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Leader of the Powerpuff Girls, naturally, although a bit more reserved in this version than in the TV series. She has struck up a friendly relationship with Dexter after being saved from Mandark in the first arc of the webcomic.


The perky blonde of the trio. Not much difference between her version here and the 1998 TV version. She is the most extroverted among her sisters, striking up numerous friendships in the series, and has picked up an interest in dancing.


The rough-and-tumble brunette of the trio. Much more aggressive here than on TV, and has an amusing crush on Jack-sensei, the gym teacher.


The titular boy genius of Dexter's Laboratory. Still, the same Science Hero that we all know and love, though thankfully not as arrogant this time around. Tests the girls' combat skills on their first day at Megaville Elementary, becoming friends with Blossom afterward. He is haunted by the death of Dee Dee, his older sister, who died trying to protect him while he was fighting Mandark, his arch-rival. He was attempting to reconstruct her as an android but has since suspended the project.

  • Badass Bookworm: It's Dexter. No surprises here.
  • Badass Longcoat: Observe.
  • Badass Normal: He doesn't have any supernatural powers, but is nevertheless capable of holding his own in a fight with his intellect and gadgets.
  • Bishie Sparkle: When being particularly sciency.
  • Break the Haughty: In the original series of Dexter's Laboratory, Dexter would come off as an Insufferable Genius accompanied by a huge ego. He hated all things "stupid" and did not enjoy some of the simpler things in life like Dee Dee had done. However, after Dee Dee's death, Dexter has shown to be a lot less arrogant and seems to act in a more caring and understanding manner than he used to. Instead of trying to prove his superior intellect to the world, he's become more reserved and helpful with others without showing any sign of arrogance on his end.
  • Deliberate Under-Performance: While Dexter is by no means any less intelligent than he was in the original series, it is shown that he rarely, if ever, creates any inventions like he used to, which are scientific marvels in comparison to his scientific colleagues. Before Dee Dee's death, his marvel inventions consisted of the following: time travel, dimensional travel, gravity manipulation, teleportation, reality-warping, and countless robots. However, since Dee Dee's death, he doesn't seem to show any of his old inventions or making new ones. Instead, he is shown to help other people's projects instead and lending aid to research with his fellow scientists regarding the bomb that occurred on the Moon and on Earth.
  • Heroes Want Redheads: Again, irony abounds.
  • Heroic BSoD: Twice.
  • Last Kiss: With Olga in Chapter 9. While Blossom doesn't know of this, it'll probably not end well.
  • Not So Above It All: As the saying does, "Old habits die hard". While he's genuinely kinder than how he was in the original show, Dexter can still have his moments of pride in his intellect.
  • Now It's My Turn: In the first fight against the Powerpuff Girls.
  • Science Hero: A given, since he displayed interest in becoming a superhero in the original show.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Most often coupled with Purple Prose. His Internal Monologue in chapter six is probably the best example.
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: About Blossom to Coop in Chapter 5. Naturally, he doesn't buy it.
  • Shirtless Scene: After the fight with Mandark. Made even better with the bandages.
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: To Mandark.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: When he hacks the underground vault to the panic room and changes the password to "Big Red Bow" telling Olga it had no real meaning. Of course, it's hard to deny this in a room full of scientists, one of which being the father of the subject matter.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: He undergoes this after Dee Dee's death, being far less arrogant and kinder to others at the start of the webcomic.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: Blossom was amazed at how beautiful Dexter's eyes were under his glasses.
  • You Remind Me Of Her: Dexter views Bubbles as this because her behavior, mannerism, and appearance remind him heavily of Dee Dee. And not without good cause: they both have blonde hair in pigtails, they both have blue eyes, they're both very cheery individuals, they both love to dance (specifically ballet), and they both know how to talk to animals. If there's one difference between the 2, Dexter is far nicer to Bubbles than he was to Dee Dee when she was alive.

