This collaboration is to commemorate the 10th Anniversay of Powerpuff Girls airing in Japan.
Having my favourite cartoon from my childhood to team-up with Vocaloid is truly a personal satisfaction.
The "Powerpuff Girls" characters were created by Craig McCracken back in 1992, with a prototype short-animation film aired in 1995. The first airing in Japan started since 2001, and is now broadcasted in 168 countries worldwide, while gaining popularity from a wide range of children. Hatsune Miku, a singing software called "Vocaloid" that "sings a song" based on the lyrics and notes input, using "Hatsune Miku" as the vocals. Products have been published under the Vocaloid name, from CDs to even holding a live performance.
This time, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Japanese airing of Powerpuff Girls, a collaboration with Hatsune Miku has been formed. Vocaloids, such as Hatsune Miku, the Kagamine Twins, Rin and Len and even Megurine Luka, will be dressed in "Powerpuff Girl" costumes and deformed in accordance to the Powerpuff design for the heroines, Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup.
The world-famous characters are set to receive collaborative products, scheduled to appear one after another this summer. More information on the "Powerpuff Girls x Hatsune Miku" collaboration will be posted at the official website in the future.
Via News Ameba