The Powerpuff Girls

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  • Cartoons And The Powerpuff Girls

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    Eddy” and “The Powerpuff Girls”: Different Cartoons, Similar Traits Danny Antonucci, creator of the well-renowned children’s cartoon “Ed, Edd n Eddy”, did not originally make cartoons of the sort. His career had previously consisted of more explicit, adult cartoons; the animation was the result of a dare given to him to create a new production for younger audiences (Celebrity Bio). In a similar way, Craig McCracken originally called his cartoon centered around crime-fighting girls “Whoopass Stew”

  • The 1990's The Powerpuff Girls

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    After hearing a story line of three little girls saving their town daily from constant attacks it usually draws the audience to imagine a new rendition of a superhero movie. It is easy to see things from a very one-sided point of view especially when having to do with a video game. At first glance or play the stereotypical thoughts are most likely the ones popping into the user's head. Of course there is no wrong in that but when we take a step back to analyze all of the elements going into these

  • Short Story Of The Powerpuff Girls

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    nice. These were the ingredients chosen to create the perfect little girls, but Professor Utonium accidentally added an extra ingredient to the concoction- Chemical X!” Sitting on the couch across the living room, Joana was practically bouncing in her seat with excitement. The Powerpuff Girls, her favorite television program, just started airing a brand new episode for the week. Turning her attention to the TV, the Powerpuff girls, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, had just started their battle with

  • Powerpuff Girls Research Paper

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    Powerpuff girls. From ages 5-12 I looked up to them. I wanted to be just like them, Not just because they were super heroes. I was 5 but I knew they weren't real. That wasn't the reason I looked up to them. They weren’t the only cartoon character that I looked up to, Dexter's Laboratory, Dora, and Little Einsteins. I looked up to the powerpuff girls because they have each other. They don’t have a mom and that doesn't bother them. If I didn’t have a mom I would be sad. I loved Bubbles. She is my

  • How Does Donald Duck Lose Your Personality

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    saw how we connected in some way and how I am a lot like her. There are other characters who I am also like in other ways. The three fictional characters that most represent my personality are Donald Duck for his short temper, Bubbles from The Powerpuff Girls for her sweetness, and Jasmine from Aladdin for her way of standing up for what's right and speaking her mind no matter who she is against. Although Donald is a duck and a guy, we do have the common aspect of losing our temper after being pushed

  • Examples Of TV Dilemmas

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    unfurling gray of his cigarette puff, my father boasted, “It’s a 51 cm color television.” It was an upgrade from the old, 13-inch black-and-white television I grew up watching. With the new TV, I could savor the oranges, blues, and greens of the Powerpuff Girls on Cartoon Network and marvel at the murky waters as the crocodile waded across the Amazon River on National Geographic.

  • My Favorite Cartoon Essay

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    my favorite cartoon shows. I would eat my breakfast in front of the tv and watch the new episodes that would air. Whether it be the classics like Tom and Jerry or Looney Tunes, or some new shows like Foster’s Home for Imaginary friends or the PowerPuff Girls. Watching these cartoons brought me solace and joy. It would bring me to its world of wonder and spectre. To this day, these shows have taught me many values and morals that I follow and helped shape me into a better person. It made me think

  • Personal Narrative: Drawing The Powerpuff Girls

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    One of the earliest memories I have is drawing the Powerpuff girls on a sheet of printing paper on my dining room table when I was three years old. Ever since I was five years old, I have been taking art classes; I remember winning first place for a cow I drew in oil pastel the same year. My family and my teacher would always compliment my works, and as I continued to win various art competitions, I began to feel more and more confident about my art. In elementary school, the highlights of my day

  • How To Write An Essay On The Powerpuff Girls

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    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

  • Does Violence On Television Really Impact Children?

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    television network KCOP, on Wednesdays at 8:00 PM and 9:00 PM, and follows a group of survivors during the age of the zombie apocalypse. The second show we chose was a children’s cartoon, the Powerpuff Girls, which airs on the television network Boomerang, on weekdays at 12:00 PM and 12:30 PM, and features 3 girls with supernatural powers who are always called up by the mayor to defend the town. Goals of this study include quantifying instances of violence in these selected shows and comparing types