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J'onn J'onzz is the Martian Manhunter, one of the last survivors of the planet Mars who came to Earth in of justice and peace. Millions of years ago, Mars was a living world, populated by a race of humanoids divided by skin color. However, one day the populace received a psychic warning, which the government perceived as a threat and recruited several of its people, including a young J.
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- After hearing this, M'gann stops the fight and says Roulette she will not kill him, so the ringmaster released Draaga to terminate them both but they are joined in the fight by Supergirl, who managed to defeat the enemy.
- He established a safe house for them and pledged to do everything in his power to keep them safe from government scrutiny.
The Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz) is a fictional character and superhero in American comic books published by DC Comics.Created by writer Joseph Samachson and designed by artist Joe Certa, the character first appeared in the story "The Manhunter from Mars" in Detective Comics #225 (Nov. 1955). Martian Manhunter is one of the seven original members of the Justice League of America and one of ...
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J’onn J’onnz aka Martian Manhunter is a member of the Justice League and is a recurring character in Young Justice Abridged. 1 Personality 2 Physical appearance 3 History 3.1 2006 3.2 2008 3.3 2010 3.4 2011 4 Resources 4.1 Powers 5 Appearances 6 Quotes 7 Trivia To be added... J'onn generally prefers to take the form of a tall, green-skinned humanoid. His head is completely bald, and his ...
The Martian Manhunter (J'onn J'onzz) is a fictional character and superhero in American comic books published by DC ottavianelli.eud by writer Joseph Samachson and designed by artist Joe Certa, the character first appeared in the story "The Manhunter from Mars" in Detective Comics # (Nov. ). Martian Manhunter is one of the seven original of the Justice League of America and one of.
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He can breathe fire of such intensity that it harms Scorch, who had previously been thought immune to damage from fire. Fernus' tremendous strength also allows him to dominate the Justice League in combat even without his Martian telepathic powers. The Justice League eventually defeats Fernus by re-enlisting Plastic Man , who is immune to Fernus' psychic powers and has superior shape-changing abilities. It is implied that Batman recruited Plastic Man to the Justice League as a balance in case the Martian Manhunter ever got out of control.
After destroying Fernus, J'onn grieves for Scorch, who had fallen into a coma, and with whom he had fallen in love. J'onn later tells Superman that his aversion to fire has changed: he is now invulnerable to flames unless they are "flames of passion" or of some other "psychic significance. Main article: Infinite Crisis.
J'onzz resurfaces during Infinite Crisis , unconscious and connected to Alexander Luthor, Jr. Wonder Girl , Superboy and Nightwing free J'onzz and the others from Alexander's tower.
Oracle asks J'onzz to telepathically coordinate the heroes' response to the Society's global jailbreak. He joins the assembled heroes in the defense of Metropolis from the combined might of the world's super-villains and in the battle against Superboy-Prime. In the following months, J'onn masqueraded as U.
Secretary of State Kakalios in an attempt to bring down Checkmate. He was successful in eliminating it as a U. However, it soon reorganized under the United Nations. The union was bittersweet, however, as a brainwashed assassin ended Roh'kar's life with a weapon designed to target Martians. He established a safe house for them and pledged to do everything in his power to keep them safe from government scrutiny.
When Checkmate decided to capture a number of super-villains and exile them on a "prison planet" in an event known as Salvation Run , J'onn volunteered to disguise himself as Blockbuster and infiltrate the planet to keep an eye on things, making periodic reports to Batman.
Catwoman finds out his true identity and, to save her own skin, outs him to the other villains, who torture him. When the villains escape the planet, teleporting back to Earth, they leave J'onn in his cage to die. Final Crisis 1. He is "rescued" by Libra and the new Secret Society of Super-Villains who open a Boom Tube between the planet and Earth. In his final moments J'onn broadcast a telepathic message to fellow heroes Batman , Superman , Green Lantern , Hal Jordan , Gypsy and Black Canary , prompting them to say his name and, hours after his death had been discovered, simultaneously record part of his life story in their sleep.
His remains were interred in a pyramid removed from Egypt and placed back in its original location on Mars in a ceremony attended by many heroes. He was eulogized by Superman. During the events of the Blackest Night, the dead rose across the universe and J'onn was one of them. After his resurrection and admission to the Black Lantern Corps , he went to confront Barry Allen and Hal Jordan, who were talking over Batman's grave being robbed.
He approaches them saying that they should be dead and begins to fight the two, and is soon joined by Black Lanterns Elongated Man, Sue Dibny, Firestorm, Hawkman and Hawkgirl.
