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8th May '18 10:53:41 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** ''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'' was the worst about it, having characters blown or hacked apart. Of course, they were almost always put together just fine, making it pretty hard to ''believe'' in the deaths of some characters, who endured much less than Waspinator does every day of his life ([[HandWave his spark is in his head]]

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** ''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'' was the worst about it, having characters blown or hacked apart. Of course, they were almost always put together just fine, making it pretty hard to ''believe'' in the deaths of some characters, who endured much less than Waspinator does every day of his life ([[HandWave his spark is in his head]]head]]).
29th Apr '18 7:20:27 PM MagnusForce
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* While the ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}} franchise hasn't shied away from blood, ''Film/ShinGodzilla'' does feature more than usual, with bunker busters causing Godzilla to bleed a ton from his back and early on, even spurts blood from his gills. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Vs4mgm4E4E A deleted scene shows Godzilla vomiting blood that's hot enough to warp metal and melt tires.]]

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* While the ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}} ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' franchise hasn't shied away from blood, ''Film/ShinGodzilla'' does feature more than usual, with bunker busters causing Godzilla to bleed a ton from his back and early on, even spurts blood from his gills. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Vs4mgm4E4E A deleted scene shows Godzilla vomiting blood that's hot enough to warp metal and melt tires.]]]]
** The monster scenes featured in the 1960s ''Godzilla'' movies are surprisingly [[BloodlessCarnage bloodless]] as special effects director Creator/EijiTsuburaya was strongly against the depiction of blood and gore in his special effects scenes, even becoming angry at one crewman for suggesting to have Godzilla bleed. After his death in 1970, the movies got ''a lot'' bloodier, with Godzilla and other monsters bleeding profusely and more instances of FamilyUnfriendlyViolence.


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* ''Franchise/UltraSeries'': Much like with his work on ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'', Creator/EijiTsuburaya forbid the usage of blood and gore in ''Series/UltraQ'', ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'', and ''Series/UltraSeven'' (though some moments of FamilyUnfriendlyViolence did slip past his radar). After his death in 1970, more gruesome acts of violence committed between Ultras and monsters or monsters and humans appeared, most blatantly in ''Series/UltramanAce'' and ''Series/UltramanLeo''. This was toned down in the 1980s after MoralGuardians began to crack down on violence in {{Toku}}.
15th Apr '18 6:12:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' is pretty cynical and violent to start with, but ''Magazine/HeavyMetal Dredd'' is packed with LudicrousGibs and everyone being MadeOfPlasticine. That's prettty much all there is to it, all the political themes and moral ambiguity surrounding Dredd that make the 2000 AD continuity an interesting read have been excised in favor of balls-to-the-wall splatter.

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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' is pretty cynical and violent to start with, but ''Magazine/HeavyMetal Dredd'' is packed with LudicrousGibs and everyone being MadeOfPlasticine. That's prettty much all there is to it, all the political themes and moral ambiguity surrounding an AntiHero like Dredd that make the 2000 AD continuity an interesting read have been excised in favor of balls-to-the-wall splatter.
15th Apr '18 5:57:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' is pretty cynical and violent to start with, but ''Magazine/HeavyMetal Dredd'' is packed with LudicrousGibs and everyone being MadeOfPlasticine. That's prettty much all there is to it, all the political themes and moral ambiguity surrounding Dredd that make the 2000 AD continuity an interesting read have been excised in favor of balls-to-the-wall splatter.
9th Apr '18 2:23:44 PM Josef5678
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* in ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' when Kala enters the treehouse to find baby tarzan there are bloody pawprints of sabor on the floor is pretty gory for a Disney movie.

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* in In ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' when Kala enters the treehouse to find baby tarzan Tarzan, there are bloody pawprints of sabor Sabor on the floor floor, which is pretty gory for a Disney movie.
8th Apr '18 1:21:13 AM BrainlessHorde
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' has this in spades when it comes to the first seven seasons. Nearly no violence happens in Season 1, but each successive season for the next ten years had more punching, hitting, skin getting ripped off, veins popping, and of course, blood, than the last, culminating in an episode where Plankton tries to commit suicide! Needless to say, this was toned down a bit in Season 8 and especially after ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobMovieSpongeOutOfWater''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' has this in spades when it comes to the first seven seasons. Nearly no violence happens in Season 1, but each successive season for the next ten years had more punching, hitting, skin getting ripped off, veins popping, and of course, blood, than the last, culminating in an episode where Plankton tries to commit suicide! Needless to say, this was toned down a bit in Season 8 and especially after ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobMovieSpongeOutOfWater''.
7th Apr '18 7:19:52 PM GhoulNazi
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* in ''Disney/Tarzan'' when Kala enters the treehouse to find baby tarzan there are bloody pawprints of sabor on the floor is pretty gory for a Disney movie.

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* in ''Disney/Tarzan'' ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' when Kala enters the treehouse to find baby tarzan there are bloody pawprints of sabor on the floor is pretty gory for a Disney movie.
7th Apr '18 7:18:13 PM GhoulNazi
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* in ''Disney{{Tarzan}}'' when Kala enters the treehouse to find baby tarzan there are bloody pawprints of sabor on the floor is pretty gory for a Disney movie.

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* in ''Disney{{Tarzan}}'' ''Disney/Tarzan'' when Kala enters the treehouse to find baby tarzan there are bloody pawprints of sabor on the floor is pretty gory for a Disney movie.
7th Apr '18 7:17:17 PM GhoulNazi
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* in ''Disney{{Tarzan}}'' when Kala enters the treehouse to find baby tarzan there are bloody pawprints of sabor on the floor is pretty gory for a Disney movie.
30th Mar '18 11:54:17 PM BrainlessHorde
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* ''WesternAnimatuon/SpongebobSquarePants'' has this in spades when it comes to the first seven seasons. Nearly no violence happens in Season 1, but each successive season for the next ten years had more punching, hitting, skin getting ripped off, veins popping, and of course, blood, than the last, culminating in an episode where Plankton tries to commit suicide! Needless to say, this was toned down a bit in Season 8 and especially after ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobMovieSpongeOutOfWater''.

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* ''WesternAnimatuon/SpongebobSquarePants'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' has this in spades when it comes to the first seven seasons. Nearly no violence happens in Season 1, but each successive season for the next ten years had more punching, hitting, skin getting ripped off, veins popping, and of course, blood, than the last, culminating in an episode where Plankton tries to commit suicide! Needless to say, this was toned down a bit in Season 8 and especially after ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobMovieSpongeOutOfWater''.
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