Dee Dee

Dexter's sister. She died after Taking the Bullet for Dexter during a firefight with Mandark, returning, later on, to keep history from repeating itself with Blossom.


Yes, that Jack. Plays the role of gym teacher at Megaville Elementary and lives at a dojo located near the school. He teaches students basic self-defense while also helping to maintain order on campus, as demonstrated during the Powerpuff Girls' fight against Dexter. Has quite a following amongst the female students.

  • Adaptational Name Change:
  • Badass Normal: Everything he does, he gained through training.
  • Badass Teacher: It's Samurai Jack. Of course he's going to be one of the coolest teachers of all time!
  • Big Damn Heroes: Mojo Jojo's newest monster is about to literally eat Bubbles and Buttercup alive, and Dexter stops Blossom just as she's about to jump into the fray, saying that "help is on its way". Cue Jack.
  • Cool Teacher / Hot Teacher: The female half of Megaville Elementary's student body certainly seems to think so.
  • Everything's Better with Samurai: Except for Dexter, none of the other characters seem aware of Jack's samurai status.
  • Honor Before Reason: With his brief battle against Sam. Despite having just bisected one of the Darkstar cronies not a second ago, he holds back because against her since she still a child. Sam, of course, takes advantage of this and shocks him into submission. To add insult to injury, she steals his sword as well.
  • Mr. Fanservice
  • Stern Teacher: Natch.


The little history wiz from Time Squad. Another one of the students at the school, and also a friend of Dexter's. In this version, he is an accomplished Time Ranger with the equipment to travel through time. He shows Blossom Dexter's past in order to help her better understand him. Later, he acts as the messenger when Mandark kidnaps Blossom, and ends up joining in on the rescue mission.


The big loveable buffoon of Megas XLR. Comes to Dexter's aid to help rescue Blossom, holding off Samantha and her mecha while Dexter deals with Mandark. Before that, he loaned Megas to Dexter for repairs and maybe some tweaking.


Darkstar Council

A group comprised of all of the story's main villains and headed by Dr. X. Unsurprisingly, their ultimate goal is to Take Over the World.

Dr. X

A mysterious, faceless figure with a flaming head who has his sights set on taking over the world, starting with Megaville.


Dr. X's daughter and a Powerpuff Girl-look alike / copycat / clone. One of the strongest fighters in the Darkstar Council. She manages to give Blossom a real run for her money during their Cat Fight. Has deep emotional attachment to Mandark and GIR, whom she calls "Girly".


Dexter's bitter rival in all things science. During one of their usual scuffles, one of his Jackbots managed to get clear aim at Dexter. Dee Dee, however, jumped in the line of fire to save him at the cost of her own life. Mandark took her death as hard as Dexter did, possibly even more so, and with a little prodding from Dr. X and Bell, he convinced himself that Dexter was at fault and plotted to kill him for it by kidnapping Blossom and using her as bait to lure him out. Sure enough, Dexter comes to rescue her, and the two duke it out in one final battle, which cumulates in an emotional breakdown so severe that Mandark outright demands that Dexter kill him. Dexter refuses on the grounds that Dee Dee wouldn't want him to do it, and Mandark, having completely lost the will to live at this point, triggers his lair's self-destruct mechanism and presumably dies in the ensuing explosion.


Everyone's favorite Irken invader is seen here fulfilling the role of Dr. X's house maid, while his robot companion GIR is off with Bell. Dr. X has promised him the chance to take a shot at the Powerpuff Girls himself. Whether he was just humoring Zim or truly meant it remains to be seen.


Zim's robotic assistant. Silly and nonsensical as always, Bell has taken a liking to him to the point of unofficially adopting him as her pet, and the two can usually be seen together in any strip in which Bell makes an appearance.


The resident bully from the Medabots series, AKA Kikuhime being her original Japanese name. Why she joined forces with Dr. X is anyone's guess. She assists Mandark during his battle with Dexter by distracting Coop and Megas with her own equally powerful Humongous Mecha, and she has the upper hand until Buttercup shows up, forcing her to retreat but not before vowing revenge on Buttercup.

