Parents' Guide to

Tower of God

By Monica Encarnacion, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Strong messages, violent competition in fantasy-anime

TV Max Anime 2022
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The series is a surprisingly heartwarming addition to the anime genre, thanks to inspiring examples of friendship and loyalty that highlight the power of allies. Anime can be an acquired taste that may not strike a chord with everyone but anime fans of all ages will enjoy SIU's attempt at combining many different themes and styles into this series. Noticeably diverse and colorful characters emerge and viewers that can see past the violence and gore will enjoy the strikingly colorful visuals. It's a surprising tale of heartbreak that's oftentimes filled with fun feel-good moments that make you want more, including a finale twist that no one saw coming and is sure to significantly change the show going into its second season.

Season one consists of thirteen quick 23 to 25 minute episodes. The enjoyable music at the opening credits reels you in but it's the surprising twists that captivate and will have anime fans coming back for more.

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