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  • Kuroyukihime of Accel World. She has little tolerance for any girl who is close to, or tries to get close to Haruyuki, the object of her affections. The quote below demonstrates it enough to veer into a different territory, and they’re not an Official Couple yet!
    Kuroyukihime: Haruyuki-kun, listen... you belong to me. Up till now, and from now on. For eternity, I will not give you to anyone.
  • Ah! My Goddess:
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    • Skuld acts in a manner resembling this trope — about her sister — when she perceives that Keiichi and Belldandy are becoming more romantically close.
    • Similarly, but much less severe, could be Belldandy herself. Things have been known to randomly explode if she sees Keiichi receiving excessive attention from another girl. Even when she keeps it under control, however, she makes it quite clear to others that she would save Keiichi's life even if meant the destruction of the entire universe in a heartbeat and will not tolerate people randomly interfering with their relationship. This becomes especially apparent when she flatly refuses the personified Gate of Heaven's request for Keiichi to teach her about love; when the Gate accuses her of being unusually selfish for a goddess, she calmly replies, "Yes; with Keiichi, I am not so generous."
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    • In the second season of the anime, when Hild's loli-form goes back in time to seduce a younger Keiichi, she acts like a Clingy Jealous Girl towards him every time Belldandy (who has also come back in time to stop Loli-Hild) tries to talk to Keiichi.
  • Ai Yori Aoshi:
    • Mayu Miyuki is notorious for this, outraged when any other girl does anything with Kaoru and she does not, and regularly (and dramatically) proclaiming her love and plans for their future. Made even worse by the fact that she never really stops, just tones it back somewhat... even after Kaoru is married.
    • Averted by Tina who handled her disappointment far better than Mayu did... funny, considering how Mayu was always criticizing her for being graceless.
  • Armored Trooper VOTOMS has Coconna, who gets extremely jealous of the attention Chirico pays to Fyanna. She is always having to convince Gotho and Vanilla to save Chirico when he gets captured during the first arc.
  • Axis Powers Hetalia:
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    • Belarus wants to get married married married to her brother Russia. A flashback to their childhood shows that she was even jealous of her sister Ukraine, frowning (though that's admittedly her default expression and it's easy to see it more as childish sisterly rivalry) and clinging to Russia's side when Ukraine gave him his trademark Scarf Of Asskicking.
    • Mostly averted with Taiwan. Her first apparition has her poking China on the cheek and telling him to lay off Japan; however, her interactions with Japan and the other Asians do not have her clinging to him and being a bitch to whoever approached him. Not to mention, while she does argue with China, it's never about Japan aside of that aforementioned one sketch, and she has shown Tsundere-like behavior towards China as well.
  • Berserk
    • Casca was initially born from this trope, after Griffith in his shining armour saved her from being raped by nobleman, Casca unashamedly worshiped him and was left disheartened that he never truly returned her affections. So when Casca heard Griffith openly say "I want you" to then newcomer Guts, Casca was stricken with jealously and was vicious and cold towards Guts for three years straight, even punching him down at one point and crying asking "Why did it have to be you?". Casca especially is dismayed over Griffith risking his life to save/protect Guts at all costs, leading to her declaring that she didn't care what happened to Guts so long as he didn't ruin Griffith's dream.
      • However unbeknownst to Casca, Guts took her words and attacks even harder since he developed feelings for her and left angry at her unshakable love for Griffith and her blaming him making him somewhat of a Crazy Jealous Guy in parallel to Casca, but he went above and beyond to protect her causing Casca is shocked and grateful. These actions ultimately cause Casca to lessen her love for Griffith since she found a person who will return her affection unconditionally.
    • Casca was also jealous of Princess Charlotte who Griffith was courting her as the fastest way of becoming Royalty. It is also at this point Casca knows she doesn't stand a chance with Griffith unless she intends on ruining his dream note . After Guts completely changed her mind and turned her head Casca still shows faint signs of jealously/discomfort when she learned Griffith slept with Charlotte, but seeing Guts getting pissy himself over her visible trouble caused Casca cursed herself realizing she was ungrateful towards Gut's love note  and immediately apologizing to him. Guts forgives her easily admitting he is just as troubled over Griffith as she is.
    • Rosine the insect child Apostle is an outright Yandere. One of her reasons for attacking Guts is because she believes he will take her love Jill away from her, which is very Squicky since both of them are way younger than the adult Guts. It's also poignant that Rosine assumes Jill is romantically attached to Guts, as she has no understanding of a father figure since her own father was an extremely cruel man.
    • Farnese originally started off hating and fearing Guts, but after he saved her and her half brother Serpico during the Conviction Arc Farnese soon began to hero-worship Guts in a very similar fashion to Casca and Griffith. Farnese did her best to protect the now mentally regressed Casca to please him and would be overjoyed at any praise he gave her and even latching onto him in the troll cave, however Farnese began to take issue with Guts sacrificing every fiber of his being to protect Casca from any and all danger. Culminating in Farnese yelling at Casca when they were alone, angry that Casca doesn't recognize to lengths Guts goes to keep her saved and cure her condition, Farnese soon apologized to Casca who could at least understand she'd upset her.
      • Farnese does her best to keep Guts separated from Casca, especially getting upset when Casca interrupted her healing of a wounded Guts, Farnese even snaps out of her astral form when Guts is about to inform Roderick that Casca is "his woman". Farnese even dislikes Moonlight Boy because it brought Guts and Casca together if only briefly.
    • Farnese's jealously gets dialed Up to Eleven when they land on Elhelm and Guts gets confirmation that is indeed possible to cure Casca leading to Guts smiling genuinely for the first time in years, which got Farnese very visibly anxious. Upon exploring Casca's mind Farnese soon witnesses Casca and Guts romance in full and while she is very downcast and jealous of the fact Casca knows a Guts she’s never know, Farnese eventually reconciles and is happy to reunite Casca with Guts.
      • Farnese's half brother Serpico is also a Crazy Jealous Guy over her, and even considers to killing Guts but like his half-sister gets over it.
    • Schierke has some shades of this having a school girl-esque crush on Guts which her fairy Ivalera annoyingly teases her about. When Schierke overhears Guts talking about Casca to Roderick while she is astral projecting with Farnese, Schierke is sadden to learn just how devoted Guts is to Casca but unlike Farnese who breaks away before hearing Guts's comment Schierke finds she doesn't mind since she has connected to Guts in way no one else has. Really like Jill, Schierke's affection to Guts is more closer to daughter's to a father. Schierke is far more viably jealous over how much Isidro likes mermaid girl Isma.
    • Sonia the reborn Griffith's medium dislikes Princess Charlotte due to her own devotion to Griffith.
