Who is the Most Powerful Princess?

People love princesses. Hans Christen Anderson knew it. Walt Disney knew it. They're the best. We at Mad Bracket Status wanted to get to the bottom of what makes princesses so special and we have created a new bracket to determine The Most Powerful Princess.




We hand picked 32 princesses from all over pop culture and divided them into four Divisions. Division 1 is the Disney Division containing princesses created or popularized by the Disney Corporation. Division 2 is the Cartoon Division that includes both original cartoon princesses and comic book princesses who starred in cartoon shows. Division 3 is the Japan Division which is comprised of princesses from the wonderful land of Japan. Divison 4 is the Other Division. We really can't help you explain this one. We needed somewhere to put Xena. Here are the first round match ups.


Disney
1 Princess Star Butterfly (Star vs the Forces of Evil) vs 8 Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
4 Merida (Brave) vs 5 Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
3 Rapunzel (Tangled) vs 6 Anna (Frozen)
2 Vanellope (Wreck It Ralph) vs 7 Jasmine (Aladdin)

Cartoon
1 Wonder Woman (Justice League) vs 8 Princess Morbucks (Powerpuff Girls)
4 Flame Princess (Adventure Time) vs 5 Starfire (Teen Titans)
3 Azula (Avatar: The Last Air Bender) vs 6 Storm (X-Men)
2 Celestia (My Little Pony) vs 7 Bonnibel Bubblegum (Adventure Time)

Japan
1 Sailor Moon (Sailor Moon) vs 8 Princess Kenny (South Park)
4 Lucina (Fire Emblem) vs 5 Nefertari Vivi (One Piece)
3 Peach (Super Mario) vs 6 Hinata (Naruto)
2 Zelda (The Legend of Zelda) vs 7 Elise (Sonic The Hedgehog)

Other
1 Galadriel (The Lord of the Rings) vs 8 Myrcella Baratheon (Game of Thrones)
4 San (Princess Mononoke) vs 5 Leia Skywalker (Star Wars)
3 Fiona (Shrek) vs 6 Xena (Xena: Warrior Princess)
2 Kitana (Mortal Kombat) vs 7 Buttercup (The Princess Bride)


You can vote on the first round here. Check out the bracket here. Keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter for updates on the bracket. Listen to our most recent podcast featuring our analysis of the bracket at the bottom of this page. You can subscribe to us on iTunesSoundcloud, and Stitcher. Now get out there and vote!


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