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By Jenny Nixon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Rockin' princesses defend the galaxy in shallow web series.

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This isn't the first web series to have a tie-in line of fashion dolls and accessories, but it is certainly one of the least creative. It honestly seems as if the creators put Monster High and Ever After High in a blender, added a pinch of the Spice Girls for the musical angle, and decided on outer space as a backdrop at random (though the character Luna's hairdo is ripped straight out of the anime series Sailor Moon). Despite having their own flaws, all those shows had stronger concepts and better-developed characters.

The webisodes are all under five minutes, and the storyline is interrupted each time by a music video (with a limited number of songs at their disposal, there's a lot of repetition) or an "extras" segment, which could consist of quizzes about the show or clips of real-life SpacePOP fans lip-synching to their music at home, which is basically an ad for the app. Kids may be drawn to the colorful graphics, the sassy princesses, and their goofy, beat-boxing pet sidekicks -- but between the one-dimensional storylines and blatantly commercialized content, parents may be less tolerant.

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