An acidic rain cloud blankets Townsville and melts all of the buildings, cars, and clothing items in range. The rain itself, however, is a problem, as it causes cities, objects, and clothing to erode into mush. The Professor explains to the Girls that this is because of tiny robots in the rain called nanobots which steal carbon from the environment. To make matters worse, the nanobots are eating everyone's clothes! After a failed attempt to stop the nanobots, the Girls use one of the Professor's inventions - the Micro-Stabilizer - to shrink down to the nanobots' size. As the Girls take on the nanobots, the Professor attempts to direct the townspeople away from them.
Christian Cowan's new collection is inspired by the 'Powerpuff Girls' - INSIDER
In this episode, the girls tell the Mayor how they saved him from Mojo Jojo. The Mayor asks what happened, since he was blindfolded the whole time, and could only hear them fighting. The Mayor looks into the pink eyes of Blossom laughing and wanted to know what was so funny. The girls tell their own stories about what happened, arguing along the way. In the beginning, Blossom was studying conversational Chinese, when she and her sisters get a call from Ms. Bellum that the Mayor had been kidnapped.
Fashion designer Christian Cowan brought the "Powerpuff Girls" to life with his latest collection. Speaking to InStyle before the show, Cowan said the line was created to honor women's empowerment. The matching ensembles were paired with sparkling black helmets, latex gloves, and matching belts — seemingly inspired by the styles worn by Bubbles, Blossom, and Buttercup in the cartoon series. Three models walk the runway wearing pantsuits inspired by the "Powerpuff Girls.
See More by JustSomePainter Featured in collections. The Powerpuff Girls by X-distroyer. Powerpuff Teens. Here's the Powerpuff Girls as teenagers, I made them as teenagers based off from their teen form from one of the episodes from the old show, except I didn't add lipstick on them because I think they'd look better without them.