Published by Idea & Design Works on April 29, 2014
Genres: Graphic Novel Middle Grade
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The Powerpuff Girls are back! 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!
My daughters have always been fans of the Powerpuff Girls. They love them so much they still have all the dolls and even dressed up as them for Halloween. So when I saw this on Netgalley I thought it would be fun to do another guest review with my youngest daughter, who is now 11-years-old. So here is her review, in the form of an interview:
What did you like about this book?
I liked the drawings in the book. The girls look just like they are in the cartoons. And the story was also good.
Do you have a favorite Powerpuff Girl?
My favorite is Buttercup and it was nice to see they didn’t make any changes to her. All the girls are exactly like they are in the cartoon. Their different personalities are still shown in this book.
What did you think of the story?
I liked the story. It is similar to how the cartoons are. Mojo-Jojo and the other villians say they want to do good but we don’t know if we can trust them. The narrator is silly and funny. This story would be good as an episode of the show.
Would you recommend this book to your friends?
Yes!! They would love this!!
On a scale of 1 to 5, what score would you give this book?
A 5!! I loved this!!
Based on my daughter’s review we think Powerpuff Girls is a great comic book for all fans! I enjoyed this too so it’s a lot of fun for all ages. The comic book is true to the cartoon show in that there is a hidden message in the story, which is always good for young readers.