History Anime / DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ

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** Kuriko/Casey's brown color scheme and focus in one episode have caused most of the fandom, especially on DeviantArt, to consider her to be a loose counterpart to Bullet.

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** Kuriko/Casey's brown color scheme and focus in one episode have caused most of the fandom, especially on DeviantArt, Website/DeviantArt, to consider her to be a loose counterpart to Bullet.
25th Apr '16 11:03:45 AM Djangou76
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Ms. Bellum is a blonde instead of a redhead.



* AndIMustScream: Him's final fate. The last episode has his conscience trapped inside a cloud of white Z rays and hurled into space.

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* AndIMustScream: Him's final fate. The last episode has his conscience trapped inside a cloud of white Z rays Z-rays and hurled into space.



** The 36th episode has a scene where Momoko/Blossom finds a piece of her gym shorts in Miyako/Bubbles' sewing kit and imagines herself in her gym uniform with a close-up on her rear, where her shorts have a hole in them. The dub removes the imagined closeup of Blossom's rear, most likely due to it looking inappropriate.

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** The 36th episode has a scene where Momoko/Blossom finds a piece of her gym shorts in Miyako/Bubbles' sewing kit and imagines herself in her gym uniform with a close-up on her rear, where her shorts have a hole in them. The dub removes the imagined closeup close-up of Blossom's rear, most likely due to it looking inappropriate.



* ADayInTheLimelight: Episodes that focus more on the villains and make them seem fairly sympathetic. Most have their own {{Freudian Excuse}}s, or at least redeeming qualities.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: Episodes that focus more on the villains and make them seem fairly sympathetic. Most have their own {{Freudian Excuse}}s, or at least redeeming qualities.



* ExoticEyeDesigns: Himeko/Princess, and her sister Duchess, have star-shaped pupils.



** The GoodEnough Girls are a homage to the SteamyPuff girls. They are the Powerpuff Girls Z in an ancient time (this time the Edo period of Japan) who fight one of their major villains (Him). The Steamypuff Girls are also the Powerpuff Girls in an older time period (the Old West) who fight one of their major villains (Mojo the Kid).
** Kuriko/Casey's brown color scheme and focus in one episode have cause most of the fandom, especially on [[DeviantArt]], to consider her to be a loose counterpart to Bullet.
* NotMeThisTime: In the 22nd episode, when the mummy Him brought to life to find white energy that can be used to free him, he temporarily is sidetracked into stealing takoyaki (cream puffs in the English dub). Because Mojo Jojo had trouble getting the takoyaki, the girls initially assume that he created a mummy robot to steal all the takoyaki. The three are quite embarrassed to learn that Mojo had actually paid for the takoyaki they saw him eating, and that, he thus had no idea that there even was a mummy stealing takoyaki.

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** The GoodEnough Goodenough Girls are a homage to the SteamyPuff Steamypuff girls. They are the Powerpuff Girls Z in an ancient time era (this time being the Edo period of Japan) who fight against one of their major villains (Him). The Steamypuff Girls are also the Powerpuff Girls in an older time period (the Old West) who fight one of their major villains (Mojo the Kid).
** Kuriko/Casey's brown color scheme and focus in one episode have cause caused most of the fandom, especially on [[DeviantArt]], DeviantArt, to consider her to be a loose counterpart to Bullet.
* NotMeThisTime: In the 22nd episode, when the a mummy who Him brought to life (in order to find white energy that can be used to free him, he him), is temporarily is sidetracked into stealing takoyaki (cream puffs in the English dub). Because Mojo Jojo had trouble getting the takoyaki, the girls initially assume that he created a mummy robot to steal all the takoyaki. The three are quite embarrassed to learn that Mojo had actually paid for the takoyaki they saw him eating, and that, he thus had no idea that there even was a mummy stealing takoyaki.



* SettingUpdate: The story takes place in Japan now. [[CulturalTranslation The setting moves right back to where it used to be in the dub, though]].

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* SettingUpdate: The story now takes place in Japan now.Japan. [[CulturalTranslation The setting moves right back to where it used to be in the dub, though]].



