In commemoration of the 15th anniversary of The Powerpuff Girls' premiere on Japanese TV, Parco Museum will hold a special collaborative exhibition titled "Love Live! ~μ's meet The Powerpuff Girls." Also presenting a retrospective of the five-year history of the Love Live! franchise, the exhibition will also display original American comic style art works of its VA unit μ’s inspired by The Powerpuff Girls, and will offer various merchandise items.
At the end of last month, following Cartoon Network withdraw plans to release a variant cover for IDW Publishing’s The Powerpuff Girls #6 comic following a retailer's criticism that the illustration by Mimi Yoon, depicting Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup as teenagers overly sexualized the young protagonists. More after the jump.
Powerpuff Girls return to Cartoon Network on January 20th with a new CG special animated in France by Je Suis Bien Content & Planktoon studios , with a new look and Beatles legend Ringo Starr but not creator Craig McCracken. Get a look after the jump.
Powerpuff Girls return to Cartoon Network on January 20th with a new special, with a new look and Beatles legend Ringo Starr but not creator Craig McCracken. Get a look at Dance Pantsed after the jump.