Cartoon Network Introduces New Powerpuff Girl Bliss


After much teasing and speculation, Cartoon Network finally introduced fans to its official fourth Powerpuff Girl this weekend, with new pint-size hero Bliss making her debut in part one of the five-part The Powerpuff Girls: The Power of Four programming event. (Miss the broadcast premiere? You can catch up on CN’s app through the link in the Tweet below.)

The long-lost “big sister” to Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, teenage Bliss returns from a self-imposed exile to help fight crime in Townsville, while she continues to learn to control her ultra super powers — which on top of extraordinary strength and flight include teleportation and telekinesis. Bliss was created by Professor Utonium using a similar sugar & spice recipe to the other girls.

CN has been busily recruiting local actors and celebrities to voice the character in the multiple regions included in The Power of Four roll-out. Olivia Olson (Marceline in Adventure Time and Vanessa in Phineas and Ferb) voiced the US version, musician Toya Delozy was previously announced as the voice for Africa, and Chinese-Australian YouTube star Wendy Ayche (“Wengie”) has just been revealed as the voice for Australia-New Zealand.

The Powerpuff Girls: The Power of Four

The Powerpuff Girls: The Power of Four

  • Ellis Amir Rogers Archer

    This show has no standards.

  • superkeegan9100

    I hate how literally NO ONE LIKES HER.

    Everyone, LITERALLY EVERYONE is comparing her to Bunny, up to the point where it’s just hypocritical, pathetic and repetitive! NO ONE EVEN CARED ABOUT BUNNY UNTIL BLISS SHOWED UP. WHAT THE DUCK. YOU PEOPLE MAKE ME SICK.

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