** And of course, the series contains lots of [[ShoutOut Shout Outs]] to the original [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Powerpuff Girls]], most notably in the second opening, but also in the episodes themselves, including Bubbles talking to animals, an episode where the Mayor (possessed by a ghost) passes a law honoring monsters (referencing the original series episode Bought And Scold), an episode where Him possesses Bubbles' doll Octi (referencing Octi Evil), one where Him challenges the girls to get three items for him to save Professor Utonium, Ken and Poochi from [[strike:certain doom]] getting a haircut (referencing Him Diddle Riddle), one where vegetable monsters attack the girls (a reference to Beat Your Greens) and lots, lots, LOTS more. There's also an episode where Professor Utonium makes a "super suit", referencing the one he had in Powerprof. Buttercup's Hurricane Lutz move might be a reference to her ability to turn into a tornado in the original series. See MythologyGag for more examples.
*** The titular "z", perhaps?

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** And of course, Overall, the series itself contains lots of [[ShoutOut Shout Outs]] to the original [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Powerpuff Girls]], most notably in the second opening, but also in the episodes themselves, including themselves. These include: Bubbles talking to animals, an episode where the Mayor (possessed Mayor, when possessed by a ghost) ghost, passes a law honoring monsters (referencing the original series episode Bought "Bought And Scold), Scold"), an episode where Him possesses Bubbles' doll Octi (referencing Octi Evil), "Octi Evil"), one where Him challenges the girls to get three items for him to save Professor Utonium, Ken and Poochi from [[strike:certain doom]] from... getting a haircut (referencing Him "Him Diddle Riddle), Riddle"), one where vegetable monsters attack the girls (a reference to Beat (referencing "Beat Your Greens) Greens") and lots, lots, LOTS more. There's also an episode where Professor Utonium makes a "super suit", referencing the one he had in Powerprof. "Powerprof." Buttercup's Hurricane Lutz move might also be a reference to her ability to turn into a tornado in the original series. See MythologyGag for more examples.
*** The titular "z", perhaps?
examples.



* SpoofAesop: The second half of Episode 43 involves Blossom's attempts to impress Princess by pretending she has a boyfriend named Lucas Clark. It escalates to a point where she claims it's an alien being oppressed by his parents ''just'' as a passing space ship fitting her description passes by, leading to a chain reaction that causes the entire world to cheer for them to be reunited. When she goes on international television to admit that it was all a lie, she gets chased off Earth by an angry mob. The episode ends with her sitting on a meteor pondering her options as text and audio saying "don't lie" appear just before the fade.
* SuddenlyFluentInGibberish: Bubbles' counterpart shocks her teammates when she starts talking to puppies while they're trailing Him.

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* SpoofAesop: The second half of Episode 43 involves Blossom's attempts to impress Princess by pretending she has a boyfriend named Lucas Clark. It escalates to a point where she claims it's an alien being oppressed by his parents parents, ''just'' as a passing space ship fitting her description passes by, leading to a chain reaction that causes the entire world to cheer for them to be reunited. When she goes on international television television, to admit that it was all a lie, she gets chased off Earth by an angry mob. The episode ends with her sitting on a meteor meteor, pondering her options options, as text and audio saying "don't lie" appear just before the fade.
* SuddenlyFluentInGibberish: Bubbles' counterpart shocks her teammates teammates, when she starts talking to puppies puppies, while they're trailing Him.
25th Apr '16 10:49:45 AM Djangou76
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Many of the original ''[[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Powerpuff Girls]]'' RoguesGallery make a re-appearance here, although several of them are now of the TragicMonster variety - and Mojo Jojo is now a normal monkey turned MadScientist by Chemical Z, bent on seeking revenge against humanity which mistreated him. Instead of translating the convoluted speech pattern the original character used into a nigh-incomprehensible Japanese version, he has a VerbalTic and ends every sentence with "Mojo".

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Many of the original ''[[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Powerpuff Girls]]'' RoguesGallery make a re-appearance here, although several of them are now of the TragicMonster variety - and whilst Mojo Jojo is now a normal monkey turned MadScientist by Chemical Z, bent on seeking revenge against humanity which mistreated him. Instead of translating the convoluted speech pattern the original character used into a nigh-incomprehensible Japanese version, he has a VerbalTic and ends every sentence with "Mojo".him.



