Bunny Utonium

Happy Father’s Day from the Mitchelsons drawn by me

I would love to wish a prosperous, blessed, and wonderful Father’s Day to the spearheader of Bunnitch month the one and only Miss BrickercupMasterX3, all of the lovely Bunnitch shippers out there, and, of course, my own father. I especially want to dedicate this piece of Mitch Mitchelson/Bunny Utonium from the Powerpuff Girls fan art to my dad. I want to thank you for doing your best as a father to raise me and my siblings, even though Mom did almost most of the raising. We may have had our moments of fighting each other mostly because of misunderstandings. Regardless of all the issues that we have with each other, I still wish you abundance, health, and wealth on Father’s Day. As I stated in my Mitch and Bunny profile if you can call it that, I mentioned that these two are the parents of two-year-old Ryan and one-year-old Pauline. So, let’s get to know how these bundles of joy came to be. The years of being Citysville’s crimefighting duo rolled by for Mitch and Bunny to the point where the latter yearned to start a family. Mitch consented to Bunny’s plea and made sweet, spicy, and intimate love to her. Then Bunny fell pregnant and it was discovered that it was a boy. The delivery at Townsville Hospital was excruciating, to say the least, but miraculously the baby boy was welcomed to the world, as he was christened Ryan Kendall Mitchelson. Ryan Kendall Mitchelson was born on March 2, 2016. It was said that he was a spirited baby and those same sentiments hold up to this day. He has inherited his mother’s features but not yet her powers, as he is still a baby and once he comes of age he will have to acknowledge his inherited powers. Despite being currently two years old, he ended up flying before learning how to walk and sometimes he was sleep-flying. This got to the point where Mitch and Bunny purchased a special crib to neutralize his powers and once out of the crib his flying powers will be regained. Ryan is rough-and-tumble like his father and bears an energetic side like his mother. One year passed, and Bunny fell pregnant again. Only this time, it was a girl. The new baby was delivered and she was christened as Pauline Clara Mitchelson. Pauline Clara Mitchelson was born on June 15, 2017. She was a jolly baby when she emerged. Her laughter always brought joy to the Mitchelson household and when she clapped her hands it was almost akin to hearing cymbals in an orchestra. Granted, she cannot fly yet but the fact that she has those mighty claps proves to be something that she will sharpen once she comes of age. She has a mixture of her father and mother’s eyes, as they are brown mixed with purple, an unusual color mixture but genetics does seem to do something rather interesting. Pauline is a euphoric bundle of joy and she is truly her mother’s daughter. Mitch and Bunny even appointed Brick, Butch, Boomer, Blossom, Buttercup, Bubbles, Mike, Robin, Elmer, Mary, Harry, and Julie Bean to be Ryan’s and Pauline’s godparents. Each of them wished upon Ryan and Pauline wisdom, bravery, strength, love, optimism, creativity, empathy, and always knowing right from wrong. To this day, Mitch and Bunny continue to ensure that their home is happy and blessed for them and their children to live in, as Mitch is the cool, rough-and-tumble, fun-loving dad and Bunny is the nurturing, loving, and kind mom who ensures respect and love to be present in the house. Well, I hope all of you dads, Bunnitch shippers, and viewers, in general, enjoyed this post. Until then, I wish you a lot of love and joy on Father’s Day. Take care and have an awesome summer. Mitch and Bunny from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network. Ryan Kendall Mitchelson and Pauline Clara Mitchelson belong to me.

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My Baby Just Cares for Me drawn by me

“My baby don’t care for shows My baby don’t care for clothes My baby just cares for me My baby don’t care for cars and races My baby don’t care for high-tone places Liz Taylor is not his style And even Lana Turner’s smile Is somethin’ he can’t see My baby don’t care who knows it My baby just cares for me” -Nina Simone, 1958, Original version composed and written by Walter Donaldson and Gus Khan This is today’s Bunnitch submission as spearheaded by BrickercupMasterX3 and I have to say that I really enjoyed making this. There is nothing more adorable, more endearing, and sweeter than seeing our normally badass Citysville vigilante couple having a cute, tender moment with each other. Plus, their shirts say a lot. So, let’s all feel the love between these two and I will see you all on the flipside. Take care and have a great summer. Mitch Mitchelson and Bunny Utonium from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.

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Training is now in Session drawn by me

This is my submission for Bunnitch month as spearheaded by BrickercupMasterX3, which was supposed to be accomplished yesterday but I had other things to accomplish. So, Paula, I am really sorry this was rather late but I still hope you find it in yourself to enjoy this. Don’t worry, though, the next Bunnitch submission for today is in the works. As Citysville’s heroic vigilantes, Mitch and Bunny are the types of people who bear the mantra of, “My body is a temple.” They certainly live up to that said mantra what with Mitch doing all that weightlifting and Bunny knocking down that punching to the greatest of her abilities. So, Mitch, Bunny, do you have any words for the viewers at home? Mitch: Sure, man. Ya slackers listening to us? Bunny: Get your slouching butts off that chair or else we’re gonna come over there and mess you up! Mitch: Ya wanna know why? Ya wanna know why? We’ll tell you why? Mitch and Bunny: Training is now in session. Me: All right. Thanks a lot. Mitch: No problem. Bunny: It’s our pleasure. Me: So, there you have it. Citysville’s own Mitch Mitchelson and Bunny Utonium Mitchelson proving how important one’s body truly is, especially if one is a hero fighting against crime. This has been Antoni Garcia reporting live from Citysville, USA. Good day, everyone. Mitch Mitchelson and Bunny Utonium from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.

