Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this animated thriller may look like a Sailor Moon episode, but it has serious violence and death, with the recurring images of stabbing-victims with their eyes gouged out. The girlish heroine strips down to panties for a sexy photo shoot and is also semi-topless during a maniac attack. Swearing (in the English-dubbed version) includes the F-word but isn't constant.
Mima is bare-breasted in an attack that rips her shirt open. She's also topless in a photo shoot/magazine layout. A model's corpse (in a TV drama) is wearing only shoes, panties, and blood.
Gruesome murders and attacks emphasize knives and stilettoes, with eyes stabbed/gouged out. A beating, with blood drawn. Falls and near-deaths from road accidents. A character left bloody by a letter bomb. Mima cuts herself on broken glass to see if she's real or not.
The f-word (in various permutations), the s-word, "asshole," "bastard," "damn," "slut."
What there is of a lesson is the downside of fame and exploitation. Along the way, Mima learns to get a grasp on her sense of identity as a music/movie superstar, via threats of death.
A briefly seen group of TV superheroes are clearly Power Ranger clones.
Drugs / Tobacco /