This makes no sense. After guns, knives are the second most common instruments used in murder, according to this.https://www.statista.com/statistics/195325/murder-victims-in-the-us-by-weapon-used/
I imagine dynamite and explosives would also be a concern, as there have been a number of high profile incidents involving explosives in the last decade, one being the Boston Marathon bombing, as well as those in New York and New Jersey four years back. Should those be off-limits, too?
And for incidents where kids do access handguns, it's always been a massive failure on the part of the gun owner to safely store it. Name me one incident, just ONE, where a kid cited cartoons as inspiration to be driven towards gun violence
The last decade of actions like this taken by the animation industry deeply concern me and our ability to self-criticize or use the medium as a means of being able to play out situations that are too violent or racy to be depicted in other mediums. Cartoons are not babysitters, PSAs, parent/guardians or role models.