I started watching
Look how I turned out.
It’s not like I’m out here doing heinous sh*t because I was out of the “age range”.
I say all that to say age ratings and content is more about the person, rather than the age group. Not to mention a person’s maturity.
This is more of a thing in the WEST. Keep this in mind while reading the post.
With all that said, here’s some
Let’s get to it.
1. Elfen Lied
Blood is splattered like squirting ketchup onto chips at the dinner table. As for the plot, it’s about Lucy.
She’s a diclonius. A creation of sorts that has vectors capable of ripping anything to pieces. After escaping her labaorotary, she’s being hunted down by the government who now deem her as a “threat”.
It’s a depressing series in some ways.
Throughout this horror series, there’s themes that involve:
- Child abuse.
- Obscene violence.
- And STRONG language (especially in the Dub)
Making it “not” safe for minors.
2. Corpse Princess
Corpse Princess (Shikabane Hime) is about demons, humans, and the main character called Makina Hoshimura.
She’s on a mission to slay demons in the hopes of being “freed”. This is based on a belief that killing 100 Shikabane will achieve this.
It’s not the most violent series but it definitely qualifies.
It has similarities to D. Gray Man, Soul Eater, and other
3. School Days
Looks like a “happy”
The premise is about a relationship between the main characters. And how sour it turns out later.
When you realize there’s a Yandere in this anime, it becomes clear as what’s to be expected from the violence.
Themes running throughout this short series:
- Cheating in a relationship.
- Sickening violence.
4. Peach Boy Riverside
Peach Boy Riverside is an
While there is fun and silly moments, there are savagely brutal moments that showcase violence we’ve yet to see in 2021.
With the exception of a few
5. Psycho Pass
Psycho Pass is a police series set in a futuristic timeline. Robots run most of society, and humans aid them by helping them function and so on.
One particular part of this society the
A police gun called a “dominator” can measure a person’s mental health, and through AI, it decides whether the person is a threat or not.
The violence and brutality is clear from the first episode.
6. A Sister’s All You Need
This is one of those
In the case of this series, it’s more than likely gonna drive you away (as far as letting minors watch it).
You get a naked Loli on top of her brothers bed as he wakes up (incest). Easy to see why it’s on the list.
7. Redo Of Healer
Redo Of Healer has to be on a list like this. It’s arguably the most politically incorrect series ever made. And the most graphic and so called “edgy”.
Keyaru, a male teenager, is r*ped by Princess Flare. She also abuses, tortures, and drugs Keyaru for personal gain.
Years later he gets revenge, one of the things being r*pe. An eye for an eye as the saying goes.
Even in the censored version of this
Not exactly the
8. Attack On Titan
Attack On Titan is an OG at this point. And should go down as a classic if it hasn’t already.
It’s about a lot, but in simple terms it’s about humanity’s struggle for survival against the titans. They build walls to protect themselves, but that literally comes crumbling down eventually.
Many kids and “minors” have watched this and it’s no secret. Just like with other
Technically speaking though, there’s enough:
- Tragic moments
And horror in general for let’s say, a parent to “think twice” about it. More so in the west.
9. Tokyo Ghoul
The thing about this horror series though:
- The violence is enough to make you cringe.
- The savagery can get disturbed.
- It can be visually uncomfortable.
And isn’t the first
10. Boku No Pico
This really needs no introduction, and it’s on this list for a reason.
The first thing you’ll hear fans sarcastically recommend to “beginners” is Boku No Pico.
Those who naively watch it under this impression end up regretting it!
To simplify it, this series is “little boy” Yaoi Hentai. Or Shoto. It’s probably the most famous one, but it’s not even close to being the worst.
11. Ishuzoku Reviewers
Ishuzoku Reviewers (Interspecies Reviewers) is basically 2 friends going around to brothels, f*cking the women, and leaving a review of their experiences.
Might sound grimy but that’s what it is.
In this world the girls are “monster” girls of all kinds.
And every other fetish you can imagine.
It’s a guilty pleasure anime series no matter how you look at it.
12. Seitokai Yakuindomo
The lengths it goes to is similar to Gintama, except in a lewd, sexual context.
Shino Amakusa is the source of the
The other two relatively normal characters (also main characters) add a balance to everything that goes down.
13. World’s End Harem
The main character who’s a guy is on a mission to make as many women pregnant as possible.
There’s a good reason. Pretty much all the men were wiped out by a disease, so desperate times call for desperate measures, as they say.
Being an Ecchi series with a cheeky plot, it’s not just an
It releases later in 2021.
14. Mirai Nikki
Mirai Nikki (translates to Future Diary) is an
You have an unstable girl called Yuno who’s a Yandere. And her captive (pretty much) by the name of Amano.
Opinions are split on this
Few if any
Akame Ga Kill.
- Kiss x Sis.
- Bio Hunter.
- To Love Ru.
- Black Lagoon.
- Gyo Tokyo Fish Attack.