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Blossom
Background information
Feature films The Powerpuff Girls Movie
Short films Whoopass Stew
Television programs The Powerpuff Girls
The Powerpuff Girls (2016)
Powerpuff Girls Z
What a Cartoon!
Video games Bad Mojo Jojo
Paint the Townsville Green
Chemical X-traction
Battle HIM
Mojo Jojo A-Go-Go
HIM and Seek
Relish Rampage
Mojo Jojo's Clone Zone
Gamesville
Princess Snorebucks
Mojo Jojo's Pet Project
Defenders of Townsville
Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion/Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL
Cartoon Network Racing
Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall
Lego Dimensions
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators
Voice Jennifer Fried (1992)
Cathy Cavadini (1995-present)
Nicole Bouma (Powerpuff Girls Z; english dub)
Emiri Katō (Powerpuff Girls Z; japanese version)
Amanda Leighton (2016-present)
Performance model
Designer
Inspiration
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name Blossom
Other names Momoko Akatsutsumi (in anime)
Hyper Blossom
Liberty Belle
Commander and the Leader
Ice Princess (by Buttercup)
The Smart One
Personality Cute, Smart, Clever, Kind, Perky, level headed, naggy.
Appearance Slender, Fair skin, pink eyes, long red-orange waist length hair, large red bow and hairclip, pink dress with black stripe in the middle, white tights, black Mary Jane Shoes.
Occupation Self-proclaimed Leader of the Powerpuff Girls
Alignment Good
Affiliations The Powerpuff Girls
Nationality American
Birthday
Goal To protect Townsville with her sisters
Home Professor Utonium's House
Townsville
Relatives Bubbles (sister), Buttercup (sister), Professor Utonium (adoptive father)
Pets
Allies
Minions
Enemies Mojo Jojo, Sedusa, Fuzzy Lumpkins, HIM, Mr. Wednesday, The Gangreen Gang, The Rowdyruff Boys (Brick, Butch and Boomer), Princess Morbucks, Mojo Jojo's army,
Likes Baths, Reading books, Her Hair, The colors red and pink, Professor Utonium, Robin Snyder, Rock/Techno/Hip-hop music, Her sisters, Learning, Video games, School, Being a hero
Dislikes Crime, Villains, Being Tricked, Her ego being hurt, Defeat, Arguments, Being thought of as stupid, Her hair ruined, Bullies, The idea of killing bad guys, Liver and Onions, Bugs, Spiders, The Town of Citiesville, Failing Tests, Being embarrassed, Cooties (one-time), Disturbance of her sleep, Silent movies (as do her sisters), Being the laughing stalk (Shown in A Made Up Story and The Mane Event), Her trophies destroyed (Shown in Little Lost Octi)
Powers and abilities Ice Breath, Pink lightning bolts, Microscopic vision, Pink laser eye beams, Advanced intelligence & knowledge, Enhanced intuition, Intuitive aptitude, Danger Sense, Expert leadership skills, Apt planning skills, Master strategist, Fire Breath,
Paraphernalia
Weapons
Fate
Quote

Blossom is the main protagonist of the animated television series The Powerpuff Girls, along with her sisters Bubbles and Buttercup. She's the Commander and Leader; she's the bright but egocentric leader of the superhero trio. She is voiced by Cathy Cavadini.

Background

Biography

Early life

Personality

Original series

As the smartest member and self-proclaimed leader of the Powerpuff Girls she is often seen as the most mature, level-headed and composed member of the group. She can also be fussy, overbearing, vain and overly analytical at times. She tends to protect Bubbles and Buttercup, and often tries to play peacemaker between the two if -they fight, but ironically, she is quick to argue with Buttercup who acts on impulse as opposed to her analytical nature. She is naturally caring to mainly her sisters, but also the Professor and others.