  • Kazuki Ibuse in Bitter Virgin, to the extent that Daisuke plays along with being her boyfriend because he knows she's likely to harm Hinako (the girl he does like) if she isn't placated. Towards the end of the series however, Kazuki cuts Daisuke loose after finally learning Hinako's secret and that Daisuke loves her while having known all about it. She's content to just wait for Daisuke and Hinako to break up, a fate that everyone (up to and including the couple themselves) fully expects to eventually happen.
  • Noelle Silva from Black Clover. Although she denies her feelings for Asta, she gets jealous when Mimosa starts developing romantic feelings for Asta herself. She follows Asta to the mixer, going as far as working as a maid in the restaurant in order to watch him. She even follows him all the way to Nairn when he visits Rebecca. When Rebecca kisses Asta on the cheek as thanks for saving her siblings, Noelle's upset to say the least.
  • Pinoko is definitely like this in regards to Dr. Black Jack, and tends to be deliberately rude to any cute-looking woman that walks within ten feet of him, only becoming nicer once she's assured that they pose no threat. The fact that she's WAY too young for him (physically, anyway) never seems to cross her mind.
  • Bleach:
    • Played for Laughs: Chizuru is clingy and overprotective towards her Love Interest, Orihime. It doesn't matter that Orihime doesn't return her feelings or that Tatsuki keeps having to protect Orihime from her, she is stubbornly intent on "teaching" Orihime the wonders of the female "way".
    • Played for Laughs: Soifon's Undying Loyalty for Yoruichi is turned into an obsession. She is angry with Urahara for taking Yoruichi away from her, she's angry with Ichigo for being close to Yoruichi, and in slice-of-life omakes, she engages in covert measures to see Yoruichi naked that reach Stalker with a Crush levels. Anime filler takes this to even more extremes.
    • Loly and Menoly are obsessed with Aizen. When Orihime is captured, they misinterpret his interest in her as signs that she's become his new "favourite". As a result, they break into her cell, brutally beat her up and later try kidnapping and killing her. They are eventually left absolutely shaken by Orihime who, despite the abuse they heap on her, keeps trying to protect and heal them from the abuse they receive from Espada such as Grimmjow and Yammy.
    • Anime-filler only: the animators try and turn Nel into one for a single filler scene in an attempt to invent Ship Tease between Ichigo and Rukia. In canon, Nel is only clingy towards Ichigo in the way a young child clings to their protector and isn't jealous of anyone or anything.
  • A couple of examples in Bokura Wa Minna Kawaisou:
    • In episode 8, after Ritsu saves Usa from the high school students mocking him, two of the guys in the group mention they could dig the fangirls of this restaurant when they see how beautiful Ritsu looks, and one mentions working there as well. The three girls with them immediately have a gloomy look with Dull Eyes of Unhappiness on their faces as they stare at those two guys out of jealousy.
    • Ritsu begins to display some of these traits in episode 10 when Hayashi comes back to apologize to Usa. Chinatsu pointing out he's nice to all girls doesn't help things, and when he later mentions to Mayumi that his friend did visit him at the restaurant, Ritsu gets extremely irritated at him and leaves the room in anger.
  • Practically all of the main female cast in Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai exhibit this trope at one point or another towards Kodaka, the male protagonist. Him being or acting Oblivious to Love only makes it worse for them, and they're not too happy being in a Balanced Harem as well.
  • In Brave10, Isanami reveals herself to be one towards Saizo as soon as Anastasia appears. She later gains a real rival in Kamanosuke, who is himself a Crazy Jealous Guy.
  • Cardcaptor Sakura:
  • A Certain Magical Index:
    • Index herself whenever a girl takes Touma away from her.
    • Kuroko threatens Touma the moment she sees him out of suspicion over his relationship with Mikoto, telling him that if he wants to make a go at Mikoto he'll have to go through her first.
    • While she doesn't realize it, Mikoto shows signs of this too, including when she and Index first meet and Hilarity Ensues.
    • Touma's mother Shiina goes into Tranquil Fury and gives off Killing Intent whenever his father Toya interacts with another woman.
  • Citrus is a yuri manga of a relationship between two Not Blood Siblings, Mei and Yuzu with a Clingy Jealous Girl for both of them.
    • For Mei, it was the childhood friend Himeko. Ever since she saw Yuzu dash out of the chairman's room, with Mei inside, she has been dead set on separating the two as much as possible. Of course, with them being step-sisters, it's a bit of a feat to accomplish.
    • For Yuzu, it is Matsuri, an ex Girl Next Door, who came to town solely to see Yuzu and confess her feeling towards her, after discovering her booth photo with Mei and Yuzu in a Held Gaze with each other, she challenged the notion of having a relationship with one's own step-sister.
  • Shirley Fenette from Code Geass. Too sweet a character to entirely fit this trope: she's more anxiously fretful than jealously clingy — although she does get irked at Lelouch when he hangs up on her. (In his defense, he's usually hanging up on her because his life is in jeopardy at the time. Not that she'd have any way of knowing that.) Nevertheless, she spends an extraordinary amount of her time and energy worrying about him, much of it specifically wondering if he likes some other girl more than her. In the aftermath of the Battle of Narita (which at the time strikes her as remote), her concern for Lelouch's whereabouts above all else is played for laughs — until suddenly it so isn't.
  • Christine Hanakomachi from Daa! Daa! Daa! seems to have two personas hiding inside her: the meek gentle girl who adores Miyu Kozuki as a friend, and the crazy devil capable of superhuman feats that would murder anyone who tries getting "romantically close" to Kanata Saionji (namely Miyu herself, though non-intentionally). Both of them are aware of this, and have taken advantage of it. For example, in one episode the cast is shrunk, so Kanata pretends to get romantic with Miyu while standing in front of the button that will turn them back to normal size, causing Chris to attack with sufficient strength to press the button.
  • Kimihito Kurusu of Daily Life with Monster Girl is often injured because of Miia's EXTREMELY passionate affection and her inherent jealousy of the other members of his "harem." However, unlike most examples of this trope, Kimihito is often injured because Miia Does Not Know Her Own Strength (being a lamia, she's basically half-human, half-anaconda; most of her internal organs are assumed to be in her human half, so her snake half is almost pure muscle and bone). Her intentional violence is aimed at the people who actually deserve it; that is, the other girls (particularly Rachnera, who is both The Tease and The Gadfly).
  • In Deadline Summonner, Mamoru Onodera's ENTIRE harem wants to be the Main summon at all times. It doesn't really help that, in both cases, the girls are only half-human and can easily destroy them with their affections.
  • Misa Amane in Death Note, who indicates to Light that if he dates any other girls, even to throw the authorities off their own relationship, she'll kill them with her Death Note. For that matter, Kiyomi Takada later on.
  • Rin towards Kabru in Delicious in Dungeon. She rarely leaves his side and constantly gets angry and admonishes him for looking at other women, even if that wasn't his intention.
