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The Timeline of the Young Justice series (which takes place in Earth-16 of the DC Multiverse) is a chronological representation of the show's continuity. Producer Greg Weisman keeps a timeline document that the show's writers and producers use while creating the series. On December 3, 2010, this document was 139 pages long.[1] On January 28, 2011, the document was 149 pages long.[2] and on November 18, 2011, it was 185 pages.[3] On April 26, 2012, it had reached 191 pages.[4] As of May 16, 2013, it was 250 pages long.[5]

Time travel is possible, but alternate timelines are not; there is only one timeline. Changing an event from the past will create a ripple effect that causes everything from that point on to change in order to accommodate the revision.[6]

Officially, the series does not have a canon year, but for season one, the producers used 2010 as the basis for days of the week and calculating time relative to events in the past. Thus the year 2010 is used for season one in this timeline. In "Schooled", a plaque read 2011, however, this is an error.[3]

Beginning with issue #20, the companion comic started adding Team Years to their timestamps. Team Years correspond to calendar years (January–December). Season one (2010) is set as Team Year Zero.[7]

Note on years of birth: In most cases, years of birth are calculated based on the character's age at a given point in time. Due to the lack of full birthdates for most characters, calculated years of birth should be read with an error of plus or minus one.

Distant past

14th century-15th century

19th century

20th century

00s

10s

20s

30s

40s

50s

60s

70s

80s

90s

21st century

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

August

2010: Team Year Zero

February

  • February 28: Matthew Hagen, Talia's new boyfriend, reveals that he only dated her because he needs access to the Lazarus Pit. Out of spite, Talia locks the pit with Matthew in it.[144]

