This is a character sheet for the ''Manga/SuperGals'' series:


[[folder:The Main Characters]]

!!Ran Kotobuki
!!!Voice Actors: Creator/MegumiToyoguchi (Japanese), Creator/LuciChristian (English)
The series' main character, the middle child of police detective parents. She refuses to become a police officer and instead spends her days in Shibuya having fun with her best friends Miyu and Aya. Despite this, Ran has a strong sense of justice and will help her friends and others alike if they're in trouble.
* BadassNormal: Can take down a robber just by throwing one of her own boots at the guy.
* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler: Confirmed by WordOfGod to have had three kids with Tatsuki.]]
* BerserkButton: it's really not a good idea to bully girls as long as Ran is around in Shibuya.
* BigEater
* BrilliantButLazy: Her friends noted that she has a very good memory, and ''could'' do well in her academics if she wanted to. Unfortunately, she's so averse to studying that her grades are very low.
* ChasteHero: Despite the Gals' fame as promiscuous, she's still a virgin and proud of it, and in fact advises people to not even give a single kiss until they're sure of their partner's feelings (one of the people she advised this way was ''Miyu'', whose problem with her boyfriend was that [[JailbaitWait he was waiting for her to get older for that kiss]]).
* FieryRedhead
* FanGirl: Is a very passionate fan of [[ShowWithinAShow Pink Panther X]] and has occasionally dressed up as the character.
* GenkiGirl: She's always very carefree and energetic, and seems to have no angst in her life.
* HappyDance: A chibi Ran is often seen in the scene segways of the series, happily doing some para-para.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Ran can be pushy, rude, and selfish at times, but her heart is typically in the right place and she will help others out even if there's nothing for her to gain.
* MiddleChildSyndrome: Inverted; out of her siblings, Ran seems to have the most interactions with her parents (especially her father). However, this has less to do with her being a middle child, and more because of her rebellious tendencies.
* MoralMyopia: Ran's quick to point out others' flaws, but never address/correct her own.
* SitcomArchNemesis: Often clashes with Mami Honda, as both are vying for the title of "Japan's No.1 ko-gal".
* TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: She's brash, outspoken, reckless and very physically strong; she had, at one point, she complains that Miyu is too girly and tells the latter to snap out of it. However, she almost never leaves her house without make-up and jewelry, is willing to spend hours to do her nails and evidently takes great pains to make herself look good.
* TotallyRadical: While everyone in the series speaks like this in the Japanese and English version, Ran is far and beyond the biggest user of dated slang.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Rei and sometimes Miyu.
* YouAreWhatYouHate: For someone who doesn't want to be a police officer, Ran has shown plenty of times of how she has the skills to be one: the strong sense of justice, detective skills, willingness to help out others, etc. Subverted as, in the end, [[spoiler: Ran decides to become one to better protect her beloved Shibuya.]]

!!Miyu Yamazaki
!!!Voice Actors: Creator/HarunaIkezawa (Japanese), Creator/KiraVincentDavis (English)
A friend of Ran's, Miyu is typically (typically) nicer than her friend and almost always smiling. She is in love with Ran's older brother, Yamato.
* AlmostKiss: A running gag in the series is how Miyu and Yamato's kisses are interrupted by various things going on.
* BadassAdorable: Miyu is cute and, like Ran, can kick ass when needed to.
* BetaCouple: She and Yamato are already together from the start of the series, and their relationship seem to be the most happy and stable out of the three main ones.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: It took a very stressful period and sexual harassment, but the one time Miyu snapped, [[KneelBeforeZod the harasser was on his knees begging for his life]] in less than ten seconds. And he was lucky enough that Ran was there to BrightSlap Miyu, or else...
* BrokenBird: Miyu was this in her gang years, a tough trouble maker due to her parent's divorce and her mom's [[AbusiveParent lack of affection]] to her.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Her parents got divorced when she was in 3rd year of her elementary school. She was then raised by her neglectful mother, who clearly thinks of her as a burden. This causes her to become a feared gang leader in her middle school years.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Well, sort of. She started to fix her attitude and becomes a good student after Ran defeated her in a brawl. Though in a possible subversion, it wasn't her defeat to Ran that caused to change, but the kindness that Yamato showed to her in the aftermath of the brawl.
* GenkiGirl: She's normally very upbeat and is more eager to join in Ran's wild antics than Aya.
* KneelBeforeZod: Back when she was a gang leader, Miyu wanted to force everyone who pissed her into submission. And the one time she snapped, she actually made the offender ''kneel and apologize''.
* RetiredOutlaw: She used to be a violent gang leader, whose behaviour is far worse than Ran's. Now, she's one of the nicest, most modest, and hardworking of the main characters.
* ScholarshipStudent: She needs to have certain average to keep her scholarship, become a plot point a few times.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Refers to herself as "Miyu", to signify her change as the cutesy NiceGirl she is now known as.

