"SPAWN MORE OVERLORDS."
I'm actually having trouble placing some characters, as I haven't watched any of these shows in a good few years, and some I've never seen at all. Very few characters are alien to me, but it's great to see them pulled together in an alternate universe so smoothly.
What I find most entertaining (other than character build) is the level of cultural references , including the Starcraft quote I mentioned above. (One of the worm creatures near the very end of what's available, when Bubbles and Courage are ballet-battling them.) There's also a few good memes slipped in here and there, like when Blossom and Bell have one of their later encounters and Bell is caught off-guard, hit by Blossom and Gir shouts "C-C-C-C-COMBO-BREAKER!!"
'd pretty hard.
The fact that it's in full color also really brings a lot out of it as well. Black and White is for those who either can't afford printing costs or those with an absolute mastery of sketch technique. With this style of sketching and shape, keeping close to how
the characters were originally drawn technically, color best suites it anyway.
If I have anything negative to say about this doujin at all, it's that Gir seemed to go from laugh out loud funny to being more of a culture reference. Pretty sure it started happening shortly after the death of Mandark. That and I personally think Dexter says "I won't. I won't let it happen again! Not now, not ever again!" a liiiiiiiittle too often. He's a strong character otherwise, but that last time he said it (carrying Olga and running from bugs) seemed to really cut a lot of depth out from him. A simple "No, damn it!" would have kept him more consistent but honestly those are the only two (minor) flaws I've noticed.
As a film student and storytelling enthusiast it's my job to analyze these things, so I mean no disrespect.
Can't wait for a continuation, I read all of PPGD in a day and I'm really into it now.