One of the things is that I do find Bleedman's art to be quite inspirational. His Bell character is quite the icon out there in PPGD. Naga is also an interesting character.
There are some things that I did have a problem with and that was pretty much relating to the story. Like, in the beginning, that the girls just moved to Megasville and started to have their first fight there with Dexter and all of a sudden, Blossom started taking interest in Dexter and for some reason they are sort of dating… I really didn't like that idea. I mean, I could only see Blossom and Dexter being friends and nothing more, but the thing is, is that the relationship, in my opinion, was rushed. I rather a relationship be like in the middle of the story and/or towards the end. The story kinda seem to jump from subplot to subplot and that hints that it wasn't solid. I did like Dexter and Blossom hanging out, but didn't like the fact that the girls were separated from each other and that all Blossom cared about was only what Dexter would think. To me, that didn't make any sense at all. If you're in a relationship (serious or not), who cares what that person would think? As long as you have a good relationship with that person, why can't that person understand you? As long as that person appreciates you for who you are and you doing things with family, who cares what that person think? Why should that matter what that person think? Why is it so important? Doesn't make any sense…
Things get interesting with Blossom finding things out about Dexter's dark past with the death of DeeDee and being saved from Mandark, but didn't like the fact that Blossom was all like 'I GOTTA find this out NOW' and that Blossom could drown and die. I mean, she could die, but I don't think that she could drown. She could survive in outer space. I mean, from Doujinshi counterpart to the Cartoon Network counterpart, was quite different… The whole thing with Dr.X and Mojo Jojo (though, I really do feel bad for him getting pushed around). The battle with Bell v Blossom was AWESOME!
Not sure why Dexter would be in the PPGs bedroom. To me, that didn't make any sense. Shouldn't he have a home in Megasville or be in a hospital? Where the PPGs could visit him?
The Love Triangle between Blossom, Dexter, and Olga was an interesting twist!, but the thing with Blossom wearing glasses baffled me. She doesn't need glasses...
The whole Buttercup with this infatuation with Samurai Jack thing, I really didn't like, but with Buttercup trying to impress Samurai Jack, and Samurai Jack not being pleased with her messing up the whole point of his training, I liked. I believed that she realized that he kinda looks like her father figure, Professor Utonium. Buttercup v Samantha battle was AWESOME! Bubbles Doujinshi character was on point to the Cartoon Network counterpart. So, nothing about her story I didn't like about, although there was that mess that happened where Bubbles didn't know what else to do while being trapped in that one spot with the scientist. Hopefully, she'll have a much bigger part in the upcoming chapters of PPGD. I have total faith in her.
Round 2 with Blossom v Bell and Buttecup v Samantha, that was EPIC without question! It was also a good way to end the chapter after 10 years. I enjoyed every minute of it!
The RowdyRuff Boys, I gotta say, its great seeing them, but I've said this before and I'll say it again… "The RowdyRuff Boys don't need training, they need education." They are street smart, but they need school smart.
When it comes to the whole thing with the PowerPuff Girls, Dexter and such, its crossover. And pairing crossover couples doesn't work… AT ALL. It's been proven in the comic book industry for a long time and with anime and manga. Yeah, there can be flirting, but not in a relationship. A perfect example is the DC Universe… You have Earth 1 Batman and Earth 2 Superwoman, look at Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths or read the comics it was based on, you'll get your answer there. Otherwise, its Sailor Moon and the 7 Ballz which I am NOT going to go into.
The other things like
i/panty shots and things like that doesn't bother me. As an artist, you are focusing on poses, effects, clothing-- basically all elements that gets to the point of the story with the help of perspective views and such. You see stuff like that in Anime, Manga, Comic books, Movies, and in real life. So, pretty much, the whole nine with entertainment. Basically, I appreciate Bleedman for putting those elements to good use and for BeeAre writing such epicness to help the situation from the middle to the end of this 10 year arc. If you have a problem with those elements being put here in PPGD, then complain to the comic book industry, the japanese anime and manga industry, and to… Clothes!
When it comes to art and animation, you are creating the illusion of life. Question is… Why is that a problem? Hell, the olympics like figure skating has those panty shots… It can't be helped so why make that a big deal? That is too childish…
That's my take on the 10 year story arc of PPGD