March

May

June

July

  • July 4, 12:00 EDT: Batman and Robin defeat Mister Freeze, who was attacking park goers in Gotham City.[146]
  • July 4, 9:01 PDT: Green Arrow and Speedy defeat Icicle Jr. on Capstone Bridge in Star City.[146]
  • July 4, 6:02 HST: Aquaman and Aqualad defeat Killer Frost aboard a naval battleship in Pearl Harbor.[146]
  • July 4, 11:03 CDT: The Flash and Kid Flash defeat Captain Cold, who was stealing diamonds in Central City.[146]
  • July 4, 14:00 EDT: Batman, Green Arrow, Aquaman, and the Flash bring their partners Robin, Speedy, Aqualad, and Kid Flash to the Hall of Justice in Washington, D.C. and are welcomed by Martian Manhunter and Red Tornado. Speedy is angered by events in the Hall of Justice and quits. The Justice League departs to battle Wotan before he can blot out the Sun with the Amulet of Aten. Aqualad, Kid Flash, and Robin go on an unsanctioned mission to Project Cadmus. They release[146] and recruit Superboy to their side,[152][153] download several files,[146] and destroy a two-story building.[152]
  • July 5, 00:39:16 EDT: Aqualad, Kid Flash, Robin, and Superboy declare they are forming a team. Batman states he will make his formal decision on the matter in three days.[152][153]
  • July 5, 05:17:16 CDT: Kid Flash brings Superboy to stay at the West home in Central City.[153]
  • July 5, 12:41:16 UTC-03: Aqualad and Aquaman patrol the Atlantic Ocean.[153]
  • July 5, 22:58:16 CDT: Wally West and Superboy go to sleep.[153]
  • July 6, 08:12:16 CDT: Wally West wakes up to find Superboy sleeping in his closet standing up.[153]
  • July 6, 10:05:16 CDT: Wally West and Superboy begin watching television.[153]
  • July 6, 13:25:16 CDT: Wally West and Superboy are still watching television.[153]
  • July 6, 16:45:16 CDT: Mary West declares Wally West and Superboy are going to do something outside the next morning. Wally West receives a charge card from Batman.[153]
  • July 7, 10:09:16 CDT: Tommy and Tuppence Terror enter the Gemini Gems Jewelry & Watches store in the Central City Mall. Wally West and Superboy enter Forever Sixteen Suburban Outfitters.[153]
  • July 7, 11:11:16 EDT: At Wayne Manor, in Gotham City, Dick Grayson's patience wears thin. Alfred Pennyworth reassures him Batman will make his decision on time.[153]
  • July 7, 10:13:16 CDT: Tommy and Tuppence Terror steal a $2000 necklace and cause a disturbance, prompting Wally West and Superboy to act.[153]
  • July 8, 08:04 EDT: Aqualad, Kid Flash, Miss Martian, Robin, and Superboy are brought to Mount Justice, their Team's headquarters.[152]
  • July 8, 08:05:16 EDT: Batman declares the new team will be made of five,[153] and introduces the boys to Miss Martian.[152]
  • July 8, 08:09:15 EDT: After Miss Martian is introduced to the rest of the Team, she and Superboy explore the Cave. Afterwards, Superboy is left alone in the Cave and encounters illusions of Snapper Carr and the Joker.[154]
  • July 8, 11:28 EDT: Superboy continues experiencing illusions of the Justice League fighting the Joker in the Cave.[155]
  • July 8, 13:11 EDT: The G-Gnome responsible for showing Superboy the history of Mount Justice is returned to Cadmus.[155]
  • July 8, 22:14 ECT: The League of Shadows meeting.[156] The timezone was misprinted as EDT in the issue.[28]
  • July 9, 13:28 CDT: Aqualad, Kid Flash, and Robin meet at Cafe Sugar to discuss a recent string of assassinations of CEOs that Robin believes is connected to the League of Shadows.[156]
  • July 9, 19:54 CDT: Robin, Kid Flash, and Aqualad stake out the office of CEO Selena Gonzalez whom they believe is next on the League of Shadows list.[156]
  • July 9, 22:12 CDT: Robin, Kid Flash, and Aqualad are held captive by Black Spider and Hook until they break free.[157]
  • July 10, 22:12 EDT: Robin, Kid Flash, and Aqualad are at Mount Justice when a news report tells of the CEO's disappearance.[157]
  • July 17, 23:16 PDT: Speedy disrupts another one of Brick's operations. Robin, Aqualad, and Kid Flash appear to assist and recruit Speedy. Brick is defeated and Speedy declines the offer.[158]
  • July 18, 11:16 EDT: T.O. Morrow and Brom Stikk dispatch Mr. Twister to Happy Harbor to locate and reprogram Red Tornado. It encounters Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, and Miss Martian instead and is destroyed. The remains are confiscated.[158]
  • July 20, 21:32 EDT: Kid Flash and Miss Martian decide to go camping. She then invites the rest of the Team. Aqualad and Kid Flash later recount their origins. Superboy reveals that he always thinks about "destroying Superman".[140]
  • July 20, 23:09 EDT: Later on while still camping, Robin remembers his origin story, while Miss Martian recounts hers.[139]
  • July 22, 20:08 ECT: The Team conducts their first mission on Santa Prisca and uncovers another conspiracy, involving Kobra, Sportsmaster, and a new neo-steroid made from Venom and the Blockbuster formula. The Team appoints Aqualad as their new leader.[150]
  • July 23, 10:01 EDT: The Team's first mission debriefing with Batman is held in the Cave. Around the same time, Sportsmaster reports to the Light.[158]
  • July 25 (approx): Dr. Serling Roquette is abducted by the League of Shadows.[159]
  • July 25, 13:21 MDT: The Team is sent to Salt Flats, Colorado to stop Psycho-Pirate from stealing a canister of plutonium. Atomic Skull arrives and battles the Team. The Team captures Psycho-Pirate and retrieves the canister, but Atomic Skull escapes.[160]
  • July 27, 21:57 CDT: Kent Nelson walks to Madame Xanadu's parlor in New Orleans for a reading.[13]
  • July 31, 17:29 EDT: After Artemis's mother is released from prison, Artemis picks her up at a bus stop in Gotham City.[135]
  • July 31, 20:11 EDT: Artemis and her mother sit down for dinner.[135]
  • July 31, 22:46 EDT: Artemis begins being a costumed vigilante.[135]

