Parents' Guide to

World of Quest

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Action-heavy 'toon lacks substance for kids.

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Unfortunately there's not much substance to the duo's adventure. It's obvious that the show's only goal is to entertain, and there's no attempt to bolster the stories with lessons of any sort. Nestor's obnoxious control over Quest -- who's magically indebted to the prince -- will quickly grate on parents' patience, and the fact that Quest's obvious frustration at being bossed around by a punk kid is a basis for the show's humor is flat-out irritating.

Add to that the show's reliance on violence as an answer to confrontations and the bad guys' constant, unwitting ineptitude -- which helps Nestor defeat them time and again -- and it's clear that kids will get a skewed idea of appropriate methods of conflict resolution. It's also worth mentioning that Quest uses the word "hate" many times in each episode, referring to anything from the weather to people, and kids may just adopt this questionable habit as their own.

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