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"Soul Eater" (2008) More at IMDbPro »"Sôru îtâ" (original title)

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young man grabs womens' breasts because he is obsessed with symmetry and gets mad because their breasts are not symmetrical .

Large amount of brooding violence. Often very brutal for a TV-14 show.

The opening scene in the first episode shows a girl being cornered by a Kishin Egg ( an enemy not yet a full Kishin), the Kishin Egg cuts her open ( seen by shadows, the real act is not shown), and is seen next to her corpse shortly afterwards ( slightly obscured by a building but a puddle of blood is still visible). The same Kishin Egg starts chasing another girl and is about to kill her, but he is interrupted.

A character has 'Black Blood' in his body, whenever he/she bleeds he can harden the blood outside to stab other characters. Sometimes a blood rejection occurs and several black spikes start protruding out his body in a painful matter. Afterwards he/she is seen fine. This only happens once.

ENGLISH SUBTITLES: Sh*t is used often, f-word little to none, but of course, depends on the translator.

ENGLISH DUB: Damn, screw you, and ass variations are the most common offensive words in the English dub.

Stein is a chain smoker.

Spirit is an alcoholic.

Parents need to know that the show's tones change throughout. The first episode contains obvious fanservice, but later episodes have mature psychological elements.

Intended to be a horror action anime, which means lots of scary scenes. However since comedy is thrown in from time to time it gets less intense.

Some fights can be intense and dark.

Crona's disturbing personality in earlier episodes may be unsettling for some viewers.

In one of the final episodes, Maka is in extreme pain and releases several fairly terrifying screams as an antagonist continues to crush her chest.

Many characters later on get so consumed by anger/madness (ex: a character's friend supposedly dies) so much that they lose control of themselves.

Suggested MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for violence and fightening moments, sexual situations, and language.

Australia:M / Canada:14A (Manitoba/Nova Scotia) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) (VHS/DVD rating) / Germany:16 (episodes 1-13) / Germany:12 (episodes 14-51) / New Zealand:M / Singapore:NC16 / South Korea:15 / UK:15 / UK:12 (some episodes) / USA:TV-14

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