August

  • August 1, 21:52 EDT: Artemis fights crime in Gotham.[135]
  • August 2, 23:04 EDT: Artemis continues to fight crime in Gotham.[135]
  • August 3, 07:38 EDT: Superman and Superboy respond to a bridge incident in Metropolis.[161]
  • August 3, 13:06 EDT: Superboy, Black Canary, and Martian Manhunter arrive at the Cave.[161]
  • August 3, 20:08 EDT: The Team is deployed to Litchfield County to safeguard two S.T.A.R. Labs vans.[161]
  • August 3, 21:18 EDT: Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent meet at Bibbo's in Metropolis for a talk.[161]
  • August 3, 21:21 EDT: Superboy meets Professor Ivo and Amazo aboard a train near Gotham City.[161]
  • August 3, 21:24 EDT: Artemis sees Superboy collide with Gotham Academy and goes to investigate.[135]
  • August 3, 21:49 EDT: Artemis is attacked by MONQIs.[162]
  • August 4, 01:06 EDT: The Team is debriefed on the Amazo mission at the Cave.[161]
  • August 7, 22:42 EDT: Batman and Green Arrow invite Artemis to join the Team.[162]
  • August 7, 23:49 ECT: Red Arrow infiltrates Infinity Island and extracts Dr. Serling Roquette.[159]
  • August 8, 09:58 EDT: Robin, Superboy, Aqualad, and Miss Martian relax on the beach near Mount Justice.[159]
  • August 8, 09:00 CDT: In Central City, Wally West starts his first day as a sophomore in high school.[159]
  • August 8, 19:55 EDT: The Team awaits Kid Flash's arrival to the Cave.[162]
  • August 8, 21:38 EDT: Miami Beach University is destroyed by the League of Shadows' Utility Fog.[159]
  • August 8, 21:53 EDT: The Team guards Dr. Roquette at Happy Harbor High School.[159]
  • August 8, 21:57 EDT: Robin and Superboy arrive at the remains of S.T.A.R. Labs in Philadelphia.[159]
  • August 9, 01:16 EDT: Artemis teleports to Gotham City and is confronted by Red Arrow.[159]
  • August 13, 15:28 EDT: Captain Atom gives the Team a class on espionage. As they're bored, he decides to send them on a criminal investigation instead. They're to investigate the court-martial of Nathaniel Adams.[29]
  • August 13, 23:03 EDT: Miss Martian, in disguise, questions Wade Eiling about the case.[29]
  • August 13, 20:12 PDT: Superboy and Kid Flash question Henry Yarrow, Adams' defense counsel.[29]
  • August 13, 23:57 EDT: Robin and Miss Martian find Shirley Mason, a key witness, murdered in her home.[29]
  • August 13, 19:06 HST: Aqualad and Artemis question Randy and Peggy Eiling.[29]
  • August 14, 00:32 EDT: The Team gathers outside General Trang's mansion in Annapolis, and attack Trang and Rako.[29]
  • August 14, 00:38 EDT: Rako kills Trang and escapes.[100]
  • August 14, 01:45 EDT: The Team regroups in Bibbo's Diner in Metropolis.[100]
  • August 14, 00:18 PDT: Kid Flash, Robin and Superboy reach Henry Yarrow's house in Las Vegas. It explodes.[100]
  • August 14, 03:26 MDT: The Team makes it to St. George, where they confront and defeat Yarrow.[100]
  • August 14, 11:57 EDT: The Team reports back to Captain Atom at Mount Justice.
  • August 14, 09:16 HST: Aqualad and Artemis meet with Randy and Peggy Eiling to clear their father's name.[100]
  • August 15, 00:00 EDT: After escaping custody, Alec Rois visits Wade Eiling in the Pentagon.[100]
  • August 19, 19:39 EDT: Red Tornado reveals to the Team that Kent Nelson has been missing for three weeks and is concerned for the Helmet of Fate.[13]
  • August 19, 20:22 EDT: The Team arrives in Salem in search of the Tower of Fate.[13]
  • August 19, 20:48 EDT: Batman and Robin battle Ra's al Ghul at Cape Canaveral.[163]
  • August 20, 03:48 EDT: Wally West adds the Helmet of Fate to his collection of souvenirs in the Cave.[13]
  • August 21, 16:07 EDT: Members of the Team, the Justice League and the Justice Society of America attend the funeral of Kent Nelson. Red Tornado gives the eulogy.[163]
  • August 25, 23:16 ECT: Sensei and Talia al Ghul revive Ra's al Ghul in a Lazarus Pit. Shortly after, Matthew Hagen also rises from the pit.[105]
  • August 25, 23:20 ECT: Realizing that his daughter defied him, Ra's al Ghul decides to send the monster to Gotham City, as retaliation for his failed mission.[144]
  • August 26, 08:15 EDT: Clayface is delivered to the Wayne Foundation. He defeats Batman and Robin.[144]
  • August 26, 21:08 EDT: Batman calls in the Team.[144]
  • August 27, 04:49 EDT: After searching, the Team finds Clayface (or vice versa) in the sewers.[144]
  • August 27, 04:50 EDT: Aqualad, Miss Martian, Robin, Kid Flash and Superboy fight Clayface.[164]
  • August 27, 07:54 PDT: Artemis is under arrest in the Star City Police Department. There she encounters Icicle Jr., an old acquaintance of hers.[164]
  • August 27, 08:33 PDT: Artemis reports to Green Arrow what she was able to extract from Junior, regarding his intent to be judged as an adult and his desire to be sent to Belle Reve Penitentiary.[164]
  • August 27, 05:38 EDT: The Team is aboard the Bio-Ship, trying to track Clayface. They decide to split up to find him.[164]
  • August 27, 05:40 EDT: In the Batcave, Batman analyses a piece of clay residue left behind by Clayface.[164]
  • August 27, 05:59 EDT: Superboy ventures into a warehouse where he is ambushed and subdued by Clayface, posing as Miss Martian. Clayface calls for the rest of the Team, mimicking Superboy's voice.[164]
  • August 27, 06:07 EDT: Miss Martian arrives at the warehouse and is ambushed by Clayface, who is posing as Superboy.[164]
  • August 27, 06:10 EDT: Kid Flash is ambushed by Clayface, who is posing as Miss Martian.[164]
  • August 27, 06:13 EDT: Robin is attacked Clayface, taking the shape of two copies of Kid Flash.[164]
  • August 27, 06:16 EDT: Aqualad is ambushed by Clayface disguised as Robin.[164]
  • August 27, 06:17 EDT: Batman intervenes and takes out Clayface.[151]
  • August 27, 07:58 EDT: Batman has a conference with Aqualad in the Cave over his lack of focus.[151]
  • August 27, 13:00 UTC-2: Aqualad returns to Poseidonis and is welcomed by Aquaman.[151]
  • August 27, 20:04 EDT: Dick Grayson vents his frustration in a training room in Wayne Manor, while being monitored by Batman and Alfred Pennyworth in the Batcave.[151]
  • August 27, 20:05 CDT: Jay Garrick's birthday is celebrated at the West home. Rudy West, Mary West, Wally West, Barry Allen, Iris West-Allen, Jay Garrick, and Joan Garrick are present.[151]
  • August 27, 22:06 EDT: Artemis learns she was given a full Wayne Foundation scholarship to Gotham City Academy. She accepts, for her mother.[151]

