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Afro Samurai is the titular main protagonist of the anime and manga series with the same name. He is voiced by Samuel L. Jackson, who also voiced his thought-form sidekick Ninja Ninja.
The former holder of the title "Number Two," Afro is out to hunt down Justice, the man who killed his father for the rank of "Number One." From the time he was a child, Afro honed his skills as a swordsman; his style typically consists of wielding his sword with only his right hand while his left continues to hold on to his sheath, although during his fight with Jinno, he held his sword with both hands to compensate for Jinno's dual wielding speed. He is a very quiet individual, likely because the life of the "Number Two" does not allow him to have any close relationships with anyone, so when approached by others he says very little, if anything. Although he seems cold, he is still haunted by his memories and past relationships; Justice later remarks that Afro, like his father, is still "soft inside." He also has a fondness for lemonade.
Afro's attire consists of the "Number Two" headband passed on to him in the series. He also wears a white shirt resembling a kimono shirt and dark brown baggy pants (in a style looking like a mix between 70's bell bottom pants and japanese hakama pants.) In the video game they are more blueish and appear to be made from cotton jean material. He wears a pair of japanese geta (a type of Japanese clogs or wooden sandals) that seem to be modified with some sort of rubber cushion on the bottom. He has a pair of golden (or similar material) bracelets and a pair of earrings. Beyond that he's rarely seen without his sword, passed on to him from his father. His sword, much like the rest of his outfit, is modified from a traditional Japanese design, featuring a large wooden board-like guard as well as a silver pendant on a long chord hanging from the pommel.