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The Powerpuff Girls 25th Anniversary: Utonium Residence

"Sugar. Spice. And everything nice. These were the ingredients chosen to create the perfect little girl, but Professor Utonium accidentally added an extra ingredient to the concoction, Chemical X! Thus, the Powerpuff Girls were born! Using their ultra-super powers, Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup have dedicated their lives to fighting crime and the forces of evil!"

The Powerpuff Girls is a beloved Cartoon Network original TV series created by Craig McCracken that debuted on November 18, 1998. It was praised by critics, girls, and even boys of the 1990s and became a worldwide phenomenon, spawning a ton of merchandise such as toys and puzzles, comic books, video games, clothing and apparel, a 2002 theatrical animated movie, and more television series adaptations of the original series.

The Powerpuff Girls franchise will also be turning 25 years old in 2023, so I've decided to create a LEGO product idea to celebrate its upcoming 25th anniversary. And you can help me, too!

The only location, so iconic to wish the Powerpuff Girls a happy 25th anniversary is none other than the Utonium Residence, the home of Blossom, Bubbles, Buttercup and, of course, Professor Utonium. The Utonium Residence's scale is somewhere in between 21310 Old Fishing Store and a LEGO Modular Building set.

My product idea is solely based on the original 1998 TV series that we all know and love to this very day, and it includes 5 minifigures.

  1. Blossom
  2. Bubbles
  3. Buttercup
  4. Professor Utonium
  5. Mojo Jojo

The Utonium Residence even has detachable segments and opening compartments in the Professor's lab, the kitchen, the garage and the Girls' bedroom.

Part Count:

The house's base: 847 parts
Roof cover: 68 parts
Cover for Professor's lab: 14 parts
Garage cover: 11 parts
The Powerpuff Girls' bedroom: 165 parts
Opening latch for the Girls' bedroom: 82 parts
Blossom minifigure: 3 parts
Bubbles minifigure: 3 parts
Buttercup minifigure: 3 parts
Professor Utonium minifigure: 5 parts
Octi accessory: 3 parts
Mojo Jojo minifigure: 6 parts
Mojo Jojo's blaster accessory: 12 parts (including the laser energy effect)

Total part count: 1,222 pieces

Here are a few good reasons why my concept should be made into an official LEGO product.

  1. There are still countless fans who love the original Powerpuff Girls TV series, and those fans would love to see a Classic PPG-based LEGO set happen.
  2. This concept is perfect for both display purposes and playing with it. People could recreate their favorite moments from the show and relive their childhood memories at the same time.
  3. The Powerpuff Girls is still considered a profitable intellectual property by Cartoon Network and its parent company, WarnerMedia.
  4. LEGO and Cartoon Network have had a licensing history dating back to 2010, when they made Ben 10: Alien Force buildable figures.
  5. If this product idea is approved and the final product sells successfully, there could be more LEGO The Powerpuff Girls products! Who knows what the future will hold?

If you want to make a good LEGO product, then hidden Easter Eggs will be necessary! There are quite a few of theme scattered around the household.

  • The concoction of sugar, spice and everything nice is located in the Professor's laboratory. Revisit the origin of the Powerpuff Girls again with it!
  • In addition to the concoction, there is a golden trophy in the Professor's bookcase. That trophy is for First Place in the Townsville Chili Cook-Off from the Season 6 episode, Reeking Havoc.
  • The iconic Powerpuff Hotline can be found in the Girls' bedroom. You never know when the Mayor of Townsville will call for help.
  • The calendar in the kitchen reads November 18th, referencing the premiere date of the original 1998 TV series.
  • Beebo (Bio-genetically Engineered Experimental Bipedal Organism) from the Season 2 episode, Pet Feud, can be found hiding in the kitchen refrigerator. Just make sure you feed him once, and only once!
  • "The Wondrous World of Whimsical Willy" from the Season 4 episode, Neighbor Hood, can be seen on the television. This seems like a good children's show for Bubbles to watch... or does it?

In order for my project to reach 10,000 votes and be reviewed in time for The Powerpuff Girls franchise's 25th anniversary, I've decided to set a "personal deadline" on May 1st, 2022 or sooner. That way, it will qualify for the 1st 2022 LEGO Ideas Review. You can also help share this product idea with Powerpuff Girls fan bases all over social media, and sharing my product idea with the original cast and crew members who were involved in the 1998 TV series will even help as well!

  • I had previously submitted an older version of this concept long ago, but I realized that it didn't look good enough. So I decided to restart this project all over again with more eye-catching details.
  • The headpieces for the Girls and Mojo Jojo are existing parts, which were introduced as part of LEGO Dimensions Wave 9 and with Mojo's headpiece being introduced in the short-lived play theme from 2018. However, all four headpieces have different face printing on them to look 1998-styled.
  • Professor Utonium's long arms and tall legs are also existing LEGO elements. They were the extended minifigure limbs originally introduced in the Toy Story theme from 2010, specifically for Woody and Jessie. The reason why I decided to include these arms and legs is for the Professor's size to fit accurately with the Girls, despite the fact that these minifigure limbs had not been used again after 2010.
  • Feel free to comment your feedback on what I can do better! I'll always be open to improving my concept.
  • Please stay tuned for updates! I may add more characters or something else.

Before I conclude this description, I would like to wish my own product idea and anyone who vote for it good luck. Together, we can reunite The Powerpuff Girls with LEGO! Let's roll!

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