My Hero Academia

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wildspaghett
As a kid Shigaraki accidentally kills his pet dog.
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Does a cat die?
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themagnificentstorm
(MANGA SPOILERS) As a child, Himiko Toga killed a bird due to her fascination with blood.
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themagnificentstorm
No animal abuse occurs on screen. However, Nezu (a sentient mouse with a Quirk and the principal of the school) was reportedly experimented on in the past, and it caused him to develop a sadistic side (which we see during his fight with Mina and Denki).
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Brenna Coyne
Himiko Toga uses a syringe while she fights.
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wildspaghett
Yes there are tons in the manga.
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themagnificentstorm
One episode involves Present Mic getting assaulted by a group of bugs travelling from underground, and they end up covering his entire body. It's not extremely important, so skipping this particular scene is optional.
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Ezra4
endeavor exists
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bripmccann
At one point, a character does see some sort of apparitions, but they're not really ghosts.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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ElizabethGiacobbi
There is a very minor character with snake hair.
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wildspaghett
Shigaraki’s sister is killed in the manga
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themagnificentstorm
A 5 year old boy named Kota lost his parents when they fought against a particularly strong villain.
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Moominland
The character Magne, a trans women, is killed in a violent way. The villain Overhaul uses his quirk on her, which makes her explode in a bloody way.
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anonamus
The protagonist regularly breaks his bones due to uncontrollable superstrength, especially early on. This is often shown in fairly graphic detail
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Moominland
No, but theres a scene in the first episode where the character Katsuki Bakugou tells the main character Izuku Midoriya to kill himself
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wildspaghett
In the manga a villain is dropped from the sky and falls too their death in a fight
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theconsultingtribute
One of the main villains has a tic that results in him scratching his neck. The more upset he gets, the more he scratches. There are a couple shots that show red lines, depicting that he's hurt himself. Though not cutting in the usual way, I'd definitely still be wary.
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BenjiB
It’s in the overhaul arc, more like steroids then anything else I can Relate it to but that still counts
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kurogirii
Bakugo vomits when he gets punched in the stomach by All Might during the Exams arc. It's definitely not depicted as sparkly rainbows that time, both in the anime and manga. Additionally a younger Todoroki and Shigaraki are seen vomiting in flashbacks.
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themagnificentstorm
Todoroki was put through very harsh training as a child, and at one point his mother threw boiling water at him. This has affected him greatly, even as a teenager. Also worth noting: in the manga, a major villain (Overhaul) abuses a 6-year old girl while posing as her "father" figure.
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BenjiB
The monster creatures known as Nomu have been burned to death but flame hero endeavor
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BecHoney
In season 3, Bakugo Katsuki is kidnapped by the League of Villians. They also attempt to kidnap Tokoyami Fumikagi, but are unsuccessful at the last second.
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musinggalaxy
A villain misgenders a trans female character, though her allies do correct the villain in question.
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BonusMeme
There is a character that uses mind control. Not exactly possession but victims don't have control over themselves
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themagnificentstorm
Minoru Mineta regularly sexually harasses his female classmates-he makes inappropriate comments about them, tries to peep on them whenever possible, and has groped them more than once. Unsurprisingly, a LOT of people hate him, and what doesn't help is that it's played for laughs and he hasn't been expelled for his behavior (yet).
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BenjiB
One of the villains gets his fingers cut off off screen
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kurogirii
The protagonist is frequently sent to the hospital due to his tendency to break his own bones using his quirk.
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theconsultingtribute
Though not in anyway graphic, Todoroki's mom is put in a mental institution by his abusive father after she had a mental breakdown and hurts her son. Todoroki begins visiting her as part of his growth and she seems perfectly alright, if a little lonely. However, Todoroki speaks of this place as if it was a prison and she must be freed from it.
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BenjiB
Not quiet a shower, but in true anime tradition there is a hot spring episode which i s basically an out door bath
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wildspaghett
Smoking but that’s about it
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FlynnLastname
y'all PLEASE. body dysmorphia and body horror are NOT the same thing
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wildspaghett
A character named Eri is abused by her adoptive father.
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emchristian98
Episode 17 of season 2 (SPOILER FROM HERE ON) As a nomu is flying away with a captive, Endeavor launches a spear made of fire that strikes the creature directly in the eye. The actual blow is hard to see unless carefully watched due to explosions, but later in the episode after the major battle with Stain is over it reappears. Once it shows back up it has a bleeding empty socket on one side of his head until the creature is gone.
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bubbles46853
Giran gets his fingers cut off in interrogation from the Meta Liberation army.
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BecHoney
A scene where guns are at the forefront is in the beginning of season 3 where the villain Mustard uses one ends up shooting Testsutestsu, but it does minimal damage since Tetsu was hardened.
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wildspaghett
In the manga there is a group that is compared to the KKK and discriminates against people with mutant quirks.
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