Anime and Kids

There are have been so many comments about anime saying things like ‘anime is for kids’. Alright, next time I’m babysitting your two year old, we’ll sit down, grab some popcorn, and watch the latest episode of Shingeki no Kyojin. Seriously. If you find someone who thinks that anime and manga series are only for kids, show them Attack on TitanHigh School of the Dead, or Kill La Kill. That’ll change their mind in an instance.

Nowadays, anime is definitely made for an older audience. Even though the early Dragonball series, NarutoYu-Gi-Oh, and Pokemon are pretty child-friendly, the later installations of such anime contain more mature themes that children either shouldn’t watch, or wouldn’t understand. A good example of this would be the later Dragonball series and Naruto Shippuden.

Have you ever seen Attack on Titan? Watch that anime before you say that anime is ‘for kids’. Have you ever seen Boku no PikuMy Loveprize in ViewfinderKiss x SisKoi Kaze? Oh yeah, these are definitely child-friendly anime (don’t actually show these to a child…ever.

There’s more to anime than just big eyes and proportional boobs. Think about that before you say something.

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15 thoughts on “Anime and Kids

    1. OMG! That’s hilarious, but, not for your sister. Don’t, if you haven’t yet, watch Boku no Piku. You see, I didn’t know what it was or was about before I was literally watching it. That’s what I get for listening to YouTube comments.

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                1. I know! It’s like…how the hell do you even let your kid enough freedom to…do something like…THAT? Lol, I wouldn’t want to know that my kid’s doing that at any age, let alone twelve.

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    1. I’ve actually had a lot of people tell me that anime is for kids. I’ve seen a lot of comments about it, posts and such, so maybe you haven’t heard it but that doesn’t mean people don’t think that.

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