For the member of the Dark Force Bombers, see Aqua Bomber
Stop, violence never got anyone anywhere...

Aqua Bomber, Super Bomberman R

Aqua Bomberman (officially known as Aqua Bomber, and sometimes unofficially called Light Blue, Cyan or Teal) is a recurring character in the Bomberman series. She mainly appears as an alternate skin to allow for more players in multiplayer mode.

Notable appearances

Aqua Bomber's first appearance was as a background element in Bomberman '93, which was followed by a playable appearance in Hi-Ten Bomberman and then an alternate color in Super Bomberman 2.

Aqua Bomber falls into the black hole along with her friends in Super Bomberman 4. She is captured by Jet Bomber and can be freed by the player by blowing up her Cage. She can then assist the player by planting bombs on the map.

After an appearance in Bomberman DS, Aqua reappeared in the trio of seventh-generation Bomberman titles Live, Blast, and Ultra. In Super Bomberman R, Aqua Bomber is finally given an official name and is identified as female alongside Pink Bomber. She is normally worried about causing violence and pain to others, but she comically snaps and uppercuts both Red Bomberman and Magnet Bomber for continuing to fight on Planet Technopolis, to which Black Bomber remarks that she's scarier than anyone is scarier when she's angry.


In Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden, Aqua Bomber makes a minor appearance as Light Blue Bomber.


In Bomberman Land Touch! 2, Aqua Bomber makes a minor appearance as Acrobat Aqua.


  • Aqua Bomber in Super Bomberman R has an almost complete parallel to Red Bomber in the B-Daman series. Both are pacifists that hate fighting, but starts fighting people that annoy them. Both wear a ribbon on their heads, and both of them are said to love sewing. Aqua's characteristics might be a possible nod to her.


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