The Moon

The Moon as seen from Earth.

The Moon is the natural satellite of the Earth.



The Moon
December 1, 15:31, UTC Time Zone

Kylstar set up a base on the Moon, and stored his collection of kidnapped warriors there, including Captain Atom, Captain Marvel, Draaga, Major Force, Superboy, Superman and Wonder Woman.[1]

The Moon
December 1, 15:52, UTC Time Zone

Captain Atom freed himself and several of the others.[1]

The Moon
December 1, 16:16, UTC Time Zone

As the free heroes deliberated, Kylstar received news his assets had come loose.[1]

The Moon
December 1, 17:13, UST Time Zone

The heroes came to a window and discovered, to their dismay, that they were being held captive on the Moon.[2]

The Moon
December 1, 19:36, UST Time Zone

The heroes had difficulty getting their bearings in the crystalline corridors. Captain Marvel came up with a plan to find the teleporters that brought them to the Moon, but the next moment the group was teleported inside a cell. They were addressed by Orb-One, providing translation for First Leader Kylstar, who told them they would remain where they were during their journey. Kylstar's ship then lifted off from the surface of the Moon and headed into space.[2]


    Background in other media

    • In the comics, the Justice League had their base on the moon until is was destroyed in Infinite Crisis.
    • For his previous series Gargoyles, Greg Weisman admitted the moon was always portrayed as full unless it was important to the plot.[3] This seems to be the case for Young Justice too, as to date, only "Schooled", "Insecurity" and "True Colors" showed non-full moons.


    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Weisman, Greg (w). Jones, Christopher (a). Atkinson, Zac (col). Sienty, Dezi (let). Gaydos, Sarah (ed). "Players, Chapter Two: Directly to Jail" Young Justice 21 (October 17, 2012), New York, NY: DC Comics
    2. 2.0 2.1 Weisman, Greg (w). Jones, Christopher (a). Atkinson, Zac (col). Abbott, Wes (let). Gaydos, Sarah (ed). "Players, Chapter Three: Landing on Boardwalk" Young Justice 22 (November 20, 2012), New York, NY: DC Comics
    3. Weisman, Greg (2003-06-06). Question #2862. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2012-10-18.
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