  • Deltora Quest, Jasmine to Lief in the one aspect that's surprisingly accurate to the books albeit flanderized in the anime. The wild girl gets pissed when any attractive girl flirts with Lief and gives him a Death Glare when he ogles Neridha in the manga, pretty hypocritical when she gets cozy with Dain but that's the nature of a Love Triangle.
  • Sakurako falls into this role to various extents in Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z, to the point where in one episode she deliberately changes into Sedusa so her Hyde self can take appropriate revenge when she sees Souichirou with another girl (nearly twice, but the PPGZ (in civilian guise) prevent the second occurrence, thwarting what would otherwise have been a Here We Go Again! ending).
  • Detective Conan:
    • Ran is a very sweet and kind Nice Girl who borders on All-Loving Heroine... unless she's given a reason to be jealous of a girl getting close to her Love Interest, Shinichi Kudo. Then she gets very jealous. Thankfully, her niceness tends to shine back through.
    • Kazuha Touyama is also a very cheerful and active girl, but no one shall give her reasons to think a girl's getting too close to her Love Interest Heiji Hattori either. It was Played for Laughs in her first appearance where she was hounding Ran under the belief that she was the Kudo person Heiji was so enthusiastic about, and then was greatly embarrassed when the misunderstanding was cleared.
    • In the Night Baron case, one of the attendants was a karate champion named Satoru Maeda. His girlfriend and companion, Akiko Sayama, was very clingy and jealous regarding him, at some point throwing him outta his room after she saw him oggling a really beautiful wman in a skimpy dress. Since Akiko was the Sympathetic Murderer, however, the last part was a subversion; she threw him out because she didn't want him to find evidence of the crime she had commited.
  • D.N.Angel: Mio Hio for Daisuke, but she gets over it and willingly gives him up to Riku.
  • Adelaide of Dog Days does not like Valerio's womanizing ways, and will often beat him up or shoot him if he's doing such things around her. She's also implied to be his wife since she refers to "their" grandchildren when talking about their past and Couvert calls both of them her ancestors.
  • Dragon Ball
    • Bulma towards Yamcha frequently in the early series, yelling at his fangirls to buzz off when they show up at Capsule Corp and even punching Yamcha down when she thinks he’s kissing another women (when it was actually an assassin trying to kill him). Later in Bulma gets sick of Yamcha playing the field and leaves him for Vegeta, who despite being arrogant jerkass is loyal to her.
    • Launch in her blonde form towards Tien, ever wonder why he and Chiaotzu move the world the world around so much? Launch is chasing them. She even robbed a bank just to buy food for Tien Shinhan, and falls into despair when he dies fighting the Saiyans. Launch's blue haired side on the other hand isn't interested in Tien and happily lets him go.
    • Android 18 while usually laid back still reacts very badly to any other women interacting with her husband Krillin, even knocking him down when female scientists flirt with him in Bio Broly and calls Zangya a "skank" when the latter calls Krillin "cute" in Budokai Tenkaichi. Dragon Ball Fighter Z takes this trope Up to Eleven with 18 when she overhears Krillin and Yamcha drool over Android 21 and gives a Death Glare so strong Krillin and Yamcha they can feel it from behind scaring the shit out of them.
    • Videl is a downplayed version to Gohan, probably most prominent during her high school days where she stalks Gohan and isn’t overly happy with the attention he gets from other girls. Videl matures greatly by the end of Z, hell in Super when she is shown a picture of Gohan kissing another women as blackmail Videl is completely unfazed and stands by her husband.
    • Kale in Super towards her master Caulifa.
  • Rose from Dragon Crisis! is this towards Ryuuji, in that, he tried to leave for three days, and she almost destroyed the room they were in at the time.
  • Yuka in Elfen Lied, though she attempts (and fails) to grapple with her jealousy throughout the series. The main character, Lucy, is an even greater example, as her grappling with jealousy involves murdering her romantic interest Kouta's family and sparing Yuka's life only because Kouta would hate her if she killed her.
  • Juvia Lockser of Fairy Tail is this towards her beloved "Gray-sama". She flies into a rage when she first thinks Gray is in love with Lucy (even though they've just met) and subsequently attaches herself to Gray whenever Lucy shows up. Still, as far a jealousy goes, it's much more good-natured than the norm Clingy Jealous Girl standard. Lucy being one of her best friends and there isn't a truth to Lucy trying to steal Gray away from Juvia don't help matters, either.
  • The Familiar of Zero: Louise and Siesta towards Saito, though Louise is much more extreme about it.
  • Kagura Sohma from Fruits Basket is extremely clingy toward Kyo, but doesn't hesitate to get violent. She ends up being rejected by Kyo for the main character, Tohru. In Kagura's defense, she's a friend of Tohru as well and not only does get over Kyo choosing Tohru on her own even before Kyo rejects her for the last time... although the author has also said that while Kagura might accept that Kyo chose Tohru, she will never get over him. Not to say that she won't get on with her life; she just will never stop having feelings for him..
  • Full Metal Panic!:
    • Teresa "Tessa" Testarossa is this towards Sousuke - big time. She's normally a ditzy, Moe klutz, but if anything concerns Sousuke, she gets very possessive and wily. She throws herself at him, and has been shown several times to (purposefully) sneak to where he's sleeping so she can molest him, which eventually implied to result in his habit of sleeping under the bed. And as for the "jealous" part, TSR has her chewing him out and lambasting him for his Heroic BSoD and depression over being jerked away from Kaname (whom he developed one of the few human attachments he's felt for). Ironically enough, it's suggested that Sousuke was actually put off and made to be more afraid of her due to her incredibly aggressive advances than if she had just lightened up. (Considering the only person to have had any romantic inclinations toward him was Gauron, and that he pursued Sousuke in a similarly aggressive manner, it's no surprise he's like that.)
    • Kaname acts this way towards him as well when Tessa is around in Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu.
  • Yui Meroko in Full Moon o Sagashite. Emphasis on "clingy", she's always all over Takuto, and in the beginning, won't even let him LOOK at Mitsuki for very long. Even though he's showed zero romantic interest in her, Meroko likes to announce to the world that he is "hers". She eventually matures into I Want My Beloved to Be Happy. In the manga, she's clingy and jealous over Izumi as well, although sometimes he brings it on himself, doing something to make her jealous in order to test her love for him.
  • Yuno towards Yukiteru in Future Diary. Very much so. She is perfectly willing to eliminate whatever competition she may face by any means necessary.
  • In Girls Bravo Yukinari has Lisa, Yukina, and to a lesser extent, Miharu, each vying for his affections as his harem.
  • Goshuushou-sama Ninomiya-kun: Although she tries to deny it, Reika is very much in love with and possessive of Shungo. This is made obvious, when she takes a maid job to get closer to Shungo, and her more ruthless alternate personality emerges.
