And PPGD continues!
It's obviously all in the legs for Blossom, with her hands burnt -- unless she wants to use some elbow strikes and see if her Powerpuff powers can get past Sam's defences. She still needs to disarm Sam of Jack's sword. Too bad Buttercup didn't get the chance.
First confirmation that Buttercup is stronger than Bell, and thus the Strongest Powerpuff There Is!! And just to add more fuel to the fire, she's keeping her sights set on Gir. I wonder what else he's got left to dish out from his Muffin Space.
The difference in power between Buttercup and Bell reminds me of Tony Stark's recent switch in technology as far as his armour goes: he used to have a highly-adaptive smart metal suit that resided entirely in his bones. Now he's back to the type of armour that comes in a suitcase. It's also completely modular, so the different parts come in their own flying armoury. Pepper asks Tony if this isn't a step back. Tony says that yes, the Bleeding Edge suit was highly adaptable, but it couldn't adapt very far into any one range, so it couldn't specialize. With the new armour, he can swap out parts depending on the job -- read as more or less armour, firepower, speed, and even specialized parts for a focused laser instead of his usual repulsor beam, or even a lightbending stealth suit.
How does all this relate to the current page? Think of Bell as the Bleeding Edge suit, a combination of what's best in battle about Blossom, Buttercup, and Bubbles. Bell has Blossom's tactical strength, Buttercup's raw ability, and Bubbles's... well, her cute-loving side, evidently. But there's a limit to how much of each Bell could have, so she's not as good at tactics as Blossom (as we saw with her Holmesvision), as strong as Buttercup, or as... bubbly as Bubbles. They're the specialists, so Bell's weakness is that they can switch out and specialize if all three are present. They can also combine attacks, and push their stats beyond their limits as individuals, were they to gather together.
Also, a great way to show all this on the page. Excellent work, guys.