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By Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Marvel dials down the violence (a little) for young fans.

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With games like "Armory Assault" and "Hulk Bad Attitude," presents graphic concepts that some parents will classify as "action" and some will put in the "violent" category. Parents need to gauge whether their younger comics fan can handle this rather intense action and can separate that kind of action from real-life play with their friends on the playground. Some parents may want to steer younger fans to the downloadable coloring pages, mazes, and word challenges. Some material on this site may not be appropriate for impressionable kids who haven't yet learned to distinguish between what's okay for Super Heroes to say and do and what's OK behavior for themselves.

Online interaction: The site says it offers the ability to send friends a "postcard," but that might be a feature they're intending to add later.

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