  • Kirin of Gourmet Girl Graffiti finds it uncomfortable when Ryou gets a bit too close with anyone other than her. She seems a bit uncomfortable when Shiina mentions having eaten some of Ryou's cooking at school in episode 2. So she starts boasting about the food Ryou made for her when she first visited, along with when she was sick. After bringing food for Kirin's basketball match at Chapter 22, Kirin's teammates wanted to exchange emails with Ryou. Kirin immediately asked Ryou to limit her email exchanges to five.
  • Reiji (Rage) from the Gravitation manga series is a robot panda-driving Fag Hag fixated on Shuichi, even following him to America and becoming his band's manager because of this obsession.
  • Gundam
    • Rain, mildly, in Mobile Fighter G Gundam. She gets rather passive-aggressive towards Allenby once Allenby becomes the Sixth Ranger. It's exacerbated when Allenby saves Domon during a match—Rain, Domon's official partner, feels inferior in comparison.
    • Although it's part of an act at first, Flay Allster of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED is definitely this towards Kira Yamato.
    • In Mobile Suit Gundam AGE Emily gets like this... over Flit being a Gundam pilot, and sets up a challenge between him and adult Ace Pilot Woolf in hopes that Woolf will take it away from him. She also badgers Flit about leaving the Diva and finding a new place to live in a colony. This is quite understandable, however, because they're both under fifteen and she's rather concerned he's going to die in battle.
  • In Hakoiri Devil Princess, the student vice-president, Haru, becomes jealous after she saw the student president, Hayami, become involved with another girl like Maki and thought that he fell in love with latter and she got replaced by Maki as the most cutest girl in the school.
  • Fu's friend Hikaru in Hana the Fox Girl is like this towards Fu. She sees it as her duty to protect Fu from the advances of any men who might want to seduce her and she and Hana (a child) get into an argument over which of them is closer to Fu.
  • After Haruhi Suzumiya sees Kyon and Mikuru acting a bit too friendly with each other, her jealousy nearly brought about the end of the universe. In her defense, Haruhi does restrain her jealousy a lot and doesn't really intervene in these cases other than by making disguised sighs of disgust and frustration... but, given that the whole universe is hanging on her mental balance, inner frustration is everything it would take for the world to implode.
    • Haruhi does not know she's a Reality Warper. In fact, she regards the night when she was about to bring the end of the universe as a simple nightmare she had. It's a sure thing that it's much better to keep her Locked Out of the Loop...
    • Haruhi's behavior can be understood in part because Kyon is the only human being who voluntarily associates with her out of choice rather than obligation. Therefore, he's the only one who has a calming influence on her, and shall she lose him...
  • Heavy Metal L-Gaim: Amu. She never missed a chance to try to lung on The Hero Daba and cling to him with both arms and legs. When the group met Leccee she turned ballistic when Daba showed sings of being attracted to her and trust her. Her enmity did NOT improve when Leccee began to openly show that she liked Daba (it must be said that Leccee is also jealous of Amu, but she is less clingy). Cue many Cat Fights between both (some of them using mechas).
  • Subverted in Hell Teacher Nube, with Yukime the Snow Girl. First, she goes all jealous when Nuubee goes into a fancy date with his workmate Ritsuko, but another spirit who had arranged the date in the first place via her powers sees this and punishes Yukime messily and repeatedly through the second half of the episode. Some time later, Yukime kidnaps Ritsuko and attempts to kill her — but only after having been subjected to an extremely cruel Breaking Speech from her father's Poisonous Lackey, who almost manages to convince her to murder her victim and then get together with Nuubee... but Yukime not only is very unhappy about doing this, but she apologizes to Ritsuko and releases her, which ends up in Yukime's own death. She gets better, though. Finally, it's one of the rare cases where the Clingy Jealous Girl actually wins her dude's affections, but only after all of this has happened and Yukime's CJG stint is mostly done for.
  • Rias starts showing signs of this trope for a while in High School D×D. Notably, it's very out of character for her to do so, and a symptom of her strained relationship with Issei rather than garden-variety jealousy. When Issei finally confronts long-term self-worth issues and confesses to her, she mellows out considerably, to the point of fully supporting his plans on having a harem.
  • Highschool of the Dead: Rei and Saeko are subdued examples in regard to Takashi:
    • Saeko lampshaded it in chapter 6, when Rei was calling him upstairs. She explained to Takashi that girls tend to become jealous when they're not given enough attention from the guys they like, and said he should see what Rei wanted.
    • Rei is also aware that Saeko harbors feelings for him and doesn't like it when they're alone together. Shortly after Rei confessed her feelings for Takashi, at the Takagi Estate, she found Saeko outside his room and became suspicious of what she was doing there.
    • While the two are mostly civil toward each other and seem to get along, Saeko shows signs of jealousy as well. Such as when noticed how close Takashi had become to Rei, and made it a point to call him by his first name, in front of her, to get a rise out of her.
    • Amazingly, Saya mostly averts the trope, despite once having had feelings for Takashi as well. Whereas she has a strictly platonic relationship with him now. Which doesn't change until she begins to take an interest in Hirano. Such as the time she thought he was coming onto Shizuka when he asked to borrow a condom from her, causing Saya's temper and jealousy to flare until he explained what he needed it for.
  • Hori from Horimiya is one, but not in the way one might expect; she's worried that Miyamura might fall in love with another guy, not another girl.
  • Utaha and Eriri in How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend are this towards Tomoya, who is Oblivious to Love.
  • Played for Laughs with Aki and Natsumi in Inazuma Eleven, who always flip out when they see Touko gettting too close to Endou, who intentionally does that to annoy them.
  • Infinite Stratos has almost all of the girls (a minimum of five as of the Anime adaptation) be jealous with whoever is with Ichika. In fact, it's the reason why Ichika pretends to act dense since they have a nasty habit of getting violent when angry. It is no wonder fans have called this show "Ichika and the Jelly Factory."
  • Inukami!: Youko adores Keita and hates when he flirts with other girls. A typical event ends with him arrested for streaking because she teleported off his clothes in anger. Unusual for this trope in that she's a Battle Couple with him instead of an obstruction to another Love Interest.
  • In The Irregular at Magic High School, when Miyuki sees Tatsuya talking to other girls, her first reaction is to passive-aggressively ask if he's dating them (as snow whirls into existence around her). What saves her being a full-on yandere is her sincere apologies to them after Tatsuya rebukes her for being rude, and the fact that (due to Tatsuya's magical abilities) her "punishment" of him for not paying her enough attention is not fatal. This trope fades with Character Development.
  • Mayu Okada from Kaguya Hime. She is very possessive of Akira, and doesn't let men or women near her. She has a sweet appearance but will do anything to get her way, such as pretending to be sick and fainting on the spot to get attention.
