Tuesday, November 10, 2015
The Japanese Broadcasting Ethics and Program Improvement Organization (BPO) watchdog group has released a viewer complaints for October, from a scene in Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans [MSGIBO]. The complaint was anonymously referring to an anime episode where  "several nonresistant prisoners and enemy soldiers are gunned down by the young male protagonist." which we all know that that was from one of the episodes of  MSGIBO.


The complaint also stated concern of children watching the said mecha anime, that is suggesting influence to young audiences that may affect the way they think in the future.

Compliant extended their concern by concluding their statement with the following: "If you want to to broadcast such material, please provide some sort of age limit for viewers."




  1. That scene made me absolutelly fond for this series actually... after that I remember that Hiro from GW was basically as psycopath as Mikazuki, but I like the latter most.

  2. Yeah,as if showing some 2D tits during daytime to their children it's the best way to teach them about sex or human body. The first episode has a prologue,and that fucking prologue tells you wtf is going on.

  3. The "anonymous" complaint probably came from a hulu watcher in the US.

    The prologue explains everything in the story. It is a more mature storyline. But you have some idiots with no life trying to get attention by making a non-issue into a yet another PC libtard cause to cry about.

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