* BeautyEqualsGoodness: This is how the GenreSavvy Blossom and Mojo first realize that they're supposed to be enemies.]]

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: This is how the GenreSavvy Blossom and Mojo first realize that they're supposed to be enemies.]]



* CrazyPrepared: Ken and/or the Professor have, for no readily explainable reason, a ray that fires Chemical Z and another ray that reverses its effect, despite the fact that Chemical Z was just invented earlier that same day, cameras already positioned all over the world that just happen to be compatible with the Powerpuff's magical belt... things, and a rocket loaded with French dressing just in case the girls ever have to fight sentient vegetables... etc. Not to mention all those crazy steps that Ms. Keane took to keep the girls in class.

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* CrazyPrepared: Ken and/or the Professor have, for no readily explainable reason, a ray that fires Chemical Z and another ray that reverses its effect, despite the fact that Chemical Z was just invented earlier that same day, cameras already positioned all over the world that just happen to be compatible with the Powerpuff's magical belt... things, and a rocket loaded with French dressing just in case the girls ever have to fight sentient vegetables... etc. Not to mention all those crazy steps that Ms. Keane took just to keep the girls in class.



* HeWhoMustNotBeNamed: As with the original series, "Him" is the only designation that is safe to describe Him with. When Ken asks why, Utonium tells him Him's real name. You can't hear Utonium's voice during the scene, but Ken's expressions says it all.

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* HeWhoMustNotBeNamed: As with the original series, "Him" is the only designation that is safe to describe Him with. When Ken asks why, Utonium tells him Him's real name. You can't hear Utonium's voice during the scene, but [[YouDoNotWantToKnow Ken's expressions says it all.]]



* MagicalGirl: And how.

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* MagicalGirl: And how.In this version.



* MyGodYouAreSerious: It ''wasn't'' an April Fool's joke.



** Then you have the 2nd opening which contains numerous allusions to the original series, particularly the Liberty Bell, Harmony Bunny, and Mange suits from Super Zeroes, Blossom's ability to use her bow as a weapon, Bubbles' ability to talk to animals, Buttercup's ability to roll her tongue, Utonium's Powerprof. suit, and a mecha much like D.Y.N.A.M.O. The professor's suit, Blossom's bow attack, and D.Y.N.A.M.O. eventually make it into the series.
** And if that wasn't enough, one episode has the girls briefly drop into Townsville where the original Powerpuff Girls are fighting off a monster.

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** Then you have the The 2nd opening which contains numerous allusions to the original series, particularly such as: the Liberty Bell, Harmony Bunny, and Mange suits from Super Zeroes, Blossom's ability to use her bow as a weapon, Bubbles' ability to talk to animals, Buttercup's ability to roll her tongue, Utonium's Powerprof. Powerprof suit, and a mecha much like D.Y.N.A.M.O. The professor's suit, Blossom's bow attack, and D.Y.N.A.M.O. eventually even make it into the series.
** And if that wasn't enough, (as seen in AlternateUniverse above) one episode actually has the girls briefly drop into Townsville Townsville, where the original Powerpuff Girls are fighting off a monster.monster.
** The 21st episode has a plot where a group of vegetables take all the vegetables into space, after no one eats them, only getting beaten when eaten by the girls - likely a reference to "Beat Your Greens" from the original show.



** Miss Bellum usually wears white clothes in this series, but in some episodes she wears red like her American counterpart.

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** Miss Bellum usually wears white clothes in this series, but in some episodes she wears red red, like her American counterpart.



** Kuriko/Casey's brown color scheme and focus in one episode have cause most of the fandom, especially on [[DeviantArt]], to consider her to be a loose counter-part to Bullet.
* NotMeThisTime: In the 22nd episode, when the mummy Him brought to life to find white energy that can be used to free him, he temporarily is sidetracked into stealing takoyaki (cream puffs in the English dub). Because Mojo Jojo had trouble getting the takoyaki, the girls initially assume that he created a mummy robot to steal all the takoyaki. The three are quite embarrassed to learn that Mojo had actually paid for the takoyaki they saw him eating and that therefore he had no idea that there even was a mummy stealing takoyaki.

