Bocchi The Rock! is a manga written and illustrated by Aki Hamaji, which skyrocketed in popularity after receiving a successful anime adaptation.
Recently, an anime fan posted something on their Twitter profile that they noticed while using Amazon Prime and visiting the Bocchi the Rock page.
Amazon Prime warns about violence in Bocchi the Rock
The anime has recently sparked discussions on social media due to the ratings it received on the Amazon Prime Video streaming platform in Japan, suggesting that Bocchi The Rock is intended for mature audiences. Take a look:
In the image above, you can see the warnings displayed by the platform, alerting viewers that the anime Bocchi the Rock contains violence and alcohol consumption.
Does Bocchi the Rock really contain violence?
Some fans came to the series’ defense, mentioning that these ratings could somewhat discourage people from watching Bocchi The Rock. On the other hand, some made jokes, citing specific scenes as possible reasons for the platform to classify the anime that way.
For instance, we have a character who frequently appears drinking:
And there was an episode where birds attack Bocchi:
In conclusion, these ratings on Prime Video have become the subject of intense discussions on social media, with many joking around and others passionately defending the anime Bocchi The Rock
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