Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

It's test time. Or rather, pop test time. Let's see how much you know about the ages of anime and manga characters.

Below is a selection of comparison images collected from Naver (here, here, and here) and from elsewhere online. Do you know which characters are older? Which ones are younger?

Yes, sometimes the characters grow older during the course of a series. And yes, some of the ages might be good guesswork, but you should be able to find out how old these characters are. That is, if you don't already know.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Shin-chan from Crayon Shin-chan and Conan.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

L from Death Note and Amuro from Mobile Suit Gundam.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Sanji from One Piece and Toriko.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Endou from Inazuma Eleven and Azusa from K-On!

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Konata from Lucky Star and Gan and Ai from Yatterman.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Kenshiro from Fist of the North Star and Kakashi Hatake from Naruto.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Char from Mobile Suit Gundam and Blackjack.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Hiko Seijuro XIII from Rurouni Kenshin and Muska from Castle in the Sky.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Kinnikuman and Misato from Evangelion.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Himura Kenshin from Rurouni Kenshin and Itachi from Naruto.

Test Your Anime Knowledge! How Old Are These Characters?

Nausicaä from Nausicaä and Team Rocket from Pokemon.

Put your answers and guesses in the links below!

Top photo: ui_nyan

Extra photos: Naruto Wikia, Isoisorin, Studio Ghibli Wikia, NakaoMiku, Time Bokanman, Law One Piece, NicoVideo, Fanpop, Nintendojo

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