Using their ultra superpowers Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup have dedicated their lives to fighting crime and the forces of evil.
And now you can join them.
Long gone are the days of fighting over who gets to be which character. To promote its reboot of the turn-of-the-century show, Cartoon Network has launched a website called PowerpuffYourself where users can create Powerpuff Girls versions of themselves by hitting a button that says “power me up.” They can specify which skin and eye color, expression, mouth, glasses, hairstyle, facial hair, outfit and accessories best represent them. With so many options any user will find something that resembles them.
People all over Facebook and Twitter have been posting their creations using the downloadable avatars, wallpapers and animated gifs.
Because who wouldn't wanna turn into a pint-sized evil-fighting machine? #PowerpuffYourself: https://t.co/o0CaeOu0njpic.twitter.com/Z6u18hIa2y
— Cartoon Network (@cartoonnetwork) April 4, 2016
YES #PowerpuffYourself Thank you @cartoonnetworkpic.twitter.com/6dGeE4dDGi
— G?ORG? SH?LL?Y (@higeorgeshelley) April 4, 2016
The Powerpuff Donnas @AuntyDonnaBoys#PowerpuffYourselfpic.twitter.com/PK8Rc10iOT
— ? Didi Luella Lane ? (@didzsa22) April 4, 2016
The revival comes a little more than 10 years after the original show ended in 2005. During South By Southwest Cartoon Network premiered the first episode of the series, which still aims to appeal to children but seems full of inside jokes for parents and its original fans who are now in their 20’s.
The series premieres Monday, April 4 at 6 p.m. on Cartoon Network. So you better make sure and have your Powerpuff-self ready just in time for the debut.