One female student has a costume that exposes the sides of her breasts.
A female character is accidentally groped, this is very brief and not graphic.
The top of a female character's superhero outfit is ripped in one scene, partially revealing her breasts (no explicit detail).
A man sometimes coughs up blood when he uses his power too much. His real appearance is very frail and bony.
Two different teen boys are choked to near death by the same monster, both are saved at the last second.
Two teen boys get into a fight, with one being beaten, though not too badly.
The majority of the violence is mild/mostly bloodless, until the last two episodes.
A man is beaten and has both his arms broken while also being hit in the head repeatedly. Plenty of blood is seen, but he ends up getting rescued.
A teen girl gets nauseous if she uses her power too much.
Several people attack several kids, saying they want to kill them, but this doesn't end up happening.
Whenever the main character uses his power, he breaks whatever body part he uses, he's shown in varying degrees of pain and the body part looks like it was burnt.
A teen boy apparently gets severe (but only temporary) brain damage when he uses his power too much.
A man threatens to kill a helpless teen boy unless two teen girls allow themselves to be killed. However, he ends up getting shot in both shoulders before he can do anything, and all three survive. Some blood is seen.
A man is shot in the hand, then both arms and both legs. Some blood is seen, though it's very brief and isn't too graphic. It should be noted that this man was a murderous villain and that the shooting was to defend one of his would be victims, so it's nothing too bad.
English dub: Occasional use of 'damn', 'hell', 'bastard', 'crap', and 'suck'. 'Sh*t' is used three times over the course of the series.
One character is constantly bullied by another character for little reason, he is seen in emotional as well as physical pain from this sometimes.
The last four episodes of the show are pretty intense as all the main characters are kidnapped by villains with intent to kill, but they all survive and the intensity is lightened somewhat by it's inspirational tone.
A man threatens to kill a teen boy unless two teen girls allow themselves to be killed. However, they all get saved when another man shoots him in the shoulders before he can do anything.
The first few episodes are pretty emotional.
Aside from the last 2 episodes of season 1 and some of the language, this show is probably okay for most kids. Unlike other hero shows like One Punch Man, this one emphasises teamwork, bravery, friendship, and persistence above all else, therefore the violence (though it's already pretty scarce) and intensity are toned down quite a bit.
So far, there have been no deaths in the show.
Although this show is rated TV-14, it could pass for a TV-PG rating instead.
Recommended for 11+
0-4 - Anime for all ages (Chi's Sweet Home, Hamtaro) - 5-12 - Anime for 8+ (Pokemon, Digimon, Pretty Cure, Chihayafuru) - 13-20 - Anime for 12+ (Toradora!, Sgt. Frog, Chobits) - 21-30 - Anime for 15+ (High School of the Dead, Cowboy Bebop, Excel Saga) - 31-40 - Anime for adults only (Gantz, Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne) - 41-50 - Hardcore, depraved hentai (not listing examples)