Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this fantasy spoof has plenty of action, but the slapstick swordfights are played for laughs instead of thrills. Most of the characters are stock stereotypes or one-note cliches -- the sadistic overlord, the dumb giant, etc. -- including a few that might raise eyebrows, including an effeminate gay man and a woman whose defining trait seems to be her easy sexual availability. There's not too much swearing or nudity, but expect lots of lowbrow humor and sexual references and some drinking.
Plenty of sexual references. Aneka has a very open attitude toward sex; she pursues dalliances often and with a wide variety of partners and sometimes uses sex as a tool to gain information from her enemies. This is distressing to Krod, especially when the group discusses her habits.
Plenty of swordfights and other mayhem, but it's all played more for slapstick laughs than for thrills. Some references to torture.
"Hell" is about as strong as it gets. Some references to "whores," and Aneka is sometimes referred to as a "slut."
Krod and his daring band of freedom fighters stand up against an oppressive and sadistic tyrant. They're outnumbered and on the run, and the series portrays them as underdogs, fighting on the side of right. That said, there's lots of sophomoric behavior and humor, as well as stereotyping.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some social drinking.