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** Kuriko/Casey's brown color scheme and focus in one episode have cause most of the fandom, especially on [[DeviantArt]], to consider her to be a loose counter-part counterpart to Bullet.
* NotMeThisTime: In the 22nd episode, when the mummy Him brought to life to find white energy that can be used to free him, he temporarily is sidetracked into stealing takoyaki (cream puffs in the English dub). Because Mojo Jojo had trouble getting the takoyaki, the girls initially assume that he created a mummy robot to steal all the takoyaki. The three are quite embarrassed to learn that Mojo had actually paid for the takoyaki they saw him eating eating, and that therefore that, he thus had no idea that there even was a mummy stealing takoyaki.



* PottyFailure: Mojo experiences this in the second half of the 49th episode when Bubbles (who is disguised as a nurse) fails to find the bottle he is supposed to pee in.

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* PottyFailure: Mojo experiences this in the second half of the 49th episode episode, when Bubbles (who is disguised as a nurse) nurse), fails to find the bottle he is supposed to pee in.



* PowerTrio

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* PowerTrioPowerTrio:



** Although they all still look like they are White of European descent.
* RoguesGallery: Mostly borrowed from the original series.

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** Although they all still look like they are White of European descent.
* RoguesGallery: Mostly borrowed from the original series.series, though there are some original villains, like the 'Great Michel' ('Gigi the Great' in the dub).



* SerialRomeo: Momoko/Blossom LOVES cute boys, but goes through crushes like candy and doesn't linger very long on any of them. One of the very first scenes that features her has her come across a boy and start gushing about him in a way that you'd expect him to be her main love interest... [[EstablishingCharacterMoment And then immediately afterwards she spots and starts gushing over several other boys in quick succession]].
* ShesAManInJapan: Snake/Ivy of the Gangreen Gang. Odd considering how the dub tried to make the show more like its CN counterpart. Then again, considering what the anime did to Snake's character, the result could have come off like a Drag Queen.

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* SerialRomeo: Momoko/Blossom LOVES cute boys, but goes through crushes like candy candy, and so doesn't linger very long on any of them. One of the very first scenes that features her her, has her come across a boy boy, and start gushing about him in a way that you'd expect him to be her main love interest... [[EstablishingCharacterMoment And then immediately afterwards she spots and starts gushing over several other boys in quick succession]].
* ShesAManInJapan: Snake/Ivy of the Gangreen Gang. Odd considering how the dub tried to make the show more like its CN counterpart. Then again, again; considering what the anime did to Snake's character, the result could have come off like a Drag Queen.



* SpoofAesop: The second half of episode 43 involves Blossom's attempts to impress Princess by pretending she has a boyfriend named Lucas Clark. It escalates to a point where she claims it's an alien being oppressed by his parents ''just'' as a passing space ship fitting her description passes by, leading to a chain reaction that causes the entire world to cheer for them to be reunited. When she goes on international television to admit that it was all a lie, she gets chased off Earth by an angry mob. The episode ends with her sitting on a meteor pondering her options as text and audio saying "don't lie" appear just before the fade.

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* SpoofAesop: The second half of episode Episode 43 involves Blossom's attempts to impress Princess by pretending she has a boyfriend named Lucas Clark. It escalates to a point where she claims it's an alien being oppressed by his parents ''just'' as a passing space ship fitting her description passes by, leading to a chain reaction that causes the entire world to cheer for them to be reunited. When she goes on international television to admit that it was all a lie, she gets chased off Earth by an angry mob. The episode ends with her sitting on a meteor pondering her options as text and audio saying "don't lie" appear just before the fade.



* SuperHero
* SuperHeroOrigin: The pilot.
* SwissArmyTears: {{Lampshaded}} in Episode 36, where Bubbles' tears release Octi from Him's control.

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* SuperHero
* SuperHeroOrigin: The pilot.
Shown in the pilot episode.
* SwissArmyTears: {{Lampshaded}} in Episode 36, where Bubbles' tears manage to release Octi from Him's control.



* TokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse

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* TokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverseTokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse: In this universe, given that it's an anime.



** Princess and Sedusa are given brief transformation sequences of their own. Princess' sister Duchess also gets her own alter ego.

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** Princess and Sedusa are given brief transformation sequences of their own.
**
Princess' sister Duchess also gets her own alter ego.alter-ego, and transformation, later on.



* TheUnreveal: In the 44th episode, Buttercup's dad finally allows his daughter to see his face, but since it happens offscreen behind the door to his dressing room, we don't get to see it. The same goes for his rival in the episode, whose face is deliberately obscured after his mask (which was possessed by Him) is removed and destroyed.
* VerbalTic: In the Japanese version, Mojo Jojo with "mojo", Fuzzy Lumpkins with "de mon da", Peach with "da wan".

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* TheUnreveal: In the 44th episode, Buttercup's dad finally allows his daughter to see his face, face; but since it happens offscreen offscreen, behind the door to his dressing room, we don't get to see it. The same goes for his rival in the that episode, whose face is deliberately obscured after his mask (which was possessed by Him) is removed and destroyed.
* VerbalTic: Mojo Jojo. In the Japanese version, Mojo Jojo instead of translating the convoluted speech pattern the original character used into a nigh-incomprehensible Japanese version, he has a VerbalTic and ends every sentence with "mojo", "Mojo". with ** Fuzzy Lumpkins with "de mon da", da",and Peach with "da wan".



* WeaponOfChoice

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* WeaponOfChoiceWeaponOfChoice:
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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: This is how the GenreSavvy Blossom and Mojo first realize that they're supposed to be enemies.

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: This is how the GenreSavvy Blossom and Mojo first realize that they're supposed to be enemies.]]



** The dub version has plenty of examples. In general, the language is cleaned up, as the original Japanese version had several characters, the girls themselves included, using words like "damn" or "crap".

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** The dub version has plenty of examples. In general, general; the language is cleaned up, as the original Japanese version had several characters, the girls themselves included, using words like "damn" or "crap".



*** While in the original the Boys climb on a roof and take a piss on people's heads, in the dub the scene is completely re-drawn, and replaced with them holding a garden hose and wetting people with it. This one's actually a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]], though; the same exact thing happened to the show in its original language. The scene where the boys piss on people's heads was only ever shown during the series' syndication, and once the episode came out on DVD, it was replaced with the same garden hose scene that got shown in the dub. Apparently the MoralGuardians in Japan weren't too happy with that scene either.

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*** While in the original the Boys climb on a roof and take a piss on people's heads, in the dub the scene is completely re-drawn, and replaced with them holding a garden hose and wetting people with it. This one's actually a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]], though; the same exact thing happened to the show in its original language. The scene where the boys piss on people's heads was only ever shown during the series' syndication, and once the episode came out on DVD, it was replaced with the same garden hose scene that got shown in the dub. Apparently Apparently, the MoralGuardians in Japan weren't too happy with that scene scene, either.



** The 36th episode has a scene where Momoko/Blossom finds a piece of her gym shorts in Miyako/Bubbles' sewing kit and imagines herself in her gym uniform with a closeup on her rear, where her shorts have a hole in them. The dub removes the imagined closeup of Blossom's rear, most likely due to it looking inappropriate.

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** The 36th episode has a scene where Momoko/Blossom finds a piece of her gym shorts in Miyako/Bubbles' sewing kit and imagines herself in her gym uniform with a closeup close-up on her rear, where her shorts have a hole in them. The dub removes the imagined closeup of Blossom's rear, most likely due to it looking inappropriate.



** The wrestling match between Buttercup's dad and his panda-themed opponent in the 44th episode has stars plastered over most of the action. Also in the 44th episode, Kaoru/Buttercup's crush is changed to wanting to learn wrestling moves. It seems a bit forced.

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** The wrestling match between Buttercup's dad and his panda-themed opponent in the 44th episode has stars plastered over most of the action. Also in the 44th episode, Kaoru/Buttercup's crush is changed to wanting to learn wrestling moves. It seems a bit forced.



