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Unfortunately, got worse and worse. Liked it to begin with. I then lost appreciation as it ignored entertainment to make statements
It's more of like a kids show, but it's still very entertaining to watch.
it is funny to see the journey of a super-powered boy, handling his social and superpower life, but also the seriousness of some parts, like Dion's mum getting a job or Dion's dad's death. it is a very good show
Great story line! Excellent cast a keeps u on edge of set, hoping to episode does not end!! An leaves you wanting to watch next episode, even though it is time for u to head to work
Not that good, but had a huge twist!
the child cant for his life.
I only watched this TV series because I wanted to see a fresh superhero story(something other than DC or Marvel, if you know what I mean). And Raising Dion's story actually is pretty interesting. But overall, the series is a pretty bad mess and you can't fix that with an interesting story alone.
Thought it was great until the 3rd show.. Done!
Although the special effects are well crafted overall, the banality of the dialogues and the non-sense of some scenes make watching this series a total waste of time.
Serie molto particolare, l'ho apprezzata tantissimo, adoro i supereroi e i poteri e l'idea di metterli in un bambino così piccolo e incosciente è a dir poco geniale! Tutti i personaggi sono molto ben caratterizzati.
Ma due cose non ho apprezzato: I compagni di Dion, doppiati non male, malissimo (italiano), e una delle scene finale dove Mark (padre) diventa di nuovo vivo, reale, fisico... Come d non gli fosse successo nulla.
Per il resto, gran bella serie.