All member reviews for Three Delivery

Common Sense Media says

Teen heroes do lots of fighting in kung fu 'toon.

Users say

(out of 9 reviews)
age 7+
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Teen, 13 years old Written bycheacky3 July 12, 2009


Teen, 13 years old Written by13k November 24, 2012

Give me a break, Al Jackson.

It's Ok but not the best.
Adult Written byAl Jackson April 16, 2012

Glad it's gone!

This Anime is terrible! It is REALLY boring & stupid! It is a disgrace to Japenese Animation fans EVERYWHERE!
Teen, 16 years old Written byibarncat October 22, 2011

Teen heroes do a little bit of fighting in this unique action cartoon.

This was a very good show, that is, if you are willing to watch an action cartoon that is generally open and shut case. But it is very good for a open and shut case show- seemingly random but very creative episode ideas, a likeable trio with a good comic relief figure, and chilling cold opens. If only one show among this and Speed Racer was to be allowed renewal, then it should have been this one, as reluctantly as I say that. In fact, this show should have been on regular Nick, and maybe then it would have had a chance of renewal. But then, knowing what happened to Catscratch, it probably still would have been canceled so early.
Kid, 8 years old May 11, 2011
Kid, 11 years old July 18, 2010

It's OK

Not really that good. Sort of bland and dark. Some monsters, such as giant moth's, sewer monsters, or a man who hurts people, may be scary.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Parent of a 10 and 12 year old Written byJayshari September 16, 2009

Three thumbs up for Three Delivery

Fun show with really great theme tune. Some stories touch on inspirational ideas of control and power and responsibility. It also touches on ideas of starting to have crushes on girls/boys. Light heartedand not badly animated too. But in the end t's just a cartoon!
What other families should know
Great role models
Kid, 11 years old April 9, 2008
Teen, 15 years old Written byAkagami April 9, 2008

A decent show coming from Larry Schwarz

Though, it may be decent, the story type has been down over and over again to death. What shows have down them? American Dragon Jake Long and Life and Times of Juniper Lee. The Story revolves around kids, taught by their relative to fight the evil that threatens the surrounding area or the world. In order to combat this evil, they have to learn from their relative who has battled with the evil before. All in all, it's just a repeat story type that has just 2 more characters to its hero roster. Finally, it's animated okay, but that's because Animation Collective had to collaborate with FatKat Studios just to up their animation by a bit. The animtion is still choppy, and is not seamless but the only time it is not seamless is very rare. Mostly on the scene transitions.