* BroadStrokes: How the manga treats the canon of the anime, which is par for the course for anime-to-manga/manga-to-anime adaptations. The manga begins InMediasRes and gives the impression that the girls' backstory is the same as in the anime, but Mojo and Princess are the only villains who made it to the manga and one chapter is a loose adaptation of both episodes featuring Miyako's boyfriend. One particular difference is that with Him's absence, there is no given explanation for why the black Z rays turned its victims into monsters.

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* BroadStrokes: How the manga treats the canon of the anime, which is par for the course for anime-to-manga/manga-to-anime adaptations. The manga begins InMediasRes and gives the impression that the girls' backstory is the same as in the anime, but Mojo and Princess are the only villains who made it to the manga and one chapter is a loose adaptation of both episodes featuring Miyako's boyfriend. One particular difference is that with Him's absence, there is no given explanation for why the black Z rays Black Z-rays turned its victims into monsters.



** The manga has a one-sided love interest for Blossom named Natsuki as well as a pair of androids named Alpha and Beta.

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** The manga has includes a one-sided love interest for Blossom named Natsuki Natsuki, as well as a pair of androids named Alpha and Beta.



* CodeName: Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are just code names, with their real names being Momoko Akatsutsumi, Miyako Goutokuji, and Kaoru Matsubara resoectively. In the English dub, however, they are referred to as Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup both as superheroes and in their civilian identities.

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* CodeName: Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are just code names, with their real names being being: Momoko Akatsutsumi, Miyako Goutokuji, and Kaoru Matsubara resoectively. Matsubara. In the English dub, however, however; they are referred to as Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup both as superheroes superheroes, and in for their civilian identities.



%%** FragileSpeedster: Blossom
%%** SquishyWizard: Bubbles
%%** LightningBruiser: Buttercup
* CompositeCharacter: Poochi is combination of The Talking Dog and The PPG Hotline.

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%%** FragileSpeedster: Blossom
Blossom.
%%** SquishyWizard: Bubbles
Bubbles.
%%** LightningBruiser: Buttercup
Buttercup.
* CompositeCharacter: Poochi is a combination of The Talking Dog and The PPG Hotline.



* CulturalTranslation: The dub undoes the SettingUpdate and brings the show's location back to English speaking territory.

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* CulturalTranslation: The dub undoes the SettingUpdate SettingUpdate, and instead brings the show's location back to English speaking English-speaking territory.



* DarkIsNotEvil[=/=]AntiVillain: While many of the one-shot antagonists were created by exposure to black Z rays like the Powerpuff Girls' main rogues gallery, not all of them were truly evil, Some of them did not intend to harm anyone and a few were only slightly misguided. One notable example is Napolitan from the first half of the 33rd episode, who only wanted to find friends so that he wouldn't let his status as a plate of pasta brought to life make him feel lonely.

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* DarkIsNotEvil[=/=]AntiVillain: While many of the one-shot antagonists were created by exposure to black Z rays Black Z-rays like the Powerpuff Girls' main rogues gallery, not all of them were truly evil, evil. Some of them did not intend to harm anyone and a few were only slightly misguided. One notable example is Napolitan from the first half of the 33rd episode, who only wanted to find friends so that he wouldn't let his status as a plate of pasta brought to life make him feel lonely.



* DubInducedPlotHole: The dub of the first episode featuring Miyako/Bubbles' boyfriend Takaaki (who is renamed Cody) makes it so that he is in the hospital for breaking his ankle rather than having a heart condition. This becomes a severe continuity issue in the dub of the character's second appearance, since the dub copies Taka's heart problem rather than going on with the broken ankle change.

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* DubInducedPlotHole: The dub of the first episode featuring Miyako/Bubbles' boyfriend Takaaki (who is renamed Cody) makes it so that he is in the hospital for breaking his ankle rather than having a heart condition. This becomes a severe continuity issue in the dub of the character's second appearance, since the dub copies Taka's heart problem problem, rather than going on with the broken ankle change.



* FemmeFatale: Sedusa.