September

October

November

December

  • December 1, 09:15 UTC+2: Megan and Conner visit the Logans in Qurac.[114]
  • December 1, 10:28 UTC+2: Conner gives Megan flowers (actually poison sumac).[114]
  • December 1, 10:31 UTC+2: After meeting with Clark Kent and Jimmy, Conner and Megan leave for Dhabar.[176]
  • December 1, 16:16 EST: In the Cave, Zatanna gave Robin a birthday kiss.[114]
  • December 1, 19:16 EST: Bette Kane and Artemis arrive at Wayne Manor for Dick Grayson's 14th birthday party.[177]
  • December 1, 19:23 EST: Dick takes Bette and Artemis into the party room.[177]
  • December 1, 20:00 EST: Barbara and Artemis beat Dick and Bette at a game of foosball.[178]
  • December 1, 21:16 EST: Barbara kisses Dick.[179]
  • December 1, 21:12 UTC+2: Clark and Jimmy meet up with Conner and Megan in Dhabar. An assassin lies up a shot at Rumaan Harjavti.[178]
  • December 1, 21:13 EST: Dick and his birthday party guests play Spin the Bottle.[179]
  • December 1, 21:16 UTC+2: The assassin fires a shot towards the stage.[180]
  • December 1, 21:18 UTC+2: Sumaan Harjavti takes the bullet meant for his brother Rumaan Harjavti; Superboy attacks the assassin viciously, and is stopped only by Superman.[179]
  • December 1, 21:21 UTC+2: Superman takes the assassin to get medical attention.[179]
  • December 4, 17:08 CST: Crusher Crock arrives at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.[181]
  • December 4, 20:04 PST: Black Spider attempts to assassinate Bernell Jones and is thwarted by Artemis and Green Arrow.[181]
  • December 4, 22:06 CST: Sportsmaster breaks Professor Ivo out of Belle Reve Penitentiary.[181]
  • December 4, 23:48 EST: Artemis and her mother talk over a cup of tea.[181]
  • December 5, 06:41 CST: Professor Ivo and Sportsmaster convene with Klarion, the Brain and Monsieur Mallah.[181]
  • December 5, 17:02 EST: Artemis tries to convince herself that she has earned her place in the Team.[181]
  • December 5, 17:04 EST: Artemis arrives at Mount Justice where she finds Green Arrow welcoming Red Arrow to the Team.[181]
  • December 5, 21:27 CST: Red Arrow shadows Lawrence Crock in Orleans Parish.[181]
  • December 5, 22:18 CST: Sportsmaster delivers a briefcase to Professor Ivo with one MONQI and other gadgets.[181]
  • December 6, 03:21 EST: Aqualad, Red Arrow and Artemis discuss their failed mission.[181]
  • December 6, 03:44 EST: Artemis arrives home, and has an unexpected visit from her father.[181]
  • December 22, 20:08 CET: The Team is working undercover in Haly's Circus.[182]
  • December 23, 01:04 EST: Wally is preparing a late night snack and calls Dick.[182]
  • December 24, 00:37 CET: The Team arrives at Geneva and picks up on the Parasite's trail.[182]
  • December 30, 09:16 EST: The Justice League has a press conference outside the Hall of Justice to introduce its newest members.[183]
  • December 30, 10:48 EST: The Team arrives in the Smokey Mountains in order to locate Cheshire and the case she's carrying. They are ambushed by operatives of the Light.[183]
  • December 30, 15:45 EST: The Team returns to Mount Justice, where they are congratulated by Batman for retrieving the case.[183]
  • December 30, 17:57 ECT: Superboy arrives on Santa Prisca to meet with Lex Luthor.[183]
  • December 30, 23:46 EST: At the Watchtower, Batman is examining the contents of the case that the Team retrieved.[183]
  • December 31, 00:16 EST: Red Arrow is pursued by a mind-controlled Aquaman, Flash, and Green Arrow on Washington D.C. subway tracks. He manages to elude them.[8]
  • December 31, 07:16 EST: At the Cave, Batman and Red Tornado reveal to the Team that Red Arrow was the mole, and a clone of the original Roy Harper.[8]
  • December 31, 23:16 EST: Black Canary, Red Tornado, and Red Arrow arrive at the Watchtower.[8]

