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By KJ Dell Antonia, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Super action figure teens fight evil violently.

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The animation here -- a blend of classic comic book and anime -- is pretty good, with a sort of flash-vogue technique in which events are sometimes illustrated through a sequence of actual pictures, rather than a cartoon sequence. The effect is very modern, like a graphic novel.

Because of its relatively high level of cartoon violence -- the kind that includes lots of burning buildings and car crashes but stops short of ever actually killing anyone -- A.T.O.M. is best for older grade schoolers. It's graphically depicted and would certainly be scary for younger viewers.

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