  • Kaguya-sama: Love Is War:
    • Kaguya loathes if any girl tries to get close to Shirogane (with the obvious exception of his little sister). It's to the point she freaks out if he even gets friends that are girls. Ironically, when she finally meets someone else who does have a crush on him (Moeha), the two of them get along great as they both gush about what they like about him.
    • Kashiwagi is a more restrained example, but Chapter 97 reveals her to suspect her boyfriend of cheating for the smallest infractions (such as eating with and being tutored by Maki). She even goes as far as hiring a detective to observe his movements.
  • Takamiya Rina from Kaitou Saint Tail becomes so possessive that she ruthlessly blackmails, gossips and overrides commands, pulling the dirtiest tricks she can think of to get her rival out of the way. On one occasion, she even aims a rocket launcher into a room full of priceless artifacts with both rival and boy inside.
  • May Wong from Kaleido Star counts as a non-romantic (maybe) version of this, since she's very possessive of her idol and prospective partner Leon Oswald and has to compete hard with Sora to become his official partner. She also blames Sora for indirectly destroying her cherished dream to perform with her other idol, ex-Kaleidostage star Layla Hamilton. She gets better, though.
  • Azaka for Mikiya in Kara no Kyoukai. Also a version where she fully embraces a relationship with him would be Brother–Sister Incest.
  • Kare Kano: When first introduced, Tsubasa Shibahime is very clingy towards Soichiro Arima, often attacking Yukino Miyazawa, with whom Arima had a burgeoning romantic relationship. Arima, however, doesn't buy on her act and swiftly stops her from trying anything against Yukino. Tsubasa's romantic interest later shifts from Soichirou to her stepbrother Kazuma.
  • Miu of Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple gets very upset when Kenichi starts getting friendly with other girls, or visa-versa, even though she once insisted He Is Not My Boyfriend. The first time this happened with Ma Renka, Miu had no idea why she was getting so worked up.
  • Kizaki Tamayo from Kidou Tenshi Angelic Layer acts this way towards her classmate Kobayashi Koutarou. When Misaki (the main character) starts getting close to Koutarou, Tamayo's already excessive friendly-violence steps up a notch. Then again, in the manga, she acts this same way and has only one scene to suggest any romantic motives (and ends up with someone else; the anime, on the other hand, pairs her with Koutarou).
  • Hikaru in Kimagure Orange Road, competing with her best friend Madoka for Kyōsuke's affections. It's more of a childish, innocent kind of clinging, except in The Movie where the girl has a total breakdown when Kyōsuke breaks up with her and hooks up with Madoka.
  • Akane from Kitchen Princess is one for her childhood friend and crush Daichi. When he starts interacting with Najika, she becomes jealous and starts antagonizing her. Her tactics involve becoming a False Friend, doing a Wounded Gazelle Gambit or two, and attempting to drive her out of the school. She even stole a present that Daichi brought for Najika, proclaiming that he's hers, and trying to drive a wedge between her "rival" and her crush. Her behavior diminishes over time and she lets Daichi be with Najika.
  • Koharu No Hibi's eponymous Koharu is jealous of her crush, and later boyfriend, Akira's glasses. Later on she becomes one after meeting his childhood friend. She did not take well to the fact that Akira's first kiss was with said friend and not her.
  • Ritsu Tanaka from K-On! demonstrates extreme traits of this trope towards Mio in Episode 11 when Mio seems to be spending more time with Nodoka than paying attention to her.
  • In Kono Naka ni Hitori, Imouto ga Iru!, several of the girls display this trope towards Shougo, primarily Konoe and Miyabi. In one hilarious incident, both girls insist on training him to "only like girls" after they see Mizutani trying to climb on top of him in bed note  and assuming the worst.
  • Hiyori of Kotoura-san is one, especially because Manabe shows genuine interest in Haruka without the latter trying anything like she did to win his affections.
  • Love Hina:
    • Naru may say she hates Keitaro every time until they finally get together, but boy is she ever one towards him.
    • Kanako, Keitaro's stepsister, is much more obvious about her clinginess towards him, although she does eventually concede him to Naru.
  • In Maburaho, Yuna becomes one for Kazuki shortly after he turns into a ghost. She still keeps up her "I'm his wife" routine, but now with the added element of magically blasting anyone who so much as looks at him.
  • Tamami of Mahoraba Heartful Days is obsessively clingy to Kozue, and while not particularly violent, she heaps the verbal abuse on Shiratori when he and Kozue get close.
  • In Mahoromatic, both Mahoro and Shijiko act this way towards Suguru, anytime one of them is getting a little too friendly with him.
  • In Mahou Sensei Negima!, Anna "Anya" Cocolova, Negi's wizard-world friend who is seen very briefly in an early Flash Back, is very jealous about him. At least, she wants very badly to be so, but mostly sits in the hot springs and whimpers, because she's so darn intimidated by the size of a significant portion his Unwanted Harem's chests and later, by their level of combat ability, which makes her fear that Negi will forget about her in the end.
  • Shiho Munakata from Mai HIME, in regards to her "big brother" Yuuichi Tate. Shiho is an interesting case, because in the Mai-Otome Elseworld (or whatever it is) she retains all the craziness, but loses the crush—turning her from The Scrappy to an absolutely hilarious secondary character. Though others thought that Shiho was purely Demoted to Extra and lost a good part of her motivation to even be there in the plot.
  • Maken-ki!:
    • Haruko is a textbook example: she's been in love with Takeru since childhood, but refuses to admit it and will vehemently deny it if anyone asks. But if another girl shows affection towards him, or if it looks like he's reciprocating, out comes the green eyed monster. Meaning, Takeru either gets a slap, or takes a beating.
    • Downplayed in Inaho's case. Despite her feelings for Takeru, she doesn't mind if he falls for another girl, so long as it's Haruko. So when he inevitably turned her down because of his feelings for Haruko, Inaho accepted it, even though it broke her heart.
  • Out of Akito's half-dozen or so love interests in Martian Successor Nadesico, the two most successful, Megumi and Yurika, are the clingy jealous type. Fortunately for everyone involved, this never involves violence (except Akito getting Bright-slapped by Ryoko once or twice), or Yurika abusing her powers as captain to punish her rivals. Although it's possible that that just didn't occur to her.
    • Megumi's jealousy and clinginess took awhile to set in, but once it did, it effectively murdered her chances of getting Akito's affection at all. She actually does gets the seeds of a serious relationship started, but she destroyed it all by trying to take things too far, which utterly repulsed him. Trying to get him to leave the crew of the Nadesico to their fate when they were in trouble didn't help either.
