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Bio-Ship
Bio-Ship
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First appearance "Welcome to Happy Harbor"
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Miss Martian's Bio-Ship is an organic Martian ship, and the Team's primary form of transportation. B'arzz O'oomm also has his own Bio-Ship.[1]

Physical appearance

While she's "at rest", as Miss Martian says, she resembles a giant red and black egg. When she "wakes it", she becomes a large aerodynamic ship.[2]

Powers and abilities

The Bio-Ship is capable of going into space,[3] withstand the friction of a rapid descent,[4] and endure the shockwave of a nuclear explosion.[5] It can also function as a submarine.[6]

She can turn near-invisible in camouflage mode. She also has some shape-shifting ability, allowing her to move from her at-rest form to flight mode, to create or remove seats as required,[2] to open hatches in her outer hull,[7] and to generate a clamp capable of holding a large aircraft.[8] She is also theoretically capable of assimilating alien technology.[9]

Though it originally did not have any offensive capabilities,[9] a later modification included a ray gun in the nose.[10]

The Bio-Ship is not invulnerable to damage, and afterwards it may need a short period of recovery.[7]

Miss Martian can pilot the Bio-Ship telepathically, even when not aboard.[2] The vessel can also be configured for manual flight, allowing other Team members to pilot her. After their first few months together Robin was the most proficient manual pilot, followed by Artemis.[11] Aqualad was also competent to pilot her,[12] and by 2016 Superboy,[13] the third Robin[14] and Lagoon Boy[15] were all able pilots.

History

2010

Bio-Ship stealth

The Bio-Ship goes into camouflage mode.

 
Mount Justice
July 18, 11:16 EDT

Miss Martian introduced the Team to her personal Bio-Ship during the tour of Mount Justice she and Superboy were giving. They toured Happy Harbor with it, and when they were attacked by Mister Twister, she used it as a shield.[2]

 
Caribbean Sea
July 22, 20:08 ECT

The Team used the ship to fly to Santa Prisca in stealth mode.[16]

 
Philadelphia
August 8, post-21:57 EDT

Miss Martian modified the ship so that Robin and Superboy could fly it to Philadelphia and stop the League of Shadows from using the Fog on STAR Labs and Wayne Tech facilities.[17]

 
Gotham City
August 27, 05:38 EDT

The Team used the cloaked Bio-Ship to act as a regrouping point in their search for Clayface.[18]

 
Qurac
September 5, 02:32 EEST

The Bio-Ship was used by the Team to sneak into Bialya and was later used a medical evac for the seriously dehydrated Aqualad.[19]

 
Shayeris
September 6, 01:31 UTC-2

Miss Martian brought herself, Superboy and Aqualad to Shayeris in the Atlantic Ocean.[6]

 
Poseidonis
September 6, 08:06 UTC-2

It was parked outside the royal palace while Aqualad showed his friends the capital.[6]

 
Belle Reve Parish
September 16, 21:55 CDT

Aqualad and Red Tornado used the Ship in Stealth mode to discreetly stand by near Belle Reve Penitentiary in case Miss Martian and Superboy needed help.[12]

 
Northern India
September 23, 21:36 IST

The Team plus Captain Marvel used the Ship to fly to Northern India to follow reports of bizarre animal attacks.[20]

 
Bayou Bartholomew
October 1, 18:52 CDT

The Team used the Ship to fly to Bayou Bartholomew in stealth mode. It was brought down by Count Vertigo and had a hole punched into it by Black Adam, though it survived the ordeal.[7]

 
Mount Justice
October 10, 16:58 EDT

The Team used the ship to fly to Belle Reve to talk to Professor Ivo and later flew it to Yellow Stone National Park to confront Red Tornado.[21]

 
Mount Justice
October 16, 16:01 EDT

During the Team's disastrous telepathic training exercise they flew to Superman's Fortress of Solitude to take out an alien ship. Miss Martian upgraded the weapons systems with alien technology, but the ship was lost during the destruction of Washington, D.C..[9]

 
Mount Justice
November 5, 19:14 EDT

Miss Martian and Superboy used the ship to pick up groceries and supplies for Batman and dropped them off at the Cave when Klarion's spell went into effect.[22]

 
Ice Fortress-3
November 11, post-16:05 EST

Miss Martian, Artemis and Zatanna used the ship to get to the third of five flying ice fortresses. The aircraft's new weapon managed to take out multiple cannons on the fortress.[10]

 
Qurac
November 22, 23:56 UTC+2

The Team used the Ship to fly to Qurac to investigate the odd behavior of President Rumaan Harjavti. They had to enter from a high altitude and dive straight down to avoid detection.[4]

