In the sixth episode of the 2016 TV series, Manboy attempts to destroy the Zen-Aissance Fair using his Manbot but is intercepted by Buttercup, who he enrages by calling her princess. His Man-Bot puts up a fight for a short period, but is ultimately destroyed by Buttercup who throws Manboy across the city. Manboy is seen later in his dwelling, plotting revenge against Buttercup. While there, he carves wooden heads of the Powerpuff Girls using his chainsaw with Buttercup at the top. Out of anger, Manboy throws his chainsaw at the Buttercup carving but it simply bounces off, much to Manboy's grief.
He later returns to the Zen-Aissance Fair with a wooden cannon being pulled by a polar bear and an army of animated T-bone steaks. Buttercup, who has converted to a more peaceful state of being, simply puts a flower in the cannon and is shot full-force by it. When Blossom and Bubbles are having trouble defeating Manboy's meat army, Buttercup uses the training she learned from Guru Chillaxi to defeat Manboy when she burns his beard off with her heat vision and tosses him into a giant pile of tofu.
In Manboy's 2nd appearance, he stole the water from a lake so his sprinkler heads could spray his huge lawn.
In Manboy's 3rd appearance, he blasted Bubbles with his beard ray which resulted in her growing a beard similar to his (except in her respective hair color).
In Manboy's 4th appearance, he plays a more minor role than before. He was seen trampling Fuzzy and his kart, until The Gnat unleashed his termites to eat his log kart and resulted with him being knocked out.
Manboy is a diminutive but imposing individual with a slightly muscular build in his small, youthful body. He has bushy red hair and a beard with a mustache. He wears a red flannel shirt, blue pants, reddish-brown boots and a yellow belt with a capital "M" on the belt-buckle.
In promotional material, Manboy is described as a being "born of brawn and musk". He appears to be very misogynistic, as he glorifies manhood and belittles womanhood. It is this character trait that quickly gets him on Buttercup's bad side.
Powers and Abilities
Being manliness personified, Manboy possesses considerable physical strength, durability, and endurance for his size. He can grow his facial hair to an incredible length and control it like a prehensile limb. He also possesses enough technical prowess to construct a giant robot out of wood, which he controls using only his "manly will".
|1. "Never Been Blissed":||Absent||21. "Witch's Crew":||Absent|
|2. "Aliver":||Absent||22. "The Gift":||Appears|
|3. "Worship":||Absent||23. "Oh, Daisy!":||Absent|
|4. "Blossom3":||Absent||24. "Brain Freeze":||Absent|
|5. "Mojo the Great":||Absent||25. "Lights Out!":||Absent|
|6. "Trouble Clef":||Absent||26. "Bucketboy!":||Absent|
|7. "Save the Date":||Absent||27. "The Fog":||Absent|
|8. "Can't Buy Love":||Absent||28. "The Spoon":||Absent|
|9. "Largo":||Absent||29. "Cat Burglar":||Absent|
|10. "Blundercup":||Absent||30. "Hustlecup":||Absent|
|11. "Ragnarock and Roll":||Absent||31. "Rebel Rebel":||Absent|
|12. "Total Eclipse of the Kart":||Appears||32. "Our Brand is Chaos":||Absent|
|13. "The Long Skate Home":||Absent||33. "Tagalong":||Absent|
|14. "Quarantine":||Absent||34. "BrainLord":||Absent|
|15. "In the Doghouse":||Absent||35. "Checkin Out!":||Absent|
|16. "Salamander":||Absent||36. "Drama Bomb":||Absent|
|17. "Small World: Abra-Disaster Part 1":||Absent||37. "Watch It!":||Absent|
|18. "Small World: Stone Cold Spider Part 2":||Absent||38. "Man Up 4: The Donnyest Game":||Appears|
|19. "Small World: The Maze Daze Part 3":||Absent||39. "The Oct-Father":||Absent|
|20. "Small World: Heart to Heartstone Part 4":||Absent||40. "Sideline Dad":||Absent|
|1. "Who's Got the Power?":||Appears||6. "Bubbs & Donny Get the Mail":||Absent|
|2. "Air Buttercup":||Absent||7. "Bedtime":||Absent|
|3. "Bubbles' Beauty Blog (but on Video)":||Absent||8. "Mojo Builds a Shelf":||Absent|
|4. "Run, Blossom, Run!":||Absent||9. "I’ll Be Bake":||Absent|
|5. "Ping Pong Z":||Absent||10. "Blissfully Unaware":||Absent|
- Manboy is one of the many recurring villains, introduced in the 2016 TV Series, along with Allegro, Packrat, The Fashionistas, The Gnat, Silico, Jemmica, Pug-Faced Paulie, and Erica the Red.
- He is similar to the villain Himcules from My Life as a Teenage Robot. Both are egotistical sexists who belittle women.
- He is also similar to Femme Fatale.
- There was a villain also named Man Boy featured in the Bootman episode of the Cartoon Network show Johnny Bravo.