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#384 - arijan
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(09/09/2012) [-]
Well, the main difference would be actually the amount of action and brutality.
You really can't let a child watch Anime and other cartoons, because that certainly isn't the same, because Japanese people kind of already get their kids used to the weird **** going on these days.

I really can't name many Anime's that are actually underage-friendly for the most of time. Lucky Star and Ouran Highschool come to my mind, and maybe others, but most of time it's either weird, ecchi-filled or brutal.
User avatar #403 to #384 - jonluw
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(09/09/2012) [-]
Usagi drop.
Crayon Shin-chan
All of Studio Ghibli's films
Unko san
Kirby of the stars
#407 to #403 - hjgduyhwsgah
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(09/09/2012) [-]
The original Dragonball is kind of, but that's the edited version that cuts out Bulma flashing at Master Roshi and all that. And DBZ has a lot of brutality as well now that I think of it.
User avatar #404 to #403 - jonluw
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(09/09/2012) [-]
Anime isn't some sort of "adults only media".
The Japanese produce cartoons for all age groups, including children, and family friendly series.
Just because you don't get exposure to particular genres does not mean they don't exist.
User avatar #441 to #404 - animedudej
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(09/30/2012) [-]
liek tokyo mew mew i guess
User avatar #412 to #404 - arijan
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(09/09/2012) [-]
Yeah, true, but I didn't say they don't exist, did I?
What I want to say is, there is a lot more of the adult-kind out there, or maybe that's only a first impression.
User avatar #422 to #412 - jonluw
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(09/09/2012) [-]
The reason you see more of the adult oriented stuff is that you're not a kid living in Japan, simple as that.