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As a parent, the one thing that really irritates me is that all of the shows that are aimed at kids these days are so girly! I mean, iCarly, Hannah Montanna, Wizards of Waverly Place....am I wrong? For my 8 year old son who enjoys playing with monster trucks and action figures, this really won't cut it.
Which brings me to why I am so thankful for Supah Ninjas! This is the first kids show in awhile that truly appeals to young boys. It's fun, funny, action packed, yet the violence is really very minimal. I also really love the message that it sends in that sometimes ordinary kids, can do extraordinary things. As a mom I truly appreciate that. I've watched a few episodes with my son and I find myself laughing along with him. Artistically it's absolutely fantastic, extremely appealing to the eye! OK, you caught me, I actually enjoy the show quite a bit as well. Most of all, I love that now I don't have to sift through adult oriented action films just to find something geared towards a boy.
The other day my son told me "Mom, for Halloween this year, I want to be a Supah Ninja!" Please keep this show running, it's fantastic!
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