Unbelieving On A Jet PlanePowerpuff Girls D

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BeeAre: All her idiots are packed, she’s ready to go, she’s flying here outside your door~

  • evil dexter

    01/24/2017 at 5:51pm

    And you know what guys they should make a series for this I be so happy

  • Nice dexter

    01/21/2017 at 3:43pm


    • Grids

      01/24/2017 at 1:07am

      You have an interesting icon.

      • evil dexter

        01/24/2017 at 5:49pm

        Hi grid ????????????????????????

  • Naruto123

    01/21/2017 at 3:40pm

    Bleed men tell are someone else

  • Naruto123

    01/19/2017 at 11:50pm

    Some one tell me plz

  • Naruto123

    01/19/2017 at 11:49pm


  • Baez

    01/19/2017 at 11:47pm

    When is the next page coming

  • Reaperreaps

    01/16/2017 at 1:45pm

    Reading this comic has caused me to go back and watch Dexter’s Laboratory again. The nostalgia is real. I just love Timmy the Termite. Currently in season 2, then I’ll watch the Powerpuff Girls again

  • Catbunny

    01/13/2017 at 11:26pm

    Dunno if it’s not allowed, but it could just be the cartoonist’s prerogative.

    Sometimes the [redacted] symbols provide more emphasis, too.

    • SirBruno95

      01/15/2017 at 11:36am

      That seems to work better for a more adult audience, and only web surfers will get the full impact of it. If we’re censoring the comic for a joke that only a more mature audience will get, whats the point of even censoring? The symbols work better if you want to send the message to younger audience.

  • athdlg

    01/13/2017 at 9:48pm

    Is vulgar language not allowed on the comics?

    • BeeAre

      01/14/2017 at 6:15pm

      Hello, writer here (I know you know that, but this is for others who might be reading this and not know).
      I tend to keep the language filter for PpGD set at about TV-PG. Something for 12-13 year olds and up; something around that.
      So a rare “damn”, “hell”, or even an “ass”, is probably okay, but any curse words above that, uh, ‘level’… I censor.
      The other comics Bleedman has done on the site have their own standards (which I am on public record as noting to Bleedman himself that they have been inconsistent, sometimes censoring and sometimes not). I have – as far as I am aware – kept it so that Powerpuff Girls D has a proper censor level (a consistency) for its audience.
      I will admit that there have been a few pages where the violence, comparatively, is pushing the bounds of this consistency idea. I try to curb these incidents when they arise, but feel that sometimes I have failed to push them back far enough, in my humble opinion.
      Overall, however, I think these violent moments are rare enough that they are okay in the grand scheme of the comic’s censor consistency.
      To return to the original point: only some vulgar language is allowed, to try and keep the comic relatively *accessible* for readers down to a certain age. An important word to note, because responsible parents might read some of the comic to see if their child should read the comic.
      So there you go. It’s me trying to achieve some level of “censor consistency” within the comic.

      • athdlg

        01/15/2017 at 3:20am

        I wanted to ask about it for a while since people have mentioned it in the past and I just remembered it from this page’s censorship.
        I’m not bothered by the idea that the comic is aimed to be TV-PG and certain words are not wanted in the comic because of that. I encourage the idea, it brings in a larger audience.
        The censorship doesn’t seem necessary if it’s suppose to be TV-PG. It looks better to simply not add the word all together if it would be censored. Feels the same as the loud “bleep” or disappearance of a word in television.

        • BeeAre

          01/16/2017 at 7:20pm

          This is where written words are different than acting performances, I feel, distinctly because you can use context clues to pick one intended word in a censor, yet in many circumstances you can rifle through the words you know and subsequently think would fit the character best yourself.
          After all and for example, I can’t pick the voice you give Samantha in your head: she might be similar to the Medabots dub, but she’s definitely different now, after what she’s been through. Dr. X and Bell’s voices, too, entirely the reader’s invention, and every line of dialogue can be heard with unique twists on any given voice actor’s performance.
          Words are more suggestive and lacking in the more specific manipulative power of acting, I think, and it says a lot to me that you yourself have a specific order to things in mind if a censoring interrupts your reading flow. Regarding that, all I can do is apologize that it does not fit your expectations.
          I want to emphasize that this assessment of you feeling interrupted is not an insult to you on my part, btw; I find it interesting that this is how you approach the read of the characters. :0) I will try to consider that angle more, too, as I write in the future, the idea that this could be “performed” in someone’s head, and what a censor might do to that performance.

          • athdlg

            01/17/2017 at 12:49am

            I wouldn’t say that I feel interrupted. I would say that I don’t believe it’s necessary to apply a censor, or rather, have words that will be censored. I also do not “perform” this comic in my head, as if it were an animation or show. I see it as a comic. I compared it to television “bleeping” or disappearance of words on television because I also believe that it’s unnecessary to do such censoring on television.
            If the goal is to make something PG, rather than adapt something to be PG, then I believe that the people in charge of the material should try to make actions and words appropriate for the character(s) to use while at the same time still having the character be in character.
            If the words or actions are not PG material or the writer simply cannot get around making something PG without censorship then I do not think it should be considered/attempted to make it PG by censoring.

      • evil dexter

        01/26/2017 at 5:15pm

        What the fuck are you saying

  • Grids

    01/13/2017 at 8:54pm

    Imp Osing?
    I hate to point this out, then say goodbye~

    • red bear

      01/14/2017 at 9:45am

      Yes, bloody Imp, mate! From Doom, you know.

      • Grids

        01/14/2017 at 6:15pm

        Maybe he meant Imp Oozing. Bad blister problem.

        • red bear

          01/15/2017 at 8:57am

          Imp Ozing! As in, you know, The Land Of.

          • Santessen

            01/15/2017 at 9:09am

            That would actually sort of fit, given that one of the main times Baum mentioned imps (the imp brothers Ertenent, Undent and Olite in “Ozma and the Little Wizard”) they are described as being “so small they look harmless”.

    • evil dexter

      01/26/2017 at 5:12pm

      Blood tell me when the next page

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