Talk:Mojo Jojo

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While valid within the show, it rubs me the wrong way to keep referring to him as a monkey.

The article refers to Mojo Jojo as a chimpanzee, but Mojo Jojo is not a chimpanzee. Mojo Jojo is a bonobo, which is a different species of great ape. --anon

Villain category[edit]

I keep adding Mojo to the Villains category, but every time I do that, someone takes him off of it! Will whoever's doing that please cut it out?! And the same thing goes for The Rowdyruff Boys and Princess Morbucks. - Nintendo Maximus

It's a POV bias to name, in this case, Powerpuff Girls characters, as villains. Other people may see the Powerpuff Girls themselves as bad guys (like the way they clench their when they fight sometimes. Either that or the category should be deleted. You cut it out, RIGHT NOW!! Marcus2 21:57, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)
No, you cut it out! Mojo wants to enslave everybody; ipso ergo, he's a villain. Same thing with the other villains, who have both wanted to cause bodily harm to the girls, who are the protagonists of the show. Now stop removing the PPG villains from the category! - Nintendo Maximus
You think your opinion is dominant over others!! No!! And I say that the girls are not protagonists! So, QUIT IT!!!! Marcus2 20:37, 14 Jul 2005 (UTC)
No, I happen to be going by fact. Mojo is a villain. And the Girls are the protagonists! Their name's in the title, for crying out loud! - Nintendo Maximus
There is no evidence that Mojo is a villain or that the Powerpuff Girls are protagonists. It's all a matter of opinion! It's fiction, so therefore, you can decide yourself if they're villains or protagonists or not. If you don't stop edit warring with me, you will be blocked!! Marcus2 22:25, 20 Jul 2005 (UTC)
Actually, there is. The show is titled "The Powerpuff Girls", not "Things That Go On In Townsville". And I quite recall Mojo and the rest distinctly being referred to as villains in an official magazine published at the height of the show's popularity. - Nintendo Maximus
The magazine may list Mojo and others as villains because they are depicted as antagonists. Otherwise, it's all opinion, not fact. Marcus2 14:51, 27 Jul 2005 (UTC)
No, it is fact. Antagonists are usually villains. And if Mojo's not a villain as you claim, then I suppose everybody else who's listed in the category isn't a villain either. - Nintendo Maximus
Exactly. That is why I plan to delete the category. Marcus2 13:14, 5 Aug 2005 (UTC)
It's crazy insanity that he's not listed as a villian, not only in the categories, but in the first sentence. Look - it's a fictional series, and the creator says he's a villian, so he's a villian. It's like having a POV on what I had for breakfast.Hipocrite 16:57, 29 July 2005 (UTC)
Okay. Let's suppose that I created a character who robbed banks all across the USA to become the richest man in the world, and I called him a hero. Would all people consider him a hero? No. Many will consider him a villain, but nobody has to. Marcus2 13:14, 5 Aug 2005 (UTC)
Keeping in mind Wikipedia:No original research, is there anything we can do to resolve this conflict? Could we use my edit here, which is "near-universally considered to be a villian"

Mojo Jojo describes himself as a villain. So why did you even argue about it?

You know, I imagine that the Encyclopedia Britannica must have editors' meetings exactly like this.

Actually, he should be in some sort of category for in the middle. Cause sometimes he's a villian, and sometimes he's a good guy (he helped the Powerpuff Girls before). --anon

This discussion has inspired a parody. -Jsnell 00:30, 1 June 2006 (UTC)

It is quite simply implied that Mojo Jojo is a villain. --Jamesino 02:49, 15 July 2006 (UTC)

well at worst the girls could be considered vigilantes, or anti-heros, but they are still called upon by the fragile city of townsville to defend them from the likes of mojo jojo, if you watched a single show even by accident you would know this.

Exactly. Don't be so utterly ridiculous. In fiction, one is quite simply either a hero or a villain and Mojo is most definately the latter. Saying that whether or not Mojo is evil is a matter of opinion is like saying that whether or not Dr bloody Evil is evil is a matter of opinion.

Mojo Quotes[edit]

Due to his unique diction, I feel a section of quotes would be helpful in further understanding the character of Mojo Jojo. The quotes would serve not only to compliment, but expand on Mojo's redundant nature touched upon in the "Engrish" section. Please discuss.

I like this suggestion. Ideally, the quotes would be chosen so as to be accessible to Wikipedians who may not have seen or even heard of this TV show before. We want this article to serve as an useful introduction to Mojo Jojo, as well as provide in-depth details. Listing our favorite monkey quotes would be a positive step forward. Factitious 12:38, 4 November 2006 (UTC)

Mojo Appearence[edit]

Has anyone noticed MJ design looks remarkbly similar to Piccolo from Dragon Ball Z? I mean the turban, green skin color and large cape? His face also always depicted in anger, much like Piccolo. :)


rather he looks similar to brainiac a villain of super man with an inlarged brain, green skin, and designs to enslave the earth, that or the villain ultra-humanite a villain that had his large brain removed and placed into the body of an albino ape, it is my opinion that he is a mixture of the two

TeeVeePedia[edit]

Someone further up the page did a link to a parody of this discussion on a site called TeeVeepedia. Just out of curiosity, is this TeeVeePedia an actual sister website to Wikipedia like Wikiquote and Wiktionary or is it just a parody? Anon

Lamest edit wars ever[edit]

I added this page to Wikipedia:Lamest edit wars. Just so you know. --Careless hx 03:01, 1 August 2007 (UTC)

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