In "A Very Special Blossom", a darker side to Blossom is shown when she resorts to stealing the Pro-Excellence 2000 Golf Clubs for the Professor, who later says it's his fault for putting too much value in a material item instead of the love for the Girls. For this, her first (and fortunately only) offense, Blossom was sentenced to 200 hours of community service, which was a harsh reminder to her and to all that crime doesn't pay. This was not the last time she has justified bad behavior with logistical reasoning, e.g. when Professor Utonium stole toys while sleep-walking and said it was okay because he wasn't doing it consciously, or when she'd keep breaking Mojo out of jail under the premise of them getting rewarded and ultimately putting Mojo back in jail.

Blossom is shown to lavish intellect-enhancing toys and is often seen, in her free time, curled up with a good book. In the episode "Power-Noia" Blossom has nightmares about failing a test for which she forgot to study, only to find out that HIM is behind the girls' nightmares. The same episode establishes that Blossom is the smartest girl in Townsville. In addition, Blossom is also the one behind the strategies and plans that the Girls themselves often use in battle.

After the girls were created in The Powerpuff Girls Movie, Professor named her Blossom for speaking freely and honestly to him, and for being the first to speak. Her personality ingredient is "everything nice," and her signature color is pink. She also stated in an interview for The Powerpuff Girls Movie that she finds inspiration from female superheroes such as Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl.

Powerpuff Girls Z

Blossom (PPGZ appearance)

Blossom's anime appearance in Powerpuff Girls Z

Momoko is a bit boy-crazy, given to crushes and romantic fantasies, and is also an otaku. She is very familiar with the mahou shojo genre, along with some typical anime/super sentai concepts and is regarded as a "hero maniac" in school, especially by Kaoru. Momoko also has a strong appetite for sugary foods. Momoko was the first to encounter Mojo Jojo at the park after buying candy. If she doesn't eat sweets for a long time she can get very cranky. Although often distracted and has been known to whine, Momoko tries her best to protect Tokyo City, lead the girls, and help her friends regardless of her situation (In one instance, when Momoko is unable to transform, she tries to fight alongside Miyako (Rolling Bubbles) and Karou (Powered Buttercup) wearing a sentai hero mask). While not as intelligent as her 1998 predecessor, she can often can be very clever and crafty when needed, usually being the first to come up with a plan to trick or defeat a monster that the girls are having trouble with. She has a younger sister named Kuriko. She plans to be married in the future.

2016 TV series reboot

Blossom 2016 pic

Blossom's reboot appearance in the 2016 tv series reboot

Like the other girls, not much as changed to her personality, as she still appears to be the self-proclaimed leader like her original counterpart and appears to still be more intelligent then her sisters. She is very orderly, having all of her things in a specialized place. According to the short Run, Blossom, Run, she has perfect school attendance and has already been accepted into a top university, to which she has a gained a paranoia to being late in that she sometimes gets up early even on weekends. She usually exaggerates and sometimes speaks in a naggy or even condescending nature. But like her original counterpart, she is also very analytical coming up with most of their plans and still is protective and cares for the well being of her sisters and others much like her predecessor. One of her major weaknesses is that she is somewhat of a germaphobe, as she has been seen putting on latex gloves before touching dirty things.

Physical Apperance

Original series

Blossom is an slender fair skinned girl who has long, fiery red-orange, waist-length hair with a triangular part and bangs and pink eyes. She wears a pink dress that has a black stripe in the middle with white tights and black Mary Jane shoes. She wears a large red bow on the top of her hair and a heart-shaped hairclip that can be seen from behind.

The Powerpuff Girls Z

In The Powerpuff Girls Z, she has a red ribbon in her hair, just like her original counterpart. But she wears it like a ponytail. She takes it off when she goes to bed.

2016 TV series reboot

Blossom appearance is identical to her 1998 series counterpart, with a very slight difference in animation style, and her bow is more rounded whereas her original counterpart's bow is more pointed, this is the least noticeable hair change of the 3 sisters. She has long red-orange hair, and wears a pink dress with a black horizontal stripe along the middle, as well as black mary-janes and white socks.

