The Powerpuff Girls was created in 1992, by the animator Craig McCracken. They premièred on Cartoon Network and were an instant hit. The show featured the adventures of three super powered kindergarten girls who went by the names of Buttercup, Blossom and Bubbles. The show spawned video games, CDs and The Powerpuff Girls movie. This article will explore where you can purchase these items.
The Powerpuff Girls appealed to both young and old audiences. The primary coloured natured of the show was coupled with a strong sense of humour. The jokes were not of the adult humour category, so the whole family could watch and enjoy the show. The film features one of the Powerpuff Girls villains: Mojo Jojo. It explores how the Powerpuff Girls' names and their powers were created. The film is available on many sites and at various different prices, depending on where you shop. Play.com features a wide range of films and TV shows on DVD and Blu-ray. They offer free delivery on all items. The movie is available as brand new on DVD at a price of £3.99. Play also offers links to other sites where the film is available from £2.90 as brand new or from £1.96, if you do not mind buying used discs. These prices are accurate as of 31.08.11.
Amazon also offers the film as well. Like Play, the film is advertised as new as well as used. The latter are sold by customers who are looking to make some extra money. As of 31.08.11, the film is advertised between £3.15 and £3.80 as brand new. They also offer the used film with prices starting at 96p. Amazon offers free delivery on items, but it depends on whether those orders reach a certain threshold. So, it is worth checking the rest of Amazon.com to see if they have any other films that you want to add to your collection.
Ebay, surprisingly, has no DVDs at present. There were, however, DVDs from the show as of 01.08.11. Other websites have the film and the prices reflect those that are found on Amazon and Play. Some of these sites are not very easy to find, so you may have to search them out to get the bargains. One such website is Thehut.com. The film is also available on the cartoon network shop site.