This fails to stop him, and the heroes are cornered until Indigo-1 and another Indigo Lantern arrive to drive them off. When Superman asks if J'onn is truly alive, J'onn responds, "It appears so. J'onn was seen last tucking her into bed in a retirement home, in the form of her father. J'onn presumes the forest he is to burn down is in Star City but is questioned by Green Arrow. The Entity reveals to him that the newly-formed forest he is to burn down is on Mars.
After J'onn lashed out the Star City's forest, he starts to return home. When J'onn enters his home, he is confronted by a female green Martian named D'Kay D'Razz , who is the one responsible for M'gann's attack. D'kay explains her origins and wants to be his mate.
J'onn refuses, learning she is a psychopath when D'kay angrily lashes out to attack and enters his mind. J'onn tries to resist influence from D'kay's mind, but her control over his mind tempts him with visions of a fantasy world where all the Martians and J'onn's family are resurrected by the Entity.
While reunited with his lost family, J'onn discovers that they are false and realizes that they are a ruse and the death corpse is carved of Martian symbols of love and hate from D'kay's influence. J'onn arrives vengeful and wrings D'kay's neck in disgust. J'onn defeats D'kay by forcing her into the sun but is saved from the same fate by the White Lantern Entity, who informs him that his mission has been accomplished, and returns his life to him.
J'onn chose Earth and returned only to be absorbed into the Earth by the Entity and Deadman as "part of the plan. When the "Dark Avatar," made his presence known, Martian Manhunter is revealed to be one of the four Elementals, the others being Aquaman , Firestorm , Hawkman and Hawkgirl. He becomes the element of Earth to protect the Star City forest from the "Dark Avatar," which appears to be the Black Lantern version of Swamp Thing.
Hank using his powers to disable one of the Kryptonians' shields to weaken him after he found out Hank wasn't human. Kara suddenly arrives and is ready to battle Non. Non killed a mind reading alien who found Hank impervious to his abilities. They then trade Astra for Hank and Astra upheld their truce. At CatCo, Hank used his shapeshifting ability to impersonate Supergirl so that Cat can see her and Kara at the same time.
Cat accepted that she must have been wrong, and offers Kara her job back on the condition that she not reveal Cat's embarrassing mistake. Hank offered Kara a full-time job at the D. J'onn took Kara for a flying lesson to improve her aerial skills. Afterwards Alex convinced J'onn to use his powers to infiltrate Lord Technologies. Alex went on a date with Maxwell, giving J'onn time to sneak in and get the information.
J'onn posing as Maxwell sneaks in and finds the mystery woman. When J'onn trips over the alarm a guard shows up but J'onn erases his memory and tells the woman he'll be back. When Maxwell returns, he discovers the guard has no memory of anything, including his own family. Senator Miranda Crane had a rally about an anti-alien propaganda.
Hank and the D. A fast-moving white alien appears and attacked Alex and Hank raced to stop him but suddenly Hank's vision of what happened on Mars starts to come back and Alex saves him before he is run over. Alex also questioned Hank about why he froze, and he explained to both Alex and Kara that he knows the attacker: it's a White Martian, part of a subterranean race that wiped out dozens of his people on Mars, including his entire family. Hank wants to handle the attacker personally, but fears that if he reveals himself to the world, General Lane will try to take over the D.
However, Kara tells J'onn she will help him. When she suddenly mentions that she was attacked by a White Martian, Hank becomes suspicious. Kara tells Alex that the White Martian is at the D. Alex arrives with a gun pointed at "Miranda" just as Hank goes for his weapon, but the White Martian is too quick for them. She goes on a rampage through the building. J'onn suddenly starts having visions of White Martians taking a race of Green Martians who are children.
Just as Miranda is about to attack, Kara shows up to challenge her only to have the White Martian escape. Alex told J'onn that she felt bad for encouraging him for using his powers and shouldn't be at fault, but J'onn told Alex about how the White Martians killed his family before he escaped.
He then noticed a tissue that came from "Miranda" and over Alex's concerns tracks "Miranda" down by hovering above the city using mind control, leading him to her lair located in a sewer. Posing as Hank, he bring Alex and the D. J'onn then uses telepathy to negotiate with the White Martian while telling Kara to rescue Alex so he can kill her, which Kara objects to. The two arrive in the desert ready to come face to face with Miranda and pleads with her to let Alex go.
J'onn is ready to surrender to the White Martian but Kara stops the alien and J'onn transforms into his Martian form and a battle ensues between all three. J'onn decided to take it further as he places Kryptonite cuffs on Kara so he can kill the White Martian, but Kara talks him out of it and he gives in.
