Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this action cartoon spin-off features lots of physical violence, including hand-to-hand battles and weapons that shoot lasers. Though there's never any blood or realistic reactions to pain, occasionally characters are seriously injured, and some die, so be sure kids can differentiate between fantasy and reality before you let them watch. The alien morphing scenes may also confuse and/or frighten very young kids. All of that said, Ben 10 fans are sure to latch on to this show and its now-older hero, who must set aside differences with an old enemy and draw on his inner strength to get the job done.
Some mild flirting between teens.
Lots of punching, kicking, and hurling objects at opponents. Both good and bad characters use guns that shoot lasers. Some characters are injured or killed, but it's not a bloody event; victims simply progress toward an assumed death by growing weaker and possibly oozing fluids of some kind.
A mixed bag: Although a teen must set aside his differences with an old enemy and draw on his inner strength to conquer evil, physical force is also the only method of conflict resolution between enemies.
The series comes complete with a broad line of toys and games for kids.
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