!!Aya Hoshino
!!!Voice Actors: Creator/OmaIchimura (Japanese), Kimberly Pause (English)
A studious girl Ran met in the first episode when she catches her doing CompensatedDating. She stops her and tells her to live her own life. Soon after Aya became good friends with Ran and Miyu.
* AnimalMotifs: Often associated with moles throughout the series since Episode 17; tends to be shy, often brooding over things on their own, dark and gloomy impressions...
* BrainyBrunette: Aya, who has brown hair, is the smartest of the gang, being an honour student, and is trying to get into Tokyo University.
* DoggedNiceGirl: For Otohata. She spends a lot of time pining after him and trying to get him open up to her. Otohata, being the insensitive type, usually regards her affections with indifference or annoyance. He gets especially impatient with her when she cries, which she does often.
* FragileFlower: She bursts into tears very easily, and at one point Ran wonders if half her head is made out of tears.
%%* HatesBeingAlone
* HeroicBSOD: Gets one when her parents tell her to stop seeing her friends so she could study more.
%%* NiceGirl
* NotSoAboveItAll: She's the most serious out of the main characters, but this doesn't stop her from liking Pink Panther X (a children's show) and knowing a lot about its plot.
* ShrinkingViolet: Shy and softspoken, she often gets freaked out by her peers' weirder antics.
%%* StepfordSmiler:
* TheSmartGirl: She's an honours student, and is aiming to go to Tokyo University after graduating Hounan.
* TenderTears: Prone to this, whether happy or sad.

!!Rei Otohota
!!!Voice Actors: Creator/HiroshiKamiya (Japanese), Creator/ChrisPatton (English)
A student at Meisho Number 1 High School, Rei is also considered the number 1 popular guy due to a magazine article as being the coolest teenage guy in the area. Is good friends with Yuya and often finds himself bumping into Ran more often than either one would like. He's also Aya's boyfriend.
* ChickMagnet: Is voted as No. 1 most desirable guy in his school.
* TheComicallySerious: Never smiles, even if he's in a funny moment... which makes the scene funnier.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Rei can be very blunt with his words, but he's not a bad guy. He just has a hard time expressing himself.
* PhraseCatcher: "You made her (Aya) cry!"
* TheStoic: He's very impassive, and tends to regard everything that goes on in his surrounding with an indifferent attitude.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: Has a younger cousin who looks almost exactly like him. When the girls met the kid, they thought Otohata had shrunk down.

!!Yuya Asou
!!!Voice Actors: Creator/KenichiSuzumura (Japanese), Creator/GregAyres (English)
Also a student at Meisho Number 1 High School, Yuya placed 2nd in the same magazine article that said Rei was the coolest and most handsome teenage guy in Shibuya. As such, his nickname is Number Two ("nii" in the Japanese version, the Japanese word for two). He is in love with Ran and will help her out when the need arises.
* AlwaysSecondBest: Half of the time, Ran doesn't even remember that Yuuya's name is in fact "Yuuya" and not "Second Place".
* DoggedNiceGuy: Yuya is madly in love with Ran and would do everything he can to please her: e.g. helping her with homework or buying her expensive gifts. Unfortunately, Ran is ObliviousToLove, and thought that he was just being nice. Instead, she almost immediately agreed to date Tatsuki when the latter confessed to her after they went to a few parties together.
* InSeriesNickname: Number Two in the manga, Second Place in the anime.
* LoveEpiphany: Inverted. After spending the better part of the series with massive crush on Ran, he finally realizes that he's no longer likes her romantically after seeing her fool around with Tatsuki and did not feel jealous about it.
* OfficialCouple: He and Mami become a couple in the second season of the anime, as well as the manga.
* SecondLove: Yuya fell for Ran at first sight but finally comes to care for Mami.

!!Tatsuki "Tatsukichi" Kuroi
!!!Voice Actors: YukimasaObi (Japanese), Creator/JasonDouglas (English)
Ran's boyfriend who loves para-para, to the point where he calls himself the "para-para king of Machida". He and Ran get along quite well, even though they don't really date, much less anything else romantic.
* AnimalMotifs: Monkey, obviously. He is actually able to talk to monkeys, and is often gets mistaken as one.
* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler: Confirmed by WordOfGod to have had three kids with Ran.]]
* BirdsOfAFeather: He and Ran are very similar, as both are very laidback individuals who cares more about having fun and enjoying life, rather than being bound by authority and academics.
* BookDumb: He does very poorly in school, despite being very skilled in pretty much everything else.
* HiddenDepths: Although he appears to be just as wild and carefree as Ran, he is very insecure about being "worthy" for her. Especially since Ran hangs out with other guys a lot, and seems to trust Otohata with her feelings more than she does with him.
%%* IntentionalEngrishForFunny: a big fan of using this.
* {{Keet}}: He's just as energetic and carefree as Ran.
* PowerCopying: He can acquire complex skills by '[[IncrediblyLamePun aping]]' (as he himself said) someone who is demonstrating them.

