The Powerpuff Girls have always saved the world before bedtime, but Mojo Jojo is back with his most diabolical scheme yet. As Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup face off with their enemy, the ...
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The Powerpuff Girls face their greatest challenge in this 10th anniversary special episode. There exists a Key to the World, which is handed from city to city on an annual basis. Whoever ... See full summary »
Made from sugar, spice, everything nice and Chemical X by the Professor; Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup now use their superpowers and super cuteness to save the world (or at least Townsville) from evil villains and all things icky.
Via a magic mirror, Twilight Sparkle travels into an alternate universe in order to recover a crown that was stolen from the Crystal Empire. Upon her arrival she is horrified to learn that she has turned into a human.
The fan-favorite cat-unicorn hybrid from The Lego Movie (2014) has adventures with her four other pals -- brother Puppycorn, scientist Dr. Fox, bodyguard Hawkodile, and boring, grey 1x3 Lego brick Richard.
The Powerpuff Girls have always saved the world before bedtime, but Mojo Jojo is back with his most diabolical scheme yet. As Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup face off with their enemy, the girls may have found the one challenge that has them staying up past bedtime.Written by
All of the original cast from the original series is back. See more »
The version that premiered on dutch television misses the scene where Professor Utonium meets Gregor Mendel, Isaac Newton, Slim Jim Wellbody and Stephen Hawking, omitting 24 seconds of running time. See more »
a true, unqualified disaster, even the professor can't save it
I really loved the Powerpuff girls, and i love all of the episodes, even the movie, the key to the city episode, and now.. this episode. Cartoon Network really messed up the whole production of this special because of Craig McCracken was not involved with this one. The continuity is especially, without a doubt, nowhere close to the original episodes, because Craig Mccracken throws in a curve-ball to change the arts. At least the special gives off a few good ideas, and a handful of exciting moments, but unfortunately, it is not enough for the girls and their professor to recover from this malicious loss in control. On the other hand, the graphics look so showgirls-esque, and only a hyper-active Fanny can squeeze any enjoyment out of Cartoon Network's latest adventure with the girls. Overall, i love the Cathy Cavadini, Tara Strong, and Elizabeth Daily, and the original voice actor's reprisals of their respected roles. Concluding my review, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup were not too cute for me. Stick to the original episodes, even the post-movie episodes.