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* FemmeFatale: Sedusa.Sedusa, much like in the original cartoon.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: The second half of the 41st episode begins with Bubbles wishing that she could have a younger sister like Blossom, Blossom wishing that she had an older brother like Buttercup, and Buttercup wishing that she was an only child like Bubbles. Not long after, an attack by Fuzzy Lumpkins causes the girls to each switch minds with the girl they were envy of.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: The second half of the 41st episode begins with Bubbles wishing that she could have a younger sister like Blossom, Blossom wishing that she had an older brother like Buttercup, and Buttercup wishing that she was an only child like Bubbles. Not long after, an attack by Fuzzy Lumpkins causes the girls to each switch minds with the girl that they were envy each envious of.



** Poor Princess Morbucks grew up in the shadow of her incredibly talented sister Duchess, and got very little attention from her parents, and [[LonelyRichKid used getting whatever she wanted from her wealth as means of compensating for it.]]
** Sakurako/Annie was [[ShrinkingViolet shy and insecure all her life]], and can't bear it anymore now that she's in love with someone and feels that she's not sexy enough for him, hence her personna as Sedusa.
** Bubbles' boyfriend Cody [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent was transformed into a werewolf]], stemming from his desire for freedom from the hospital bed he's lived in for years due to a critical condition. [[spoiler: He recovered.]]

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** Poor Princess Morbucks grew up in the shadow of her incredibly talented sister Duchess, and Duchess. Thus, she got very little attention from her parents, and [[LonelyRichKid so instead used getting whatever she wanted from her wealth wealth, as a means of compensating for it.]]
** Sakurako/Annie was [[ShrinkingViolet shy and insecure all her life]], and can't which she couldn't bear it anymore now that she's being in love with someone and feels someone, not to mention feeling that she's not sexy enough for him, him - hence her personna as Sedusa.
** Bubbles' boyfriend Cody [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent was transformed into a werewolf]], stemming from his desire for freedom from the hospital bed he's lived in for years years, due to a critical condition. [[spoiler: He recovered.thankfully recovers.]]



* GenreSavvy: Momoko/Blossom, who for example was able to figure out Mojo Jojo was a villain when they first met because of his dark aura.

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* GenreSavvy: Momoko/Blossom, who Momoko/Blossom (as mentioned in BeautyEqualsGoodness above) was, for example was instance, [[http://otakutuesday.tumblr.com/post/68369032642 able to figure out Mojo Jojo was a villain when they first met because of his dark aura.]]



** You also have the [[CampGay Gigi the Great]] (aka Gilbert). He seems to especially love the word charisma.

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** You also have the [[CampGay Gigi the Great]] (aka Gilbert). He seems to especially love the word charisma. ''charisma.''



* InTheNameOfTheMoon: "Fighting Love, Science Legend! Powerpuff Girls Z!"
** Let's not forget "Fighting Love Knowledge Legend! Oedo Chaki Chaki Girls"
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Blossom and Bubbles fight with a yoyo and giant bubblewand respectively.

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* InTheNameOfTheMoon: [[GratuitousEnglish "Fighting Love, Science Legend! Powerpuff Girls Z!"
Z!"]]
** Let's not forget forget: "Fighting Love Knowledge Legend! Oedo Chaki Chaki Girls"
Girls."
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Blossom and Bubbles fight with a yoyo and a giant bubblewand bubblewand, respectively.



* LighterAndSofter: Compared to its American counterpart. [[{{Camp}} Much campier, too.]]

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to its American counterpart. [[{{Camp}} [[DenserAndWackier Much campier, wackier, too.]]
25th Apr '16 10:01:02 AM Djangou76
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''Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z'' ("And away they go! Powerpuff Girls Z") is an {{anime}} adaptation of the American cartoon ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''. It turns Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup into {{Magical Girl Warrior}}s, complete with elaborate [[TransformationSequence transformation sequences]] that hover somewhere between homage to and parody of [[MagicalGirl the genre]]. Originally announced on April 1, 2005, which led many fans to believe it was an April Fool's joke, but the show premièred for real on July 1, 2006.

