This show is great for kids. It funny, exciting, and has great animation that is a mix of the traditional American comic and has a bit of a Japanese anime influence. And I'm a teen in highschool and I love it! This show is actually what got me into the Spideyverse.
The characters are complex, relatable, and aren't annoying. Unless you count the occasional squeak that teens go through during puberty. Peter Parker is a teen, sixteen years old, in highschool which makes him more mature than in "Spectacular" but much more immature than in the original trilogy. The animation is really good and fun to watch (the chibis are adorable!). However, Peter's head keeps changing shape from high cheek bones and angles to round and jock-ish. Weird...
Peter's backstory is explained and sometimes he feels guilty about the loss of his fatherly figure Uncle Ben. He also struggles with dealing with his friends (and enemies) as both Peter Parker and Spider-Man. This gives an excellent source of internal conflicts which is rare in superhero (not to mention sci-fi) plots, making things more relatable and interesting. The characters and social situations are realistic, without the cussing, drugs, and perviness lots of teens go through which is refreshing to me.
Positive role models- Spidey can get kind of cocky sometimes. He is playful, mischievous, and a bit rude sometimes but he has good intentions and his ego issues (both his arrogance and anxieties) give great comic relief. He does what is right no matter what the cost is and is a great and caring friend. He always learns from his lessons. Crimes never go unpunished and female characters don't get in trouble in every other episode. MJ is a strong and independent damsel-in-distress.
Sex- Characters where skintight outfits revealing muscles, but for good purpose: so they can move, of course! There are rarely skimpy outfits and unrealistically drawn characters. Bodies are made proportional. Spider-Man and MJ are hinted at being in love. Girls swoon over Spider-Man and Venom-Spidey. There is an episode where Iron Man winks at a girl in a short dress. Spidey gets excited when Iron Man is around and is teased for having a "guy crush". He doesn't refuse it.
Language- very mild language such as crud, heck, screw, stuff like that.
Violence/scariness- pretty violent for Y-7. Monsters such as Doctor Doome, Venom, Dreamons, etc. can be pretty scary in appearance and behavior. Murder is often attempted. There is shooting lasers, punching, kicking, clawing, etc. and characters are smashed through walls. There are flashbacks of Uncle Ben's grave. Venom uses human bodies as hosts which can be very frightening.
Consumerism- it's based off the Spider-Man franchise. There are also implied advertisements for Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Thor, White Tiger, and countless others of the Marvel universe. Spidey says "sorry to ruin your Sith moment".