The Powerpuff Girls is an Emmy award-winning American animated TV series about three five-year-old girls in kindergarten who have superpowers. Created by animator Craig McCracken, the program was produced by Hanna-Barbera until 2001 when Cartoon Network Studios took over production for Cartoon Network. The series is a spoof on American superheroes as well as Japanese Tokusatsu heroes like Super Sentai (adapted in America as the Power Rangers). As is typical in McCracken's work, the show also makes heavy use of references to older pop culture, particularly the famous English musical group The Beatles. In 2002, the series was made into a feature film. The series is being made into a reboot and is making it's return in 2016 on the CN block.
Powers of the Verse
The Titular characters- namely Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup are dwarf star level to likely small star level while most villains range widely from wall to mountain level, with some villains, such as The Rowdy Rough Boys being on par with the Girls. Overall it's a powerful verse.
The series is still new, so current stats are likely to change as the series goes on. Currently the monsters have ranged from wall level to large building level, with the Girls having flight speeds in the Subsonic range. Overall it's a fairly powerful verse, but not as strong as the original series.
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