F for Fisher Tiger, F for Fugaku Uchiha, F for Future Trunks. In this article, you will find the most iconic anime characters whose names start with F.
41. Fuguki Suikazan (Naruto: Shippuden)
Fuguki Suikazan was a jōnin from Kirigakure and a member of the Seven Ninja Swordsmen of the Mist. At some point in time, Fuguki became a jōnin and joined the Seven Ninja Swordsmen of the Mist, where he inherited the sword Samehada.
40. Fukasaku (Naruto: Shippuden)
Fukasaku, often referred to as “Head” is an elder toad over eight hundred years old that resides on Mount Myōboku. As the heirs of the Great Toad Sage, he and his wife Shima are revered as the “Two Great Sage Toads”
39. Free (Soul Eater)
The Wolf Man with the Demon Eye, better known by his alias, Free is a Werewolf and the last of the Immortal Clan and was imprisoned for stealing Maba’s left eye. After being freed by Eruka Frog from Medusa Gorgon’s instruction, he renames himself in honor of his freedom and joins her group, and acts as one of her operatives until her death.
38. Franken Stein (Soul Eater)
Dr. Franken Stein is an eccentric but talented doctor and meister who is known to be the strongest meister to have graduated from Death Weapon Meister Academy and formerly Spirit Albarn’s first weapon partner. He later becomes a teacher at the academy upon Death’s request and was later assigned to act as a meister to Marie Mjolnir.
37. Flare Corona (Fairy Tail)
Flare Corona is a Mage and a former member of the Raven Tail Guild, as well as one of its elite members. Flare is always shown with an absent, peculiar expression on her face, making it look like she’s not interested in what happens around her, and seems to act in a teasing, disturbing way, referring to Lucy Heartfilia as “Blondie” and teasingly repeating such a nickname several times.
36. Freed Justine (Fairy Tail)
Freed Justine is a Mage of Fairy Tail who didn’t often appear in the guild; he is the leader of the Thunder God Tribe. After Fairy Tail’s disbandment, he joined the Blue Pegasus Guild along with the other members of the Thunder God Tribe and Laxus; however, after the guild’s reformation, he later left Blue Pegasus to join Fairy Tail again along with his team.
35. Frost (Dragon Ball)
Frost is a member of the Frieza Race and emperor of Universe 6 (former emperor in the anime), being that universe’s version of Frieza. In the anime, he became a wanted fugitive after revealing himself as a space pirate.
34. Fortuneteller Baba (Dragon Ball)
Fortuneteller Baba is an old witch and the older sister of Master Roshi who appears for the first time in the Commander Red Saga in a vision, as Goku was seeing the past, present, and future on Korin Tower. She appeared fully in the Fortuneteller Baba Saga of Dragon Ball, and after that, she shows up in anime fillers and rarely from time to time.
33. Fū Yamanaka (Naruto: Shippuden)
Fū Yamanaka was a shinobi from Konohagakure’s Yamanaka clan, as well as a high-ranking shinobi of the disbanded Anbu faction Root. Like all other members of the Anbu faction, Root, Fū lacks a personality due to the gruesome training regime Danzō had them undergo at a young age.
32. Fukaboshi (One Piece)
Fukaboshi is a shark merman and the eldest son of the royal Neptune Family on Fish-Man Island. After he, his father, and his brothers were liberated by the Straw Hat Pirates, he allied himself with them against Hody Jones and his crew.
31. Fossa (One Piece)
Fossa is the commander of the 15th division of the Whitebeard Pirates. Fossa is very loyal to the Whitebeard Pirates and Whitebeard, as he was willing to risk his own life in order to save Ace from execution during the war at Marineford.
30. Fukuro (One Piece)
Fukurou is a former member of CP9 and one of the last to be introduced. Despite having the ability to “zip it”, his biggest personality quirk is having a big mouth (both figuratively and literally); he also has the strange habit of saying “chapapa” after almost every sentence and has a strangely high voice considering his bulky appearance.
29. Foxy The Silver Fox (One Piece)
Foxy the Silver Fox is the captain of the Foxy Pirates, and the main antagonist of the Long Ring Long Land Arc. In the anime, he is a recurring adversary of the Straw Hat Pirates, being the main antagonist of the Foxy’s Return Arc and the secondary antagonist in the Spa Island Arc.
28. Findorr Calius (Bleach)
Findorr Calius is the 24th Arrancar in Sōsuke Aizen’s army and one of Baraggan Louisenbairn’s six Fracción. While initially coming off as the most composed member of Baraggan Louisenbairn’s Fracción, Findorr later casts this facade away.