2011: Team Year One

January

February

March

November

2012: Team Year Two

October

December

2013: Team Year Three

  • Early (approx.): After throwing a fight with Cheshire, Roy uses her as a means to infiltrate the League of Shadows.[191]

November

2014: Team Year Four

March

  • March 8, 00:00 ECT: On Infinity Island, Red Arrow starts seeing a different side to Jade. He is not sure whether Jade can see that side of herself and reform like her sister has.[194]

May

September

  • September 16, 21:45 EST: Lex Luthor meets with Nigma again at Gotham's Museum of Antiquities - in the Babylonian Wing. [195]

November

  • November 30, 22:22 ECT: After having hit every LexCorp facility in Europe they could find, Cheshire and Red Arrow came out with no answers.[196]
  • November 30, 22:30 ECT: Draaga shows up in Metropolis and challenges Superman to single combat. Following his defeat at the hands of Superman and Superboy, he retreats.[176][196]

2015: Team Year Five

January

  • January (approx.): Cheshire becomes pregnant.[198]
  • January 28, 20:00 CET: Red Arrow has another fight with Cheshire, who thinks the quest is futile.[199]

February

  • February 15, 20:00 MSK: Red Arrow got close to Lex Luthor and Riddler in Moscow, and discovered they were after a statue. Cheshire had left him by this point.[200]
  • February 16, 21:31 EST:
  • February 17, 07:15 EET:
  • February 17, 08:41 EET:
  • February 17, 17:59 OMSST:
  • February 17, 14:36 ECT:
  • February 17, 20:20 EST:
  • February 18, 09:16 UTC+2:
  • February 18, 09:59 EST:

