Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this comic book-based animated series is reminiscent of most superhero shows in which a team of good guys battles a persistent (and seemingly indestructible) cast of villains. What sets this show apart is the evolution of an insecure character into a powerful superhero, thanks to the support of friends. Teamwork and mutual respect are consistent themes throughout the series, and rarely does one hero's ability come across as a clear winner over another's. Cartoon violence is prevalent and occasionally results in short-term loss of consciousness, but rarely more.
Female heroes and villains wear tight, skimpy suits.
Cartoon action violence includes kicking, punching, blasts of fire, and explosions. One character fights with an ax (although he never cuts anyone, and there's no blood), and another controls people with a magic eye. Injuries occasionally knock characters unconscious, but they wake up quickly and show little effect from the hit.
Female heroes hold their own among the men, both with their abilities and with the respect shown by their peers. Most of the good-guy characters are caring and considerate of one another's feelings. They rely heavily on teamwork to battle the enemies.
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