A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Female characters are on equal footing with the guys. The show includes lessons in acceptance, taking responsibility for your actions, and respecting others' abilities and differences.
Violence & Scariness
Cartoon tumbles from heights and hand-to-hand exchanges that never result in injury.
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Occasional name-calling like "pipsqueak," "shorty," or "weasel."
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this anime-style cartoon touts teamwork and respect for peers' unique abilities and includes examples of positive conflict resolution. The imaginative adventures and absence of much questionable subject matter makes it a good choice for grade-schoolers, who will enjoy the show's action, humor, and interpersonal relationships.
Is It Any Good?
This anime-style cartoon works well for grade-schoolers because it combines exciting (and not overly violent) adventures with imaginative characters and humor. Kids will relate to some of the issues that arise among team members (as when one teammate feels excluded from the action, or another develops a superiority complex), and parents can feel comfortable that the lessons the show offers are worthwhile. Positive messages about teamwork, respecting others, conflict resolution, and taking responsibility for your actions are clear in each episode.
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