Conan the Adventurer

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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age 7+

Brawny hero's strength of character has value for kids.

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age 8+

Great title for kids and parents

As a fan of the original Conan stories, I approached this with some trepidation. Haveing watched the entire series, I can tell you it stays true to the spirit of the original stories but tones it down for kids. There is no blood, or traditional violence, but it is still a savage land. In one of the early episodes, Conan and his friends are captured by canibals. There is talk of eating them. In another episode, the villain, whom Conan was trying to save despite this is caught in a lava flow and later shown as a skeleton. As far as appropriate age, think Star Wars or the original animated gi joe.

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