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The Team
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Location Watchtower
Hall of Justice (formerly)
Mount Justice (formerly)
Leader

Aqualad
(July 22, 2010-February 18, 2015,
June 19, 2016-incumbent)

Nightwing
(July 5, 2010-July 22, 2010, February 18, 2015-June 19, 2016)

Goal
Notable members
First appearance "Fireworks"

The Team[nb 1] is a teenage superhero team assigned to undertake covert operations on behalf of the Justice League.

The Team was based in Mount Justice, the original headquarters of the Justice League.[1] Following the mountain's destruction,[2] the Team briefly operated out of the Hall of Justice, before that too was destroyed. They then used a modified warehouse in Blüdhaven[3] and STAR Labs Taos[4] until the end of the Reach invasion, after which they operated from the Watchtower.[5]

Aqualad, who had taken charge during the Cadmus incident, acted as the leader of the Team,[6] though other members of the Team have acted as leader in situations where not all members are available for a mission.[7] As time passed, the ranks grew as more members of the Justice League introduced their young protégés or other young heroes to the Team.[8] Four years later, Nightwing became the new leader of the Team.[9] Aqualad resumed leadership of the Team after his mission to infiltrate the Light ended.[10]

History

Early history

Prior to the formation of the Team, Robin was the first junior protégé to begin his crime fighting career, starting in 2006, at the age of nine.[11] A year later, Green Arrow introduced Speedy as his partner.[12]

Inspired by his Justice League colleagues, Aquaman offered both Garth and Kaldur'ahm a position to become his protégé after they saved him from Ocean-Master. Kaldur became Aqualad.[13] Flash was not fond of the idea of the responsibility of a sidekick, but his nephew Wally differed. He recreated the experiment that gave his uncle his super speed power. Partly out of guilt, Flash let him become his protégé, naming him Kid Flash.[13]

Before the Cadmus incident, the four sidekicks knew each other; and Robin entrusted Kid Flash with his secret identity.[14] However, the four of them had never been together all at the same time.[15][16]

Last to take a protégé was Martian Manhunter. Miss Martian claimed she had won the right to become her uncle's sidekick after winning a competition on Mars,[11] though in reality, she stowed away aboard his ship after one of his trips to his home planet.[17]

2010

 
Washington, D.C.
July 4, 14:00 EDT
The Big Leagues

Mentors and sidekicks assemble at the Hall of Justice.

The four sidekicks were brought to the Hall of Justice as a graduation. However, it was nothing but a "glorified backstage pass", as Speedy called it. Fed up with being lied to, Speedy left. As the League members moved to the Watchtower, the others investigated a minor case: a fire at Project Cadmus. This led to the discovery of Project Kr and Superboy.[15] Cadmus's chief scientist, Mark Desmond, became Blockbuster in the hopes of destroying the intruders, but was defeated.[1]

 
Washington, D.C.
July 5, 00:39:16 EDT

The Justice League arrived at the scene of the destroyed Cadmus facility, and Batman was not happy. He did not, however, expect the young heroes to rebel against the League. They insisted they did good work, and wanted to work together more.[1] Batman asked for three days to plan things.[18]

 
Mount Justice
July 8, 08:04 EDT
The Team initial five

The first five members of the Team, from left to right, Superboy, Miss Martian, Aqualad, Kid Flash, and Robin.

Batman gathered the four in the old Justice League hideout inside Mount Justice. They would become a team, on Justice League's terms, handling covert ops missions. They were introduced to the fifth member of the Team, Miss Martian.[1]

 
Star City
July 17, 23:16 PDT

Kid Flash was eager to let Speedy join, but he declined, claiming their "junior Justice League" was a joke. He was not interested in fighting on the Justice League's terms, and claimed he was tired of them telling him what to do.[19]

 
Gotham City
August 7, 22:42 EDT

After several missions, Batman and Green Arrow noticed Artemis had been following the Team in the fight against Amazo, and offered her membership.[20]

 
Mount Justice
August 8, 19:55 EDT

Artemis was introduced to the Team the next day, and got off to a rocky start with Kid Flash, who still wanted Speedy on the Team.[8]

 
Taipei
September 7, 19:20 NST

During a solo mission, Red Arrow and Aqualad learned from Sportsmaster that there was a mole on the Team feeding information to their enemies. Both would investigate. Aqualad offered his friend membership, but he declined; he did change his opinion about the Team.[21]

 
Mount Justice
October 31, 19:34 EDT

Red Arrow, Aqualad and Robin discussed the mole issue with Batman. Aqualad was by now convinced Sportsmaster had only tried to sow dissent, and there was no mole.[17]

