Young Justice Wiki
Advertisement

Saturn Girl is a member of a mysterious group that has been keeping close watch on Superboy, Miss Martian and Beast Boy. The group's mission is as of yet unknown and their efforts have been tempered with by a mysterious saboteur.

Personality

Physical appearance

Saturn Girl is a tall and slender young girl with blue eyes and long blond hair, which she keeps in a top ponytail. She wears a formfitting jumpsuit, covering her entire body from neck to toes. The suit is mostly red, except for the white area that runs from her hands to her shoulders and then tappers down to a point above her waist, covering most of her torso. On the chest there is a yellow ring crossed diagonally with another, symbolizing planet Saturn. On her right hand she dons a golden ring with an L-insignia.

History

2020

 
Happy Harbor
February 25, post-07:38 EST

From afar, Saturn Girl observed Miss Martian, Superboy, Beast Boy and Martian Manhunter taking off to Mars.[2]

 
Ma'aleca'andra
March 23, post-05:26 UTC

Outside the Science Center, Phantom Girl, Chameleon Boy and Saturn Girl discussed what their enemy intended by destroying the Zeta-Tube and the M'arzz-Earth Communications Satellite. Chameleon Boy surmised that he wanted to prevent the Justice League from intervening and Saturn Girl instructed them to stay ready.[3]

 
Sacred River
March 23, post-15:51 UTC

Concealed by her psychic screen, Saturn Girl, Phantom Girl and Chameleon Boy kept close watch on Miss Martian and Superboy. An ensuing cave-in, caused by their enemy, forced the trio to take cover and retreat. After reconvening, Saturn Girl concluded that he intended to expose them, and thereafter they had to keep their distance from Miss Martian and Superboy, lest the former would recognize her psychic-signature.[3]

 
G'all'ee Crater
March 24, post-14:47 UTC

When Beast Boy had a psychotic episode, Saturn Girl entered his mind realm, posing as Miss Martian and repaired his psychic damage. She then urged him to seek out help to deal with his lingering trauma from Geo-Force's betrayal.

Later, when Phantom Girl questioned whether it was wise to meddle with past events, Saturn Girl said she could not stand back and watch Beast Boy suffer.[4]

 
Mars's Royal Palace
March 25, post-17:23 UTC

Camouflaged by her telepathy, Saturn Girl, Phantom Girl and Chameleon Boy spied on Superboy. When she sensed Miss Martian approaching, Saturn Girl and her teammates took off, fearing Miss Martian would recognize her mind-touch.

Later that day, the trio kept close watch on the Royal Arena as Prince J'emm J'axx gave a speech to the audience. When Phantom Girl's Time Scanner alerted them to the presence of their enemy, they rushed to intercept him. However, Saturn Girl lost the trail on everyone, because Miss Martian was blocking her telepathy.[5]

Powers and abilities

  • Telepathy: Saturn Girl can put up mental barriers that allowed her and her teammates to be undetected by the Martians, even an exceedingly adept telepath such as Miss Martian.[3] She was also able to mentally repair Beast Boy's psychic bruising with ease.[4]
  • Flight

Appearances

Background information

  • Saturn Girl is a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes. She is a powerful telepath from Saturn's moon Titan.
  • This is her third animated appearance. She has appeared in the DC Animated Universe (as a guest appearance in Superman: The Animated Series and a cameo Justice League Unlimited) and was a major member of the team in the animated series Legion of Super-Heroes, where she was also voiced by Kari Wahlgren.

References

  1. Weisman, Greg (2021-11-08). Question #25250. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2021-11-08.
  2. Weisman, Greg (writer) & Berkeley, Christopher (director) (October 16, 2021). "Inhospitable". Young Justice. Season 4. Episode 01. HBO Max.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Blanchette, Andrew (writer) & Heuck, Vinton (director) (October 16, 2021). "Needful". Young Justice. Season 4. Episode 02. HBO Max.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Vietti, Brandon (writer) & Sotta, Christina (director) (October 21, 2021). "Volatile". Young Justice. Season 4. Episode 03. HBO Max.
  5. Paredes, Francisco (writer) & Berkeley, Christopher (director) (October 28, 2021). "Involuntary". Young Justice. Season 4. Episode 04. HBO Max.
Advertisement