Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Peter Parker (aka Spider-Man) may be the teenage son that every parent wishes for. He's loving, family oriented, respectful, responsible (though he sometimes gets home after curfew), and does well in school. Even when he's beating up bad guys -- which happens pretty frequently, this being a superhero cartoon -- his constant quips make it seem more like a game than a dangerous battle. All of this makes him a pretty good role model for young kids. That said, the show may seem a bit one-dimensional to older Spidey fans.
No sex or nudity, though Peter does have a major crush on one of his classmates.
Plenty of cartoon fighting, though there's no blood or gore, and nobody seems to get seriously injured. Spidey keeps a running patter going as he takes down the bad guys, which make the fights feel even less serious. Spider-Man uses fists and webs, supervillains use other unusual weapons, and some of the bad guys use guns.
There's a strong undertone about the importance of family connections, ranging from Peter's very loving connection with his Aunt May to Peter's pal Harry, who's clearly bothered by his strained relationship with a cold, domineering father. Peter is the victim of some bullying at the hands of the school's "cool" kids, but the experience further motivates his heroics on behalf of the innocent public.
There are lots of Spidey products out there.
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