  • Adaptational Villainy: Granted she was initially antagonistic in the Medabots TV series but otherwise a fairly minor if harmless threat that eventually became friends with Ikki. Here, she's just out and out psychopathic whose more then willing to get into a fight. Justified due to her Dar K And Troubled Past and Dr.X manipulating her.
  • Arch-Enemy: Declares she is this to Buttercup after their first meeting.
  • Blood Knight: During a fight, Jack observes that she seems happy to be fighting. She does surprisingly try to stick to the Darkstar's plan. But when Buttercup interferes one too many times, she reverts back to this route.
  • Combat Pragmatist: During her fight with Jack, she catches his sword, and then uses it to electrocute him.
  • Dark Action Girl: Enjoys beating the heroes and targets Buttercup first chance she gets.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: While the details are unclear, apparently Dr. Hebereke got his hands on the Kilobots and used them to kill all of her friends. She would've died too if Dr. Alexander Megalos/Dr.X hadn't turn her into a cyborg.
  • The Brute: Typically shows up at the head of a bunch of Cluster Mecha-Mooks and Elite Mooks, and her villainy consists mainly of attacking the heroes.
  • Face Death with Dignity: In a sense, she seems rather calm when meeting Grim and takes the knowledge that she's dead pretty well.
  • Humongous Mecha: The Megabee.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Her death at the hands of Bell, by the very sword she stole from Jack.
  • Irony: Stole Jack's sword with the intent of hacking up or impaling someone with it, and ends up being impaled herself, by Bell, of all people.
  • Kick the Dog: Not enough to beat Jack, she has to take his sword as well.
    • Planned on doing this to Bell by having GIR act as the conduit for the Temporal Bomb. Both instances come back to bite her, hard.
  • Robotic Reveal: Was thought to have cybernetics to augment her powers. But during a fight with Buttercup, part of her skin is torn off revealing she's completely a robot. However its shown she wasn't completely changed as after she dies, her soul floats out her body where she meets Grim.
  • Super Senses: Has telescopic vision, as well as x-ray and infared.
  • Symbol Swearing: After she gets suckerpunched by Buttercup.
  • Talk to the Fist: When Coop is doing one of his usual speeches, she interrupts him by smashing her arm through the windshield of Megas's cockpit and pulling him through.
  • Teeth Flying: Buttercup sends Samantha's tooth flying when she appears. She later in the story tries to return the favor but only succeeds in sucker punching the powerpuff cause, well, she a superhero.

Mojo Jojo

The Powerpuff Girls' arch nemesis; his obsession with destroying the girls caused him to follow them into Megaville after they moved there. After his initial attempt on their lives on the first day of school failed, Mojo was shanghaied by Bell and brought to Dr. X, where he was offered a place in the Darkstar Council. Just what plans Dr. X has for him remains uncertain.

  • Hijacked by Ganon: He's the first official villain to show up in the comic and the first to take action against the girls. But is quickly waylaid by Bell and offered to join the Darkstar Council.
  • Orcus on His Throne: An unusual variant if you've seen the show where he's a lot more direct. Here he actually sends monsters against the girls rather then combat them himself.
  • Put on a Bus: His joining of the Council is made to look like a big deal, but he's only been seen twice since then - once in the background, hooked up to a machine of some kind, and then in a flashback of Bell's, where he's arguing with Zim over something.

Queen Vexus

Jenny's arch-enemy and the former ruler of Cluster Prime. She now leads a rogue faction still loyal to her and has teamed up the Darkstar Council



A cowardly pink canine who was left in Jack-sensei's care by his previous owners, Eustace and Muriel Bagg, after getting badly injured note . Became fast friends with Bubbles.