  • Poor Jiro from Mayo Chiki! has at least 3 girls who exhibit this trope. All 3 are pretty violent as well, and often beat him up when they suspect he's getting too close to the other ones, and a 4th girl who likes to tease him about it.
  • Sayaka from Mazinger Z fell into this trope whenever a beautiful girl started hanging around Kouji: Hitomi, Erika, Misato... The most egregious example, though, is "Minerva X", a Sentient Mecha that loves Mazinger Z and is openly jealous of Sayaka's Aphrodite A.
  • Amagi Michal from Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch is fiercely possessive of Kaito once she saves him, but she's also a Lonely Rich Kid AND an Ill Girl, so no violence here — she'd probably collapse.
  • In Medaka Box, Medaka acts this way towards her childhood friend Zenkichi, and will usually either hit or lecture him if he seems too interested in another girl.
  • Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid:
    • Tohru doesn't like it when Kobayashi spends any time with guys or too much with other dragons besides Kanna. She's not happy with Kobayashi mentoring her rival, Elma.
    • Saikawa tends to act this way when other people that are around her her age (be it fellow classmates, Shouta, or Chloe) whenever they have a moment with Kanna. In the case of Shouta, she does it even when she fully knows that Shouta would never approach Kanna in that manner, making it an irrational response of hers.
  • Ochaco Uraraka in My Hero Academia clearly doesn't like it when her crush Midoriya gets attention from other females. However, since she has trouble accepting her own feelings for him, she doesn't actually break into angry fits or anything, and most of the time she's just too shocked to actually react.
  • My Love Story!!:
    • Rinko Yamato is so head over heels for Takeo that she finds it bewildering that Takeo isn't more popular with girls. She gets very nervous and competitive when she gets so much as an inkling (real or not) that other girls may be interested in him, such as Saijou in episode 15.
    • Suna's sister, Ai, has also loved Takeo since they were kids, but planned to wait until they were older so the age difference between them wouldn't be as much of an issue. She takes it badly when she learns Takeo has a girlfriend, going so far as to track them down with GPS at the park. She ultimately steps aside for Takeo and Yamato.
  • Naruto:
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion:
    • Asuka is this around Ryōji Kaji and Shinji Ikari (notice her particular agitation towards Rei). This is bumped up in many of the alternate universes.
    • Ritsuko also exhibits traces of this behavior towards Rei, whom she fears after the latter starts spending a lot of time with/and earning the favor of her old lover Gendo Ikari.
    • Interestingly, when Armisael merges with Unit 00 in the manga, the Other Rei tells Rei that while she may not outwardly show it or be fully aware of it, she has some of this towards Shinji as well. It goes on to say that she gets jealous whenever Shinji visits Asuka in the infirmary after her Mind Rape, and that deep down she has a selfish desire to have him all to herself which stems from her loneliness (that parallels to Asuka telling she wants to have Shinji all for herself).
  • In New Game!, Rin shows signs of this by being upset at how close Aoba and Kou have gotten at the Ski Resort. When Kou gets sick and needs to be taken care of, Rin becomes all too happy to play nursemaid.
  • Miyuki from Nurse Angel Ririka SOS already hated Ririka for being a "barbarian", but when the Foreign Exchange Student Kanou became close to her it gave her even less of a reason to like her.
  • Ojojojo: It rarely comes up (since most people think Tsurezure is a weirdo and those who know better ship him with Haru anyways) but Haru is incredibly possessive of Tsurezure. Akane (Haru's best friend) once made a joke about the possibility of Tsuruzure cheating on Haru with her, and Haru immediately turned into a Sinister Silhouette.
  • Almost every member of the Unwanted Harem in Omamori Himari is a Clingy Jealous Girl. The only exception is the Meido tea-cup spirt Lizlet.
  • Ichika from Onee-chan ga Kita acts in this way towards her Not Blood Siblings brother Tomoya. She gets jealous of Fujisaki, a female classmate that he likes. In another episode, after he stares at her friend Marina's breasts, Ichika hilariously slaps her friend's breasts out of jealousy.
  • One Piece:
    • Zombie Warthog Lola in Thriller Bark towards Absalom, the only thing that distracted her from constantly trying to marry him was his instance that he was going to marry Nami. Big mistake as Lola went full on Yandere and tried to kill Nami in response (she even ripped up her bounty poster) fortunately Nami managed to befriend Lola and become eternally grateful towards her when Lola saved from Abasalom's second attempt to marry Nami.
    • Hancock is jealous of the women in Luffy's crew (who she's never so much as seen, only having heard their names), and fears that Luffy will choose them over her (not that it's likely to happen).
    • Charlotte Praliné, one of Big Mom's daughters, is... unhappy when she believes that her husband Aladdin (Jimbei's Number Two among the Sun Pirates) might leave her. Aside of being clingy, however, she does really love him and has said that she'd choose him over her mother any day. And she means it, as she stays by him even when the Sun Pirates join Bege and his crew's plot to assassinate Big Mom.
    • Charlotte Pudding initially thought Sanji was pathetic and was very eager to kill him at their Arranged Marriage but after Sanji said some choice words about her Third Eye, Pudding could no longer kill him despite her best efforts and she was also visibly displeased to see Sanji hold another woman (Nami) in his arms. In the anime even after her Heel–Face Turn Pudding gets dreadfully jealous of Chiffon (a married woman) feeding Sanji her cooking.
  • Oreimo:
    • Kirino acts this way towards her brother Kyousuke. She gets extremely irritated anytime his childhood friend Manami spends time with him. In one incident, Kirino even goes so far as to put porn mags and an Eroge game on in his room as he's about to bring her to it, which hilariously backfires when Manami seems more interested that Kyousuke seems to prefer Meganekko girls (as evidenced by the mags and the girl in the game), than the fact that he is playing eroge games and has porn openly laying about.
    • Kuroneko, Ayase, and Kanako, three of Kirino's friends, also act this way towards Kyousuke in the later novels and during season 2 of the anime. The former likes to wonder what exactly the other two are doing with him in the first place, while the other two wonder why the former is visiting him since she broke up with him after dating him for a short while.
    • Oh boy. This is definitely cranked Up to Eleven during Kyousuke's housewarming party. When Kanako comes over to give him his lunch she cooked for him(note: this is only the second time, but she's acting as if like she's done it for ages), Kyousuke angrily comes down to tell her off, but then Ayase and Kirino come down and start screaming at Kanako for coming over and giving Kyousuke a lunch. They both looked like lions!! Then when Kanako lies that Kyousuke is her boyfriend, well, Ayase, in a fit of jealousy of all things, gives Kyousuke the classic karate kick to the face.
  • In Oreshura, Eita's childhood friend Chiwa does not take the news that he's dating Masuzu, the most popular girl at school, very well. Made worse by the fact that Masuzu uses Black Mail to force him to date her, and threatens to release embarrassing things he wrote in a notebook years earlier on the internet if he tries to reveal the masquerade.
