Parents' Guide to

The Adventures of Kid Danger

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Cartoon version of Henry Danger is still cheesy.

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age 11+

Based on 9 parent reviews

age 10+
I'd say it's pretty nonsensual in many ways even with the first episode, yet it's funny. Of course it's not too close to the original show though, but maybe they were just trying to dip away from the morality of the original show and trying something new with the animation and everything. Anyhow, pretty good if you'd ask me for my age. Hate how most kids rate it a 2 star but I suppose that's their opinions. As well as them not being able to get some/most of the jokes just yet. I'd rate this show on the scale for ages up to around 10 to 13, due to some of the humor and animation seen in it. As well as of course some of the violence, but that'd be expected due to all of the drama included in the original show.
age 14+

the adventures of kid danger and captain man is a amazing show

i think the adventures of kid danger is a amazing show but just like dan Schneiders other shows like henry danger iCarly and victorious its not for little kids because it has lots of dark humor a popcorn monster dies and henry and ray ask some kids to come eat popcorn a kid needs his medecine and his father a police officer does not give it to him and he starts foaming at the mouth charlotte nicknames a pig bacon and the pig bites off her arm a evil cat gets stuck in showz and its implied if they didnt get it out in time it would kill shwoz and theres some edgy Adult jokes shwoz has a truck with a horse laying in a sexual position on it shwoz slaps his butt in a suggestive way a commercial is shown were a girl eats some creamy gluten and turns her cats into men and later when the same commercial is shown ray says oh its that same commercial were that girl eats the creamy gluten and turns her cats into hot men and henry says who said they were hot and ray uh? oh look the videos loaded up now its pretty vilonte characters get hit in the crotch lots and theres some meanspirited and dark humor in it with that being said the adventures of kid danger is for Tweens and Teens and i dont recommend it for anyone under the age of 14

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex

Is It Any Good?

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Animation suits the utterly ridiculous nature of these characters and their antics slightly better than did the live-action format, but it's still a low-tier pick for kids' viewing. If superheroes are to be judged on their eagerness to leap into action for others' sake, then Captain Man and Kid Danger are hardly worthy of sharing the title with the likes of Spiderman and Wonder Woman. When danger calls, these two are more likely to be found analyzing pieces of popcorn on a whim of looking for twins than they are hot on the trail of a baddie.

Kids who already know the characters' history from the parent series are at an advantage coming into The Adventures of Kid Danger since it picks up with little backstory about how the team got together in the first place. With the entire original cast transitioning to voice actors for Kid Danger, there's as much continuity as one could hope for in this kind of format change. Even so, it's slim pickings on content that will make a positive impact on grade-schoolers who have a bevy of more substantial options for their screen time.

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