27. Floki (Vinland Saga)
Floki is a Jomsviking commander and was one of the principal Viking commanders under Sweyn during the invasion of England and subsequently under Canute. Floki is a central antagonist in Vinland Saga and the man who contracted Askeladd to assassinate his former comrade, Thors.
26. Fuyumi Mizuhara (Shokugeki No Soma)
Fuyumi Mizuhara is a 79th Generation Tōtsuki Academy Alumna and a previous 2nd seat of the Elite Ten Council. She is the owner and head chef of the Italian restaurant, Ristorante F.
25. Fumio Daimidou (Shokugeki No Soma)
Fumio Daimidou is the warden of the Polar Star Dormitory. She was a recurring character from Season 1 to the first half of Season 3 and a minor character from the second half of Season 3 onwards.
24. Friesia (The Seven Deadly Sins)
Friesia is a Holy Knight with the ability to manipulate insects. Belonging to the infamous Weird Fangs stationed at Baste Dungeon, she aided in the capture of the Deadly Sin, Ban.
23. Furlan Church (Attack On Titan)
Furlan Church was one of Levi’s companions prior to joining the Scout Regiment, the other being Isabel Magnolia. Furlan, in contrast to Isabel, was very focused and able to make the distinction between when to have fun and when to be serious, and like Levi, Furlan was usually depicted as level-headed and calm, but he disliked when things got out of control.
22. Fiegel Reeves (Attack On Titan)
Fiegel Reeves is the successor and son of Dimo Reeves. After his father’s death, he assisted the Survey Corps in their takedown of the Military Police Brigade and then took the position of CEO of the Reeves Company.
21. Flagon (Attack On Titan)
Flagon was a member of the Scout Regiment and a section commander at the time Levi Ackermann, Furlan Church, and Isabel Magnolia joined the Military. He disliked the idea of allowing the trio of former thugs to join the Scout Regiment, especially because they were assigned to his squad and were from the Underground city.
20. Franz Kefka (Attack On Titan)
Franz Kefka was a member of the 104th Training Corps who served in the battle of Trost District. Franz was a good-natured young man, only wanting everyone to get along and he was not one to get upset or anger others.
19. Fourth Kind (My Hero Academia)
Fourth Kind is a strict professional pro hero who didn’t cut Eijiro Kirishima or Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu any slack during their internships and any small infraction deeply upset Fourth Kind, who would reprimand the young men by hitting them. Tetsutetsu feared Fourth Kind’s impatience would lead to punishment when Eijiro made them late one day.
18. Fuyumi Todoroki (My Hero Academia)
Fuyumi Todoroki is the older sister of Shoto and Natsuo, the younger sister of Toya, and the only daughter of Enji and Rei Todoroki. Fuyumi is a kind-hearted person who cares deeply for her family and took on a nurturing role for her younger brother, Shoto, during their mother, Rei’s absence.
17. Flutter (HunterxHunter)
Flutter was a dragonfly-based Chimera Ant and an Officer serving in Leol’s Squad. He was killed by Knov and his corpse was controlled by Ikalgo, only to be ultimately destroyed by Bloster.
16. Franklin Bordeau (HunterxHunter)
Franklin Bordeau is member #7 of the Phantom Troupe and ranked fourth in physical strength among the group. Franklin is a founding member of the Troupe, all of whom hail from Meteor City, a junkyard city inhabited by outcasts that refuse to be part of society.
15. Finral Roulacase (Black Clover)
Finral Roulacase is a nobleman of House Vaude and a 1st Class Junior Magic Knight of Clover Kingdom’s Black Bull squad. When he was younger, Finral was a far more earnest individual but after being cast aside by his family for not showing the same aptitude for magic as his younger brother, he made a conscious decision to run away from reality and simply try to have fun.
14. Father Orsi Orfai (Black Clover)
Father Orsi Orfai is the priest in Hage and the foster father of Asta and Yuno. He is proud of Asta and Yuno for their quick rise in the ranks of the Magic Knights, as well as overjoyed in their generosity for sending most of their monthly wages to the village church, allowing them to repair the old building and afford food for everyone to eat filling meals every day.
13. Fuegoleon Vermillion (Black Clover)
Fuegoleon Vermillion is a nobleman and the first son of the Clover Kingdom’s House Vermillion, one of its royal families. He is also the captain of the Crimson Lion squad of the Magic Knights though he is temporarily replaced by his older sister, Mereoleona, while he is in a coma, and later returns to his position after recovering.
12. Fumikage Tokoyami (My Hero Academia)
Fumikage Tokoyami, also known as the Jet-Black Hero: Tsukuyomi, is a student in Class 1-A at U.A. High School, training to become a Pro Hero. Fumikage is reserved, serious, and focused, albeit noble and valiant as well and though he does not talk very much, he will directly ignore questions or requests that seem in some way pointless while he talks to other people as some sort of ongoing joke.