 
Mount Justice
November 7, 09:16 EST

Zatanna moved into the Cave with the Team, after her father was taken as a permanent host by Nabu.[22]

 
Mount Justice
December 5, 17:04 EST

Red Arrow had been elected into the Justice League, and to set the right example, Green Arrow told him to join the Team before being inducted. This did not sit well with Artemis; Red Arrow, in the meantime, considered it a good opportunity to investigate who was the mole.[23] He eventually concluded there was none, and Sportsmaster deceived them.[24]

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

Icon's induction in the Justice League meant Rocket was added to the Team. Initially, she required a lot of information, though she quickly found her place.[25]

 
Santa Prisca
December 30, post 17:57 ECT

The Light tried to coerce three members—Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis—into joining them. They had already shared their secrets with the rest of the Team, and successfully ambushed their opponents.[25]

 
The Watchtower
December 31, post-23:16 EST

After they discovered the Justice League was mind-controlled by Vandal Savage, and learned Red Arrow was the mole all these months, the Team managed to neutralize the League and drive out Savage and Klarion.[26]

2011-2015

The Team underwent drastic change. Some left; some joined. Zatanna and Rocket graduated into the Justice League. Aqualad apparently defected from the Team,[27] but was in fact acting as a double agent to infiltrate the Light.[9] Nightwing assumed the role of leader, and declined membership of the League. Superboy and Miss Martian also decided to stay with the Team.[28] Kid Flash left the Team to attend college with Artemis.[29]

They started training a number of young heroes; thirteen members joined in four years time. This new format required organization, and the Team would be split up into smaller groups—Alpha Squad, Beta Squad, Gamma Squad, Delta Squad, and occasionally others—like Zeta—which would be supervised from the Cave by Mal Duncan.[28]

2015

 
El Paso
December 1, 08:19 MST

Nightwing and Wonder Girl approached Jaime Reyes about joining the Team.[30]

 
Metropolis
December 1, 22:03 EST

After assisting in preventing the Collector of Worlds from taking Metropolis, Blue Beetle told Wonder Girl he would join the Team, though his scarab strenuously disagreed.[31]

2016

 
Mount Justice
March 19, 11:42 EDT

Nightwing unsuccessfully attempted to allay Mal Duncan's suspicions that the Team would have to take care of Impulse and the original Roy Harper. Artemis temporarily rejoined the Team.[9]

 
Cape Canaveral
March 19, Post-20:59 EDT

A failed mission to defend a satellite launch ended with Lagoon Boy captured and Artemis apparently killed by Aqualad.[9]

 
Mount Justice
March 20, 03:58 EDT

Members of the Team, past and present, gathered to mourn Artemis's apparent death.[9]

 
Mount Justice
pre-March 21, 17:33 EDT

Impulse joined the Team.[32]

 
Mount Justice
March 23, post-21:05 EDT

Artemis had joined Kaldur'ahm under cover as Tigress. They captured Blue Beetle, Impulse and Beast Boy, before destroying Mount Justice with an alien bomb.[2]

 
Pacific Ocean
March 30, post-21:57 PDT

The Team succeeded in rescuing the four captive members, as well as a number of abducted teens, from a Reach ship. In the process, Miss Martian psychically attacked Kaldur's mind in revenge for Artemis' "murder", discovering too late that it was all a ruse.[33]

 
Blüdhaven
April 1, 21:15 EDT

While the Team operated out of the Hall of Justice's basement, Nightwing arranged a warehouse to provide temporary accommodation for those who lived at the Cave full-time.[3]

 
Washington, D.C.
April 1, post-21:24 EDT

When the Hall of Justice was sealed off by Despero, Mal donned Jim Harper's old Guardian costume to help fight the alien warrior.[3] He would keep the identity and officially join the Team.[34] Though Despero and his major domo L-Ron were defeated, the Hall of Justice was destroyed.[3]

 
Blüdhaven
pre-April 8, 09:02 EDT

The warehouse became the Team's base of operations. Arsenal joined the Team.[34]

 
Chicago
April 9, 06:20 CDT

Miss Martian was captured by Tigress and Deathstroke so that she could help Kaldur. In the fight, Lagoon Boy's leg was broken, taking him off-duty.[4]

 
Taos
April 9, post-05:20 MDT

Green Beetle and Blue Beetle claimed that Green had permanently silenced Blue's scarab.[4] In fact, Green had put it back on-mode, making Blue the Reach's slave.[35]

 
The Warworld
May 26, post-12:40 UTC

Blue Beetle attacked the rest of the Team, leading to the capture of Superboy, Robin, Batgirl, Guardian, Bumblebee, Beast Boy, Impulse, Wonder Girl and Wolf. Arsenal was able to escape, thanks to recklessly venting the atmosphere. Sphere was blown into space.[36]