  • Alice of Pandora Hearts for Oz. She calls Oz her "property" and frequently gets jealous if Gil interacts with him. The reverse applies too.
  • Panzer World Galient: Chururu gets very angry when beautiful women like Hilmuka are around Jordy.
  • Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure has all the girls noticeably show this trait towards Kazuki. However D Rei's Expy clings to him the most.
  • Peach Girl: Sae to whoever attracts her "interest", though it can be argued that she just acts clingy and lovestruck because she is trying to undermine Momo; as well as Jigoro towards Sae. Both Kairi and Toji have displayed certain aspects of this behavior, all of it directed towards Momo; Momo herself is this way towards both Toji and Kairi as well at times.
    • Kairi has a trio of obsessive Clingy Jealous Girls who once attacked Momo and threatened to set her on fire if she continued taking up Kairi's attention.
  • Let's say every girl in The Pet Girl of Sakurasou has signs of this.
    • Mashiro
      • In Episode 7, after seeing Sorata take a piece of rice off Yuuko's face, she puts one on hers, prompting Nanami to take that off. A moment later, Sorata sees both Yuuko and Mashiro putting pieces of rice on their face.
      • In Episode 8, she decides to stay in his room after he says Nanami would get upset seeing her in there. Later, she seems annoyed that Sorata compliments Nanami's bikini, but won't do the same for hers.
      • In Episode 9, when she saw Rita lying on top of Sorata, her only interactions with him for the next few hours was calling him "idiot" each time they pass each other. Later, after clearing things up, she invites Rita — whom she previously kicked out the dorm — to sleep in her room to prevent a repeat of said incident.
    • Nanami
      • She refuses to talk to Sorata during the first half of Episode 2 due to some out-of-context dialogue regarding Sorata being Mashiro's "first", at least until Mashiro clears it up.
      • Again in Episode 5 upon moving to Sakura Dormitory because she wanted to see what kind of relationship Mashiro and Sorata had, after Mashiro discussed said relationship in a way that made it sound like "dating".
    • Misaki also has a bit of this when she sees Jin and Mashiro standing in front of a love hotel in episode 3.
    • Yuuko spent the entire Episode 7 doing this. She almost instantly disliked Mashiro and Nanami for taking up most of her brother's time, though she eventually softens up to Mashiro after she comes to understand the latter's condition.
    • "Maid", an Artificial Intelligence designed by Ryuunosuke. When Rita started showing affection for Ryuunosuke, the latter, ever the gynophobic, chooses to spare himself the inconvenience of having to directly communicate with Rita by having "Maid" filter all her messages and love letters... who proceeds to start an online Flame War with her.
    • In episode 9, both Nanami and Mashiro seem a bit upset at Sorata when they see Rita on top of him in his room when Nanami goes to wake him up for school.
    • For a non-human example: Hikari (Sorata's first cat) may actually be this to Sorata even. It greatly dislikes Mashiro, who it may perceive to be a rival. But it's implied in the finale when Mashiro and Sorata have an Almost Kiss which Hikari interrupts by scratching Sorata's face. Mashiro suspects the cat was jealous, which is further supported by its angry reaction to Mashiro's kiss on Sorata's cheek.
  • Koboshi of Pita-Ten often gets very jealous and infuriated when Misha glomps Kotarou, and just as often is shown contemplating her chances with Kotarou and whether Misha is getting more attention from him, particularly when Kotarou won't push the angel away and just lets her hang there.
  • Pokémon:
    • Ash's Chikorita and Aipom had crushes on him and at first didn't take his bond with Pikachu very well. Oshawott would count as this too, but it's male.
    • Misty also counts. She has shown a lot of jealousy towards girls that hit on Ash, Melody from the second movie being the biggest example.
    • Downplayed in the earlier seasons of XY with Serena, who only showed uneasiness, fear, and worry whenever she thought Ash was interested in another girl. However, encounters with her rival, Miette, tend to invoke this trope as Miette attempts to get this type of reaction from her by teasing her of how she'd take Ash for herself if Serena doesn't act quickly on her feelings for him.
  • In the Pretty Sammy series, Haida is this to Hiroto in spite of the fact that the latter has never once condoned this.
  • Although it is debated among fans whether her motives are romantic or not, C-ko Kotobuki is this to A-ko Magami in Project Ako.
  • From Ranma ½ the Ranma's suitors all display one degree or another of this behavior — all of it focused on Ranma.
    • Akane. Just thinking Ranma is with another girl is enough for her to beat him up.
    • Shampoo. Given Shampoo's violent and protective behaviour, she views anyone who attempts to get between her and Ranma as an "obstacle" which must be removed (or killed).
    • Kodachi. She has tried to hurt Akane multiple times. Also she is unaware of Ranma's curse and views his same-gendered form (the girl) as a rival for the affections of his opposite-gendered form (the boy).
    • Ukyo. In the manga. Perfectly willing to attack those without martial arts skills if they get too close to Ranma, most notably Nabiki during her stint as Ranma's fiancée and masterminding the attack against Miss Hinako for "using her position as a teacher to seduce Ranma".
  • Nanami Kiryuu from Revolutionary Girl Utena is fixated on her brother Touga. Also Kozue for her brother Miki. She's extremely possessive of Miki to the point where she physically hurts anyone who tries to hurt or "steal" him. And to a lesser extent there's Wakaba towards Utena.
  • In Rosario + Vampire every girl in Tsukune's Unwanted Harem acts like this towards Tsukune to varying degrees (most notably Yukari and Kurumu).
  • Rurouni Kenshin: At first, Kaoru was very jealous of Megumi, who was better than she was at the traditional female tasks. Sometime before the start of the Kyoto they move past this and become friends. For instance, see Megumi snap Kaoru out of her Heroic BSoD when Kenshin leaves her for Kyoto. One of the reasons Megumi cites to push Kaoru to go after him is that Kenshin said goodbye to her and not to Megumi, which can be seen as her accepting that she had lost.
  • Usagi, Fish Eye, Ann, Beryl, and arguably, Chibiusa act in such a manner towards Mamoru in Sailor Moon. Also, Rei in regards to Mamoru and Tuxedo Kamen at times; as well as Emerald whenever Prince Diamond is around or even mentioned. Ann and Ali even act like this towards each other. On the male side there is Prince Diamond and Ali both clingy around Usagi and also Umino acts like this in regards to Naru.
    • In Usagi's case, it's less about being super obsessive and more about her own immaturity and childishness, specially compared to Mamoru who takes stuff in stride. Also, it's kinda zig-zagging: on one episode she was VERY jealous of Rei when Mamoru had to spend some days in the Hikawa shrine since his apartment was under repairs, but on another she completely dismissed Chibi-Usa's claims and distress over Mamoru's kouhai Saori who had a HUGE crush on him.
