Created for Cartoon Network by Craig McCracken, the original Powerpuff Girls TV series was, and still is, among the best Cartoon Network original series of all time. The show's success eventually led to it becoming a mass media franchise, spawning toys, video games, comic books, soundtracks and more.
Even though LEGO had previously made Powerpuff Girls products (which were primarily based on the 2016 reboot series) in 2017 and 2018, I've decided to create this new and original Powerpuff Girls project. This time, solely based on the original 1998 iteration of the franchise!
The only location so iconic that it deserves to be made into a LEGO set is none other than the Utonium Residence, the home of Blossom, Bubbles, Buttercup and, of course, Professor Utonium! This model is a semi-modular house and includes 7 minifigures plus an Octi accessory.
- Professor Utonium
- Mojo Jojo
The Utonium Residence also has a few detachable compartments as seen in the images with the Professor's laboratory, the Girls' bedroom, and the kitchen.
Why should this project become a real LEGO set? The original Powerpuff Girls TV series has captured the attention of countless fans, and it would be awesome if The Powerpuff Girls were made into LEGO form once again! Not only that, but The Powerpuff Girls franchise is considered profitable by Cartoon Network and its parent corporation, Warner Bros. Discovery! Also, people could recreate their favorite moments from the TV series with this concept! And best of all, there is an upcoming revival of the original series currently in development with Craig McCracken involved!
There are also plenty of cool Easter eggs scattered throughout the Utonium Residence!
- The concoction of sugar, spice and everything nice in the Professor's laboratory, referencing the Girls' origin.
- The iconic Powerpuff Hotline can be seen in the Girls' bedroom. Who knows when the Mayor of Townsville will call for help?
- Also, in the Girls' bedroom, there is an image of Bunny, the original Fourth Powerpuff Girl, from the Season 2 episode, "Twisted Sister" as a touching acknowledgment to her. Gone, but never forgotten.
- Beebo (Bio-genetically Engineered Experimental Bipedal Organism), from the Season 2 episode, "Pet Feud".
- A box of Lucky Captain Rabbit King Nuggets cereal, from the Season 3 episode, "Jewel of the Aisle".
- In the living room, The Wondrous World of Whimsical Willy, the TV show from the Season 4 episode, "Neighbor Hood".
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