|Franchise||The Powerpuff Girls|
|Vehicles and/or Gadgets||Mega Blast Bot|
|Residence||The Powerpuff Girls House (Townsville)|
Along with Blossom and Bubbles, she was first created by Professor Utonium with sugar, spice, everything nice and Chemical X. She serves as one of the main protagonists in the show along with her sisters.
Among the Powerpuff Girls, Buttercup is the most tomboyish and aggressive, usually having an angrier disposition in comparison to Bubbles and Blossom. However, she happens to be somewhat of a troublemaker. She enjoys fighting villains and criminals and despises girly things like skirts and scrap-booking.
Buttercup would rather hang out with The Ganggreen Gang, a gang of five teenage hoodlums that are green-skinned and unhealthy looking. She really enjoys playing death ball with them and is considered a very good friend with them. In particular, Buttercup hates being called "princess", as she will fly into an annoyed rage at any who calls her such.
- Mini Access
- LEGO Constructs
- Super Strength
- Energy Shield
- Gyrosphere Switches
- Heart Regeneration
- Underwater Super Strength Ability
- In the 2016 reboot TV series, she was voiced by Natalie Palamides, who reprises her role in the game. In the 1998 original TV series, she was voiced by Elizabeth Daily.
- Buttercup's cowlick in her hair is based off her design in the 2016 reboot series.
- Her toy tag design is based off of the green and black line from her dress with the word BAM featured on the front.
- Buttercup's line towards Beast Boy references the Teen Titans Go!/Powerpuff Girls crossover episode where the Titans keeps calling the girls "babies", despite them being fully-capable superheroes.
- Buttercup's line towards Aquaman references an old Cartoon Network promo where the Powerpuff Girls fight the Legion of Doom and rescue him and Wonder Woman.
- In a Reddit Q&A with Arthur Parsons, he confirmed that Buttercup will have the LEGO Constructs Ability.
- She is the only non-Ninjago character to have the Spinjitzu Ability.
- Main article: Buttercup/Gallery