Mojo Jojo is a Supervillain, and main antagonist in the Cartoon Network animated series The Powerpuff Girls, he has green skin, pink whites in his eyes, wears a turban with lavender linings that covers his large, oversized brain caused by the explosion that created the girls, and wears white gloves and boots, a blue suit with a white belt, and a long wavy, purple cape. He is a notorious genius chimpanzee mad scientist, whose main goal is to destroy the Powerpuff Girls, crush Townsville and conquer the world, in that order. In order to do this, he spends much of his time plotting and inventing new weapons or technology. This normally comes in the shape of giant robots or large energy weapons. He is verbose and has high-vocabulary use and long-lasting sentences, and he has an evil lab on the Townsville volcano. Despite his high intelligence, he is not good at planning his schemes, and as a result they fall apart. Mojo is shown to have a civilian life despite his criminal activities; he is often shown walking around Townsville without any citizens running in fear, and even buys groceries legally. The girls also tend to treat him as a friendly neighbor, often coming to his house to ask for favors without attacking him. His exposure to Chemical X led to his brain growing to a ludicrous size, outgrowing his skull and necessitating the helmet to cover and protect it. Mojo speaks English somewhat quickly, with a low, deep, sinister voice and a "bad" Japanese accent. Instead of using simple one word answers, Mojo Jojo always gives reason and explanations in his sentences. He has a habit of repeating phrases over and over, in the style of badly dubbed Japanese movies and anime series. Mojo seems to either be unaware of this habit, or to think it the proper way to speak English. Bubbles was hit on the head with an I-beam and thought that she was Mojo, and thus spoke redundantly just as Mojo does. However, Mojo accused her of repeating phrases nonsensically (ironically repeating himself in the process: "I do not talk like that! The way I communicate is much different! I do not reiterate, repeat, reinstate the same thing over and over again. I am clear, concise, to the point...").
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