Axis Powers Hetalia is a popular manga and anime that turns the countries of the world into bishounen. The character designs are a bit too "cute" for me but I have found a couple of pics I like:
The new fall anime Miracle Train also anthromorphizes places as bishounen, except this time they're Tokyo train stations. You have to wonder what they'll do this to next.
If you need another reason to check out the video game Batman: Arkham Asylum, then these screenshots of a seemingly shirtless Batman should do just nicely:
Rosario + Vampire is a manga/anime known for hot girls rather than hot guys, so finding one is a stroke of luck:
The same can also be said for the anime Demonbane, which is based on a hentai game. Lucky once again:
Hanasakeru Seishounen has an interesting pedigree. It's based on a manga by the creator of Jyu-Oh-Sei and the anime is directed by the same person who directed both seasons of the Junjou Romantica anime. This certainly explains the pics below:
Twinkle Stars is the latest manga by Natsuki Takaya, the creator of Fruits Basket. It may warrant a post by itself as more artwork comes out. In the meantime, here are a couple of the guys:
A while back, artist Goli Matsumoto was spotlighted. Here is some more of his work for the Beatmania games:
Here's a guy from the manga Air Gear:
And here's a guy from the manga Sket Dance:
This next pic was going to be used in one of the Guys of Fathom posts until I realized it was from Soulfire (another title created by Michael Turner).
I like the semi-old-school feel of the guys of Brave Command Dagwon. I say "semi" old-school because the anime hails from the mid-1990's.
Finally, it's time for some guys by the water. First up are some guys from Valkryia Chronicles, including one boldly wearing a speedo:
And we end things with this pic of the guys of Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei that's racier than it looks. I'm not sure if the guy in the yukata is wearing anything underneath it:
I hope you enjoyed this collection of Misfits.