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Phat Farm is an urban fashion line created by Russell Simmons, the founder of Def Jam in 1992. The brand is fairly expensive and worn for fashion instead of sport. The broken flag logo visible on every clothing article except footwear is touted as a symbol of the state of separation the world is in right now. Some Phat Farm articles are political.
Simmons sold his interest in Phat Farm for 140 million dollars in 2004.
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Store Location- 129 Prince Street New York NY. Furthermore, a group of unsuccessful bank robbers is often seen suffering the consequences of their deeds. Simmons sold his interest in Phat Farm for 140 million dollars in 2004. One-time villain appearances include:. Some Phat Farm articles are political. In one episode, a giant monster explains to the girls that going to Townsville and encountering the Powerpuff Girls is a symbol of honor on Monster Isle. The broken flag logo visible on every clothing article except footwear is touted as a symbol of the state of separation the world is in right now. The girls also frequently combat a wide assortment of giant monsters, all of which seem to visit Earth solely for the purpose of demolishing Townsville.
The brand is fairly expensive and worn for fashion instead of sport. Friends and allies of the Girls include:. Phat Farm is an urban fashion line created by Russell Simmons, the founder of Def Jam in 1992. Because of her unstable composition, she died on the same episode she was created, when her body exploded. Bunny appears to be mentally challenged. When the three original girls couldn't handle all their crime-fighting activities any more, they decided to create a new Powerpuff Girl themselves, but she didn't turn out exactly as planned.
In one episode, there was a fourth Powerpuff Girl named Bunny (voiced by Christine Cavanaugh), who was brown-haired, purple-eyed, and dressed in purple. Others include:. In some cases, they utilize special team maneuvers to take down their foes, such as Ferocious Fiery Feline (the girls combine to create a cat of pure fire). Including:.
They also have many super-powers similar to those possessed by Superman. They have large eyes and are drawn without fingers or toes. They were created by Professor Utonium, who was attempting to make the perfect little girl by combining sugar, spice, and everything nice, when (courtesy of his assistant, Mojo Jojo) he accidentally knocked a glass of "Chemical X" into the mixture. They live in the fictional city of Townsville, USA (not to be confused with Townsville in Australia).
. The Powerpuff Girls Movie was released in 2002. A full-length TV series was aired in 1998. In 1995, they were renamed to the more TV friendly Powerpuff Girls as a few more episodes and new antagonists, "Meat Fuzzy Lumpkins" and "Crime 101", appeared on the What-A-Cartoon! show.
Spike and Mike premiered the short at their Festival of Animation. The show began as a project for Craig McCracken's college class at California Institute of the Arts in 1992, titled The Whoop-Ass Girls in Whoop-Ass Stew: "A Sticky Situation". The series was created by animator Craig McCracken, and first produced by Hanna-Barbera (now Cartoon Network Studios) for Cartoon Network. The Powerpuff Girls is an American animated television series about three little girls with superpowers who have dedicated their lives to fighting crime and the forces of evil.
NOTE: Originally (in the "World Premiere Toon" times), they were called Powerpuff-flickorna. Swedish: Powerpuffpinglorna
("The Fashionable Girls" or "The Flirty Girls".) This was changed before the series started. NOTE: Originally (in the "World Premiere Toon" times), they were called "Las Chicas Coquetas". Latin America: Las Chicas Superpoderosas
Russian: Крутые девчонки (Krutie Devchonki, literally "Kick-ass Girls"). Portugal: As Powerpuff Girls. Brazil: As Meninas Super-Poderosas (Literally "The superpowerful girls"). Portuguese:
Polish: Atomówki (Literally "Little atomic girls"). Norwegian: "Powerpuffjentene". Korean: 파워퍼프 걸 (R.R.: paweopeopeu geol) (Powerpuff Girl). Japanese: パワーパフガールズ (Pawāpafugāruzu) (Powerpuff Girls).
Lithuanian: Super Mergaitės (Literally "Super Girls"). Latvian: Detektīvmeitenes (Literally "Detective girls"). Italian: Le Superchicche. Icelandic: Stuðboltastelpurnar ("the energetic girls", literally "the energy-ball girls").
Hungarian: Pindúr Pandúrok (Literally "Tiny cops"). Hebrew: בנות הפאוורפאף (B'not Ha-Powerpuff) ("The Girls of Powerpuff"). French: Les Super Nanas (The Super Chicks). Finnish: Tehotytöt.
Supergirls). Croatian: Supercure (lit. Simplified Chinese: 飞天小女警. Traditional Chinese: 飛天小女警.
Chinese: Literally: "Flying Tiny Female Cops", Pronounce: fēi tiān xiǎo nǚ jǐng
The monsters that occasionally attack Townsville are a nod to the famous Godzilla series and films. (Despite a fact in above). In The Life and Times of Juniper Lee, Jody Irwin, one of Juniper's best friends claims there are over three hundred episodes. In "Imaginary Fiend", when Blossom falls inside a pile of clothes, she comes out dressed in a large red jacket, a round blue cap and yellow gloves, which make her look just like Eric Cartman from South Park.
