Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this classic 1980s animated series consists of nearly nonstop fighting. The G.I. Joe team must constantly stop the evil Cobra organization from taking over the world, and combat seems to be the only way to stop them. There's no swearing, drinking, or sex, but the underlying message is that guns and fists are the best way to settle your differences. The series is based on the venerable line of G.I. Joe toys, so parents of young fans should expect plenty of demands for action figures.
No sex or nudity, though there are a few chaste kisses and some flirting.
Almost nonstop combat, featuring gun fights, fistfights, jet fighters, tanks, battle robots, gladiator-style arena duels, and much more. Amazingly, though, for all the explosions and high-tech weaponry, none of the main characters ever gets even a scratch. ...
Combat and violence are generally presented as the solution to every problem. Each episode does include a PSA at the end designed to teach kids everything from what to do when you're lost to why not to go swimming during a storm.
The entire series is based on the venerable line of G.I. Joe toys. Fans of the series are almost certain to clamor for G.I. Joe action figures.
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