in the world included Spectre, Seo Joon-ho, finally defeated in the Frost Queen.

But they fell into the deep slumber.Twenty-five years passed.

A second floor, it didn’t end when the Frost Queen died, and Spectre awakens from his slumber, of course.

5. Solo Max Level

Newbie Another manga where the MC hides his face,

Kang Jun-wook is a gaming streamer and content creator and is the only person who has cleared the game.

However, as the game’s popularity declines, it becomes increasingly difficult for him to continue making a living as a content creator.

Jun-wook prepares to end his 11-year-long relationship with the game and say goodbye to his humble group of subscribers.

But on that very day, the Tower of Trials appears in reality with a message, anything that humanity will perish unless all players clear each floor within 90 days.

4. Bleach

It’s a really well-written manga, to be honest.

Ishigo Kurosaki has always been able to see and interact with ghosts, but one day after witnessing a fight between a Shinigami called Rukia, well, an evil spirit known as the Hollow, he finds himself dragged into a completely new life.

When Rukia’s body shrinks after the battle, she is unable to carry out her soul-reaper duties and forces Ishigo to become a substitute Shinigami.

That’s of course for seven days while she recuperates or something.

3. Overgeared This is definitely a must-read.

Another manga/anime where we can see masked main characters.

Shin Yong-woo, aka Grid, an unlucky man in his life and a low-level player in the popular VR game Satisfy, finds a powerful item that earns him a rare legendary class title.

Pogma’s successor is now skilled with blacksmiths.

who can now forge unique weapons and equip the game’s most powerful of course, should I say, gear.

Grid revolves to use his new abilities to achieve fame and fortune, of course.

2. Second Life Ranked 

Pretty solid Yong-woo’s brother, of course, disappeared years ago and he’s devastated to learn of his death.

As he copes with his loss, he’s given a pocket watch which, of course, is amazing looking.

But he learns that there’s more to his brother’s death and he’s betrayed while competing at the power of the Sun God.

Now it’s Yong-woo’s turn to use the knowledge of his brother left behind.

But can Yong-woo navigate that world and gain enough power and experience to reach the top of the tower?

Defeating his brother’s enemies and all those who stand in his way?

1. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

This is one of the best ones to be honest.

It’s one of my favorite manga’s.

Mikami’s middle age hasn’t gone as he planned.

He never found a girlfriend, he got stuck in the dead end job, and he was abruptly stabbed to death in the street at 37.

So when he wakes up in a new world straight out of a fantasy RPG, he’s disappointed but not exactly surprised to find that he’s not a knight or a wizard but a blind slime demon.

But there are chances for even a slime to become a hero.

In general, it’s pretty good.

It was excellently, should I say, detailed with the artwork, of course, and it does a pretty decent job of keeping the story engaging.

that it for today’s list of top 10 anime with masked main characters