July

September

November

December

  • December 1, 08:16 EST: Dick finishes a video call with Artemis and Wally when Bette wakes up.[114]
  • December 1, 08:55 EST: After receiving birthday wishes from Zatanna and Rocket, Nightwing briefs the Team.[114]
  • December 1, 09:48 EST: Beta Squad stakes out Noor Harjavti's press conference.[114]
  • December 1, 07:50 MST: Nightwing and Wonder Girl are en route to El Paso.[114]
  • December 1, 10:02 EST: Superboy and Miss Martian scout the rally grounds and find nothing amiss.[114]
  • December 1, 10:18 EST: Clark Kent meets up with the members of the Team at the rally.[114]
  • December 1, 08:19 MST: Nightwing and Wonder Girl meet Jaime Reyes and offer him friendship.[114]
  • December 1, 10:24 EST: Clark spots Devastation at the rally, and flies off to confront her. He, she and Conner disappear in a flash of light.[114]
  • December 1, 10:28 EST: Brainiac convenes with his ally about the next phase in their plan.[114]
  • December 1, 10:29 EST: Alpha Squad, Beta Squad, the Cave and the Watchtower hold a conference on what to do. Nightwing forms Gamma Squad, with Lagoon Boy and Miss Martian.[176]
  • December 1, 10:30 EST: Miss Martian and Lagoon Boy head off for the Moon.[176]
  • December 1, 15:31 UTC: Superboy wakes up in his prison on the Moon.[176]
  • December 1, 08:32 MST: Nightwing and Wonder Girl continue their attempt to convince Jaime to join.[176]
  • December 1, 10:35 EST: Batgirl reorganizes Beta Squad.[176]
  • December 1, 10:37 EST: A spaceship that appeared above Metropolis drops a device, encasing the city in a force field. It cuts off all communications.[176]
  • December 1, 10:38 EST: The force field destroys one of Metropolis's bridges.[176]
  • December 1, 08:42 MST: Jaime is still not convinced, but will accompany Alpha to Metropolis.[176]
  • December 1, 10:45 EST: Lex Luthor witnesses the force field.[176]
  • December 1, 10:46 EST: People in Suicide Slum, including Black Lightning and Jim Harper.[176]
  • December 1, 15:52 UTC: Captain Atom breaks free from his prison on the Moon.[176]
  • December 1, 10:55 EST: Beast Boy meets up with Noor Harjavti.[176]
  • December 1, 09:00 MST: Alpha Squad and Blue Beetle head to Taos.[176]
  • December 1, 11:02 EST: Gamma Squad makes its way to the Moon.[176]
  • December 1, 16:16 UTC: On the Moon, all the Leaguers are free, and they wonder what to do next.[176]
  • December 1, 10:10 MST: Alpha Squad and Blue Beetle prepare to Zeta from the Erdel Initiative to Gotham City.[177]
  • December 1, 17:13 UST: Superboy and the captive Leaguers come across a window and realize they are being held on the Moon.[177]
  • December 1, 13:45 EST: Alpha Squad and Blue Beetle arrive at Metropolis.[177]
  • December 1, 14:00 EST: In the Watchtower, Red Tornado reports on the whereabouts of the League members not in Metropolis.[177]
  • December 1, 14:01 EST: Outside the Metropolis force field, the gathered League and Team members listen to Red Tornado's report.[177]
  • December 1, 19:36 UST: Superboy and the Leaguers have difficulty navigating their prison's corridors.[177]
  • December 1, 16:22 EST: The Collector of Worlds activates an energy beam from his ship.[177]
  • December 1, 16:28 EST: Martian Manhunter decides the League should confront Metropolis's attacker.[177]
  • December 1, 16:55 EST: Red Tornado informs the other Leaguers of the situation.[178]
  • December 1, 21:55 UTC: Lagoon Boy and Miss Martian are still in pursuit of Kylstar's Vessel.[178]
  • December 1, 16:56 EST: Beta Squad decides to move Noor Harjavti to safety. Batgirl stays at the edge of the bubble.[178]
  • December 1, 16:57 EST: Batman informs Robin they will not be going to Metropolis.[178]
  • December 1, 17:30 EST: Match erupts from the ground near Batgirl.[178]
  • December 1, 22:31 UTC: The captive Leaguers unsuccessfully try to escape Kylstar again.[178]
  • December 1, 17:45 EST: Martian Manhunter, Flash and Atom infiltrate the Collector's ship. When they are thrown out, Nightwing's Alpha Squad successfully enter the ship, hidden by a glamour.[178]
  • December 1, 22:48 UTC: Lagoon Boy and Miss Martian are still in pursuit of Kylstar's Vessel.[178]
  • December 1, 22:52 UTC: Kylstar still dominates the fight with the captive Leaguers.[178]
  • December 1, 17:54 EST: Black Lightning and Jim Harper return from their inspection of the probe.[178]
  • December 1, 18:16 EST: Beast Boy and Bumblebee head down to the probe.[180]
  • December 1, 23:17 UTC: Gamma Squad has linked up with Kylstar's vessel.[180]
  • December 1, 18:20 EST: Alpha Squad makes its way through the ship.[180]
  • December 1, 23:27 UTC: Just when they think they have finally beaten Kylstar, the heroes are captured again.[180]
  • December 1, 18:31 EST: Alpha Squad is discovered.[180]
  • December 1, 18:32 EST: Alpha Squad is attacked.[179]
  • December 1, 23:32 UTC: Miss Martian meets up with the heroes and frees them.[179]
  • December 1, 18:33 EST: Blue Beetle and Sphere launch a counterattack against the Collector of Worlds.[179]
  • December 1, 23:34 UTC: Kylstar tells the heroes he is impressed.[179]
  • December 1, 23:58 UTC: Kylstar gathers all his captives and offers them the choice to work with him. Some accept. Others are allowed to leave.[179]
  • December 1, 19:01 EST: Alpha Squad gets reinforcements, and the Coludroid body is defeated.[179]
  • December 1, 19:03 EST: The Collector summons more Coludroids. However, noticing something wrong with the probe below, he agrees to stop his preservation effort.[179]
  • December 1, 22:03 EST: The Collector leaves. Beast Boy and Bumblebee return to Bibbo's Diner. Blue Beetle agrees to join the Team.[179]
  • December 2, 00:16 EST: Nightwing returns home, and is met by Barbara at his door.[179]

