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Preview: The Powerpuff Girls: The Bureau of Bad

The Powerpuff Girls: The Bureau of Bad

Haley Mancini, Jake Goldman (w) • Phil Murphy (a & c)

Sick and tired of the Powerpuff Girls always saving the day, baddies unite at the TOWNSVILLE HIGH VILLAINS COUNCIL, determined to take the girls down once and for all. Gather ’round the table and hear the tales of the times Townsville’s worst ALMOST defeated the girls… from Princess Morbucks stealing their identities to the Fashionistas weaving a tale of forcing the Professor to create indestructible fabric with which to capture those pesky Powerpuff Girls, all culminating in MOJO JOJO’s tale of near-victory!

HC • FC • $12.99 • 80 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-247-9

Preview: Powerpuff Girls #6

Powerpuff Girls #6

Haley Mancini and Jake Goldman (w) • Nicoletta Baldari (a & c)

While stopping The Fashionistas in their latest attempt to steal the coveted Diamond Pumps, The Powerpuff Girls get blasted by an experimental SASSY RAY! Have they gone from “sugar, spice and everything nice” to “sass, frass and zero class”… forever?!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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Preview: Powerpuff Girls: Homecoming

Powerpuff Girls: Homecoming

Haley Mancini, Jack Goldman (w) • Derek Charm (a & c)

Following the debut of their NEW hit Cartoon Network show, THE POWERPUFF GIRLS make a triumphant return to the world of comics! These stories, written by show-writers Jake Goldman and Haley Mancini, reintroduce us to the world of TOWNSVILLE, beautifully illustrated by Derek Charm. Collects issues #1–3 of the new series.

HC • FC • $12.99 • 80 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-829-8

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The Powerpuff Girls Return September 1

Cartoon Network is kicking off the school year with all your favorite shows! Emmy-nominated series The Powerpuff Girls returns Thursday nights beginning Sept. 1 at 5:30 p.m. (ET/PT), with a full week of power-packed premieres following on Monday, Sept. 19.

Coming this Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 5, tune-in for back-to-back episodes of The Amazing World of Gumball, followed by a half-hour episode of We Bare Bears, Teen Titans Go! and a special sneak peek at Cartoon Network’s upcoming series, Mighty Magiswords. Catch new episodes of all returning and new shows Thursday nights this fall.

Check out the list of episodes below:

  • Monday, Sept. 1: “Odd Bubbles Out” – When Donny the Unicorn visits, Bubbles becomes jealous of his new friend.
  • Monday, Sept. 8: “Presidential Punchout” – When Morbucks enters the Student Body President race, Blossom sinks to her level to secure the win.
  • Monday, Sept. 19: “Fashion Forward” – When the Fashionistas launch a new line of brainwashing clothing, it’s up to the Powerpuff Girls to stop the fashion trend before it’s too late.
  • Tuesday, Sept. 20: “In the Garden of Good and Eddie”- When the girls try a quick-fix on their neglected veggie garden, they are left with a giant, mooching tomato worm they must care for.
  • Wednesday, Sept. 21: “Road Trippin’” – Realizing her and the Professor don’t have much in common, Bubbles schedules a road trip with just the two of them.
  • Thursday, Sept. 22: “The Big Sleep” – When the Professor’s latest invention wreaks havoc in the house, it’s up to the Powerpuff Girls to stop it before it escapes.
  • Friday, Sept. 23: “The Secret Life of Blossom Powerpuff” – When Blossom can’t join her favorite school club, she imagines what her life would be like if she joined other clubs.

Preview: The Powerpuff Girls #2

The Powerpuff Girls #2

Haley Mancini and Jake Goldman (w) • Derek Charm (a & c)

A hotshot movie director claims that his new movie is so scary, even THE POWERPUFF GIRLS will be too chicken to watch it! Never ones to back down from a challenge, fall into his trap! Using his “movie magic,” he’ll turn the girls into actual chickens so he’ll be free to enact his evil plans! Can the ChickenPuff Girls save the day?!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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Fashion Spotlight: Attack on Aku, Puff-Maniacs, Starry Files

Ript Apparel has three new designs! Attack on Aku, Puff-Maniacs, and Starry Files, by kurisutacreations, Coddesigns, and alex.pawlicki are on sale today only! Get them before they’re gone!

