This weeks marks the release of the final wave of toys in Lego Dimensions year two, possibly the final wave ever. If the game’s going out, adding Teen Titans, Powerpuff Girls and Beetlejuice to the mix in one fell swoop is a heck of a way to go.
The Lego Powerpuff Girls are adorable, and they’ll be hitting Lego Dimensions on September 12, alongside Teen Titans Go! and Beetlejuice. These are the last scheduled releases for the toys-to-life game for the time being. Ending on a high note, I’d say.
Sugar, spice and an interesting game-shifting device is what Cartoon Network and developer Grumpyface put into Powerpuff Girls Flipped Out, the mobile side of this year’s big relaunch.
Samurai Jack’s on his way back to TV. So are the Powerpuff Girls. Don’t dare use the p-word around Townsville’s cute crimefighters, though.
Professor Utonium’s accident with Chemical X is far worse in GTA V. It’s the exact opposite of “sugar, spice and everything nice”.
Last week we gazed into the abyss, and the cold, dead eyes of the new International Rescue team from Thunderbirds gazed back. As movies and TV constantly seek to strip-mine your nostalgia for profit, redesigns like this are common. And sometimes, they go very wrong. Here are 11 awful makeovers of our childhood…
The Powerpuff Girls have changed... Looks like Professor Utonium went batsh*t insane in this alternate universe of the cartoon, and instead of sugar and spice, he added cyborg bodysuits to his concoction.
America has had plenty of experience in taking awesome Japanese anime and making terrible adaptations of them. But for every Dragonball: Evolution, Japan has also borrowed one of our properties, and desecrated it in much the same fashion. Here are eight American casualties in this cross-pop culture war.
Bubbles! Blossom! Buttercup! ...what are y'all wearing?
I'm not sure what you'd call this series. The Powerpuff Women sounds...weird. But whatever they'd call it, if it were real, I'd watch it.
Perhaps I was the only male over the age of thirteen to hope that Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL for the Xbox 360 was something more than a sloppy clone of Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. series of character-driven fighting games.