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Dexter's Laboratory No. 1 (Cartoon Network)
Craig McCracken

DC Comics, 1999

Issue #1, 1st Print, "Let The Comic Begin!"
  
  











  



  
Powerpuff Girls Big Terrible Trouble (Powerpuff Girls (Golden))
Golden Books, Craig McCracken

Disney Press, 2000

There's trouble in Townsville so the Mayor calls for the Powerpuff Girls. With their super powers these adorable sisters rush to solve one problem after another. This original story was written by Craig McCracken, the creator of the Powerpuff Girls.
  
  











  



  
No Girls Allowed!: Reader Level 2 (Powerpuff Girls Readers)
Tracey West

Topeka Bindery, 2001

The boys of Townville have turned the local pool house into a ³no-girls-allowed² clubhouse. Well, The Powerpuff Girls and their female friends aren¹t going to stand for it! But when they infiltrate the clubhouse, they soon find that¹s it¹s a trap set by the baddest boys of all, the Gangreen Gang! Can the Girls battle Œem back and retake the clubhouse?
  
  











  



  
The Mayor Is Missing (Powerpuff Girls Readers)
Tracey West

Perfection Learning, 2003

"The Powerpuff Girls" is Cartoon Network's highest-rated show among kids 2-11. It's a mega-hit! And so are Scholastic's books -- over three million sold in the trade and school market. The Mayor is missing, and his assistant Ms. Bellum can't find him anywhere! It's up to Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup to find Townsville's fearless leader. Can they follow the clues and track down their chief?
  
  











  



  
Townsville's Super Trio with Tattoos (Powerpuff Girls (Golden))

Golden Books, 2001
  
  











  



  
Powerpuff Girls Classics Volume 2: Power Up

IDW Publishing, 2013

They're cute. They're fun. And they're powerful! The Cartoon Network classic Powerpuff Girls return to comics in this collection of comic-book adventures. Featuring issues #5-10 of their ongoing series, this second volume includes hijinks like "Holy Molar," "Dial 'M' for Mojo," "Creature at Large," and more!
  
  











  



  
The Powerpuff Girls: Big, Terrible Trouble?
Craig McCracken

Golden Books, 2000

Once again, the Powerpuff Girls save the day, thwarting Fuzzy Lumkins and Mojo Jojo before discovering that the real reason the mayor had called on them was much, much bigger - he couldn't get his pickle jar open!
  
  











  



  
The Powerpuff Girls No. 4 DC Comics 2000 Series
Abby Denson

DC Comics, 2000

Based on the 1998-2005 Cartoon Network TV show of the same name.
  
  











  



  
Powerpuff Girls Classics Volume 3: Pure Power
Phil Moy

IDW Publishing, 2014

They're cute! They're fun! And they're powerful! The Cartoon Network classic Powerpuff Girls return to comics in this collection of comic-book adventures. This third volume features issues numbered 11-16 of their ongoing series originally published by DC Comics.
  
  











  



  
The Day Is Saved! - The Powerpuff Girls
Craig McCracken Charles Hofer

Publications International, Ltd., 2001

Book by Charles Hofer, Craig McCracken
  
  











  



  
Dynamo Destruction (Shoe Sticker Book) (Power Puff Girls)
Craig McCracken

Scholastic, 2001
  
  











  



  
Indigo Boy & Crystalline Girl
Connie McCracken

Trafford Publishing, 2009

This is an adventure and good morals book. It has been based loosely on the characteristics and abilities of Indigo and Crystalline children, which have been documented in movies, books, and on numerous websites. Crystal spends her days in a wheelchair, but has special abilities that help her escape from her chair. She and her mother move in next door to Indigo Boy and they realize they can ...
  
  











  



  
Cartoon Network Starring The Powerpuff Girls #1
Craig McCracken & Genndy Tartakovsky

DC Comics, 1999

Back issue comic.
  
  











  



  
Mojo Jojo: My Story (Powerpuff Girls 8x8)

Topeka Bindery, 2002
  
  











  



  
Mojo and Mini-Mo (Powerpuff Girls (Numbered Prebound Scholastic))
E. S. Mooney

Perfection Learning, 2003
  
  











  



  
Bulle se rebelle
Laura Dower, Craig McCracken

Mango, 2001
  
  











  



  
What's Bugging Bubbles? (Powerpuff Girls Readers)
Tracey West, Craig McCracken

Scholastic, 2001

The Powerpuff Girls are enjoying a beautiful spring day in the garden. But Bubbles accidentally spills some growth formula on a slimy garden slug. The next thing she knows, it¹s grown into a giant monster and is eating all the plants and trees in Townsville! Can the Girls figure out how to shrink this super slug back to its normal size - before Townsville gets totally slimed?
  
  











  



  
Girl Power Activity Book (Power Puff Girls)
CRAIG MCCRACKEN

SCHOLASTIC, 2001
  
  











  



  
Dexter's Laboratory #2 VG
Genndy Tartakovsky Craig McCracken

DC, 1999

Item: Dexter's Laboratory #2 Publisher: DC Cover Date: 1999 Cover Artist: Writer: Craig McCracken, Genndy Tartakovsky Artist: Genndy Tartakovsky Notes: Storylines: Let's Save thw World, You Jerk! Appearances: Mandark This listing contains information from ComicBaseâ"¢ and © 2006 Human Computing
  
  











  








   



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