Bubbles is shown to be bright and naive like her original counterpart, although a bit more ditzy and less intellegent.
AppearanceHer appearance differs slightly from her original counterpart, as she has bigger pig tails and visible blue hairties in her hair. Also, her pigtails are placed on top of her head, instead of at the sides of her head. Like her original counterpart, She wears blue dress with black horizontal stripe at her waist, white tights and black mary janes.
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Powers and Abilities
Like her sisters, she has the ability to fly at great speeds, fire red laser beams from her bright blue eyes, superhuman agility, enhanced endurance and superhuman strength (though she can still get her bones broken). In "Princess Buttercup" It's shown that she and Blossom can use super speed.
Blue Energy ProjectionShe also has the ability to make light blue-colored energy constructs of animals (such as a rabbit, bear, dolphin, or rhino) out of pure light blue energy. She can control these energized animal forms at will. Her 1998 counterpart does not possess the ability whatsoever in the original series.
Sonic ScreamLike her original 1998 counterpart she also possesses the power to emit unusually strong hypersonic blasts and ultrasonic screams from her mouth, that are capable of shattering glass, stone, concrete easily and knock opponents back.
She can attract a crowd of people with her irresistibly melodious and angelically hypnotic songs. According to Mojo Jojo in Tiara Trouble, she has a hypnotically irresistible singing voice similar to that of an angel which can shatter glass, stone and brick with ease.
Her other special ability is talking to and understanding the speech of animals.
In "Viral Spiral" she is revealed to be an expert at programming computer software; such as games and even hack into the internet itself.
In "Once Upon a Townsville" She was ready to fire a laser beam , but the dragon blocked it by blowing some fire on Bubbles.
In "Man Up 2: Still Man-ing" she showed that she is capable of copying someone else's speaking voice.