Parents' Guide to

The Mighty Ones

By Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Cartoon relies on slapstick violence, mean-spirited humor.

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age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 4+


Me and my little sister(5yr) both thought it was hilarious we watched it over and over :D

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age 7+

A humorous cartoon. Nothing more.

I just found this show while searching for a cartoon for my young son. He likes it, my teenager likes, I like it. It's funny to all of us.

Is It Any Good?

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The overall premise and strong visual design of the show are the best attributes of The Mighty Ones, but the cartoon falls flat in its execution. The plots are overly simplistic, and the characters don't show much agency in being able to solve their own problems. Rocksy, the ringleader character, is smarter than the other 3 friends, and she often makes jokes at their expense. Twig and Very Berry often engage in slapstick violence, picking the other up and thwacking them into the ground, or threatening to eat the other friend. Kids may enjoy some of the silly gags in this show, but there are other shows that will appeal more to their funny bones and showcase better role models at the same time.

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