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What? No, we're taking this to the lava - Oh, I get it, Earth humor!
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All the fun of giant transforming robots without the mega-violence
We watched this show with a 4 year old obsessed with fire fighters. It was a great transitional show for him. As a parent, I thought the messages in the show were pretty positive. I also appreciate that they had cool mega robots that weren't engaged in violent activity. My son liked the plot, the characters (both robot and kid) and most of all, the giant transforming robots.
No serious guns or violence
Giant transforming robots
Functional family themes
Would have liked to see more use of the female characters
The toys that accompany the series certainly encourage consumerism.
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