The Powerpufff Girls was originally created by Craig McCracken in an awful time known as the '90s, becoming a major trailblazer in the world of cartoon audiences, something modern bronies can trace back to as lineage. It lasted six seasons, a movie, two specials, and even an official anime. So just when you thought Rob Sorcher and the CN staff were coming back to form, they weren't.
It may be old news, but we'd like to remind you that, yes, The Powerpuff Girls will be getting a reboot.
|"what are they doin to mah swamp?"|
Set for 2016, not too much is known about the upcoming series. The new animation direction hasn't been shown, nothing has come from Craig McCracken or past staff about it, hell, we don't even know if any of the same voice actors are coming back officially. Just a vague announcement. What we do know from articles is this statement from Cartoon Network executive and aspiring Calvin Klein model, Rob Sorcher.
|O-oh my, Sorcher is a scorcher|
"The original Powerpuff Girls was a franchise phenomenon for Cartoon Network, paving the way for a new generation of innovative storytellers and enthusiastic fans worldwide. We are calling these girls back into action based upon an overwhelming demand for sugar, spice and Chemical X."
- Rob "Senpai" Sorcher
Now while this was announced way back in June, we view it as our mission here at Critics2D to constantly remind you about stuff involving your childhood that's probably going to piss you off. Also we're very lazy and often take long breaks.
So gear up for a two year wait to see just how screwed up this abomination will be. For the entire staff here at Critics2D including myself and no one else, this has been "fuck your childhood," sponsored by Cartoon Network.
If you're wondering why the text screwed up at the end, it's because reasons