#Comic #Review: Powerpuff Girls Volume 1

powerPowerpuff Girls Volume 1 by Troy Little

Published: April 29th 2014
Publisher
: IDW Publishing
E-Copy: 152 pages
Genre: Humour, Action
Next: Volume 2
Source: Thanks to Netgalley and IDW Publishing
Buy: — Paperback

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The Powerpuff Girls are back in this all-new adventure by Troy Little! There are some strange things going on in Townsville. The villains are villains no-more and are teaming up with the heroes? It’s a good thing Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are still around – just in case!Goodreads

I am a big fan of Powerpuff Girls, so I jumped at the chance to review this comic. I was not disappointed! The comic mimics the TV show and the girls personalities to a T. In this volume the girls are faced with a different situation than what they are used to. The villains of Townsville have decided to turn good, but this is something that doesn’t sit well with Buttercup. Then there is Mojo Jojo that has decided that he wants to cure his super-villain brain, and thus he is turned back into the Professor’s lab monkey. But he is still trouble, just in a different way.

Overall this was a page turner and a great delight to read. It ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, which means I will have to pick up the next one when it comes out!

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Illustrations: 4 stars
Story: 4 stars
Overall: 4 stars

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  • I used to watch The Powerpuff Girls a lot when I was younger, though I really can’t seem to recall too many of the storylines now. This sounds like a cute read though. Glad you liked it.

    • Sugar & Snark

      I still love them! They are just so light, fun and silly 🙂

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