Cars (2006) note The race car crash scene in the beginning, as well as some of McQueen's hijinks in Radiator Springs. Chick Hicks deliberately forcing Strip Weathers off the track, resulting in a very bad crash, edges to 2 though
Charlie and Lolanote Usually a 0, but in "Charlie is Broken", he breaks his arm.
Despicable Me (2010) note There's plenty of slapstick that nobody appears to die from and some juice flows from an iron maiden, looking like blood at first.
Finding Nemonote A scene where a fish bleeds quite a bit from her nose after an accident. A shark gets a whiff of the blood which sends him into a feeding frenzy. A scene in which it is implied that a barracuda ate a fish and hundreds of her eggs offscreen.] A couple of fish skeletons are shown. A dead fish is shown in a picture with its eyes open. [[spoiler: An after-credits scene in which a small fish comically eats an angler fish.
Little Princessnote Usually a 1, but in "I Want My Plaster", Princess and General cry upon cutting their legs and the pets have to wear Cones of Shame, and in "I Want to Go to the Fair", Princess sprains her ankle.
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtlesnote While the show is an action-comedy, violence rarely has any lasting consequences unless for comedic purposes, Bloodless Carnage(one of the Ninja Turtles has a sword yet never uses it to draw any blood, the other three have blunt weapons, and many of their enemies are nonhuman) and while characters may bruise or scratch, injuries rarely stick more than a transition.
The Adventures of Prince Achmed (1926) note In this silhouette-animation movie, a few monsters are hack-and-slashed by sword or impaled by arrows from a bow.
Around the World with Willy Fognote Transfer's attempts to stop Fog and his party sometimes go as far as trying to kill (or at least seriously maim) them. In addition, Romy nearly gets burned alive in her debut episode. There is also a scene in which a background character is fatally shot.
The Adventures of Tintin (2011) note A shooting leaves some blood on the ground and the man who's been shot leaves some bloody fingerprints on a newspaper.
Arthurnote Usually a 1, but sometimes, a character will get an injury like a skinned knee ("Arthur's Knee") or a gash on their face ("Attack of the Turbo Tibbles"), and one episode is about a school catching fire. That said, there is no fatal violence and all of the blood is offscreen.
Ben 10note Although the death scene of the Great One from the episode "The Big Tick" scores at least a 6, possibly a 7, due to the broken bones and slimy alien blood geysers as Ben turns into a ball alien and blasts his way through the tick's organs and body, before the tick alien explodes into slimy alien blood and bones.
Cars 2 (2011) note For the infamous scene of a spy car being tortured and then exploded offscreen. The frequent explosions, missile firing exchanges, and murder attempts also make up for this level. It should be mentioned this film is rated G.
Gravity Fallsnote Usually a 3, but scenes like the infamous Body Horror scene in the finale where a character's mouth and eyes are turned inside out, which borders on a 5, Wendy quite brutally stabbing a bat before eating it, and zombies gushing green goo when stabbed pump it up a bit
The Loud Housenote An otherwise Level 2 show, Clyde's frequent nose bleeds around Lincoln's eldest sister Lori and the large amounts of realistic-looking fake blood in the episode "Tricked!" puts it at this level.
Rocko's Modern Lifenote Most of the violence was cartoonish slapstick, but there were also a few gory moments now and then, such as a bull's arms breaking off while lifting weights (with visible blood and meat) or Rocko getting mauled by Earl and getting a nosebleed and part of his tail missing
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker [[note: An Underling and The Joker are killed by a gunshot wound, an attempted strangling, and small amounts of blood. The edited cut goes back down to the original series Level 4, due to Joker's death by electrocution being offscreen among other cuts. [[/note]]
Futuramanote Black comedy such as the "suicide booths" and an alien saying, "When my species grows up, we eat our moms". Some death but not of main characters except in hypothetical scenarios displayed by Farnsworth's "what-if" machine, occasional blood, not much gore.
Invader Zimnote The episode "Dark Harvest" features Organ harvesting of children, albeit in a comedic fashion. A bloodied Gir is infamously faintly featured in several shots. The Halloween episode was graphic enough to earning a level 6 but was edited for broadcasting.
SpongeBob SquarePantsnote usually a level 2, but occasionally goes into Gross-Out Show territory and ends up here as a result. Some episodes through Season 5-8 have stuff that wouldn't be out of place on 9 or 10 if not for the comedic/fantastical presentation; such as characters having their faces torn off, organs exposed, turned inside out, skinned alive, or the infamous "toe scene".
Superman: Doomsday (2007) note Punches to the stomach cause Superman to spit up blood. Bloody, sheet-covered body seen. Lots of bloodless, but still fairly brutal fistfights throughout.
Justice League Dark (2017) note Bloody dead bodies and wounds. Brief blood spirts from stabbing.
The Simpsonsnote Many of the injuries are bloodless slapstick injuries, but a few fatal injuries such as Maude Flanders's death and blood is shown onscreen sometimes. Sometimes, such as in "Bart Gets Hit by a Car", characters have had near-death experiences. The Itchy and Scratchy episodes are gory.
The Animals of Farthing Woodnote Although meant for a general audience, there's a lot of disturbing deaths like the infamous scene of the butcher bird killing the Field Mouses' babies by impaling them on a thorn bush.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (Part 1) note Villain bloodily stabbed through the hand and shot. Villain has an arm and a leg broken before being bloodily beaten in the face.
Bojack Horsemannote Season 1 specifically, for a headshot with airborne blood, a self inflicted stab wound with lots of blood spurting, a victim being bloodily stabbed mutliple times, and somewhat gory body horror in a dream sequence. All the other seasons are level 5 at most.
Beowulf (2007)note The director's cut version sits on this range. The theatrical version sits on 7.
Castlevanianote Though the massacre of Târgoviște is a 10
Constantine: City of Demonsnote People bloodily sliced in half, heads messily ripped apart, spine ripped out, arm torn down to the bone, pool filled with liquified human remains, battered face with brains exposed, repeated bloody face stabbing, demons gorily crushed, splattered and torn apart, demon exploding with guts going across a room, large pile of gory animal carcasses. Borderline 10.
To Your Last Death (2020) note Smashed head shown, head split in half, arms chainsawed off, body gorily crushed by elevator, victim repeatedly slashes themselves graphically before they are decapitated, aftermath of body with all of it's limbs and head cut off. Borderline 10.
Mutafukaz (2017) note Disemboweled bodies of humanoids and rats. Head gorily blown in half. Superhuman is shot in the eye, and is riddled with bullets before being finished off with a messy headshot (this borders on 10). Otherwise an 8 for many messy headshots, graphically spewing blood, throats eaten out, etc.
Blood of Zeusnote Gruesome eviscerations and mutilations of all sorts, often resulting in characters being reduced to bloody piles of limbs and guts. Of particular note is Acrisius' drawn-out, torturous death, in which he's progressively dismembered, stabbed in the chest, and then pounded into an unrecognizable pile of viscera post-mortem.
Primal (2019)note Mainly for the ape-men rampage with gory dismemberment, disebowelment and head-explosions. Assorted violence towards giant bats, giant snakes, a giant spider, horned T-rexes, fishes, raptors and a mammoth are on level 9.
Rick and Mortynote Usually closer to a level 7 or 8, but occasionally dips into extremeGorn.
South Parknote Regular over-the-top gory deaths; from gory dismemberment, exploding, crushing, mauling, blood orgies, and much, much more; even to children. Especially the perpetually 9 year old Kenny's repeated deaths.
Superjail!note Extended sequences of the most creatively vicious mutilations imaginable.