All member reviews for Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters

Common Sense Media says

Anti-bullying message in solid trading card anime.

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(out of 3 reviews)
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Teen, 13 years old Written byGabiey July 17, 2012

Amazing Duel Masters

This show is absolutely one of the best shows i've watched. When I first saw it i thought it was just going to be one of those sterotypical shows like Pokemon, Bakugan and Beyblade, but its much more. The show teaches kids that every where you go there are going to people that make fun of you or tease you for the way you look or the race your from, but if you stick with your friends that you can overcome judgment, going along with the saying "There's power in numbers," Me and my brother are both in love with the show. The characters backgrounds are well created as well as the characters designs, the monsters are designed as well as the characters, the graphics for the show are quite impressive for american kids cartoon, considering the graphics for other shows. The show also gives positive role models because the main character, who is a natural at what he is somewhat thrown into rises up against the bullies and stands up for him self he also on the show is willing to help his friends including his creature no matter what the consequence
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Teen, 15 years old Written bySleepy'weasel March 20, 2013

Kind of a racist show

The show does have a good storyline and the animation is pretty good. But, the show is pretty racist to white males. From the school yard bullies to the evil bad guys anyone who is bad in this is a white male. Even the one white guy that is supposed to be good ends up going bad. Is sad that a great kids show is screwed up by something like racism.
Kid, 10 years old January 8, 2014

Awesome Show!

I love this show! It is true there is some racial elements and name calling based on it, but it's not very bad, but at the same time, you wouldn't want your child to say anything like that. Tatsurian might look or sound scary to some younger viewers, but the show is pretty good and nicely action-packed. It isn't at all boring or all complete action, and has a decent amount of actual story to it. The characters are very well-developed and aren't OP (overpowered) in any way. The show also doesn't use any clichés either, which is good for a change.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much swearing