Parent of a 10 and 14 year oldWritten byNicole R.August 3, 2017
Powerpuff Girls proper remake
This is a wonderful show to watch with your kids. It has lovely messages that are really positive and fun for the whole family. It's really entertaining, funny, action packed show that your kids can enjoy. There are worse things like Teen Titan Go that your kid can watch that has way more inappropriate messages and visuals. This show is pure and is made with a pure heart since the creator has also worked on the popular show, Steven Universe. The animation is visually pleasing with great voice acting. I just can't praise this show enough.
I thought this show would be somewhat-semi interesting. I mean Cartoon Network already dumbed down good cartoons like Looney Tunes, the Powerpuff Girls and Teen Titans. I thought Clarence and Steven Universe were stupid enough. But this? This show takes stupid to a whole new level. I tried watching it with my family and all it was, was nothing but pure randomness and stupidity. There's not even a good story line!! Kids today should stick to PBSKids or something somewhat education and try to make themselves smarter. This show lacks everything that has to do with common sense. This show is supposed to be for kids 7+? It's so stupid? Most of the jokes go even over an adults head. I wouldn't recommend this show to anyone.
It has too much pink, and has a minor lgbt undertone. More tradional families should stay clear. Rebecca Sugar has influence in this show. Enough said. 13+ recommended. P.S. Some jokes in the show are also not suited for kids. The Joe Cuppa episode has a almost naked man flashed for a brief second.
great but first episode i watched had a curse word in it!
good life lessons in this but the first episode i watched (they all go through a maxe like store room to find some cream or something) Enid said “s--t” , not really heard a proper curse since but still worth noting
Parent of a 6, 9, and 12 year oldWritten byBelinda N.September 14, 2018
A cool Cartoon Network series with some fantasy violence
I think the series is really good. My oldest daughter really likes the character Radicles, a muscular alien who’s secretly a softy. The series has quite a bit of fantasy violence, but no blood or gore is ever seen. K.O. appears to really like his job at Lakewood Plaza, and he is a good role model. The series is rather entertaining, and my kids enjoy it, so it’s pretty good to me.