 
Qurac
December 1, 10:28 UTC+2

Miss Martian and Superboy had used the ship to travel to Qurac to visit the Logans. The planned to use it for a trip to Dhabar later; in the mean time, it hovered, cloaked, over the sanctuary grounds.[15]

 
Qurac
December 1, 10:31 UTC+2

M'gann and Conner left the sanctuary in the Bio-Ship.[23]

 
Mount Justice
December 5, post-17:04 EST

Artemis, Aqualad, Kid Flash and Red Arrow used the Bio-Ship on their mission to track Sportsmaster in Orleans Parish.[11]

 
Santa Prisca
December 30, 17:57 ECT

Miss Martian used the Bio-Ship to travel to Santa Prisca at Queen Bee's bidding.[24]

 
Washington, D.C.
December 31, post-07:16 EST

Aqualad, Miss Martian, Artemis and Superboy took the Bio-Ship to the capital to search for Red Arrow. The rest of the Team had escaped the Cave from the mind controlled Justice League in the Super-Cycle, and they rendezvoused at the Bio-Ship in Washington.[3]

 
The Watchtower
December 31, 23:16 EST

The Bio-Ship brought the Team to the League's satellite. After Red Tornado shut down the security system, the ship was docked at the bottom, and a hole was cut in the wall so they got in.[3]

2015

 
Olympia
February 17, 07:15 EET

Artemis and Alpha Squad used the Bio-Ship to travel to the dig-site in Greece where Helena Sandsmark disappeared from.[25]

 
Santa Prisca
February 17, 14:36 ECT

Under Aqualad's command, Alpha Squad used the Bio-Ship to land in the Santa Priscan jungle.[26]

 
Bialya
February 18, 09:16 UTC+2

In order to stop Tiamat, Aqualad and Alpha Squad disembarked from the Bio-Ship close to Marduk's Temple.[27]

 
Metropolis
December 1, 09:48 EST

Lagoon Boy piloted the Bio-Ship as it hovered near Noor Harjavti's democracy rally. He was not content with being back-up for the covert security the Team provided for the event.[15]

 
Metropolis
December 1, 10:30 EST

After Superboy, Superman and Devastation disappeared from the rally, Nightwing sent Lagoon Boy and Miss Martian in the Bio-Ship to investigate Zeta-radiation coming from the Moon.[23]

 
Bio-Ship
December 1, 11:02 EST

Gamma Squad steadily made its way to the Moon, passing the Watchtower.[23]

 
The Moon
December 1, 17:13 UST

The Bio-Ship continued on towards the Moon. Miss Martian was concerned they wouldn't make it in time.[28]

 
The Moon
December 1, post-19:36 UST

The Bio-Ship picked up the missing heroes's signals on a ship moving away from the Moon. They pursued the ship, though M'gann noted the alien vessel had a head start and the Bio-Ship could not follow if it went to light speed.[28]

 
Bio-Ship
December 1, 21:55 UTC

Gamma Squad continued to pursue the vessel.[29]

 
Bio-Ship
December 1, 22:48 UTC

Before M'gann and La'gaan could share a kiss, the Bio-Ship alerted an object at close proximity of their ship.[29]

 
Kylstar's Vessel
December 1, 23:17 UTC

The Bio-Ship moored underneath Kylstar's Vessel. As there was no airlock, Lagoon Boy remained at the helm.[30]

 
Kylstar's Vessel
December 1, 23:58 UTC

Having decided to release his prisoners, Kylstar had all those who wished to leave teleported home, including Lagoon Boy and the Bio-Ship.[31]

 
The Collector's Ship
December 1, 19:01 EST

Those taken from Earth were teleported inside the Collector of Worlds's ship, where other members of the League and the Team were battling the vessel's commander. After Nightwing ordered them to join the fight, La'gaan destroyed the Collector with the Bio-Ship's weapons.[31]

 
Metropolis
December 1, 19:03 EST

La'gaan landed the Bio-Ship and exited, as dozens more coludroids appeared. However, the Collector having detected that someone on the surface was about to shut down his probe, and surprised by the survival of a Kryptonian, agrees not to preserve Metropolis.[31]

2016

 
New Orleans
January 4, 21:59 CST

Gamma Squad, consisting of Robin, Blue Beetle and Lagoon Boy, used the Bio-Ship to travel to the Krolotean hotspot that they were assigned.[32]

 
South Pacific
January 6, 20:32 HAST

The Team and the League used the Bio-Ship to travel to Malina Island, with Nightwing at the helm. They dropped off Aquaman and Lagoon Boy first, and then Batman and his protégé's disembarked. Martian Manhunter and Miss Martian, who had been on the island undercover, escaped the Krolotean base and picked up the others. As a powerful bomb had been planted and primed on the island, they had to retreat quickly. The Bio-Ship couldn't outrun the blast, but could withstand its outer edges, though barely.[5]