[[folder:Supporting Cast]]

!!Yamato Kotobuki
!!! Voice Actors: Hiroki Takahashi (Japanaese), Paul Locklear (English)
Ran's older brother, who's a police officer in Shibuya, and often helps out Ran and her friends. He and Miyu are a couple.
* BigBrotherInstinct
* ClarkKentOutfit: His uniform or bagged street clothes hide a lean and muscular body, with the strength to match.
* TheJailBaitWait: For how much Miyu and him wish to be intimate, they won't do more than the occasional kiss ([[AlmostKiss when they aren't interrupted]]), and are explicitly waiting for their marriage.
* LikeFatherLikeSon: like his father, he's a cop.
* OfficialCouple: him and Miyu, [[spoiler:whom he later gets official engaged to later in the series. And, in the final manga chapter, ''marry'']]
* TheyDo: [[spoiler: With Miyu at the end of the manga.]]

!!Taizo Kotobuki
!!! Voice Actors: GinzoMatsuo (episodes 1-24), Creator/FumihikoTachiki (episodes 25-51), Creator/JohnGremillion (English)
Ran's father. He tries to lead Ran into becoming a police officer like the rest of her family, but she refuses.
* ActionDad
* DotingParent: Mainly to Sayo, though sometimes with Ran as well.
* HappilyMarried: To his wife Kiyoka.
* LargeHam

!!Kiyoka Kotobuki
Ran's mother. Also a police officer.
!!! Voice Actors: Creator/YukoKobayashi (Japanese), Creator/ChristineAuten (English)
* ActionMom
* HappilyMarried: to her husband Taizo.
* ParentalSubstitute: acts like this for Miyu, since her mother is very rarely around.

!!Mami Honda
!!!Voice Actors: Aya Ishizu (Japanese), Allison Sumrall (English)
Ran's rival and the "Queen of Ikebukuro". [[spoiler: In the manga they later form a truce. This does not happen in the anime.]]
* ClingyJealousGirl: [[spoiler:To Yuya. {{Justified}} by the long string of cheating boyfriends she had before him and her knowledge he was in love with Ran before they went together (and stayed in love with her for a while after: she mistook his attempt to play peacemaker during one of her fights with Ran as a love declaration, and acted on it). Becomes less jealous when Yuya realizes he has fallen for Mami and declares it in public.]]
* LastNameBasis: Always refers to Ran by her last name.
* OfficialCouple: [[spoiler:with Yuya.]]
* RichBitch: anime only.
* SitcomArchNemesis: with Ran Kotobuki.
* TheOjou

!!Harue Kudou

!!Sayo Kotobuki
!!!Voice Actors: Creator/RieKugimiya (Japanese), Creator/HilaryHaag (English)
Ran's energetic little sister. She's a large fan of Odaiba Cop, and solves crimes with her boyfriend Masato. Unlike her older sister, she wants to become a police detective when she grows up.
* TheBabyOfTheBunch: In her family.
* DumbBlonde: Averted. Sayo's pretty smart.
* GenkiGirl: She makes ''Ran'' look sluggish.
* KiddieKid: Sayo's 14 in the beginning of the series, but looks, sounds, ''and'' acts like an elementary school girl.
* NiceHat
* OfficialCouple: with Masato.
* OlderThanTheyLook
* VerbalTic: she adds "datchu" at the end of her sentences. The dub changes it to "You bet."

!!Masato Iwai

!!Naoki Kuroi

!!Miyu's Mom
!!!Voice actors: KazuraMurai (Japanese), Allison Keith (English)
Miyu's very rarely seen mother, who treats her daughter rather poorly. She only appears in two episodes of the anime.
* AbusiveParent, ParentalAbandonment, and ParentalNeglect: All of these. She rarely sees Miyu and blames Miyu for her divorce thus refusing to look at Miyu. She was abandoned by her own mother and in the end abandons Miyu. The only thing she does for Miyu is give Miyu enough money to live off of until Miyu gets a job and a place to stay on her own.
* TheFaceless: we never see her face. Subverted in the manga, where we do get to see her face the few times she shows up.
* JerkAss