|Introduced in|| "The Lich" (mentioned)|
"Finn the Human" (actual)
|Latest appearance||"Jake the Dog"|
|Voiced by||Kumail Nanjiani|
Prismo is an omnipotent pink two-dimensional being first mentioned in "The Lich," and a main character in the episodes "Finn the Human" and "Jake the Dog." He dwells in the Time Room which is found in the center of the multiverse. Booko describes him as "almighty."
Prismo can grant every being in the multiverse one wish. Once the wish is granted, the wisher is transported into his/her wish-altered reality.These wishes are powerful enough to change timelines, and create or destroy worlds. However, unless worded very specifically, his wishes usually have an unpredicted twist, since the wish often changes the timeline, or brings in an unwanted element.
Prismo can also create material items for himself and others without it counting as a wish, like food, and a hot tub, as seen in "Jake the Dog."
Prismo is seen with the Cosmic Owl, and the two appear to be friends. The Cosmic Owl comes to hang out with Prismo in the Time Room while Jake is there, and he implies that he has done this in the past.
Prismo grows close to Jake while Finn was suffering the consequences of his wish, and he helps Jake to resolve the universe by telling him what to wish for. Prismo later sends Jake a jar of pickles with a note, which said that he wanted to hang out with Jake more. Jake insists that he has to get Prismo a girlfriend.
- "The Lich"
- Prismo has his own pickle brand, "Prismo's Homemade Artisinal Pickles," as seen in "Jake the Dog."
- Prismo is profiled as a "wish master" in the T.V. guide description of "Finn the Human."
- Prismo says that he gets out of relationships because he does not want bother about discussing what to eat for dinner every night.
- Prismo was a lighter shade of pink in "Finn the Human" than in "Jake the Dog."
- Prismo can create anything he wants with colored magic cubes, such as a jacuzzi, pickles, a remote, and an egg (for Jake to eat).
- In "Jake the Dog," Prismo can stay on the hot tub floor and even talk normally, showing that he can either breathe underwater, or just does not have the need to breathe.
- Prismo twice refers to the classic horror story, "The Monkey's Paw ," when attempting to explain the unintended perversion of the wish's outcome on reality.
- Prismo is very similar to a genie because he can grant wishes and is immortal, but he can only grant one wish.