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Metron is a New God who invented the Motherboxes, Fatherboxes and the boom tube.

History Edit

2019 Edit

 
The Source Wall
January 02, 13:15 UTC

Using Dreamer's Motherbox, Superboy, Black Lightning, and Forager chased after him hoping that he would be able to cure Victor Stone, but Metron ignored them.

 
Minosyss Ring
January 02, 13:20 UTC

The group followed him to Minosyss Ring where they ran into Superman fighting against many Parademons. After the Parademons flee, Superman remarks that they will get them next time, but Metron informs the group that the Parademons already got everything Desaad and Granny Goodness require for their device.

Metron returned with them to Earth with the intention of studying the Fatherbox's effect on victor but not to cure him. Black Lightning realized they only need his chair to cure Victor. Superboy flung Metron from his chair, and the latter retaliated with energy beams, but Black Lightning blasted him from behind and pinned him down long enough for Superboy to command the chair to save Victor via the Motherbox.

Afterwards, Metron dispassionately stated that Victor is now fused with Mobius chair and the chance to study him was wasted. When Black Lightning asked whether Granny Goodness and Gretchen Goode are the same, Metron cryptically replied "No, and yes."[2]

 
Hollywood
February 14, 18:03 PST
 
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Powers and abilities Edit

  • Invulnerability[2]
  • Enhanced Dexterity: Metron was easily able to regain his footing after being thrown from the Mobius Chair by Kon-El.[2]
  • Energy Projection: Can project debilitating blast rays from the imprint on his forehead.[2]

Equipment Edit

Appearances Edit

Background information Edit

  • Metron, despite being from New Genesis, is neutral in the conflict of the New Gods, only concerning himself with the pursuit of knowledge.
  • This is his second animated appearance. He first appeared in the DC Animated Universe; in a cameo in Superman: The Animated Series and in full in the finale of Justice League Unlimited.

References Edit

  1. Weisman, Greg (2012-01-12). Question #13979. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2012-01-15.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Weisman, Greg (writer) & Zwyer, Mel (director) (July 30, 2019). "Quiet Conversations". Young Justice. Season 3. Episode 20. DC Universe.
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