11. Fū (Naruto: Shippuden)
Fū was a kunoichi from Takigakure and the jinchūriki of the Seven-Tails, Chōmei. At some point, Fū became the jinchūriki of the Seven-Tails, Chōmei, and in the manga, at some unspecified time either before Gaara’s capture by Deidara or some time in between Gaara’s capture and the capture of Yugito Nii by Kakuzu and Hidan, Fū was captured by the Akatsuki, as after Yugito was sealed, according to Pain only three tailed beasts remained uncaptured, and she thusly died from having the Seven-Tails extracted from her body.
10. Frosch (Fairy Tail)
Frosch is an Exceed and a Mage of the former strongest Guild in Fiore: Sabertooth. Frosch is happy-go-lucky, has a habit of speaking in the third person, and agrees with other people’s opinions, regardless of what they may be; he also has a habit of asking questions that others may deem to be redundant, such as when it was scolded by Lector for asking who would win between Orga and Warcry.
9. Farnese De Vandimion (Berserk)
Farnese de Vandimion is a noblewoman from the Vandimion family who led the Holy See’s ceremonial guard, the Holy Iron Chain Knights. She later becomes a member of Guts’ traveling party and learns the art of magic under Schierke’s mentorship.
8. Frieza (Dragon Ball)
Frieza is one of the most significant villains in the Dragon Ball manga and the Dragon Ball Z anime and also makes appearances in several Dragon Ball Z movies, as well as Dragon Ball GT episodes. Frieza is a galactic emperor of an unnamed race who runs the Planet trade organization and is feared for his ruthlessness and power.
7. Fisher Tiger (One Piece)
Fisher Tiger Fisher Tiger, known as the Adventurer, was a sea bream Fish-Man and the founder and original captain of the Sun Pirates. A well-known explorer, Tiger became a slave for the World Nobles at some point in his adventures, and after managing to escape his captors and return to Fish-Man Island, Tiger climbed back through the Red Line to Mary Geoise in order to free his fellow slaves.
6. Fujitora (One Piece)
Issho, better known by his alias Fujitora, is an admiral in the Marines who was conscripted through a World Military Draft during the two-year time skip, being appointed to his rank (next to Ryokugyu) to fill the two admiral vacancies caused by Aokiji’s resignation and Sakazuki’s promotion. A proponent of “Humane Justice”, Fujitora notably spearheaded a campaign for the abolishment of the “Seven Warlords of the Sea” system, which came to pass during the most recent Levely.
5. Floch Forster (Attack On Titan)
Floch Forster was a former recruit of the Survey Corps who joined the regiment before the return to Shiganshina District, where he was assigned to Squad Klaus. Other than Hange Zoë and Squad Levi, he was the only survivor of the battle and after discovering the truth, Floch developed a hatred for humanity outside the Walls, essentially becoming the de-facto leader of the Yeagerists faction.
4. Fugaku Uchiha (Naruto: Shippuden)
Fugaku Uchiha was a shinobi of Konohagakure, the father of Itachi and Sasuke Uchiha, the head of the Uchiha clan as well as the leader of the Konoha Military Police Force. While outwardly Fugaku seemed strict and neglectful towards his eldest and youngest sons respectively, coupled with his devotion and focus on his clan’s welfare led him to seem hateful and non-negotiable, he was still a very caring individual to his sons.
3. Feitan Portor (HunterxHunter)
Feitan Portor is member #2 of the Phantom Troupe and his physical strength ranked fifth among the group. Not much is known about Feitan’s past except that he is a founding member of the Troupe, all of whom hail from Meteor City, a junkyard city inhabited by outcasts of the world; after defeating Zazan, Feitan became the de facto leader of the Troupe until Chrollo’s return.
2. Franky (One Piece)
Franky “Iron Man” Franky is the shipwright of the Straw Hat Pirates and is the crew’s eighth member and the seventh to join, doing so at the end of the Post-Enies Lobby Arc. Franky’s dream is to create a ship and circumnavigate the world with it, and he built the Thousand Sunny and joined the Straw Hat Pirates to fulfill his dream.
1. Future Trunks (Dragon Ball)
Future Trunks is a Saiyan-Earthling hybrid and the son of Vegeta and Bulma, both from an alternate future. By the time Present Trunks was born, the timeline had been drastically altered by Future Trunks’ and Cell’s trips to the past; therefore, the two Trunks had completely different lives (as opposed to those who lived before the Time Machines arrived, who lived exactly the same lives as their counterparts until the point at which the two timelines diverge, three years before the androids arrived).