Ever since the internet first beheld the glory of the new Powerpuff Yourself website that lets you create your very own Powerpuff avatar, we've been powerpuffing left and right with hilarious riffs. For those of you wondering what your favorite Harry Potter characters as Powerpuff Girls would look like, fret no longer — by the power of my dorky hands, I have brought the magic of Potterpuffs to life. And as a kid whose childhood alternated between spending Halloweens as Bubbles from Powerpuff Girls and brandishing a wand as Hermione from Harry Potter, this is basically my '90s childhood dream COME TO LIFE.
Mind you, the Potterpuff characters I created had to be loosely based on what a Muggle, modern-day version of our faves would look like, since there isn't exactly a button for "lightning scar" or "baller wizard robes emblazoned with the Gryffindor seal". But like any true artist, I did the best with the materials that I had. Now all that needs to happen is a beautiful spinoff of the Harry Potter series where they fight the sinister Mojo Vovo and keep the people of Hogsville safe. WHO'S WITH ME?
Here are all your faves, interpreted to the best of my Potterpuff abilities:
I couldn't get his lightning bolt scar in there, so I settled for a lightning bolt skateboard. This is more books Harry Potter than movie Harry Potter, since this one's eyes are actually green and he has his canonically messy James Potter-esque hair. He's dressed like that mostly because he only ever gets to wear Dudley's hand-me-downs, which aren't very #fashion.
He's wearing orange to support the Chudley Cannons, of course, and is chilling with a basketball since it's the closest thing I could find to a Quaffle. Also this toothy "what who me???" smile was more suited to this particular Weasley than anyone else in the series, TBH.
Complete with CROOKSHANKS, who yes, looks decidedly unlike our Crookshanks, but what can you do? She's posed outside of where I imagine she'd duck into a phone booth to get to her super important magical law job in the Ministry of Magic, and of course has her trademark hair.
They should just rename this particular Powerpuff hairstyle "The Draco". And c'mon, you absolutely know that if Draco lived as a Muggle he'd totally be the aggressively-tailored matching suit kind of dude. This pose practically screams "My FATHER will be hearing about this".
Veritable badass Ginny Weasley finally gets all the appreciation that the movie script denied her, because Powerpuff Ginny is kicking butt and taking names. You don't want to meet this member of the Holyhead Harpies in a dark corner late at night, mes amis.
This boy would undoubtedly be the most adorable brace face in the Muggle world.
I know her eyes are technically silvery-blue, but you know for a fact if there were anybody in the Potter world that would get purple eyes, it is decidedly Luna Lovegood. Paired with her baller rainbow pants and her scribbled-in edition of the Quibbler, she is raring to go.
I think it's safe to say that we've got saving the Muggle and Wizarding worlds covered with these adorable new heroes. Head to Powerpuff Yourself's website to make your own little friends!
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