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Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi is a webcomic started in the early 2000s by an artist known as Bleedman and centers around the adventures of the Powerpuff Girls as they leave behind the city of Townsville for greener pastier in the city of Megaville, which contains characters from other Cartoon Network shows like the Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Samurai Jack, and Courage the Cowardly Dog, along with Nickelodeon shows and even other anime like Medabots. It’s a massive crossover with several moments of awesome.

After moving from their hometown, the girls try to fit in as the story continues and end up following different paths in the school. Blossom ends up working along side Dexter from Dexter’s Laboratory, Bubbles ends up becoming a cheerleader with Mandy and Olga,  and Buttercup joins classes taught by Jack. This gives them different perspectives and character development that should be seen, and creates unique circumstances you would never see otherwise.



However, while it starts out as a comedic story, things aren’t all fun and dandy when they find themselves getting involved in a plot that involves the Cluster from My Life as a Teenage Robot among other threats. One of the latest arcs had several characters die and… well, just take a look:


Needless to say, some things get dark at times. But it has it’s heartwarming moments as well, and some of the romantic developments are interesting to watch. The artwork starts out less than stellar, but gradually improves to the extent that it’s visually noticeable.

Overall, it’s a good fan-comic  over 10 years in the making and you should read it. It updates every few weeks or months depending on the artist’s whim.

You can find a Tv Tropes page: Here

And read it online for free: Here

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