Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this animated superhero series has plenty of action but isn't too likely to set off any strong parental alarm bells. The violence is cartoonish rather than explicit, nobody really gets hurt, and crime never pays. The series shows Batman working with a variety of other crimefighters, and he often discusses how these partnerships work, providing an interesting insight into the day-to-day life of a superhero.
Lots of cartoon violence -- mainly fistfights, but also use of various weapons, ranging from blasters to the bow and arrow.
The show draws stark lines between the good guys and the very evil supervillains. There have been many versions of Batman -- in comics, on TV, and in the movies -- and this one takes pains to show how the Caped Crusader collaborates with other heroes. It's interesting to see these often one-dimensional characters interact with their super friends.
The series promotes many of the popular heroes and villains who live in the world of DC Comics.
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