The Powerpuff Girls was not originally conceived as a kids' show it was originally titled "The Whoopass Girls," but Cartoon Network wouldn't air the show unless it was changed to something more family-friendly. The mere existence of the items on this page lends credibility to the theory that it was only a kids' show in appearance and tone. Community Showcase More.
Skip navigation! Story from Pop Culture. Those big eyes and rounded stumps for hands and feet are uniquely specific to the girls, emphasizing their softly charming exteriors.
Sexy Powerpuff Girls artist hits back at online critics Published Updated. Bubbles, Blossom, and Buttercup are back! It all started when the owner of one comic book store complained about the sexy Powerpuff Girls image.
Opening shot: the city skyline during the day. Part of a piece of machinery is visible at the bottom edge of the screen. Turn down slightly; the machinery is the pulley of a crane, and the lower portions of the buildings have their structural ironwork exposed.
But while this year's reboot of the series is still serving up the same themes of female empowermenta recent episode may have taken a misstep when writers introduced a plot line involving Donny, a horse who wants to become a unicorn but — oops! In an interview with the Los Angeles Timesthe show's executive producer Nick Jennings said they hoped to use Donny's character to tackle questions of identity. Jennings said, "He has to go through a transformation to become a unicorn and so it's a whole [episode that asks], 'What are you on the inside?
Today Nov. Through our tears of nostalgia, we realized those three adorable animated heroines were even cooler than we thought. Also, we're really old.
Bellum is his deputy and the "brains" of his operations. The Mayor himself believes that she is the real head of Townsville. She has red hair, wears a red dress, red shoes, and her face is almost never shown throughout the series.
At least, that's what some of the internet found itself asking about this Cartoon Network commissioned Powerpuff Girls comic cover:. The cover caused the owner of a comics retailer, Dennis Barger Jr, to take to Facebook a few days ago and ask "Are we seriously sexualizing pre-teen girls like perverted writing fan fiction writers on the internet???? The remarks caused some controversy around how the girls should be depicted and whether or not they were being sexualized.