 
Atlantic Ocean
May 27, 01:00 EDT

On the Manta-Sub, Kaldur had fully recovered under M'gann's care, but he played possum, and he, M'gann and Artemis began to plot M'gann's escape.[37]

 
Atlantic Ocean
May 27, post-02:06 EDT

With the unexpected interference of Sportsmaster and Cheshire, Miss Martian was able to escape without blowing Kaldur and Artemis's cover.[37]

 
The Warworld
May 30, post-03:36 UTC

While searching for the Team, Nightwing and Miss Martian were reunited with Sphere. Arsenal and four superpowered, former Reach captives rescued the captive Team members. Once the two parties met and retreated, Nightwing offered the runaways membership of the Team. They ultimately rejected the offer after Nightwing expelled Arsenal from the Team for endangering lives.[38]

 
Atlantic Ocean
June 14, 00:45 UTC-3

Having returned home to recover from his injury, Lagoon Boy was picked up by Miss Martian.[39]

 
Bialya
June 14, post-05:19 UTC+2

Zatanna freed Blue and Green Beetle from Reach control.[39]

 
Santa Prisca
June 19, 00:00 ECT

Kid Flash temporarily rejoined the Team for the mission at the Light-Reach summit, which would bring Artemis and Kaldur home.[10]

 
The Watchtower
June 19, 05:24 EDT

Nightwing officially returned command of the Team to Aqualad.[10]

 
Metropolis
June 20, 08:16 EDT

The Team joined the Justice League and other heroes to disable the Reach Magnetic Field Disruptors threatening Earth.[5]

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

Kid Flash was killed while disabling the last MFD.[5]

 
The Watchtower
July 4, 21:16 EDT

Artemis had decided to return to the Team as Tigress. Impulse became the new Kid Flash. Virgil Hawkins joined the Team as Static. Nightwing told Aqualad he would be taking a leave of absence from the Team; Batgirl would step up in his place. Batman informed the Team they would now operate from the Watchtower, side-by-side with the League.[5]

Members

At its foundation, the Team had five members.[1] Over the course of their first half year, Artemis,[8] Zatanna,[22] Rocket[26] and Red Arrow[23] joined.

As of January 2016, there have been at least twenty-two members, past and present.[28] Some of them have died or left the Team, either to join the Justice League or for other reasons.[27][29]

Mal Duncan, who was not active as a superhero, acted primarily as an ops manager and com coordinator during field missions but later became Guardian.[28]

Original team

Founding members

The Team 2010 lineup

The Team lineup during December 2010.

Added to original team

Current team

Official members

The Team is in

Some of the new members of the Team: Impulse, Beast Boy, Blue Beetle, Bumblebee, Guardian, Arsenal and Wonder Girl.

Former members

Allies

Supervisors

  • Batman: Batman is the supervisor of the Team and is responsible for briefing and deploying them on covert missions.[1]
  • Red Tornado: Red Tornado volunteered to stay at Mount Justice to watch over the Team as sort of "den-mother", or rather den robot. He has maintained that he will not interfere in the middle of a Team mission for support. After an attack on the Cave by his "siblings", Red Torpedo and Red Inferno, Red Tornado temporarily left the Team to pursue his creator, but returned after they found him, claiming he has grown fond of the Team.[43]
  • Black Canary: Black Canary works as the Team's hand-to-hand combat instructor and trainer.[1][41] She also acted as a third replacement "den-mother" for a week.[43] On one occasion she even took the role of counselor, after a disastrous psychic training exercise took place in which all six teenaged members of the Team were killed in action.[53]
  • Captain Marvel: First replacement "den-mother".[54]
  • Zatara: Second replacement "den-mother".[55]
  • Captain Atom: Captain Atom acted as the Team's instructor on espionage, stealth and covert ops.[56]

Designation numbers

Main article: Designation

Each member of the Team, as well as Red Arrow, has a membership number, which is read out when they use the Zeta-tubes to enter the Cave located in Mount Justice. The first three designation numbers indicate the order in which the individual became active as a hero/protege. B04 and B05 indicate the order of introduction to the other founders. Speedy, later Red Arrow, was given the designation of B06 to indicate his open invitation, which he eventually, though briefly, accepted. B07 and onward indicate the order in which they joined the Team.

The following designation numbers of the Team are known:

Notes

  1. Although known to fans as "Young Justice" (based on the name of the series and by comparison to the comic book team after whom the series is named) this term has never been used within the series itself. This team is referred to purely as "The Team". Greg Weisman has confirmed that the group's official name is "The Team", since it is not a public team and doesn't require a "fancy name" (source). The blurb from the DVD releases however refer to the Team as Young Justice.

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