2016: Team Year Six

January

February

March

April

May

  • May 13, 13:05 MDT: At Taos STAR Labs, testing on the liberated teens continues.[210]
  • May 13, 20:52 MDT: Nightwing contacts Blue Beetle to tell him the teens have escaped.[210]
  • May 14, 00:00 MDT: STAR Labs takes damage in the fight between Blue Beetle and Red Volcano.[210]
  • May 14, 13:05 MDT: Blue Beetle, Green Beetle and Black Beetle meet in Taos Pueblo.[210]
  • May 23, 21:21 EDT: The Watchtower's long-distance sensors pick out the Warworld passing behind Rhea, one of the moons of Saturn. [207]
  • May 23, 21:23 EDT: The Reach detects the Warworld's incursion, and the ambassador attempts to dissuade Mongul from his course, but is unsuccessful.[207]
  • May 23, 20:30 MDT: Green Beetle briefs Nightwing and Captain Atom on Mongul and the Warworld.[206]
  • May 24, 21:38 EDT: Bumblebee notices a second moon in the sky from Ivy Town.[207]
  • May 24, 21:39 EDT: The Earth begins to experience unusual weather patterns due to gravitational effects from the approaching Warworld.[207]
  • May 25, 05:31 EDT: The ambassador pledges the Reach's solidarity with the United Nations in a news conference.[207]
  • May 26, 06:59 EDT: The Warworld has arrived.  Captain Atom attempts to parlay with Mongul from the Watchtower.[207]
  • May 26, 12:00 UTC: Mongul refuses to negotiate, and tries to destroy the Earth with a super laser. The Justice League and the Team engage, forcing Mongul to try and destroy the Earth with saturation fire from numerous ships.[207]
  • May 26, 07:35 EDT: Earth's military defenses destroy sixteen percent of Mongul's ships, leaving 23% free to decimate the planet. The Reach decides to activate their fleet in order to protect their investment.[207]
  • May 26, 22:40 ChST: The hidden Reach fleet surfaces and engages Mongul's ships.  The Earth is successfully defended, but two-thirds of the fleet is destroyed.  The Team defeats Mongul, but is captured in turn by a traitorous, on-mode Blue Beetle.[207]
  • May 27, 01:00 EDT: Frustrated at her lack of progress, Black Manta gives Miss Martian a 24-hour ultimatum to finish fixing Kaldur'ahm, or die. The three hatch a plan to set her free, but the plan is complicated by Sportsmaster and Cheshire invading the Manta-sub to take their vengeance. Upon learning the truth about Artemis' "death", they withdraw, allowing Miss Martian to escape, and still let Kaldur'ahm and Tigress maintain their deep cover.[211]
  • May 27, 06:04 UTC: Nightwing debriefs Blue Beetle on the disappearance of his Team, and sends him home to recover. With the crystal key missing, the Justice League guards the crystal chamber, while Nightwing investigates for clues. He finds scratches on the floor, a damaged airlock, and Robin's birdarang containing nanites from Blue Beetle's armor.[211]
  • May 27, 00:06 MDT: Blue Beetle and Green Beetle arrive via Fate portal at Jaime's home, and the pair separate after nodding.[211]
  • May 27: 06:36 UTC: The Reach has the crystal key in their possession, and most of the Team locked in stasis cells.  Arsenal, still free, is assailed by a squad of Reach soldiers intent on capturing him.[212]
  • May 28, 02:34 EDT: Cheshire has good news to say to her mother, who had babysat Lian for her.[211]
  • May 28: 15:02 EDT: Blue Beetle, hailed as Earths's savior, unmasks himself in a press conference called by the Reach.[211]
  • May 28, 17:00 EDT: Black Manta happily informs his allies that Kaldur'ahm has made a full recovery.[211]
  • May 28, 20:04 EDT: Nightwing watches Blue Beetle's press conference, and does not take a liking to it.[211]
  • May 29, 12:14 EDT: The Reach Ambassador calls another press conference to extol Blue Beetle and the Reach, and to denigrate the Justice League.[212]
  • May 29, 20:08 MDT: In Taos, the four liberated abductees destroy objects related to the Reach. Lex Luthor sends them to the Warworld on a rescue mission to save the Team.[212]
  • May 30, 03:36 UTC: Nightwing and Miss Martian continue investigating the Warworld for signs of the Team, and are reunited with Sphere.[212]
  • May 30, 00:33 MDT: The runaways sever their ties with Lex Luthor after learning of his machinations. Arsenal joins them, and they leave for parts unknown.[212]
  • May 30, 10:36 UTC: The Mongul/Black Beetle fight concludes with Mongul's defeat, thanks to the intervention of Green Beetle. Upon discovering the crystal key is missing, the Reach posts patrols around the key chamber corridors.[9]
  • May 30, 06:21 EDT: The Team, fresh from their Warworld rescue mission, arrives at their Blüdhaven headquarters[9]
  • May 30, 06:22 EDT: Cat Grant reports on Tseng's plan to award a medal of valor to Blue Beetle..[9]

