Not sure why I’m thinking about this particular episode, especially since I haven’t watched this show in a long time.
I really feel sad for Elmer. I don’t know why it’s hitting me today, but I just want to give him a big hug and make him feel better, especially when the paste is thrown at him and he begins to cry. Even typing it right now makes me feel sad.
Idk, maybe it’s because the holidays are close to us, but I just feel sad for the little guy and I wish I could give him a hug and make him feel better, without him turning into a paste monster. I’m really happy Buttercup apologized to him at the end of the episode.
Hello everyone, & welcome too a new Reddit post series in mind I had while constantly rewatching after rewatching my top 10 favorite cartoons, The Powerpuff Girls, why don’t I change things I don’t find favorable in making the villains of the show better in own opinion.
Our first is Mojo Jojo, of whom I regard as the 1# arch nemesis too The Powerpuff Girls, only slightly beating HIM. However, I don’t favor just one factor too his character, his backstory, which works in concept, but is told in a way which doesn’t for me. I’ll explain later.
Before we get into the changes, I’ll be making a list of things I’m keeping for the character.
We’re (obviously, Duh) keeping mo' linguish. That’s the defining trait that makes Mojo a memorable villain. Can’t change something as iconic as that.
Let’s also keep his character’s tendency too jump between being smart & stupid, which ends up messing a lot with his plans.
Now a little rant, I don’t like Mojo’s backstory.
Mojo being a chimpanzee just behaving like a wild chimpanzee give me the impression that The Professor didn’t really care about him, nor didn’t have the competency to properly own a chimp. But that also doesn’t make sense when he perfectly raised three little girls through the show, which is infinitely more difficult than raising a singular pet. Mojo motivation doesn’t make sense either, as he just desires it because he desires it. Seems pretty shallow for a villain like Mojo, for me.
Mojo being the lab assistant to The Professor was a good enough idea, but I believe it should’ve extended too Mojo being a test-subject that caused his skin too turn green as a result. The experiment would shape the behavior of chimps & make them less violent & more communicative with humans, making him the perfect lab assistant in a sense while still maintaining his primate features like walking on their knuckles, typical ape behavior, etc. Mojo would’ve saw Townsville for what it truly was, a hellhole with a system of incompetency & ramped chaos. Such exposure would’ve caused Mojo too develop a sense of misanthropy & an overbearing what of projection from Professor Utonuim.
Now, I do like the idea of Mojo having hand in creating the girls, but I like too interpret The accidental addition of Chemical X created a building combustion putting the Professor in peril Mojo could’ve saved the Professor from the blast which resulted in their creation by being the one who took the blast for him, infecting him with chemical X In which should’ve given him his signature brain popping out of his skull, & his high intelligence. The blast would’ve further increased his hatred towards humanity, but not only that, so-much as hold a vendetta against Professor Utonuim.
In Mojo’s eyes, The Professor completely validated humanity’s existence by creating the girls, & valued human life as a whole. The Professor had lived with nobody, nor communicated with much people, mostly because of his established awkwardness. Mojo had interpreted this as him equally hating humanity as him, which was one of the reasons he lived him. The feeling of betrayal had emotionally stunted Mojo. That emotional turmoil had eventually turned too a desire for world domination.
Here’s an idea I found quite unique while writing this. The chemical X heightened Mojo’s intelligence & eventual increase in misanthropy, it also gave him the capacity too be negative & do bad. Mojo is aware he’s commitng evil action, but he doesn’t realize that it’s not helping his belief that the world is a terrible place ran by the criminally evil & dangerous alike. He just drives enjoyment from his vendetta against human, & hid eventual dreams of ruling the world, taking possession of the peons he truly hated.
The only reason Blossom, Bubbles, & Buttercup are good-spirted& aren’t as negative as Mojo is because the ingredients of Sugar, Spice & Everything nice gave them good & positive qualities, with the chemical X adding flawed qualities, such as Bubbles’ naiveness, Blossom’s egotism, & Buttercup’s stubbornness, in terms making them more human than one would expect.
That’s about done with my rewriting. I’ll be back too do the next villains, stay toon Incase I make more of these rewritings, & thanks for reading!
My first return to the traditonal art! This doesn't mean it isn't the last PPG drawing I'm gonna do.
But here is the twist, said three characters that we know were NOT the powerpuff girls beating them up this time.
I think the Practices are actually misanthropes who want Townsville destroyed since they tried to stop the girls from using their powers and they disguised themselves as moral guardians to try to hide their true nature. They are probably working for the villains to create PAPP so they can manipulate the girls easily to stop them from using their powers and cause chaos and destruction to Townsville and the world. PAPP is actually a cult advocating destruction, evil and chaos and they really don't care about the children in the slightest.
Bonjour à tous, je suis étudiante en Master d'audiovisuel et je fais mon mémoire sur les dessins animés Les Supers Nanas, Totally Spies et Kim Possible. J'aimerais poser des questions à des fans sur ce qu'ils pensent de la serie et de la représentation des persos. Est-ce qu'il y a des fans fr ici ?
Hello! I'm doing a project for my statistics class and I need to collect some data!
My topic is age vs. whether or not you watched/liked the 2016 powerpuff girls reboot!
I'd be super appreciative if you could answer with your age (could be an age range but I need it to be pretty specific, like 10-14, 15-20, 21-25 ect ect so I can effectively record the data), if you watched the 2016 reboot and whether or not you enjoyed it!
Don't you think, despite how bad of an officer he is, he was kind of right that the girls unfairly always do the police's job for them, making them seem irrelevant and useless in protecting the city they serve?
Like don't you think the girls, and any superheroes in particular, should only handle big things like giant monsters and super villains while leaving stuff like bank robberies and every day street crime to the police, who are capable of handling things like that on their own?