Bliss is emotionally unstable and can easily lose control of her feelings and powers, potentially causing destruction around her.
Unlike the other members, Bliss has blue hair, a light purple dress, and is thought to be a black Powerpuff Girl, though her race was never explicitly implied in the series.
In the end, it was Bliss' "dangerous" ability that proved her to be an indispensable member of the Utonium family (as well as a brief accessory to Him's evil plan, but I'm willing to forget that if you are).
The new "Powerpuff Girls" series, which started last 2016, has performed decently but had an uphill struggle to endear itself to fans of the original 90s show.
Atwood's 'Handmaid's Tale' and Vallee's 'Big Little Lies' dominate Emmys
The show was also deemed best in the Outstanding Variety Sketch Series and Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series categories. Kate McKinnon bagged the Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her portrayal of Hillary Clinton during the campaign.
Spain declares North Korean ambassador persona non grata
This latest move by Spain followed decisions from both Peru and Mexico to expel the North Korean ambassador on their territory. Before leaving, Kim sharply criticized the decision.
Arsenal to offer Cuadrado Premier League return; Sanchez to snub Real
Real Madrid have made Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez their top transfer target - with Tottenham's Harry Kane considered a backup option. A wantaway Arsenal star will reportedly snub Spanish giants Real Madrid to join a Premier League rival.
Cartoon Network has cast three different women-of-colour to voice Bliss across the North American, African and Australian/New Zealand markets, Entertainment Weekly reports. All you have to do is search "Powerpuff Girls" on Amazon.com to see the long list of items that you can buy that feature the popular trio, including cosplay and Halloween items. Although judging from the "Power of Four" special, Bliss should actually be designated as Powerpuff number Zero, being the first attempt by the Girls' creator/father figure, Professor Utonium, in his experiment to create life with his "sugar, spice and everything nice" formula. We would LOVE to see a Mojo-Bliss reunion in the future. After all, this is the first time a fourth Powerpuff Girl has been officially added to the squad. Now a teenager, she's returned to Townsville to be reunited with her family.
Having finally learned how to channel her destructive power to use her telekinesis more effectively, Bliss flies off into space to rearrange some planets that have been knocked out of their orbits, and that's pretty much it. Pictures in 2002. The show originally aired from 1998 to 2005. Does that make up for the show's general lack of speaking roles for characters of color in the past?
The reboot's also made a big deal of buffing out the girls' personalities and trying to stretch their identities beyond the old school sweetheart/nerd/tomboy formulation.