 
Qurac
February 19, 19:06 UTC+2

Alpha Squad, consisting of Batgirl, Bumblebee, Miss Martian and Wonder Girl, flew over Qurac to Bialya, where they were to investigate an uptake in boom tube activity.[8]

 
Bialya
February 20 Post-00:12 UTC+2

Miss Martian summoned the Bio-Ship to save a falling plane that was heading off a ravine. The plane, with Batgirl and several kidnapped children aboard, had its wings clipped off, and was too heavy for Wonder Girl and Miss Martian. The Bio-Ship produced a large clamp from its hull, and carried the fuselage to safety.[8]

 
Cape Canaveral
March 19, 20:59 EDT

Miss Martian and Superboy used the Bio-Ship to patrol the skies to protect the launch of Ferris Aircraft's Earth-Mars communication satellite. After Lagoon Boy found their enemy under water, Miss Martian left and Superboy used the Bio-Ship to destroy several missiles Kaldur'ahm fired at the rocket.[13]

 
Star City
March 30, post-21:57 PDT

With the Bio-Ship in camouflage mode, Nightwing, Miss Martian and Wonder Girl followed the Manta-Flyer carrying Alpha squad from Star City docks to a Reach vessel in the Pacific Ocean. Miss Martian left to infiltrate the ship.

After Superboy secured the Reach ship's docking bay, the Bio-Ship docked with the alien vessel. Numerous captives on the Reach ship were evacuated to the Bio-Ship, but Black Beetle sealed the docking bay doors, trapping Nightwing in the Bio-Ship and keeping the rest of the Team out. Blue Beetle later arrived to open the doors, and everyone but him was able to get aboard before the Reach ship's hull was breached. Both the docking bay and the Bio-Ship began to flood, forcing Nightwing to seal the Bio-Ship's hatch. The Bio-Ship undocked and, dodging the Reach ship's weapons fire, deployed Lagoon Boy to rescue Blue Beetle, who had been blown into the ocean during his battle with Black Beetle. The Bio-Ship picked the pair up and sped away from the scene.[33]

 
Smallville
April 8, post-23:13 CDT

Both M'gann and Green Beetle's Bio-Ships hovered about the Kent farm in camouflage mode, as the Team debriefed Green Beetle in a barn.[1]

 
The Warworld
May 26, post-12:00 UTC

Camouflaged, the Bio-Ship deposited most of the Team aboard the Warworld. Afterwards, Batgirl and Robin used the Bio-Ship to provide cover fire for the League members attacking the Warworld's surface.[14]

 
The Warworld
May 26 post-12:35 UTC

As Mongul launched a saturation missile attack on Earth, the Bio-Ship and the Leaguers attempted to destroy as many missiles as possible. Batgirl reported to the Watchtower that the Bio-Ship estimated their efforts would take out 64% of the missiles.[14]

 
The Warworld
May 26, post-12:40 UTC

After the Team members infiltrating the Warworld succeeded in shutting it down, the Bio-Ship docked at the entry point, and the Team reunited.[14]

 
The Warworld
May 27, 06:04 UTC

Following the Team's abduction, the Bio-Ship remained docked to the Warworld.[34]

 
The Warworld
May 30, 03:36 UTC

Nightwing and Miss Martian used the Bio-Ship to search for the Team. The Warworld's size meant they could not effectively scan the entire ship from outside, so they decided to return to the docking bay.

There, they were reunited with Sphere and went on to successfully locate the already liberated Team, at which point they all retreated to the Bio-Ship.[35]

 
Blüdhaven
May 30, 06:21 EDT

The Team returned to their warehouse headquarters aboard the Bio-Ship.[36]

 
Atlantic Ocean
June 14, 00:45 UTC-3

Miss Martian used the Bio-Ship to bring a recovered Lagoon Boy back from Atlantis. She used the time alone to break up with him.[36]

 
Metropolis
June 20, 08:16 EDT

While forty heroes were briefed on the mission to disable twenty Reach Magnetic Field Disruptors threatening Earth, both Miss Martian and B'arzz O'oomm's Bio-Ships hovered overhead.[37]

 
North Magnetic Pole
June 20, post-13:48 UTC

Miss Martian's Bio-Ship carried M'gann, Aqualad, Nightwing, Artemis and Blue Beetle to the site of a belatedly detected MFD. They landed and disembarked to watch as Flash, Kid Flash and Impulse successfully shut it down, but were dismayed to find their victory was at the cost of Kid Flash's life.[37]

Appearances

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