Powers and abilities

Her special superpower is "Ice Breath" as revealed in the episode "Ice Sore". In "Ice Sore," surprised by her new found ability, Bubbles and Buttercup become very jealous of their sister. In the same episode, Blossom used her ice breathing ability to save Townsville from a flaming meteor. After this task was completed she was unable to breathe ice. In the same episode, when the weather condition turned from hot to cold, Blossom could suddenly breath fire, implying when she has a cold her ice breath oddly enough becomes fire breath. She has only used that ability once. She uses her ice breath as a last resort in her fight against Princess Morbucks and her super-suit after Bubbles and Buttercup regroup to beat her in a handicap and blows with her Ice Breath to freeze her outfit until it breaks her golden fighting suit into pieces.

Blossom has the unique ability among the Powerpuff Girls to speak Chinese. (revealed in "Little Miss Interprets," contrary to Bubbles's knowledge of many foreign languages). She can also read Chinese (revealed in "The Bare Facts"). Considering she has stated that she needs to "brush up" on said language, it can be assumed to be a learned ability.

Blossom's hair bow is revealed to be a highly explosive timer bomb, seen in Forced Kin. It is considered the Powerpuff Girls' last resort of defeating an enemy.

Powers

Many of her unique abilities include:

Ice Breath
Pink lightning bolts
Microscopic vision
Pink laser eye beams
Advanced intelligence & knowledge
Enhanced intuition
Intuitive aptitude
Danger Sense
Expert leadership skills
Apt planning skills
Master strategist
Fire Breath

Appearances

Whoopass Stew

What a Cartoon!

Meat Fuzzy Lumkins

Crime 101

1998 TV series

The Powerpuff Girls Movie

The Powerpuff Girls Z

2016 TV series

Relationships

WARNER BROS. WIKI LOGO
Warner Bros. Entertainment Wiki has an article focusing on the relationships of Blossom.

Quotes

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Warner Bros. Entertainment Wiki has a collection of quotes said by Blossom.

Gallery

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Warner Bros. Entertainment Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Blossom.

Trivia

  • Blossom has the least votes as the most favorite Powerpuff Girl, as proven by polls online.
  • In the introduction of the start of every episode, she is always the first to flash by the screen (as a pink girl-shaped blast) and the first to fly.
  • Craig McCracken has said that the bow that Blossom wears represents that she is the leader of the bunch.
  • Her back hair is designed to resemble a superhero cape.
  • Blossom is the only one in her family to wear hair accessories. (Bubbles does not count because her's aren't visible, so it is unsure if she wears them or not.)
  • Although she and her sisters are co-protagonists, Blossom is more iconic, and has bigger plans.
  • Blossom's pink energy-projection/controlling abilities are very similar to that of the DC Comics character Green Lantern, with the obvious difference being the color pink instead of green. Also similar to those of Gwen Tennyson's pink/magenta/fuchsia life energy-generating abilities from Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and Ben 10: Omniverse.
  • Like her 1998 counterpart original show, she appears on screen first in the opening.
  • Her diary uses a series of symbols, rather than distinguishable words, which might indicate extremely high intelligence and knowledge of certain languages, though not as good as Bubbles.


v - e - d
The Powerpuff Girls logo
Media
Television: The Powerpuff Girls (Episodes) • 2016 Reboot series (Episodes) • The Powerpuff Girls Z

Theatrical Film: The Powerpuff Girls Movie
Specials: Twas the Fight Before ChristmasThe Powerpuff Girls Rule!!!Dance Pantsed
Pilots: Whoopass Stew: A Sticky Situation!Meat Fuzzy LumpkinsCrime 101
Home Video: Video
Video Games: Bad Mojo JojoPaint the Townsville GreenChemical X-tractionRelish RampageMojo Jojo's Clone ZoneHIM and SeekDefenders of TownsvilleMojo MadnessBattle HIMMojo Jojo A-Go-GoMojo Jojo's Pet ProjectGlitch Fixers
Music: soundtracks
Books:

