An accident made in the lab by father Utonium, created his three little girls, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup. The animated series “The Powerpuff Girls” was created by Craig McCracken and directed by Lauren Faust and Genndy Tartakovsky. The show revolves around the adventure of three little girls trying to save their city, Townsville, from all of the evil monsters and bad people. Blossom is the leader of the trio, while Bubbles is the sweet blue eyed one, and Buttercup is the toughest one of them all. “Girls Gone Mild,” was the episode I decided to watch. We learn how an anti-Powerpuff group doesn’t want the girls using their powers anymore. In this episode we learn how Mr. and Mrs. Practive have formed an anti-powerpuff group, so the girls can stop using their superpowers in Townsville. The parents formed a group called PAPP (Parents Against Powerpuff) so the girls weren’t allowed to use their powers. They were told if any of the rules were broken they would be sued. As we go further into the episode Stanley and Sandra learn the town is defenseless without the girls superpowers, because a group called “Dooks of Doom, soon comes to destroy the town, while everyone just hides or runs away. In one part of the episode, when the “Dooks of Doom” were coming into the …show more content…
As I kept watching the episode I did notice some onomatopoeia, when the monsters were driving through town and making all sorts of noises and sounds. If you ever thought about watching the series you might want to. The show may seem like it’s for little kids, but every episode has a different meaning. This episode might have been my favorite one because Mr.and Mrs. Paractive tried to underestimate the girls, but when they were in trouble they decided to break the contact, and let the Powerpuff Girls save the
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In the 1960s, people were focused on the civil rights movement, the Vietnam war, and the hippie movement in general. Unfortunately, there was a subject that was not focused on and looked over by society, mental illness. In the 1960s, mental illness was in the era of deinstitutionalization, this lead to the release of thousands of people in mental health facilities being let lose, to defend themselves against the world and their own self. Even though this movement was trying to push people out of these facilities, they still had inpatient who lived within the institution, for example a Susanna Kaysen. Susanna Kaysen, an author who published her memoir in 1993, called Girl Interrupted, which gave readers a view into the mental health system
Onomatopoeia can be used in many ways for many purposes. Typically to describe the sounds a noun makes. But onomatopoeia can also be used as a symbol, a form of foreshadowing, or as a form of suspense. “Whump. Too late. The carts were dropping- Jesus, he released the brake!- and for Eddie, everything slipped into watery motion.” The onomatopoeia in this scenario is used to describe the sound the roller coaster makes as it is falling from the top of the ride. Also, the sound is used as suspense because at that moment, Eddie must make a quick decision and try to save the girl under the ride. Will he save her or not is what the suspense is drawn too. Also, this is used as foreshadowing because it foreshadows events that happen in the conclusion of the story.
Another one of the characters in Umbrella academy is #00.01 spaceboy (luther hargreeves), he is the leader of the Umbrella academy. As a child he possessed the ability of super-strength. After an expedition to mars that went wrong, The Monocle had to transplant his head onto the body of a Martian gorilla. His powers were
In the first two lines, an aural image is employed to indicate a never-ending anger in the girl's father. Dawe uses onomatopoeia to create a disturbing and upsetting description of his enraged "buzz-saw whine." An annoying, upsetting sound, it gives the
Considering all the treatment methods used at Mclean Hospital, harsh physical treatments were rarely productive. Methods such as seclusion, ice-baths, Electro-shock therapy, and even the Hospitals atmosphere itself can make one wonder how anyone came out of there better than they went in. It seems odd that people teetering on the edge of sanity were subjected to such horrible treatments. Although such treatments sometimes worked, it in no way outweighs the horrible side
He uses this strategy most of the time when somebody is talking in the story because there is a lot of dialect that contains it. One example of Onomatopoeia used in the book is when Ishmael is speaking to his uncle and his uncles keeps saying “Ah” before he speaks because he is sighing. This gives out a detail of how his uncle is feeling or one could infer from this that Ishmael’s uncle is not in a joyful mood at that time. This helps create a setting for the reader that the conversation between Ishmael and his uncle is serious. This strategy helps with the purpose of the story because it creates a connection to the setting which is not supposed to be seen as joyful because evil things are going on and if the reader has a connection then the understanding will be
Onomatopoeia helps put pictures and sounds into the readers mind so that they can relate to what the writing is saying. The word ‘gargling’ really shows what the people who have to witness someone with lime gas in them hears. It says ‘gargling from the froth-corrupted lungs’, which really gets into your head. You can gargle with water, and so this relates back to drowning in a sea of green gas.
The book Girl, Interrupted is about a teenage girl Susanna Kaysen. At the age of 18 she voluntarily sent herself to the McLean hospital. In the beginning of the book the Susanna was talking to a psychiatrist she has been seeing for awhile, she has had a couple of suicide attempts so she started seeing that doctor. The doctor had recommended Susanna to go to McLean to help her be anti-depressive and help cure her borderline personality. Susanna ended up being in the hospital for 2 years.
Buttercup still lives in Townsville and has the powers of flight, super strength, near invulnerability, x-ray vision, super senses, heat vision, energy protection, invisibility, and control over lightning. In addition she is the only one without a unique power, unlike her sisters. Buttercup is known for being a tough and hotheaded tomboy
This action show again the lack of integrity neither Hal nor Lois possessed. Even though Reese and Malcolm are older, they did not portray in any part of the show they should be trusted to be allowed to run around a waterpark by themselves. This was proven by their pranks they continually pulled on each other. I for one would not allow my children to run free at a waterpark, unless they were able to prove to me they were responsible enough. Point in case, Malcolm was afraid to ride the monster water slide and he did not have the support of either parent to help him with the fear.
Mary Poppins is about a nanny who comes to the Banks family to take care of two young children, Jane and Michael. Mr. Banks does not like her in the beginning, however as she teaches the children manners and to have respect for others in fun ways, he starts enjoying having her around. The children and the family are soon happy with everything Mary Poppins has done for them.
The tones and sounds created centered around a central melody that was known as the “monster’s music”. This consistent score motif was characterized by harmonic, loud, crashing cords that featured minor seconds and more drawn-out tones.
Anime, is a term that is used to represent Japanese animation (Lamarre 1). It is a combination of both form of content and form of expression. However, there seems to be more emphasis on form of content rather than expression when discussing anime. Form of content includes the genre, story and narrative while form of expression includes the animation and the style. Form of content can be described as what the audience is being shown and the message that is conveyed. On the other hand, form of expression emphasizes how the animation is shown and as a means for the animation to be shown. In this paper, the first episode of the television anime series Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (also known as Bishōjo Senshi Sērāmūn in Japanese), will be