History WesternAnimation / ThePowerpuffGirls

23rd Apr '16 8:48:01 AM CASCHero
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Eight years after the show ended (and five after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in January of 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he had left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a reboot of the series was announced for a 2016 release]].

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Eight years after the show ended (and five after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in January of 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he had left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a reboot of the series was announced for a 2016 release]].
release]]. It eventually premiered in April 2016, for tropes on that show, check it's [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016 trope page.]]
5th Apr '16 4:24:42 AM Classicalfan626
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One of Creator/CartoonNetwork's most popular [[CartoonCartoons original series]], originally called "The Whoopass Girls" by creator Creator/CraigMcCracken (they were created with "sugar, spice, everything nice," and a can of Whoopass) before it got picked up by the network during TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. ''The Powerpuff Girls'' revolves around a PowerTrio of {{Little Miss Badass}}es who fight crime in the fictional city of Townsville. These ArtificialHuman girls, who have no fingers, toes, flat feet, ears, noses, were created when Professor Utonium accidentally added Chemical X to his mixture of sugar, spice, and everything nice.

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One of Creator/CartoonNetwork's most popular [[CartoonCartoons original series]], originally called "The Whoopass Girls" by creator Creator/CraigMcCracken (they were created with "sugar, spice, everything nice," and a can of Whoopass) before it got picked up by the network during TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. ''The Powerpuff Girls'' revolves around a PowerTrio of {{Little Miss Badass}}es who fight crime in the fictional city of Townsville. These ArtificialHuman girls, who have no fingers, toes, flat feet, ears, or noses, were created when Professor Utonium accidentally added Chemical X to his mixture of sugar, spice, and everything nice.
4th Apr '16 5:59:45 PM Classicalfan626
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One of Creator/CartoonNetwork's most popular and groundbreaking [[CartoonCartoons original series]], originally called "The Whoopass Girls" by creator Creator/CraigMcCracken (they were created with "sugar, spice, everything nice," and a can of Whoopass) before it got picked up by the network during TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. ''The Powerpuff Girls'' revolves around a PowerTrio of {{Little Miss Badass}}es who fight crime in the fictional city of Townsville. These ArtificialHuman girls, who have no fingers, toes, ears, or noses, were created when Professor Utonium accidentally added Chemical X to his mixture of sugar, spice, and everything nice.

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One of Creator/CartoonNetwork's most popular and groundbreaking [[CartoonCartoons original series]], originally called "The Whoopass Girls" by creator Creator/CraigMcCracken (they were created with "sugar, spice, everything nice," and a can of Whoopass) before it got picked up by the network during TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. ''The Powerpuff Girls'' revolves around a PowerTrio of {{Little Miss Badass}}es who fight crime in the fictional city of Townsville. These ArtificialHuman girls, who have no fingers, toes, flat feet, ears, or noses, were created when Professor Utonium accidentally added Chemical X to his mixture of sugar, spice, and everything nice.
15th Mar '16 8:07:17 PM CASCHero
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''Note: This is the page for the original series. If you're looking for the 2016 revival, [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016 Go here]].''
14th Mar '16 1:08:30 PM RingSlinger
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One of Creator/CartoonNetwork's most popular and groundbreaking [[CartoonCartoons original series]], originally called "The Whoopass Girls" by creator Creator/CraigMcCracken (they were created with "sugar, spice, everything nice," and a can of Whoopass) before it got picked up by the network during TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. ''The Powerpuff Girls'' centers around a PowerTrio of {{Little Miss Badass}}es who fight crime in the fictional city of Townsville. These ArtificialHuman girls, who have no fingers, toes, ears, or noses, were created when Professor Utonium accidentally added Chemical X to his mixture of sugar, spice, and everything nice.

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One of Creator/CartoonNetwork's most popular and groundbreaking [[CartoonCartoons original series]], originally called "The Whoopass Girls" by creator Creator/CraigMcCracken (they were created with "sugar, spice, everything nice," and a can of Whoopass) before it got picked up by the network during TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. ''The Powerpuff Girls'' centers revolves around a PowerTrio of {{Little Miss Badass}}es who fight crime in the fictional city of Townsville. These ArtificialHuman girls, who have no fingers, toes, ears, or noses, were created when Professor Utonium accidentally added Chemical X to his mixture of sugar, spice, and everything nice.



[[TheStinger So,]] [[SoOnceAgainTheDayIsSaved once again,]] [[TVTropesWillRuinYourLife the life is ruined, thanks to TV Tropes!]]

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[[TheStinger So,]] [[SoOnceAgainTheDayIsSaved once again,]] [[TVTropesWillRuinYourLife the life is ruined, thanks to TV Tropes!]]
1st Mar '16 8:22:32 AM chaokiwi
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Eight years after the show ended (and five after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in January of 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he had left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a brand new TV series was announced for a 2016 release]].

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Eight years after the show ended (and five after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in January of 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he had left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a brand new TV reboot of the series was announced for a 2016 release]].
19th Jan '16 6:15:56 AM SuperEquality07
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Ten years after the show ended (and four after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he had left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a brand new TV series was announced for a 2016 release]].

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Ten Eight years after the show ended (and four five after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in January of 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he had left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a brand new TV series was announced for a 2016 release]].
6th Jan '16 10:22:45 PM C2
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Ten years after the show ended (and four after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he had left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a brand new series was announced for a 2016 release]].

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Ten years after the show ended (and four after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he had left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a brand new TV series was announced for a 2016 release]].
19th Dec '15 10:46:34 PM C2
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Ten years after the show ended (and four after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he has left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a brand new series was announced for a 2016 release]].

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Ten years after the show ended (and four after ''Powerpuff Girls Rule'' special). The series came back in the form of a CGI special in 2014. Most likely as a test pilot for a reboot (though oddly this was ''after'' Craig had left Cartoon Network to work with Disney on ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'', and even before then he has had left the show after season 4). Supporting this is the that [[http://read.idwpublishing.com/Powerpuff-Girls/comics-series/11436 the girls returned to comic book format in September 2013]], this time under the IDW brand as part of a deal to allow classic Cartoon Network cartoons to be told in new adventures. Sure enough, [[http://www.eonline.com/news/551366/the-powerpuff-girls-returning-with-new-series-on-cartoon-network a brand new series was announced for a 2016 release]].
17th Sep '15 2:10:43 PM DaveyDoodlebug
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