Parents' Guide to

Dragons of Wonderhatch

By Danae Stahlnecker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Fantasy drama has positive messages; violence, language.

TV Hulu Drama 2023
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This family-friendly fantasy takes some warming up to, but it proves itself to be a fun, uplifting tale with positive representation. Dragons of Wonderhatch stars compelling characters who navigate a predictable but exciting mystery. It's refreshing to see Japanese media with characters of color who don't conform to harmful stereotypes and instead simply reflect the actual ethnic diversity in Japan. The meta-narrative is also engaging. Having anime characters cross over to the real-world pushes viewers to think about how fictional characters' view of life can be useful in the real-world as well.

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