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The Japanese uncut version has mild clevage at moments and can be mildly inappropriate with slight sexual references, but nothing too bad. The monsters sometimes have clevage or bare breasts but no nipples or anything else. The American version censors anything like this.


The Japanese has mild blood at times and has some disturbing moments. The series can be somewhat gruesome, but would be fine for PG-13. Monsters get sliced into pieces, but no gore is shown. Characters do get killed, but it is usually mild comapred to anime like One Piece, Dragon Ball Z, and Fairy Tail.

Violence is mild in the American version. It is completely censored.


The profanity is somewhat heavy. "Damn", "Bitch", "Hell", and "Crap" are said often, but "shit" can be said infrequently, depending on the group that is subtitling.


Very mild in the Japanese version. Some characters smoke or drink, but it is rare and isn't heavy at all.


The scenes aren't very intense or scary and should be fine to show your teens. The Japanese is a bit more intense, but it isn't too bad.

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