The Rowdyruff Boys

Brick, Boomer and Butch, the Powerpuff Girls' evil male counterparts who were originally created by Mojo Jojo. Here, they're the subject of study in a secret government project called "Project Rowdy". Exactly what said project entails remains a mystery. In this version, Boomer is a little more innocent, while Brick and Butch are apparently planning revenge against the Powerpuff Girls for their last defeat. Interestingly, the idea to include the Rowdyruff Boys in the comic at all wasn't Bleedman's, but that of a deviantART member.note  By the time of comic, the Rowdyruffs hadn't reappeared back in the TV show yet.


The robot heroine of My Life as a Teenage Robot and also part of Project Rowdy, where she more or less serves as the boys' combat training opponent. Their last simulation session ended badly. She lost an arm and was seen having it repaired. Has recently reappeared back in the story.

Dr. Nora Wakeman

Jenny's "mother" and another participant in Project Rowdy. She disapproves of the Rowdyruff Boys' extreme fighting style, particularly that of Butch. And isn't afraid to talk down to them in spite of their power. It was later revealed she in town from Tremorton for a science expo, which the ballet class from Megaville Elementary is opening for.


The Grim Reaper, though he hasn't been doing much reaping lately. His existence in this universe is expanded upon in the semi-related Grim Tales from Down Below. If the two comics do in fact share a universe, that is.

Olga "Lalavava" Astronomonov

Mandark's sister and previously unseen member of Megaville Elementary student body. Appeared immediately following Mandark's death and seems to be keeping an eye out specifically for Dexter and the Powerpuff Girls. Has apparently been head of the school's dance troupe since something happned to the previous leader ( presumably Dee-Dee dying) and previously hung out with Mandy and Gaz.


Better known as Atomic Betty. Stars in a sidestory entitled The Forgotten, in which she and her crew come across a seemingly abandoned ship that turns out to be occupied by the Cluster. The outcome wasn't pretty.

Professor Utonium

The Powerpuff Girls "father". Ended up moving his family to Megaville after a job opportunity and trying to help them adjust. A very loving father with a bit of a silly side occasionally.


Dexter's lab monkey who was given superpowers from his experiments, unknown to the boy genius as Monkey keeps it hidden from him. Was called into action by Honeydew (one of the MC's of the science expo) after the Darkstar Council invade it.


Full title: The Prime Woodland Naga Vicar of Resolution, Divinely Chosen Proselyte of the Great Azure Dragon and Heaven of the East. A mysterious boy who Bell encounters while on the moon. He reappears watching the fight between Blossom, Buttercup, Bell and Sam alongside Grim and Dee Dee, waiting for something to happen and asking Grim to do something the three want.

  • The Four Gods: His title references Seiryu.
  • Intangibility: A rock passes through his head, right to Bell's hand, and the guy didn't even notice it. Cue Bell believing he's a ghost but he assures he's not.
  • Original Character: Naga is actually an OC from the co-writer, Seiryuga.
  • Our Spirits Are Different: He's not completely intangible since he could give Bell her suit back, but Bell was the only once who could see him, GIR's scanning didn't notice him at all and he's an acquaintance of Grim and Dee Dee.
  • Peek-a-Bangs
  • Reasoning with God: He, alongside Dee Dee, asks Grim to help them save the world from the Darkstar's bomb.


An android created by the brilliant Dr. Ivo that was designed to copy the powers of anyone it sees. It has copied so many powers that it is practically a Physical God. Despite this it has decide to take uninvolved role in the affairs of the universe. It shows up to save Betty and read her mind to discover what happened to her, but decided to stay out of the growing conflict as it is not his place to intervene.

  • All-Powerful Bystander: He's practically a Physical God in his current state, but has chosen not interfere directly with the larger affairs of the universe.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Shows up just in time to save Betty, but not in time to save her crew.
  • Story-Breaker Power: If he every chose to get involved he could probably solve most of the conflicts in the story in less than a few minutes. His self-imposed status as an All-Powerful Bystander prevents him from getting too involved and hasn't appeared in the story since the sidestory The Forgotten.
  • The Watcher: His self-assigned role in the universe. The last page he appears in is fittingly titled The Watcher.


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