After they place the White Martian in the DEO cell, the alien vows there are millions like her ready to kill J'onn and won't rest until he's dead, but Kara tells her she's ready for them. Hank said they are going to put her under, and Kara comforted her saying she went to sleep. Kara is attacked by the Black Mercy putting her into a coma.
Hank was annoyed that Alex also brought James and Winn to the D. They are unable to remove the plant and interrogate Maxwell Lord, but he knew nothing of its origin. They tried to rip off the plant with a titanium claw, but this sent Kara into violent convulsions.
Alex was forced to stop the extraction when Kara briefly flat-lined. They realized they cannot remove it by force without killing her. Cat Grant threatened to fire Kara if she did not return to the office. Alex convinced J'onn to masquerade as Kara, but he had great difficulty fulfilling her difficulties. Astra informed Alex about the plant and wished to help Hank and Alex argue over whether to use virtual reality tech to free Kara.
In the secret room at CatCo, J'onn brushed off inquiries of him shapeshifting into Kara, and was resistant to Alex's plan to enter Kara's mind due to its dangers.
James and Winn were both concerned of what would happen to Kara after they pulled her out of her perfect fantasy. J'onn began to understand why Kara values them and allowed Alex to take them to D. At Cat's office, J'onn, once again in Kara's form, apologizes to Cat, and while he was unaware of Kara's fling with Adam, decided to roll with it. Cat didn't buy it one bit and acidly told "Kara" to take the day off. They sent Alex in to Kara's mind using VR technology and she was able to convince to leave the fantasy.
Now free the D. Alex killed Astra in battle using a Kryptonite sword. However Hank claimed that he stabbed Astra as he saw no other way. J'onn said that she never stopped hoping for Astra's redemption, and that's the difference between soldier and hero. Alex asked him why he lied about killing Astra, and he said it's because she's Kara's hero and he didn't want that to change.
After the death of Astra, Kara told J'onn they have two weeks. Alex told J'onn she couldn't lie to Kara about Astra's death any longer, but the latter insisted Alex was what Kara needed. Hank briefed D. When they found him, he's been chained up and begged them to help him. When Hank said he thought she needed some time off, she bluntly retorted that she would request it if she needed it.
During the investigation they learn the kidnapper is Fort Rozz; Master Jailer. He had taken it upon himself to execute the escapees. Supergirl is taken prisoner during a battle, but is rescued by the D. After Hank admitted to killing Astra, Kara refused to work with him. Alex and Hank spar and debate over whether Kara should know the truth, and Hank briefly reverted into his Martian form before changing back in an intense moment.
He insisted that D. When Kara was attacked by Indigo at her apartment Hank and Alex arrived and drove her off. Hank gave Kara the kill code to destroy a missile, shutting it off and allowing to plummet harmlessly into the ocean. Kara also returned to the D. Alex came clean to Kara and admitted to killing Astra because she wanted to protect Hank, Kara forgave them both and reached out to hold Hank's hand. Miranda Crane came to the D. Unbeknownst to Hank Kara is exposed to Red Kryptonite on a mission altering her personality.
He sent her on a mission to capture a K'hund who was robbing banks. However Kara let him escape, and when Hank discovered the truth they confronted her. She berated Hank for hiding his identity. They investigated her past missions and learned from Maxwell Lord about the Red Kryptonite.
They now have a cure and Hank and a team went to stop Kara. However she was unstoppable and Hank was forced to take his true Martian form and engaged Kara, overpowering her and allowing Alex to fire the antidote. Hank is taken into custody. Hank told Senator Crane that he is J'onn J'onzz.
Crane felt betrayed and walked out. Alex wondered why J'onn didn't run, but J'onn said he would do anything to keep Alex and Kara safe. Alex brings an imprisoned J'onn some Chocos. Colonel Jim Harper was brought in to deal with J'onn infiltration of the D. Jim along with Lucy Lane were there to clean up the agency. The two take J'onn still in the form of Hank Henshaw to an interrogation room that is so alien proof that Supergirl could not listen in.
During the interrogation J'onn told the two about what happened ten years earlier in Peru , when he befriended Jeremiah Danvers. However, Jim, who was close friends with Hank, doesn't believe him and is placed in custody was plans to take him to Project Cadmus. After a moment of clarity, Lucy agreed to help Kara. Later that night, as the vehicle is en route, they are surrounded by motorcycles that throw the truck off course. Alex and J'onn, posing as mother and son so they can elude authorities, arrive at Eliza's home, where after a moment to calm her down as J'onn transformed to prove he wasn't Hank , reveal the truth about Jeremiah being alive.
