Parents' Guide to

Justice League

By Polly Conway, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Comic crew uses teamwork to fight evil; some violence.

TV Max Action 2001
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This solid animated series is an excellent entry point into the deeper DC Comics Universe. The writing is excellent, the animation comic-book perfect, and a classic "getting the gang together" story unfolds at just the right pace. Even if viewers aren't deeply versed in Justice League lore and characters (and there are a lot of characters), they'll catch on quickly enough to enjoy this tale of good versus evil. While Superman and Batman still get the most attention, the rest of the team, including Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl, do their share of fighting and coming up with plans to foil the aliens for good. Younger kids may find the action and the invaders too intense, but young tweens will enjoy this overlooked 2001 classic.

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