"Avatar: The Last Airbender"
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Some characters kiss but not not often

Both genders are rarely seen in their underwear/swimclothes. No sexual comments are made on this.

Some teenagers flirt.


Many characters can control the four elements. These are used offensively, but it is never over-violent.

Some characters get minor burns rarely

A character is hit with lightning and has a scar as a result

A character has a huge bloody scar on his back, more sad than violent

Zuko has a bloody scar on the left side of his face


This is a Nickelodeon cartoon so this is very mild.

Mild name calling.


The fire nation may frighten younger viewers. People are thrown against walls. Other events include explosions, being trapped underground, giant insects, broken limbs, and fire burned tissue. No one ever dies on-screen. Apart from removing it entirely, the violence is as tame as a children's show can get.

A young teenager challenges his father to a firebending battle which he loses and his father burns his face (off screen) resulting in permanent disfiguration

A spirit known as the Face-Stealer steals peoples faces (Never shown to happen) at the slightest sign of emotion he can be frightening.

A spirit in the body of of a fish is killed (On screen)

Bloodbending is a scary ability as it allows the user to control the body by manipulating the blood this is shown by contorting the body against its will and can be disturbing

The viewer is led to believe that a character has committed genocide by drowning a town (It is revealed that everyone is safe) Final note: Suited for children 5 and up,teenagers,and young adults.

TV rating: Y-7

Suggested rating: TV-G

This is one of those rare shows that appeals to all ages.


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