Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that even though Heroic Age is a cartoon, it's better suited for older tweens and teens than it is for younger kids. The characters swear in moments of tension ("damn," "dammit," "hell"), and older viewers will have an easier time following the complex plot. There are explosions, exchanges of firepower between spacecraft, and the dismemberment of space creatures. Some human characters die, but there's no blood. This futuristic series has an intriguing plot that's likely best appreciated by older viewers who pick up on its allusions to Greek mythology.
Female characters are clad in tightly fitting clothing, and shadows accentuate their breasts and other curves.
Explosions, tense intergalactic chase scenes, and aircraft being shot down or disintegrating. Some characters die, but it's not bloody. Many space monsters look menacing, including Age's alter-ego, Bellcross, who has sharp teeth and superhuman strength.
"Damn," "dammit," "hell," "bastard."
Good and evil face off over control of the universe, as the Silver and Bronze tribes attempt to annihilate humanity in its entirety. The concept of self-sacrifice and fighting for the greater good is dominant, as characters are willing to die for the survival of their race.
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