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Mitch and Bunny: Citysville’s Vigilantes drawn by me

My submission for Bunnitch month is dedicated to BrickercupMasterX3 who spearheaded this tradition. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy. If it were not already obvious, this is a now grown-up Mitch Mitchelson who is 26 years old and his darling wife and partner in fighting against crime, Bunny Utonium the original fourth Powerpuff Girl who is 24 years old. Given their attire and the overall look of this picture, I made the now adult Mitch an amalgamation of Casey Jones from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Punisher, as he calls himself The Persecutor and his catchphrase is “I will rock you!”, which is a loose reference to Casey’s “Goongala!” and Bunny the Powerpuff Girl version of The Hulk. Specific details will follow for sure. In my experience of being a Powerpuff Girls fan, it never really crossed my mind to have Mitch paired up with Bunny as a couple, as I mostly paired up Mitch with Princess Morbucks and Bunny with her most likely candidate Elmer Sglue. However, since this is Bunnitch month, this pairing in particular really grew on me. There is something rather fascinating about having a hardass, stubborn, roguish badass like Mitch being paired up with a strong, cute, multilayered all-around good girl like Bunny. These two definitely seem to have a healthy synergy, as they have each others’ backs in everything they do as a couple and as crime fighters on their own accord. In my headcanon, Mitch and Bunny currently reside in Citysville where they have formed a vigilante duo. Due to their presence, Citysville’s crime rate dropped phenomenally and they even have Team Xtreme as their closest allies. Therefore with the help of Townsville’s six-person superhero team as well as the government funds, Citysville has seen a dramatic improvement in infrastructure, lifestyle, and politics, as the former mayor ended up fired for good and Citysville made way for a new mayor. Mitch “The Persecutor” Mitchelson has grown up from being a mouthy, obnoxious, mean little Kindergarten twerp to a tough, rough, determined badass who is so willing to open up an entire can of whoop-ass all thanks to his hand-to-hand combat skills through having heated sparring matches with Brick, Butch, Blossom, and Buttercup and even his trusty baseball bat to knock baddies out cold. Growing up, Mitch has shown little to no interest in academics given his background living in a trailer park. Additionally, he had an on-and-off relationship with Princess Morbucks which was, for the most part, toxic, given her overly demanding attitude, her unrealistically high expectations for her choice of boys, and how she constantly manipulated Mitch to do her bidding every single time. However, with the help of his friends, Boomer, Blossom, Buttercup, and Bubbles, and to some extent, Brick, Butch, Elmer, and Mike, he was able to have enough willpower to finish high school and be finally ditch Princess Morbucks once and for all. He eventually got himself interested in crime and justice, given that his close friends are none other than the members of Team Xtreme themselves, and he wanted to have a go at what he can do to contribute to society. After four years of studying Crime and Justice at Townsville University, Mitch had a job with the police force only for a short time, as the men and women of the Townsville police force could not further put up with his hare-trigger temper. As a result, Mitch moved to Citysville which left Buttercup in tears and left Brick and Butch longing for their favorite sparring partner and closest frenemy to come back. There Mitch met Bunny who was beating up a harasser in her hulking mutated form before transforming back to her regular young woman form. This left Mitch aghast. Bunny immediately recognized Mitch as one of her good friends from school and at that moment his expression went from shock to a pleasant surprise. The two hit it off well to the point where Mitch proposed to her and they were married in a small church with all of their beloved friends as guests. Life in Citysville has changed Mitch’s perspective of the world around him, as he is aware that there is evil everywhere he goes and someone has to put a stop to it. Sure, he is no beacon of morality but he is not one to wallow in his own self-pity or angst, especially since he has a tough and pretty woman to call his own by his side. Bunny “The Bouncing Mountain” Utonium Mitchelson certainly lived a rather interesting life growing up after her resurrection from the events of Twisted Sister. Coming from someone like her who is blessed with immense strength and stamina, she has found it hellishly challenging to control her own powers, especially when she transforms into her mutated form when she gets furious on an unbridled level. After what happened in Twisted Sister, Blossom, Buttercup, and Bubbles brought back what remained of Bunny to their father, Professor Utonium. Having realized what transpired from this and fully realizing what his daughters have been through he knew it was up to him to give Bunny a second chance in life. Through tireless research, putting all the pieces together, and finding a way to stabilize Bunny once and for all, he accomplished his goal for the love of his daughters and through the diligence and hard work he bears as a scientist. To Blossom’s, Buttercup’s, and Bubbles’ joy, Bunny has returned in the flesh. She was more articulate than she was when she was first made and her personality was a mixture of rough-and-tumble and jolly. Moreover, she even managed to make some good friends in Pokey Oaks Kindergarten, especially with one Mitch Mitchelson and to some extent the reformed Rowdyruff Boys. As a child, her relationship with Mitch mostly came off as platonic, as he would end up annoying her at every opportune time and she would always be the one to call him out on his actions,…

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