Powerpuff Girls Re-Imagined By RossoWinch Webcomic Of The Day
Sugar, spice and a whole lotta depression!
With the return of The Powerpuff Girls, Powerpuff fandom is at an all-time high. And regardless of where you stand on the new Powerpuff Girls show, whether you like it or not (I enjoy it), there is one thing we can all agree on, The Powerpuff Girls is a very memorable and beloved show to many kids who grew up in the 90s. The adventures of three superpowered girls captured the hearts of almost all who watched it. Like with many shows aimed at a younger audience, their audience eventually grows up. And it doesn’t get any darker than RossoWinch’s The Powerpuff Girls Re-Imagined!
If there is anything I would have never imagined that would work well together that would have been The Powerpuff Girls’ bright and sunny overtones and a Frank Miller story!
Reading The Powerpuff Girls Re-Imagined you can tell that RossoWinch paid very close attention to the lore and origin of The Powerpuff Girls by showing us Mojo Jojo as Professor Utonium’s lab assistant but RossoWinch also gives the series its own unique narrative. In RossoWinch’s re-imagining of The Powerpuff Girls, he attempts to answer the question we, well at least me, wanted to know, why did Professor Utonium want to create the perfect little? And we do get an answer, whether we like it or not.
This dark interpretation of The Powerpuff Girls is made all the better thanks to RossoWinch’s art style. You can really see the sadness in Professor Utonium’s eyes as he deals with his depression over the loss of his wife and children. In addition to The Professor’s and Jojo’s backstory, we also see the back story of another Powerpuff Girl’s character, Princess Morbucks and boy, if you never liked when she was somewhat likeable on the original show, you will absolutely hate her in this series.
So enjoy RossoWinch’s dark interpretation of The Powerpuff Girls and be sure to check out his other works as well.
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