Characters
Protagonists: BlossomBubblesButtercupProfessor Utonium

Supporting characters: The Mayor of TownsvilleSara BellumMs. Keane
Antagonists: Mojo JojoPrincess MorbucksHIMThe Gangreen GangFuzzy LumpkinsThe Rowdyruff BoysSedusaDick HardlyBianca BikiniThe Amoeba BoysChelseaFemme FataleManboyWhite KittyAllegroRainbow the Clown / Mr. MimeThe SmithsLenny BaxterRoach CoachThe Boogie ManMask ScaraAbracadaverFluffy BunchOil MonsterGiant FishballoonBroccoloidsMinistry of PainDragon-Like MonsterLou GubriousJanitaurThe Mayor of CitiesvilleThe GnomeWhimsical WillyMajor ManSteve the MonsterMojo Jojo's ArmyDooks of DoomMadame ArgentinaThe PowerbluffsMopey PopoMike BrikowskiMax Von NitrateMr. WednesdayEye MonsterFredHeadsuckerJeromeMr. Burglar ManJemmica
Other characters: BunnyRobin SnyderBulletSteamypuff GirlsCaptain RighteousLeftyMike BelieveElmer SglueRun-of-the-Mill GirlsMajor Glory (crossover) • Valhallen (crossover) • Harry PittPowerpuff Girls' Imaginary FriendSanta ClausMitch MitchelsonTwiggyThe Mayor of Citiesville

Locations
TownsvillePokey Oaks KindergartenMidway Elementary SchoolProfessor Utonium's HouseMalph'sHot Dogs On A SkewerTownsville City Opera HouseThe Powerpuff StorePokey FolksSilico IndustriesCitiesville
Objects
Songs
Episodes
Original: Monkey See, Doggie DoMommy FearestInsect InsidePowerpuff BluffOcti EvilGeshundfightButtercrushFuzzy LogicBoogie FrightsAbracadaverTelephoniesTough LoveMajor CompetitionMr. Mojo's RisingPaste Makes WasteIce SoreBubbleviciousThe Bare FactsCat Man DoImpeach FuzzJust Another Manic MojoMime for a ChangeThe Rowdyruff BoysUh Oh DynamoStuck Up, Up and AwaySchoolhouse RockedCollect HerSupper VillainBirthday BashToo Pooped to PuffBeat Your GreensDown n' DirtyDream SchemeYou Snooze You LoseSlave the DayLos Dos MojosA Very Special BlossomDaylight SavingsMo JobPet FeudImaginary FiendCootie GrasThe Powerpuff Girls Best Rainy Day Adventure EverJust DessertsTwisted SisterCover UpSpeed DemonMojo JonesinSomething's a Ms.Slumbering with the EnemyFallen ArchesThe Mane EventTown and OutChild FearingCriss Cross CrisisBubblevisionBought and ScoldGettin' Twiggy With ItCop OutThree Girls and a MonsterMonkey See, Doggy TwoJewel of the AisleSuper ZeroesCandy Is DandyCatastropheHot Air BuffoonPloys R' UsThe Headsucker's MoxyEqual FightsPowerprof.Moral DecayMeet the Beat AllsHelter ShelterPower LunchFilm FlamAll Chalked UpGet Back JojoHim Diddle RiddleSuper FriendsMembers OnlyNano of the NorthStray BulletForced KinKnock It OffKeen on KeaneNot So Awesome BlossomPower-NoiaMonstra-CityShut the Pup UpToast of the TownDivide and ConquerBurglar AlarmedShotgun WeddingSave MojoSubstitute CreatureThe Boys Are Back in TownSee Me, Feel Me, GnomeyPee Pee G'sBoy ToysSeed No EvilThe City of ClipsvilleLying Around the HouseBubble BoyA DocumentaryGirls Gone MildCursesBang for Your BuckSilent TreatmentSweet 'n' SourPrime MatesCoupe D'EtatMakes Zen to MeSay UncleReeking HavocLive & Let DynamoMo' LinguishOops, I Did It AgainA Made Up StoryLittle Miss InterpretsNight MayorCustody BattleThe City of NutsvilleAspirationsThat's Not My BabySimian SaysSun ScreamThe City of FrownsvilleWest in PiecesCrazy Mixed Up PuffsMizzen in ActionRoughing It UpWhat's the Big Idea?Nuthin' SpecialNeighbor HoodI See a Funny Cartoon in Your FutureOcti-Gone

Reboot:

See also