    • This is made a plot point in the Super S movie: at some point Usagi asks Mamoru if he loves Chibi-Usa better and is confused by his reply, then realizes something strange is going on...
    • Also one-time character Janelyn was this to her boyfriend/partner Misha because she was forcibly turned into a Youma alongside him. Once they're debrainwashed, she stops acting that way... but not before seeing Misha train and get along well with Makoto sends her over the edge and attacks them both.
  • Momo in Saki. After learning that Hisa was now on a First-Name Basis with her girlfriend, Yumi after the two played Mahjong for most of a night (although Hisa's saying "let's do it again today" didn't help), she spent the rest of the training trip shooting death glares at Hisa whenever they crossed paths.
  • This trope kicks off Sakura Trick's plot; as after moving to high school, Haruka, a bit of a loner, started to get jealous of her friend Yuu's popularity. They decided to do something special to keep their relationship special—in this case, The Big Damn Kiss.
  • School Days:
    • Sekai Saionji and Kotonoha Katsura. Very, very, much so. Although, they both differ on how they express their affections towards Makoto and jealousy towards anyone who might take his attention away from them: Sekai gets angry with Makoto, while Kotonoha goes in passive-aggressive denial.
    • Otome Katou, who was already a bully Alpha Bitch to Kotonoha and became even worse when Kotonoha started dating Makoto. She gets to the point that she tackles Makoto in a secret spot and has sex with him — when he was dating Sekai behind Kotonoha's back.
  • Eri Sawachika from School Rumble. Also deconstructed, as her jealousy brings her genuine trouble and almost wrecks her friendships with Mikoto and Tenma. Her more distant friendship with Tenma's sister Yakumo was destroyed over their common interest in Harima, after all.
  • In the first episode for Seiken Tsukai No World Break Ranjou gets irritated when Urushibara steals Moroha's First Kiss in front of her.
  • Momoka from Sgt. Frog fits this trope perfectly. She makes a satellite to spy on Fuyuki's time in the manga, pretends to drown just to get a kiss from him, and buys an island and builds a hotel just to get closer to him. Granted, these are more like typical gambits to get closer to him dialed up to Up to Eleven levels due to her money, but add to that her subconscious Anti!Momoka who gets jealous of everyone around Fuyuki - including his sister - and she definitely falls under this trope.
  • In Shinozaki-san Ki wo Ota Shika ni!, Akina tends to react badly when people get close to Kaede, or Kaede does her normal glomping to others.
  • In Shoujotachi Wa Kouya O Mezasu, Yuuka shows shades of this once she has a Love Epiphany, getting mad at him for no apparent reason and hitting him from time to time when he's with the other girls.
  • Kaede from SHUFFLE! is an odd example. It wasn't Rin hanging out with other girls that caused her to snap but that he was hanging out with other girls and excluding her.
  • Chocolat and Tira in Sorcerer Hunters will punish the hell out of Carrot for so much as looking at or attracting the slightest bit of attention from a woman who isn't them.
  • Miu from Strawberry Marshmallow reacts like this whenever Nobue shows too much attention or admiration for one of the other three girls—which happens regularly. It's likely non-romantic, although with Miu all bets are off.
  • Kojou Akatsuki suffers from several girls with this affliction in Strike the Blood. The girl that he partners with the most, Yukina Himeragi, really hates it when he spends too much time with the other girls, especially when she isn't around to observe him.
  • Mio is very jealous in episode 2 of The Testament of Sister New Devil after Yuki, a childhood friend of Basara, gives him The Glomp when he transfers into their school. She tries to forcibly separate the two, is in a foul mood and refuses to speak to him for much of the rest of the day as a result.
  • Asago in Tokyo Crazy Paradise is like this towards Ryuji to the point of shooting Tsukasa's brothers when she admits her feelings for Ryuji.
  • To Love-Ru. Oh yes indeed. For those of you who like names, Run's two halves to Rito and Lala respectively. Although the male half gets forgotten as time goes on.
  • In Umi Monogatari, Urin is this towards Marin, becoming jealous and scared about Kanon's intrusion and worried it will shatter their sisterly bond. Justified since she's a little girl.
  • In episode 4 of Unlimited Fafnir, both Iris and Mitsuki seem a little angry at Yuu when they see Tear clinging onto him constantly.
  • Urusei Yatsura:
    • Lum in regards to her "husband" Ataru Moroboshi. In her defense, she wouldn't care if he looked at other girls; she just wants him to stop throwing himself at every woman he sees.
    • Ryōko Mendō, aimed at her brother Shūtarō and his arch rival Tobimarō who is TERRIFIED of her for the exact same reason Shūtarō is.
  • Merle in The Vision of Escaflowne is clingy and jealous with respect to Van, whence her sometimes-Friendly Rivalry with Hitomi. She gives this up once it becomes apparent Hitomi just can't be beat in Van's heart.
  • Momoko from Wandering Son displays this behavior toward her childhood friend Chizuru and often acts very upset when Chizuru pays more attention to other people. Still, Momoko is not above giving Chizuru a piece of her mind when she thinks her friend has done something stupid to other people—which is quite often.
  • In When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace, every single one of the girls in the Literature Club get incredibly jealous after Student Council President Mirei gives Andou a Love Confession after misinterpreting a letter he wrote to her as a love letter. They refuse to talk to him and attempt to ignore him until he clears up the misunderstanding to Mirei.
  • Yubel from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX is apparently a clingy jealous hermaphrodite... dragon... demon... person. Uh. They are also a body swapping parasite that's jealous of all the Ho Yay going around.
  • Several cases in the manga Zekkyou Gakkyuu (each chapter is a short horror story). The greatest examples are:
    • Bloody Valentine In which the girl Misaki is dating a guy, Naoyuki, but starts to receive letters threatening her and also notices a creepy girl looking at her from afar. On Valentines Day, the girl confronts Misaki and the guy approaches them... Then it's revealed that it was all in Misaki's head. The letters were made by Misaki and she was giving them to the girl who was Naoyuki's girlfriend and who she had hurt to the point she was wearing a bandage over her eye. When Misaki confessed, Naoyuki had rejected her but she was unable to cope with it, so she truly believed that they were dating.
    • The Sacrifice Club , Ayuko was so jealous of Yuuka being friends with the guy she liked that she was willing to follow an ancient ritual from a legend to make Yuuka disappear. The way she smiles at Yuuka while performing the ritual is one of the most chilling images ever.
  • In Zettai Karen Children, Aoi, Kaoru, and Shiho, the three main girls of the show, do not like it at all when their supervisor, Minamoto, doesn't pay enough attention to them, or worse, is with another woman. Even if it was against his will...


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