The show is funny and entertaining.
The kids demonstrate loyalty, discipline, respect and courage. The fighting is obviously choreographed and very comic book in tone. Kids will easily understand that it's not real.
The show is way over the top comic book in tone as well so all the characters and situations are presented in that same over the top way much like comic books parents let their kids read.
And as for the violence or other issues, the humor in Toy Story and Shrek is really racy, there's fighting in nearly every popular cartoon and kid's flick. It doesn't make it right, it's just how entertainment has evolved.
the main female lead isn't being portrayed as stupid, weak or a mere pretty girl like many other popular kid's/tween shows. this female lead is smart, strong and courageous. She's a good role model for young girl's to look up to.
This show deserves a large audience.
Very Stereotypical, Moderately Entertaining, and still Drastically Disappointing.
Owen is the stereotypical "Black guy", if you will let me go there. He is always cracking jokes and messing up in battles. Moreover, Mike is also stereotypical in the fact that he is Asian (his Grandfather is his sensei) he is almost instantly good at martial arts and is already gifted with nun-chucks. The show seems unrealistic too. In this day and age who is fighting ninja style? Overall: The main character Mike (Ryan Potter) cannot act to save his life (or this show) and the plot is so unrealistic that it falls flat.
This show seems interesting, but i am really upset at how they show women. They are always wearing skirts and partially revealing clothes like the episodes where everyone is a doll and the girls are very flirty with them.. that seems to happen often in the new episodes...
This is a great show, I am surprised it is not on network television. My whole family gets together to watch just like we used to with the Cosby show when I was a kid. It crosses the generational line and is fun creative and action packed. Love the kids, love George love the comic book fantasy aspect. Very original and neat.
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