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The front of the Hall of Justice.

The Hall of Justice was the publicly known headquarters of the Justice League located in Washington, D.C.. However, the Hall was actually a tourist front with the League's real headquarters orbiting in outer space. The Hall was destroyed in an explosion caused by L-Ron on April 1, 2016.

After years of bureaucratic delay, a new Hall of Justice is to be built on Justice Island, opposite United Nations headquarters in New York City in Spring of 2021.[1]


Early history

When the Justice League originally formed, they set up their headquarters inside Mount Justice. Unfortunately, the Joker located their base and attacked.[2] As a result, the League was forced to relocate.[3] In order to create a better public image, the League built the Hall of Justice in Washington, D.C., which would act as faux headquarters and public front. In truth, the League designed the orbiting Watchtower as their real base which could be accessed through Zeta-Tubes.[4]

The building was partially open to the public, and Catherine Cobert toured groups, showing them the trophy room and the main hall.[5]


Washington, D.C.
July 4, 14:00 EDT

The young heroes arrive at the Hall.

Aqualad, Robin, Speedy and Kid Flash were brought to the Hall of Justice by Aquaman, Batman, Green Arrow and Flash as the first step of their induction into the Justice League. They were given a tour of the facility, concluding in the library. There the League intended to leave their sidekicks while they discussed a series of possibly related crimes that all had occurred in one day. However, before they could leave, Speedy exploded with anger over the limited access that he and the others had been given. Speedy revealed to the shock of Robin, Aqualad and Kid Flash the truth about the Hall of Justice being a public front, having already been informed about the Watchtower by Green Arrow.

As a result, Speedy quit as Green Arrow's sidekick. After his departure, the League was alerted to two disasters occurring simultaneously. One was a fire at Project Cadmus while the other was a mystical villain known as Wotan. The League rushed off to deal with the Wotan threat, and ordered their sidekicks to remain behind. However, Robin proceeded to hack the Hall of Justice's computer system and he along with Kid Flash and Aqualad went to investigate the Cadmus fire.[4]

Washington, D.C.
December 30, pre-09:16 EST

Shortly before Red Arrow was to be officially inducted into the Justice League, the Team took a group photo in the Hall of Justice's library.[6]

Washington, D.C.
December 30, 09:16 EST

The League holds a press conference in front of the Hall.

The League held a press conference in front of the Hall concerning the induction of Atom, Doctor Fate, Icon, Plastic Man and Red Arrow into the League. The Team watched the broadcast from the lounge.[7]


Washington, D.C.
January 3, 17:06 EST

Cat Grant tried to get a statement from Zatanna and Rocket as they entered the Hall of Justice, but they declined comment. Catherine Cobert assured her the League would issue a statement on an alien attack on the UN shortly.[8]

Washington, D.C.
January 6, 12:05 EST

After Gamma Squad captured a Krolotean, the League brought him to the Hall for interrogation. Martian Manhunter tried his best, but could not read the creature's mind. Miss Martian could, though the alien was rendered comatose as a result.[5]

Washington, D.C.
February 13, post-21:51 EST

The reanimated Appellaxian husks escape from their displays in the museum.

Bruno Mannheim and Whisper A'Daire used an Apokoliptan device to revive the four Appellaxian husks in the Hall's trophy room.[9]

Washington, D.C.
March 24, 03:12 EDT

After the destruction of Mount Justice, Nightwing was recuperating in the lounge. Wally arrived and immediately berated him for taking such great risks.[10]

Washington, D.C.
April 1, 21:15 EDT

The Hall of Justice in ruins.

Captain Marvel, Zatanna and Bumblebee joined Superboy, Miss Martian and Mal Duncan at the Hall, as the latter three were gathering their belongings they salvaged from Mount Justice. L-Ron, the majordomo of Despero, arrived and generated a force field around the hall, so his master could fight the heroes. The fight lasted several hours, during which army troops lead by Wade Eiling surrounded the building.

Eventually, the heroes inside defeated Despero. This did not sit well with L-Ron, who accused them of cheating, and decided to activate a bomb in his casing. The explosion brought down the entire hall. Meanwhile, the ambassador arrived and opened the barrier with a special device.[11]


Washington, D.C.
November 06, 15:01 EST

Catherine Cobert and Troia held a press conference at the former site of the Hall. Troia noted that after two years the committee to redevelop the site remained deadlocked, and questioned whether such a process should be allowed to govern the life-or-death missions of the Justice League.[12]


On or shortly after September 9, a dedication ceremony was held by Black Lightning and United Nations Secretary-General Troia for the building of a new Hall of Justice to begin the following Spring on Justice Island, opposite United Nations headquarters in New York City.[1]

Notable features

The library.

  • Galley[4]
  • Gym[4]
  • Library: Holds a vast collection of books, as well as a large computer terminal that can access the League's private system.[4]

Bronze statues of the original seven Leaguers.

The Museum of Justice.

  • Observation deck: Visitors are allowed to look into the Hall's library and observe members of the Justice League during their down time.[4] The window could be turned opaque if the League attended private matters.[14]
  • Zeta-Tube: Hidden through a private security door in the Library, a portal stands ready to teleport the League members to their various bases.[4]


Background information

  • The Hall of Justice was originally created and introduced in the Super-Friends animated series.
  • The Hall of Justice did not appear in the main continuity of DC Comics until 2007 following the events of the Infinite Crisis and One Year Later. The Hall was designed by Green Lantern (John Stewart) and Wonder Woman and financed by Bruce Wayne. Like in the Young Justice cartoon, the Hall serves a public front for the League, while their true base is the Watchtower orbiting satellite.
  • The trophy room showcases many artifacts from the comics. Apart from Amazo and the Appellaxians, these are:
  • Costumes of Guardian, Firebrand, Wildcat, Green Lantern (Alan Scott), Red Torpedo, Flash (Jay Garrick) and Sandman.
  • Amos Fortune's Wheel of Misfortune from Justice League of America #6.
  • The Star Diamond from Justice League of America #4.
  • Kanjar Ro's Slave Ship of Space from Justice League of America #3.
  • The Green Bell of Uthool, the Silver Wheel of Nyorlath and the Red Jar of Calythos from Justice League of America #10.
  • The Key's Key Gun from Justice League of America #41.
  • Libra's scale staff from Justice League of America #111.
  • The Gamma Gong from Justice League of America #3.
  • Doctor Light's light-projector from Justice League of America #12.


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