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By Will Wade, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Animated series has fun story, some marketing tie-ins.

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Community Reviews

age 16+

Based on 1 parent review

age 16+

I love it!!!and need another season

Its really good to watch.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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Kids say (3):

HUNTIK: SECRETS AND SEEKERS is fun to watch ... if you don't ask too many questions. The action sequences are exciting, the Titans are fearsome, the story is interesting, and the animation is lush and beautiful. There are plenty of mysteries -- about the amulets, the long-running conflict between the Seekers, and the Titans -- that Lok is eager to solve, and viewers will enjoy going along for the ride.

That said, a few parts of the show don't stand up to scrutiny (OK, maybe more than a few). For example: The amulet has been stashed in Lok's room for years, and the Organization shows up looking for it just seconds after he discovers it? And one of his classmates just happens to be another Seeker? Not so plausible, but so what? Few kids will notice these discrepancies because they'll be too busy enjoying the rest of the show -- and maybe clamoring for some of the related merchandise.

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