Eliza then informs the two about National City under quarantine and turns on the television. After a conversation over what happened and looking at pictures of Jeremiah and his daughters, J'onn gains the trust of Eliza and promises to keep an eye on Kara and Alex.
Alex then gets a call from Kara, who asks about Project Cadmus, but Alex wants to return to National City to help. Kara, on the other hand, hangs up on Alex, warning her not to come or she'll be under Myriad. J'onn, however, agrees with Kara, and since he is not affected by Myriad, tells Alex to stay behind while he goes back to National City because her father still needs her, but later on and without explaining this to Eliza, both Alex and J'onn return to National City.
Indigo managed to come back and attack J'onn and grabbing Alex. Indigo then orders a weakened J'onn to stand down or she'll kill Alex, and he does that, only to collapse, as Indigo is convinced that J'onn, being the last surviving Green Martian, has died. J'onn survived and managed to heal in time to fly to Fort Rozz with Supergirl to stop Indigo and Non from overusing Myriad to kill all humans.
While Supergirl and Non faced off, J'onn took on Indigo once again, but this time, he came out victorious and used his super strength to rip Indigo in half, an attack the robotic alien could not recover from. After Supergirl got rid of Fort Rozz and saved the world, J'onn, as Hank, celebrated along with Kara's other friends and family in her apartment.
The celebration was cut short by the arrival of a third Kryptonian pod, which Supergirl and J'onn, back in his true form, went to check out. J'onn stood by as Kara looked inside the pod, shocked at learning about the inhabitant. When Superman flew to National City, Kara took him to the D. Clark and J'onn have a strained relationship since the latter choose to keep Kryptonite at the D. Despite the martian trying to talk with Superman on the advice of Alex, he claims that they have nothing to say to each other, as he feels he can't trust him since, although he knew J'onn would not allow the Kryptonite in his possession to be used to kill him or Kara, Clark also knew that an order may come from above.
Superman and J'onn went together to the Fortress of Solitude to find information about the metal that compose the cyborg's body so that Winn can make an Anti-Kryptonite Devices of said metal for Clark and Kara. After that, while Supergirl and Alex fought with Corben in National City, Superman and the Martian Manhunter dealt with a second Metallo in Metropolis and together were able to overcome him.
In the evening of the same day, at the D. Clark said goodbye to everyone and flew back to Metropolis, taking the Kryptonite with him. After a while, Detective Maggie Sawyer showed Alex a bar frequented by aliens. J'onn got there in his Green Martian's guise and went to the bartender to ask for a drink, the woman was startled by his appearance and quickly left telling him her shift ended; J'onn however confronted her outside the bar where she took the form of a Green Martian claiming that her name is M'gann M'orzz , the last daughter of Mars.
Later J'onn came again to the bar and asked M'gann how she managed to escape from Mars during the holocaust. She said that she was taken to a concentration camp along with other Green Martians, and one day a good willed female White Martian disobeyed the order to kill the prisoners, and then helped her escape.
Thereafter J'onn proposed her to establish a mental link to share consciousness, but M'gann refused. He later told Kara and Alex about his meeting with M'gann and that he offered her a mental connection saying that, in his opinion, it was a mistake. Later that day, Kara and Alex told J'onn they have seen M'gann in an underground fight club hosted by Roulette , in which the aliens are forced to fight to the death for the money. J'onn went to confront her about it but she claim it was her own business, to which J'onn replied that they should preserve what they have lost, and M'gann says that she wants to forget about everything.
Before J'onn left, M'gann reveals him Roulette's real name and asked not to come to her. The next day J'onn came to Al's Dive Bar to apologize M'gann, but they are kidnapped by Roulette's guards and forced to fight to the death for the title of "last Green Martian". Despite M'gann's attacks, J'onn refuses to defend himself and told her that she should not become a murderer just because she feels guilty for having survived all their people. After hearing this, M'gann stops the fight and says Roulette she will not kill him, so the ringmaster released Draaga to terminate them both but they are joined in the fight by Supergirl, who managed to defeat the enemy.
Later J'onn comes to M'gann's home again and said that it was right they leave the past behind and that if she does not want to establish a connection, he will not insist. Before leaving he also adds that he'll always be there if she needs help.
Later, however, the D. Jones the one who killed all the scientists because he became infected by an alien parasite so J'onn and Supergirl confront the creature, who defeat them simultaneously sucking the life forces of them both.
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J'onn J'onzz - also known as John Jones or the Martian Manhunter - is a superhero from DC Comics. His origins have differed between various incarnations, but he is usually depicted as being the last - or one of the few remaining - of his species.With Mars rendered inhospitable, J'onn attempts to make a new life for himself on Earth, using his natural shape-shifting abilities to assume human form.
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