June

  • June 13, 20:28 EDT: Blue Beetle captures Toyman after he robbed a bank, and grants an interview to Cat Grant.[9]
  • June 13, 20:31 EDT: The ambassador is remotely controlling everything Blue Beetle is saying.[9]
  • June 13, 23:45 UTC+2: Miss Martian collects the now-recovered Lagoon Boy with the Bio-ship, hoping for a chance to talk.[9]
  • June 13, 20:40 MDT: Blue Beetle is ambushed by the Team, and is imprisoned by Rocket's force bubble magically reinforced by Zatanna.[9]
  • June 14, 00:45 UTC+3: En route to Blüdhaven, Miss Martian and Lagoon Boy discuss their breakup.[9]
  • June 14, 05:19 UTC+2: In Bialya, the Team, with Zatanna's help, successfully cleanses Blue Beetle and Green Beetle from Reach control.[9]
  • June 14, 00:03 EDT: Miss Martian and Lagoon Boy arrive as Nightwing congratulates the Team's success.[9]
  • June 19, 00:00 ECT: The Team infiltrate a summit held by the Light with the Reach.  Their alliance is shattered, and the heroes win a key victory.[213]
  • June 19, 04:20 UTC: Vandal Savage neutralizes the Reach security team, and engages the Justice League members guarding the Warworld's crystal key chamber.[213]
  • June 19, 05:24 EDT: The unconscious bodies of Black Canary, Captain Marvel, and Black Lightning are deposited in the Watchtower shortly before the Warworld activates and leaves Earth.[213]
  • June 19, 05:27 EDT: Black Beetle and the Reach Scientist evaluate their options after UN Secretary General Tseng rescinds their invitation to stay on Earth and tells them to leave the planet.[213]
  • June 20, 00:16 UTC: On Rimbor, the Justice League are found guilty for the attack five years ago.[214]
  • June 20, 06:16 EDT: Black Beetle plans to leave Earth, but the Reach ship is invaded by the Team.[214]
  • June 20, 06:20 EDT: A Magnetic Field Disruptor rises out of a pond in Gotham City, creating a storm.[214]
  • June 20, 12:20 CEST: Paris is shrouded in black clouds as several tornadoes form.[214]
  • June 20, 19:16 NST: In Taipei, a Magenetic Field Disruptor in a monastery creates storms.[214]
  • June 20, 07:16 EDT: On the Watchtower, Captain Atom, the Atom, Aqualad, Nightwing and Blue Beetle discuss the global disasters.[214]
  • June 20, 08:16 EDT: In Metropolis, Captain Atom and Lex Luthor brief 39 assembled heroes on how to disable the twenty MFDs.[214]
  • June 20, 09:32 AST: Aqualad and Lagoon Boy disable an MFD in the Atlantic Ocean.[214]
  • June 20, 14:34 CEST: Artemis and Kid Flash disable an MFD in Paris.[214]
  • June 20, 07:35 CDT: Black Lightning and Virgil Hawkins disable an MFD in Dakota City.[214]
  • June 20, 06:47 MDT: In Taos, Blue Beetle reports he has detected a 21st MFD at the North Magnetic Pole.[214]
  • June 20, 13:48 UTC: Flash and Impulse reach the 21st MFD, which has already reached crysalis mode.[214]
  • June 20, 23:16 EDT: The Leaguers returning from Rimbor land at Mount Justice, where they are greeted by the Team.[214]
  • June 20, 22:16 CDT: Artemis arrives at Wally's parent's house, and begins to cry before she can say anything to them.[214]

July

2043

2056

February

  • 2056: (February 28, 10:05 EST) Bart Allen makes the last preparations to his time machine.[42]

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