Henry Hart is a regular kid in the eighth grade who has a not-so-regular, part-time gig as Kid Danger. As a sidekick-in-training to Captain Man, Henry must keep the secret from his best ...
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Henry Hart is a regular kid in the eighth grade who has a not-so-regular, part-time gig as Kid Danger. As a sidekick-in-training to Captain Man, Henry must keep the secret from his best friends, Charlotte and Jasper, and his little sister, Piper. Henry's new animated exploits unfold in "The Adventures of Kid Danger," where he battles bizarre criminals and villains. Join Henry in all new adventures in all new areas of the superheroes' headquarters for the very first time.
Dan Schneider moves from sitcoms to animation, with the usual result
Now, when I heard that this show was going to be directed by Dan Schneider, I immediately gave up any chance of the show having some decency.
Now, with the hilarious exception of "Drake & Josh", all of Dan Schneider's works have been unfunny, uninteresting, and often uncreative, boasting horrendous acting and plastic humor to go along with it. Anyone who watches any of his shows outside of the targeted age group will be guaranteed to lose a few brain cells.
"Henry Danger" was not an exception. With unbelievable characters, ridiculous plots (even for a story about a superhero and his sidekick), and not to mention boring action sequences (whenever they do happen), the "Henry Danger" show is destined to become a forgotten show that society should do without.
When I heard that "The Adventures of Kid Danger" was going to be animated, I thought that Dan Schneider would get his chance to make something good since "Drake & Josh"... or, at least it would be marginally better than "Henry Danger". However, I can now decide that this show is majorly worse.
The characters are not only unbelievable, but also so annoying it isn't funny. The action sequences are just as unimpressive, but I can give a point to "Henry Danger" for actually having real people in the shoots. And the humor... it has immediately gone downhill to stupidity and slapstick.
As my final note, I do NOT recommend anyone to watch this, unless if they wish to perhaps (possibly) find a decent episodes among Dan Schneider's works, for there usually is.
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