Parents' Guide to

Sym-Bionic Titan

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Action, adventure, and positive messages for tweens.

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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 10+

Based on 14 parent reviews

age 15+

Sym bionic titan was not for kids

i think sym bionic titan was a amazing show but it was not for kids because it was very vilonte there was some very vilonte battles with robots a guy punches a kid and he spits out some blood and later the guy is seen laying in a pool of blood a monster gets hacked to death and a guy gets splashed all over the face with some monsters blood and it has some very edgy Adult jokes like a girl says to a guy oh did i get crumbs on your manstuff some girls stick out there chests for pins and a girl dances to a song called shake bake it booty quake it and does a pole dance on the lamp with that being said i dont recommend it for anyone under the age of 15

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex
age 12+

Pretty good

But my god that infamous twerking scene is the most graphic I've seen in a kids show.. Makes the ppg 2016 onone look tame

This title has:

Too much sex

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (14):
Kids say (24):

SYM-BIONIC TITAN chronicles a battle of large-scale proportions, so it's no surprise that violence in many forms (guns, tanks, bombs, etc.) is commonplace. Human destruction is implied in scenes where city buildings are leveled or burned, but no injuries or death are shown on a personal level. The show centers on outsiders trying to navigate the uncertainties of teen life, so things like dating, social castes (jocks, geeks, popularity queens), and fashion are exaggerated for humor.

On a positive note, there's a gentle side to the show that sets it apart from many action-adventure cartoons for kids. While Lance is brash and balks at assimilating into high school, Ilana welcomes the challenge and tries to unify what she sees as a divided population. Her strong character and protective instinct for her new human peers make her a likable heroine and give the show a surprising softness that offsets the violence.

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