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was from Dash Kappei, a series parodying sports manga, it spoofs the notion that sports manga protagonists are considered heroic just for being good at sports, with the main character Kappei Sakamoto, whose only good at sports, but otherwise is an idiotic, obnoxious, selfish, disgusting and leecherous prick. But since it's a parody it probably doesn't count.
rac7d wrote:goku ,yuske
In the manga, while he really was an idiot at the start, once he became an adult, Goku was mostly really level-headed and quick to grasp stuff. It was Toei's anime version that added so many scenes where he's basically a 4 year old in the body of an adult.
As for Yuske, he's impatient, impulsive and careless, but I'd argue he's among the smartest shounen protagonists.
Seriously does this look like an idiot to you?
I don't think so.
Randori wrote:Yusuke Urameshi from Yu Yu Hakusho. He started as a complete prick (still is, though) but after saving a kid from a car accident, he died, did some good deeds, and he became a Spirit Detective! And he's a big idiot (he even says he's proud of having a 13% in a test with Kuwabara having a 12%).
That's more him being a deliquent and underachiever, it's made pretty clear that if he bothered to learn he'd probably be pretty decent at school. Whereas Kuwabara probably already gave it his all.
Light10s wrote:I've watched and read DC Universe and Marvel i had not seen anyone who fit the description of Idiot. they were all perfect.
Rather than perfect I think you mean idealized. If that's the issue, the 3rd Ant-Man Eric O'Grady, was of average intelligence and was a loathsome, selfish crook who only did good to impress/be accepted by others.
Sadly, the character didn't take-off. Mostly due to using Hank Pym's iconic moniker, and comic book readers being touchy about "legacy tainting".