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'The Powerpuff Girls' Printable Coloring Pages

Updated on March 27, 2015

The Powerpuff Girls

Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are the names of the three young girls who make up the animated characters associated with "The Powerpuff Girls."

The show was popular during its run, but there uncertainty by some as to what it was that was exactly attempting to be portrayed, as it had some adult themes presented in the story which included the girls, who were in their kindergarten years.

Using adult humor, the creators of the series and group apparently were trying to appeal to a wider audience, which apparently worked, as many adult women love to dress up like The Powerpuff Girls for cosplay events, costume parties, and Halloween.

One of the unique concepts of the show was the inclusion of the adult humor while the girls were dealing with typical childhood challenges like school, losing teeth, wetting the bed, and the usual sibling rivalries that emerge.

Each little Powerpuff Girl had a very unique personality, which added to the fun, and of course makes for great material for art, including printable coloring illustrations, which is what we'll look at in this article.

Powerpuff Girls Flying

It seems almost every cartoon or fictional character or characters have an image of them that resonates strongest in the memories of fans, and the one below is probably the most recognizable and memorable picture of The Powerpuff Girls, as they fly off to another adventure.

For fans they'll immediately know which Powerpuff girl is which, by the hair each one has. Fortunately male superheroes don't have to deal with that issue.

The different colors associated with each individual girl provides opportunities for those coloring in the pictures to use different colors.

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Powerpuff Girl Under Attack

From the look on this Powerpuff girl's face, you get the feeling that in spite of the idea from the look of the protagonist's that he is about to do some damage to her, you get that feeling that the opposite is true, as she is showing stubbornness and anger, but not fear.

While a cool image, it is even more interesting from the coloring point of view because of the many different design elements included in the illustration.

There are a lot of things that can be done with this printable, and I'm sure the children will get a lot of enjoyment out of experimenting on it.

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Powerpuff Girls Fighting Monster

Next the Powerpuff Girls are shown working together in a battle against a big monster, all of them hitting him in the stomach at the same time. Ouch.

With this coloring page there are parts of the design that are easy for younger artists to interact with, such as the large body of the monster. There are also the many lines in the buildings and the small bodies of the Girls themselves which offer more challenging areas to color in for the more skilled artists.

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Powerpuff Girls Flying Around in Snow

I don't know if the Powerpuff Girls think they're going to help with the heavy snow which has blocked in the automobiles below, but there is no doubt they're having a lot of fun during this snowstorm.

The deep snow, covered trees, and lingering snow on the rooftops all make for a great winter scene.

There is also a lot of detail in this digital illustration which provides ample choices for a variety of colors and hues to be used to fill in the shapes and Girls.

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Powerpuff Girls on the Playground

The last couple of coloring pages show the contrast between the super heroine girls and their everyday life as the young ladies they are. I think this is why there have been mixed responses to the storyline, as the adult dialogue and activities as little girls seemed to cause confusion or lack of understanding in some. Others just took it for what it was and enjoyed the experience.

Children, for the most part, didn't catch the meaning of the adult-like interaction, while the adults did, which is why they continue to be attractive to ladies who grew up watching the series, or watched it with their daughters or granddaughters.

This is why so many women love to dress up as the Powerpuff Girls for special occasions.

Concerning the playground scene, it's a terrific option when it is getting close to the time when children will want to go outside and play. It can help them direct their energy towards coloring in a playground while impatiently waiting for the real thing.

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Powerpuff Girls Coloring Pages

Powerpuff Girls, among many groups of people, haven't lost their appeal and attraction, and they continue to please and delight fans after the series officially ended.

That hasn't stopped anyone from enjoying watching the series, or from using printable coloring pages such as these to bring them alive to potentially young fans as well.

And for those ladies that will admit it, they will also get in the mood to imagine themselves as one of the Girls and maybe do a little artwork themselves. I for one see nothing wrong with that.

Of course we can all hide that secret desire by having children color with us, using them as a guise to fulfill our own desires to reminisce via coloring.

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