That is a reference to Ernst Stavro Blofeld's famous pose in the James Bond movies, although in this case it's the cat that makes the orders. The "Cat Man Do" episode includes a white cat on the knees of a well-dressed criminal who supervises operations and pets the feline. In the "Boogie Frights" episode, the last sequence is a remake of the Death Star race at the end of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. There was an hour-long Christmas episode "Twas the Fight Before Christmas", where Princess switches Santa's naughty and nice lists.
An anime version of this series, Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z is being planned. and no more episodes have been planned. 78 episodes in 6 seasons, and 1 self-titled movie called The Powerpuff Girls Movie, have been made. (Voiced by Tom Kenny).
The Talking Dog: He mostly appears as a background character, but always has something to say, and once had his own episode. Major Man: an archetypical superhero, came to Townsville trying to take the girls' place but it was discovered he was nothing but a big fraud and the girls made him leave Townsville. That is, their crimes are as primitive as their species (they considered stealing a discarded orange to be their greatest crime ever), and they have some ties with the Powerpuff Girls. The Amoeba Boys: The harmless pack of amoebae who first appeared in the "World Premiere Toons" "Crime 101," are somewhere in between enemies and friends.
(voiced by Tom Kenny). Sometimes, he breaks fourth wall. Narrator: The series' narrator who says "The city of Townsville!" at the beginning and "So once again, the day is saved! Thanks to The Powerpuff Girls!" at the end. Steve the Monster.
Robber Dude. Officer Mike Brikowski. Lenny Baxter. Dick Hardly.
Donnie. Bernie Bernstein. Counterpart. Cohort.
Mastermind. The Ministry of Pain
The Giant Fishballoon. The Boogie Man. The Dooks of Doom. Bud: The Son.
Julie: The Daughter. Maryanne: The Mother. Harold: The Father. These actually appeared twice in the show
The Smiths: Their next door neighbors. Roach Coach. Abracadaver. Femme Fatale.
His voice and character were inspired by the Chief of the Blue Meanies in Yellow Submarine. He has shown numerous satanic forms, most of which are revealed in hell or apocalyptic situations or realms. When forced to fight, he is a force to be reckoned with, as he heralds doom in every direction. He often disguises himself or creates psychological events or catastrophes which he uses as an attempt to cause the Powerpuff Girls to break mentally.
He is so evil that his real name can never be said. Him: A mysterious, super powerful, red-skinned, and effeminate devil. True to her name, she seduces men, young or old. In one episode, she had the ability to whip off globs of uber-sticky hair gel adhering people to walls.
When her identity is revealed, she often fights with her whip-like hair which she can control. Sedusa A woman considered to be a master of disguise. They have bully-like personalities and are very violent. The Rowdyruff Boys: Male versions of the Powerpuff Girls made by Mojo Jojo.
Her name is a play on Daddy Warbucks from Annie (voiced by Jennifer Hale). Princess Morbucks: A spoiled little rich girl. They have the personality of juvenile delinquents and have been known to form a good stratagem or two. the leader has goat legs, and a human upper body).
The Gangreen Gang A pair of sick-looking (hence the name) hoodlums that are somewhat mutated looking (i.e. (voiced by Jim Cummings). He is well-known for his insane anger and possessing immense physical strength. Fuzzy Lumpkins A large, husky, furry pink redneck that loves his hunting gun like a spouse, and will shoot anything he finds "on his property".
Jackson). (voiced by Roger L. He has been known to go completely berserk and howl and rage like a ravenous chimp. Mojo Jojo: A mad scientist chimp with vast intelligence.
(voiced by Jennifer Martin). (most likely a reference to the initial appearance of redhead Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man.) She is named after the cerebellum. Sara Bellum: Mayor's very competent assistant, the statuesque redheaded person, whose face is always just out of shot. Ms.
(voiced by Tom Kenny). In one episode where he was forced to run for re-election as Mayor, he ran with the campaign slogan "Vote Mayor for mayor!". Mayor of Townsville: An empty-headed mayor who is referred throughout only as "Mayor". Keane: Teacher of Pokey Oaks Kindergarten (voiced by Kath Soucie in the "What-A-Cartoon" episodes and by Jennifer Hale in the series).
Ms. Professor Utonium: A scientist who creates the Powerpuff Girls in this series (voiced by Tom Kane). And a twister with devastating after-effects. Turning into a ball to save people or strike them out.
Spinning around fast enough to create after-image doubles. A triple attack from side to side and front. Ability to project a variety of energy blasts. Super-speed.
Ability to fly. Super-strength. the violent one). She is "the toughest fighter" (i.e.
Daily): Black-haired, green-eyed, and dressed in green. Buttercup (voiced by E.G. She speaks Spanish, and can also talk to animals and monsters. the spacey one).
She is "the joy and the laughter" (i.e. Bubbles (voiced by Kath Soucie in the What-a-Cartoon! episodes and Tara Strong in the series): Blond-haired, blue-eyed, and dressed in blue. Her special superpower is Ice Breath. the bookish, drill instructor-ish one).
According to the theme tune, she is "the commander and the leader" (i.e. Blossom (voiced by Cathy Cavadini): Red-haired, pink-eyed, and dressed in pink.