|The Boogie Man|
|Name:||The Boogie Man|
|First appearance:||Boogie Frights|
|Last appearance:||The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!!|
|Voice actor:||Kevin Michael Richardson|
The Boogie Man is a character from the animated series The Powerpuff Girls.
Boogie Man is the main antagonist of the episode Boogie Frights, a 70's disco dancing loving monster who plots eternal darkness in Townsville, only to be defeated and hurled into space.
Since then, he has made nothing but minor cameo appearances and was in the Game Boy Advance game; HIM and Seek where he said he would leave if the girls could beat him in a dance-off. He wears reddish orange sunglasses. In The Powerpuff Girls Rule! his skin was colored purple instead of blue.
- Jerome: Supposedly his right-hand man, a small green monster wearing orange shades and a yellow jacket. Also appearing in the Gameboy Advance game as a bouncer who won't let the girls in unless they had a password.
- Scissors: A bird-like monster, phoned up by Jerome as the Boogie Man requests he cut the power, as it being a step in his "grand master plan."
- Maggot: No real name given, some sort of maggot or slime monster wearing a hat who warns the Boogie Man about the sun coming up, appears in the opening screen of the show, in the background of the disco club in Him-and-Seek, and even alongside the Boogie Man as he cameos in The Powerpuff Girls Rule.
- Cat Monster: A female, orange skinned, giant monstrous feline wearing leopard skin patterned pants and shirt. She frightens the girls and tells them "Yeah, little girl. I thought you liked to party!" and then tries to slash with her claws at Buttercup, who punches her out with one uppercut, making her fly away into the distance. She is credited as "Cat Monster" in the credits and voiced by Tara Strong.
- The Boogie Man also appeared in a Cartoon Cartoon Fridays "We'll Be Right Back" bumper along with Mojo Jojo.
- His voice slightly resembles soul singer, Barry White's voice.
- His name is based on Boogeyman - a supernatural creature of Scottish beliefs, of indefinite shape, which in the Anglo-Saxon culture frightens children in order to discipline them.