Date A Live Parents Guide and Age Rating
Date A Live is an upcoming animated Japanese tv-series is directed by Keitaro Motonaga and Jun Nakagawa and is based on a Japanese manga series of the same name written by Kōshi Tachibana and illustrated by Tsunako.
Date A Live Release Date
Season 4 of Date A Live is expected to be released in April 2022.
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What “Date A Live” is about?
Thirty years ago, the Eurasian continent was devastated by a supermassive “spatial quake”—a phenomenon involving space vibrations of unknown origin—resulting in the deaths of over 150 million people. Since then, these quakes have been plaguing the world intermittently, albeit on a lighter scale.
Shidou Itsuka is a seemingly average high school student who lives with his younger sister, Kotori. When an imminent spatial quake threatens the safety of Tengu City, he rushes to save her, only to be caught in the resulting eruption. He discovers a mysterious girl at its source, who is revealed to be a “Spirit,” an otherworldly entity whose appearance triggers a spatial quake. Soon after, he becomes embroiled in a skirmish between the girl and the Anti-Spirit Team, a ruthless strike force with the goal of annihilating Spirits.
However, there is a third party that believes in saving the spirits: “Ratatoskr,” which surprisingly is commanded by Shidou’s little sister! Kotori forcibly recruits Shidou after the clash, presenting to him an alternative method of dealing with the danger posed by the Spirits—make them fall in love with him. Now, the fate of the world rests on his dating prowess, as he seeks out Spirits in order to charm them.[Source: MAL]
Date A Live Age Rating
Date A Live Rated TV-MA for violence and language.
TV-MA Rated means Mature Adults Only. Program-rated TV-MA is intended to be viewed by mature, adult audiences and may be unsuitable for children under 17. Contains content that is unsuitable for children. Children Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian.
Date A Live Parents Guide
- Some sexual content.
- There are some scenes where cleavage is shown.
- In season 2 one girl is seen naked and under the cover so it looks provocative later takes off his clothes and bottoms and breasts are seen.
- Use of profanity words such as “damn”, “hell”, “pissed”, “ass”, “bastard”, and “bitch” are said.
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Date A Live voice cast and characters
- Nobunaga Shimazaki as Shido Itsuka
- Marina Inoue as Tohka Yatogami…
- Misuzu Togashi as Tobiichi Origami…
- Ayana Taketatsu as Itsuka Kotori…
- Kaori Sadohara as Okamine Tamae…
- Takehito Koyasu as Kannazuki Kyouhei…
- Aya Endô as Reine Murasame
- Anri Katsu as Hiroto Tonomachi
- Josh Grelle as Shido Itsuka
- Bryn Apprill as Kotori Itsuka…
- Michelle Rojas as Tohka Yatogami
- Iori Nomizu as Himekawa Yoshino…
- Misato as Takamiya Mana
- Asami Sanada as Kurumi Tokisaki…
- Alex Moore as Narrator
- Michelle Lee as Origami Tobiichi
- Tia Lynn Ballard as Yoshino…
- Barrett Nash as Reine Murasame…
Date A Live Official Trailer
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