Record of Ragnarok season 2 age rating: Is the anime appropriate for kids?

Record of Ragnarok. Cr: Netflix.
Record of Ragnarok. Cr: Netflix. /
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Record of Ragnarok season 2 kicked off the new year with a bang, as the anime community cannot stop talking about how amazing this new season is!

We feel the same excitement, of course, since this brand-new season is already keeping us at the edge of our seats, questioning whether we truly know what the fate of humanity will be at the end. Will the humans come out of this battle unscathed? Or will the gods prove why they alone are omnipotent? Only time will tell, but until then, we have no problem enjoying every second of the new season all over again!

Perhaps seeing everyone hyped about season 2 makes you want to check out the anime title. We don’t blame you! But before you stream the brand-new season, let us fill you in on what you can expect.

Record of Ragnarok season 2 parents guide

If you want to stream the title with your fellow anime-loving youngins, you may want to withhold from doing so because the title is rated TV-MA. The display of sexual themes, strong language, and other mature aspects are why those under 17 shouldn’t stream. But above all, the many scenes filled with gory violence are what makes Record of Ragnarok season 2 not kid-friendly.

You can see a few scenes of these battle scenes in the official trailer below.

Maybe you’ll find time to stream season 2 away from the kids. But if you can’t, here are some anime titles that may be worth checking out.

Netflix anime like Record of Ragnarok season 2

We recommend Demon Slayer, as this immensely popular anime has just as many epic fights but isn’t as gruesome as Record of Ragnarok. What’s more, the main protagonist, Tanjiro, is a young boy whom your young ones may take some inspiration from when they have a few moments of feeling defeated.

A few more titles we think you should check out are The Daily Life of the Immortal KingShaman King, and, our favorite, Hunter x Hunter. All these anime titles are rated TV-14 and have just as many fights as Record of Ragnarok season 2.

Now that you know everything there is to know about Record of Ragnarok season 2’s age rating, head to Netflix to catch even more anime!

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