Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this series has plenty of the animated violence you'd expect from an action/adventure cartoon (explosions, fire power, fistfights, high-tech weapons), but it also has a surprising amount of positive content surrounding the family at its center. The superhero-like parents are patient with and respectful of their 11-year-old son, often expressing their love for him but at the same time setting clear rules to ensure his safety. The fact that he tags along with his globetrotting mom and dad on dangerous missions does seem to fly in the face of responsible parenting, but the show's tween viewers aren't likely to notice the contradiction in light of the action.
A married couple is affectionate and often hugs. In one scene, a man tells a woman she's "looking hot."
This action-packed show is full of cartoon violence, including explosions, missiles that take down aircraft, gunfire (though not aimed specifically at people), fistfights, and weapons that shoot fire or knock victims unconscious. Even so, realistic injuries are rare. A villain trains animals and insects to attack, bite, and sting his enemies on command. Occasionally characters are assumed to die in explosions or from falls, but the details aren't shown, and little mention is made of the deaths.
The series centers on a strong family whose members are respectful of and affectionate toward each other. Expect plenty of standard cartoon struggles between the "good guys" and the "bad guys," with the good guys triumphing in the end.
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