The Powerpuff Girls and Mojo Jojo Figures Are On The Way

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Many of us were introduced to The Powerpuff Girls in 1996 when the pilot first aired on Cartoon Network’s What a Cartoon! showcase. Said show also brought us Johnny Bravo and other now-classic animated shows. After 26 years, the three sisters finally get action figures worthy of their status as animation icons.

BlossomBubbles, and Buttercup are each getting high-end action figures from Beast Kingdom. The company behind this line is also responsible for many quality Disney figures, including Darkwing Duck and many characters from Ducktales (woo-ooo).

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The girls are limited to only five points of articulation, but that also means they won’t have a bunch of joint lines and get to retain their cartoon-accurate appearance. In addition, each sister comes with various interchangeable arms, legs, and faceplates, allowing for multiple expressions.

Individually, each sister is priced at $39.99. Or, for $119.99, they can be purchased as a set that includes all the accessories and a figure display stand.

Now, what would these heroines be without someone to battle? Beast Kingdom has you covered. Mojo Jojo is coming out, too. He is a bit pricier at $89.99. All these figures will be hitting shelves in November 2022.

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Bubbles figure:

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  • 4 Face sculpts
  • Smiling
  • Angry
  • Determined
  • Showing teeth
  • 3 Pairs of alternate arms
  • 2 Pairs of alternate legs

Buttercup figure:

  • 4 Face sculpts
  • Smiling
  • Angry
  • Determined
  • Showing teeth
  • 3 Pairs of alternate arms
  • 2 Pairs of alternate legs

Blossom figure:

  • 4 Face sculpts
  • Smiling
  • Angry
  • Determined
  • Showing teeth
  • 3 Pairs of alternate arms
  • 2 Pairs of alternate legs
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Mojo Jojo figure:

  • 3 Face sculpts
    • Regular
    • Serious
    • Happy
  • 2 Pairs of hands
  • Chemical X
  • Removable hat

It’s sad that the Powerpuff Girls fell out of fashion and then got that weird meme-heavy reboot a few years back. Luckily the CW live-action cringefest was canned. Phew. What do you think of the PPG franchise and where it should go from here? Let us know in the comments section below.

[Source: Big Bad Toy Store]


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