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''Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z'' ("And away they go! Powerpuff Girls Z") is an {{anime}} adaptation of the American cartoon ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''. It turns Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup into {{Magical Girl Warrior}}s, complete with elaborate [[TransformationSequence transformation sequences]] that hover somewhere between homage to and parody of [[MagicalGirl the genre]]. Originally announced on April 1, 2005, which led many fans to believe it was an April Fool's joke, but the show premièred for real on July 1, 2006.\n



* AdaptationOriginConnection: In this continuity, the Powerpuff Girls and most of their enemies (not just Mojo Jojo) were created in the same accident.
* AdaptedOut: The manga version omits every major enemy of the Powerpuff Girls with the exceptions of Mojo Jojo and Princess.

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* AdaptationOriginConnection: In this continuity, the Powerpuff Girls and most of their enemies (not just Mojo Jojo) were created in within the very same accident.
incident.
* AdaptedOut: The manga version omits every major enemy of the Powerpuff Girls Girls, with the exceptions of Mojo Jojo and Princess.



** Averted in the dub, which [[DubNameChange removes all the Japanese names via reinstating the original names of anyone whose name was changed (and adding new Anglophone names where needed)]]
* AlphaBitch: Princess, obviously. Even more so is her new older sister, Ducchess.
* AlternateContinuity[=/=]AlternateUniverse: Not only does the anime follow a different continuity from the original cartoon, but one of the later episodes confirms that the anime and the original cartoon exist in separate realities.

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** Averted in the dub, which [[DubNameChange removes all the Japanese names names, via reinstating the original names of anyone whose name was had theirs changed (and adding new Anglophone names where needed)]]
needed.)]]
* AlphaBitch: Princess, obviously. Even more so is her new older sister, Ducchess.
Duchess.
* AlternateContinuity[=/=]AlternateUniverse: Not only does the anime follow a different continuity from the original cartoon, but one of the later episodes cartoon - [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhM9zExrHsEa a brief scene in Episode 51]] confirms that the anime and the original cartoon exist in separate realities.



** Averted in the dub thanks to the CulturalTranslation that it went through; none of the original English names are out of place any longer as a result.

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** Averted in the dub dub, thanks to the CulturalTranslation that it went through; none of the original English names are out of place any longer longer, as a result.



* BalloonBelly: The girls after eating too much ramen in episode 15.

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* BalloonBelly: The girls get these after eating too much ramen in episode Episode 15.



* BetweenMyLegs: Blossom in episode 13.
* {{Bokukko}}: Kaoru/Buttercup

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* BetweenMyLegs: Blossom in episode Episode 13.
* {{Bokukko}}: Kaoru/ButtercupKaoru/Buttercup.
14th Jan '16 12:00:50 PM Larkmarn
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* ClarkKenting: In this continuity the girls have secret identities, and they preserve these identities by changing absolutely nothing about themselves except their clothes when out superheroing. Nobody, not even people who know them well, recognizes them. This is made even sillier in the dub, where they don't even bother to change their names.
** It's explained in one episode that the clothes come with a glamour, this is how the RowdyRuff boys impersonate them in said episode.

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* ClarkKenting: In this continuity the girls have secret identities, and they preserve these identities by changing absolutely nothing about themselves except their clothes when out superheroing. Nobody, not even people who know them well, recognizes them. This is made even sillier in the dub, where they don't even bother to change their names. \n** It's explained in one episode that Even if the clothes come with costumes have a glamour, this is how the RowdyRuff boys impersonate them in said episode. glamour attached, it's quite jarring.
1st Jan '16 1:25:11 PM SalexNights
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*ImprobableWeaponUser: Blossom and Bubbles fight with a yoyo and giant bubblewand respectively.
1st Jan '16 1:21:20 PM SalexNights
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* AlphaBitch: Princess, obviously. Even more so is her new older sister, Daisy.

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* AlphaBitch: Princess, obviously. Even more so is her new older sister, Daisy.Ducchess.
1st Jan '16 1:16:34 PM SalexNights
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** It's explained in one episode that the clothes come with a glamour, this is how the RowdyRuff boys impersonate them in said episode.
1st Jan '16 1:11:27 PM SalexNights
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