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Voiced by: Eiji Takeuchi (Japanese), Kaiji Tang (English), Javi Sánchez (Latin American Spanish)
Portrayed by: Yoshiki Minato (film), Kenta Arata (stage play)
Osanai is the 8th leader of the famous Moebius gang and one of the most feared men in society.
- Shrinking Violet: In the present timeline, Osanai is nothing like his teenage self and has become quite shy and timid. His response to being asked about what happened in the original timeline reveals that Kisaki's manipulation had put a toll on him.
Voiced by: Takuya Eguchi (Japanese), Zeno Robinson (English), Ángel Pardo (Latin American Spanish)
Portrayed by: Hiroya Shimizu (film), Shuuji Kikuchi (stage play)
Hanma is a member of Valhalla who later joins the Tokyo Manji Gang as the captain of its 6th division after their defeat.
- Big Eater: The databook mentions that he enjoys people treating him, and a manga panel shows him with several empty bowls next to him at a restaurant.
- Brains and Brawn: The Brawn to Kisaki's Brains.
- Broken Tears: Hanma breaks down after finding Kisaki's mangled body, complete with a Broken Smile.
- The Dragon: Serves as this to Kisaki, in both past and present timelines.
- The Dreaded: Due to his violent tendencies, strength and supernatural endurance, he was nicknamed "The Reaper"note before meeting Kisaki.
- Evil Duo: The brutal, hedonistic Id to Kisaki's ambitious, manipulative Superego.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Courtesy of Takuya Eguchi.
- Faux Affably Evil: He's first introduced as a civil, if not smug member of Valhalla. His interactions with Toman quickly show that he's batshit crazy.
- Four Eyes, Zero Soul: He gained glasses as an adult, but not a moral code.
- The Hedonist: Hanma's main motivation in life is to have fun. His character profile in the official databook also states that his dream is to have 100 slaves to do everything for him, from getting up to going to bed.
- It Amused Me: For a while, Hanma was not affiliated with any gang. He later decides to follow Kisaki because he finds him "interesting".
- Made of Iron: Has incredible endurance, being capable of withstanding several blows from Draken before going down. This earns him the In-Series Nickname "Zombie".
- Peek-a-Bangs: His 19-year-old self in one of the timelines has long hair with bangs covering his left eye.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The impulsive and excitable Red to Kisaki's cunning and cold Blue.
- Say It with Hearts: A lot of Hanma's dialogue ends with hearts, showing his enthusiasm.
- Stoic Spectacles: Wears glasses as a far more composed adult in a few of the present timelines.
- Tattooed Crook: He has the characters for "sin" and "punishment" tattooed on the back of his left and right hands respectively.
- Undying Loyalty: Turns out to be truly loyal to Kisaki, as he mourns his death and still visits his grave years later to hold his promise.
- Wild Card: Hanma is not affiliated with any gang and he is solely loyal to Kisaki, following him to whichever gang he joins. After Kisaki's death, he goes on the run.
Voiced by: Yumi Uchiyama (Japanese), Carrie Keranen (English), Alejandra Delint (Latin American Spanish)
Emma is a close friend of the Tokyo Manji Gang with a crush on Draken. She later reveals herself to be Mikey's half-sister.
- Big Brother Worship: Emma deeply respects her older half-brother Mikey and is very loyal to him, listening to his orders.
- Bludgeoned to Death: Kisaki kills Emma by hitting her in the head with a pipe.
- But Not Too Foreign: Emma is half-Japanese and half an unknown ethnicity, as Mikey and Baji describe her name and appearance to be "foreign-looking." To help her not stand out, Mikey adopts a "foreign-sounding" name so she won't feel alone.
- Curtains Match the Windows: Gold hair, gold eyes.
- Dying Declaration of Love: Before she dies, she asks Mikey to tell Draken she loves him.
- Gag Boobs: Takemichi often notices the size of her breasts, to Hinata's frustration.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Emma is blonde and is also a strong presence in Mikey's life. Takemichi realizes in the Tenjiku arc that Emma most likely helped Mikey through Shinichiro and Baji's deaths.
- Kill the Cutie: Kisaki mortally wounds Emma in the Tenjiku arc. Compared to how Baji's death affected the Tokyo Manji Gang, Emma's death sent both Mikey and Draken into a Heroic BSoD, and a chapter is even dedicated to her funeral.
- Killed Off for Real: Emma dies in the events of the Tenjiku arc after Kisaki does a hit-and-run targeting her.
- Missing Mom: Emma was abandoned by her mother and left to live with the Sano family.
- Morality Chain: Emma keeps Mikey grounded most of the time, and it's only after she dies that Mikey goes into a deep state of depression.
- Ms. Fanservice: Has a scene where she's just wearing a bra and panties.
- Relative Error: Takemichi and Hina think that Emma and Mikey are going on a date and that Emma is cheating on Draken. It's soon revealed that they're actually half-siblings, and Mikey was taking Emma out for her birthday.
Yuzuha is Taiju and Hakkai's sister and the middle child in their family.
- Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Yuzuha is beat up way more than Hakkai at home, but she is never depicted with scars, unlike Hakkai, who has a scar on his lip. During the fight on Christmas, though, she sustains a black eye and several scuffs on her face.
- Cool Big Sis: Yuzuha is very supportive of Hakkai. She is also kind to Takemichi and Hinata when they first meet.
- Damsel in Distress: Yuzuha's debut chapter shows that she's an Action Girl, who is quick to send a roundhouse kick to Inui's face for antagonizing Hakkai. However, throughout the Christmas battle, she's quickly incapacitated and sits out for the majority of the fight, even though Takemichi is technically worse-off combat-wise.
- Hopeless Suitor: After the events of Christmas, Yuzuha develops a crush on Takemichi.
- Like Brother and Sister: Hakkai confronts Yuzuha about having a crush on Mitsuya and she denies it, stating that she sees Mitsuya as a brother.
- Mama Bear: Yuzuha is fiercely protective of Hakkai and is quick to defend him when he gets into fights.
- Panty Shot: In the few scenes where she fights, she gets some upskirt shots.
Akane is Seishu Inui's older sister and also the girl Hajime Kokonoi was in love with.
- Bittersweet 17: Akane is 17 years old, making her 5 years older than Kokonoi. While she is still a minor, the narrative shows that she is more mature than Kokonoi and that her reason for not wanting to date him is because he is not old enough.
- Death by Origin Story: Akane is the sole reason for Kokonoi's economic savviness and the reason why he is involved in gangs. However, she dies in her introductory chapters.
- The Lost Lenore: Akane was heavily burned in a house fire, on the same day she and Kokonoi promised to date once he is old enough, no less. As her family could not afford her surgery, Kokonoi begins engaging in gang activities to help scrape enough money together to pay for it. However, Akane dies before he's able to make enough.