|This article is about Bleez (G1). For the generation two version, see Bleez (G2).|
Bleez is a recurring character in the first generation of the DC Super Hero Girls franchise. She is a student at Korugar Academy and a Red Lantern.
- Wing Manifestation: In her natural unmodified form, Bleez had the power of winged flight. But after becoming a member of the Red Lantern Corps she developed other abilities. She has also been shown to use her wings in combat, whether by wrapping them around an opponent in hand-to-hand, or by flying low to and using their intense, acidic heat to sever opponents' legs.
Red Lateran Ring: Bleez is a bearer of the Red Lantern Ring and has all the powers that come with it. The abilities the ring grants him are:
- Acid: She has the ability to expel a fiery acid from her mouth.
- Animating: A Red Lantern can will things to move how he wants.
- Caustic Effect: Red Lantern power can damage and drain away the power of other lanterns almost like a poison. For example green lanterns who survive a Red Lantern attack will begin to lose power from the almost napalm like attacks of Red Lanterns.
- Communicator: The ring can act as a personal communicator between Lanterns.
- Costumes: The wearer of the ring may create any costume they choose, based on their personal preferences, whenever they choose. The ring projects the costume over any clothes already worn at the time. While Red Lanterns have no costume code they all are red and black with the Red Lantern symbol displayed.
- Energy Projection: The rings can also project beams, form protective bubbles and force fields, and fire destructive blasts. The attacks often come from the mouth from a Red Lantern.
- Energy Constructs: The rings can construct anything the wearer can imagine from hard-light energy, as long as they are willing to make it. The more determined the wearer is, the more complex and intricate these things can be. The constructs can even be so complex as to form working machines, computers, and even people. Red Lanterns have difficulty creating constructs due to their anger.
- Flight: The ring allows the wearer to fly in atmosphere or in space, and can achieve incredible speeds, moving from planet to planet in a matter of hours.
- Heart Replacement: Red Lantern Rings replace the heart of the lantern who wields them so removing a Red Lantern ring is often fatal without medical attention or the presence of a Blue Lantern. Atrocitus had his heart ripped from his body and was able to return to the fight within seconds since his ring serves as his heart.
- Mirages: The Ring can create mirages/illusions.
- Recharging: The rings need to be recharged by means of a Power Battery. Other large sources of power may be used to recharge a power ring, however effectiveness may vary. The internal power source of a Manhunter Android is, in effect, the same as a power battery, and can be used to recharge a power ring. During the JLA / Avengers crossover, a Cosmic Cube was used to recharge a depleted ring, although this is not an ideal solution and is available if there are no other options.
- Ring Duplication: Each ring can duplicate itself, creating a second ring which may be given to another as a backup, for protection, or to help the lantern in times of great need. This duplicate ring is exactly like a normal ring.
- Temperature Control: The Ring can increase or decrease the temperature of anything, even something as large as stars, or even create bubbles of intense heat or cold, even down to Absolute Zero.
- Electro-magnetic scanning: The ring can allow(through the use of x rays) the user to see through walls, without the people on the other side knowing. it can also scan along the Electromagnetic spectrum.
- Wormhole/Warps: The ring can open wormholes to cut down on distance.
Depiction in the series
In the film Intergalactic Games, she appears as a member of Korugar Academy's team for the titular event at Super Hero High School. She gets hit by a slice of pie thrown by Lashina at Katana during the banquet, provoking a food fight. She participates with Blackfire against Supergirl and Starfire during the partner biathalon event, winning the event when their competition forfeit the event to save people from a burning building. In the final event, she participates in the heroball event but when it gets preempted by Lena Luthor attacking the stadium with her Kryptomite army, she and the other Korugar students, excluding Blackfire retreat per Korugar headmaster Sinestro's orders rather than help battle Lena.
In Tamaranean Dance Club Part 1, Bleez arrives with other Korugar students at Super Hero High upon being invited to a Tamaranean dance at the school. In Tamaranean Dance Club Part 2, she uses her ring to capture many of the Super Hero High Students in a bubble construct, before they are ejected out of the building by Lobo as "dance" is a Tamaranean word for "domination battle". She battles Wonder Woman, and tells her to feel her rage. She is later hit by Supergirl, and the Korugar students are defeated when her other classmates are also taken down at the same time and captured by Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth.
In The Wobble, Bleez attacks Super Hero High during an artistic gymnastics practice to exact revenge on the judges for "robbing" her of a perfect score during an earlier meet and getting so angry, she got banned for life. She pins the judges and Coach Wildcat to the wall with her ring, saying if she doesn't win, no one wins. Bumblebee then confronts her, but she swats her away with a flyswatter construct. She then battles Supergirl, and knocks into a wall with a baseball bat construct. She then battles Wonder Woman on the beam of a ceiling rafter. Wonder Woman then unbalances her, causing her to fall off and get captured by her Lasso of Truth. Under the Lasso's power, she admits that she is not angry at the judges but at herself for making a mistake. When Supergirl tells her that she sees a mistake as a chance to learn something new and to have a positive attitude, she impatiently asks to be taken away to Belle Reve Penitentiary, as Wonder Woman and Bumblebee agree that a long and cheery pep talk from Supergirl is a worse punishment.