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The Powerpuff Girls Get a Second Season

PPG_Still_02[5]Cartoon Network has announced the renewal of the global phenomenon, The Powerpuff Girls. The series premiere in April won the night in all key demos and had over 81 million worldwide fans experiencing it across multiple platforms, making it the largest international event in the history of the network. The wildly successful Powerpuff Yourself avatar maker has also given over 12 million fans of all ages the ability to see themselves as a real Townsville superhero. The series also picked up its first Emmy nomination this year for “Outstanding Short Form Animated Program.”

As previously announced, The Powerpuff Girls will also make its inaugural appearance at San Diego Comic-Con, July 21-24 with its first-ever panel and an immersive Townsville-inspired booth.  Convention goers can step into the booth where they can print their personalized avatar on a t-shirt or tote bag using the Powerpuff Girls avatar maker

The Powerpuff Girls is produced by Cartoon Network Studios, with Nick Jennings serving as executive producer and Bob Boyle as co-executive producer. The voice cast includes: Amanda Leighton, Kristen Li and Natalie Palamides.

One of Cartoon Network’s most enduring original series, the initial run of The Powerpuff Girls, created by Craig McCracken, premiered in 1998 and earned two Emmy Awards along with five nominations and countless animation honors throughout its 78 episodes. The series also spawned a feature film with Warner Bros. Pictures in 2002.

Cartoon Network, The Powerpuff Girls and Scratch Give Plurals The Tools To Become The Next Generation of Creators

As part of their ongoing commitment to inspire the next generation of young creators, Cartoon Network is deepening its collaboration with Scratch and debuting the first of two coding-themed episodes from the global hit series, The Powerpuff Girls, along with the introduction of “Make It Fly,” a tutorial that shows young people how to create interactive animations and games using the Scratch global coding platform. The series, premiering Thursday, June 9, at 6:30 p.m. (ET/PT), joins We Bare Bears as the second Cartoon Network intellectual property uploaded to the Scratch website to encourage children to create and share.

In “Viral Spiral,” the first of two computer science-themed episodes of The Powerpuff Girls, Bubbles uses her coding skills to help save the internet. Kids can develop their problem solving and creative skills by visiting the free Scratch coding platform and using the new tutorial to make animations, stories and games starring Bubbles, Blossom and Buttercup.

Earlier this year, Cartoon Network announced its collaboration with the White House on the Computer Science for All initiative, a movement focused on making coding and other hands-on science, technology, engineering and math learning an integral part of every student’s education.

Scratch, a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab, is a free, easy-to-use programming language and online community that encourages kids to create and share their own interactive stories, games and animation projects. The MIT Scratch Team designed the website as a space where kids can express themselves creatively through technology and collaborate with one another. Through the Scratch online community, kids can try out each other’s projects, give feedback and suggestions, and even remix and build on one another’s projects.The Powerpuff Girls free coding tutorial is available online.

Fashion Spotlight: Underoos, Powerpuff Rangers, Steven and Buckhead

Ript Apparel has three new designs! Underoos, Powerpuff Rangers, and Steven and Buckhead, by
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Powerpuff Rangers

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The Powerpuff Girls Want Kids to Code

Cartoon NetworkCoinciding with the White House Science Fair today, Cartoon Network debuted a trailer for an upcoming coding-themed episode of The Powerpuff Girls and launched the first in a series of coding PSA’s.

Cartoon Network is collaborating with the White House on its Computer Science for All initiative, a movement focused on making coding and other hands-on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning an integral part of every student’s education.

The upcoming episode and PSA are part of Cartoon Network’s overall $30 million commitment to inspire the next generation of creators by engaging with kids at the intersection of art and technology. The PSA is the first in a series that the network will release highlighting for kids that they can learn coding as a means to express ideas, craft stories and create art.

In the Powerpuff Girls episode, which will air later this year, the girls work together and use computer science to solve a problem and face down a foe. This is part of the network’s ongoing commitment to using its programming to promote creative coding to its audience.

Cartoon Network is also collaborating with Scratch, a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab, to provide coding activities for kids through Scratch’s creative coding environment that feature Cartoon Network characters from shows including The Powerpuff Girls and We Bare Bears.

Check out the trailer for the coding-themed episode of The Powerpuff Girls.

And the Creative Coding PSA.

 

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