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I had no idea any anime adaption would be this worth watching. In fact, I find it even better than the show it was based on. Please note that I love both this and the Power Puff Girls from 1998, but I actually prefer the even more awesome Power Puff Girls Z. The story and design are creative, and the theme song? That's even better than the original. There is nearly nothing I don't like about this. However, I would only give this show 9/10 because it got cancelled very early on. In my opinion, this belongs on TV and needs to have more episodes made. Aside from that, Power Puff Girls Z is highly recommended for all who have seen Power Puff Girls and even those who haven't.
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