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    J'onn J'onzz (Earth-38)

    For other uses of Martian Manhunter, see Martian Manhunter (Disambiguation).

    You're a protector like me. It's who we are.
    — Martian Manhunter to Supergirl[src]

    J'onn J'onzz is a Green Martian and the vigilante known as the Martian Manhunter. J'onzz is also the son of M'yrnn J'onzz, the brother of Malefic J'onzz, the husband of M'yri'ah J'onzz, and the father of K'hym and T'ania J'onzz.

    Arriving on Earth hundreds of years ago, J'onzz lived among humans using his shape-shifting abilities. He soon took the identity of Hank Henshaw and served as the director of the DEO for years until passing the position to Alex Danvers. J'onzz then used the name of John Jones and became a private investigator for aliens in need.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

    Martian Life[edit | hide]

    At some point in his life, J'onzz was a part of the Martian Civil War and fought against countless White Martians. He also got married and had 2 kids, who were killed during the war and planted aggressive thoughts in his mind. At some point, he also worked with N'orr Cott, better known as Sentinel.[3]

    Life on Earth[edit | hide]

    In 2005, J'onzz began to impersonate Hank Henshaw[4] after spending centuries on Earth.[5]

    Later, he became the director of the DEO and gave the position to Alex Danvers years later, retiring to be a private investigator.[6]

    At some point, J'onzz interacted with M'gann M'orzz over the latter's ex-husband, Armek.[2]

    Crisis on Infinite Earths[edit | hide]

    J'onzz and the heroes of Earth-Prime
    You nearly damned us all to Hell, Nash Wells!
    — J'onzz to Nash[src]

    In January 2020, J'onzz went to the different locations and reunited with the Paragons while giving their companions their Pre-Crisis counterparts' memories. Among the companions, J'onzz went to S.T.A.R. Labs and found the indirect cause of the Crisis, unconscious and lying on a bed. He then woke him up and restored his memories as Pariah, allowing him to understand what he had done.[7]

    While the remaining heroes discovered that Anti-Monitor's survival, J'onzz sent out a psychic message to all heroes within the city and started to rally an army of vigilantes to fight the Anti-Monitor in Perez Landing. J'onzz, along with countless heroes, then arrived on site and fought against Shadow Demons before the Anti-Monitor's arrival. When he arrived, J'onzz shape-shifted into his true form to focus on using one power at a time. However, he was hit by the Anti-Monitor, allowing Superman to be caught. Superman was then saved by Supergirl and J'onzz was able to recover from the injury.[7]

    J'onzz honors Oliver's sacrifice

    Some time later, at the Hall, J'onzz and the others honored Oliver's sacrifice. Later, Barry showed the others that he intended to turn the hall into a base for future crossovers and formed the "Justice League".[7]

    Building the Tower[edit | hide]

    After forming the League, J'onzz returned to National City and built the Tower, a new base of operations for the Super Friends.[8]

    Luthor and Leviathan[edit | hide]

    Toyman Fiasco[edit | hide]

    Weeks after the Crisis, when Winn Schott returned from the future to protect his legacy, the team brought Winn to the new base and reunited with his mentor/father figure, J'onzz. J'onzz then restored Winn's Pre-Crisis counterpart's memories and caused him to vomit due to information overload in his brain.[8]

    After defeating Toyman, J'onzz bid farewell to Schott after karaoke night with the team.[9]

    Final Showdown[edit | hide]

    After Danvers quit the DEO, J'onzz and Danvers went on to investigate the attack on Andrea Rojas. The two were then able to locate the person's lair and found out the attacker was the wife of an Obsidian Platinum addict who committed suicide, leading to her attacks. J'onzz then gave Danvers a Martian weapon in replace of her regular sidearm.[6]

    Days later, Danvers and J'onzz were sought help by Al, whose brother had been missing for days. Danvers then successfully rescued Trevor from Obsidian Platinum.[10]

    J'onzz later attended Jeremiah Danvers, an old friend, former colleague's funeral.[11]

    When Lex Luthor released a Sun-Eater as a distraction, M'gann M'orzz returned from Mars and assisted the recapture of it with J'onzz.[12]

    Soon, J'onzz began extensive training on Danvers using the Hand of the Soldier. However, her missing her past as the director of DEO caused her to lose focus and was unable to activate the hand. Danvers then left the Tower, continuing her investigation on Leviathan. Nia was then able to see the future and sent the Super Friends in a battle against Rama Khan[13]

    J'onzz then expressed his feelings for M'orzz and returned to battle. When called to Kara's loft, J'onzz disguised as Supergirl and fought several Leviathan members. He then reunited with the team at the Luthor Corp Headquarters and discussed their next move. The team split once more with Danvers, M'orzz, J'onzz and Nia fighting the elemental benders with Kara and Lena staying in Obsidian Platinum to convince those trapped to voluntarily log out of the platform. As the offense team gets overwhelmed by Leviathan, they disappear thanks to Querl Dox.[2]

    When Nia Nal went to the Leviathan Ship and collapsed due to the radiation, J'onzz arrived with the team to the ship and fought against Gamemnae until she was defeated by Supergirl using the Anti-Life Equation.[3]

    J'onzz and M'orzz executing Dokri Surth-uh

    He and the team then returned to the Tower. When the team started discovering that the satellites were about to kill those who resist the "I Love Lexi" program, J'onzz and M'orzz proposed to use the Dokri Surth-uh to be able to destroy the satellites at once by syncing his mind with M'gann's. They then executed the technique, after a few failed attempts, they were able to form a red ring around the Earth and destroy the satellites at once, rescuing those resisting Lex.[3]

    J'onzz and the Super Friends fight Lex Luthor

    J'onzz and M'orzz then went to the Fortress of Solitude and fought Lex Luthor. Later, Lex was defeated when Alex Danvers used the Bottle of Jarhanpurian energy and took away his immortality. J'onzz was then knocked to the ground and Kara was sent to the Phantom Zone.[3]

    Returned to the Tower, J'onzz talked to Danvers, whom he gave the mantle of Sentinel to.[3]

    Phantoms[edit | hide]

    Leader or Father[edit | hide]

    How can you just march on like nothing is wrong?
    Because marching is the only way to get her back.
    — Danvers and J'onzz[src]

    Rescue Mission[edit | hide]

    Welcome Back, Kara[edit | hide]

    Magic[edit | hide]

    Second Chances[edit | hide]

    Menagerie[edit | hide]

    Mxy vs. Nyxly[edit | hide]

    Blind Spots[edit | hide]

    Courage[edit | hide]

    Humanity[edit | hide]

    Hope[edit | hide]

    Nightmares in National City[edit | hide]

    Courageous Gauntlet[edit | hide]

    Truth or Consequences[edit | hide]

    Finding Esme[edit | hide]

    History Books[edit | hide]

    The Next Adventures[edit | hide]

    Possible Future[edit | hide]

    Magog[edit | hide]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Powers[edit | hide]

    J'onzz shape-shifting
    J'onzz using his mental abilities
    • Green Martian Physiology: As the last living Green Martian, J'onzz retains standard Green Martian powers.[7]
      • Density-Shifting: Also known as phasing,[14] J'onzz can alter his density and pass through solid objects.[7]
      • Flight: J'onzz is shown to be able to fly and hover.[7]
      • Invulnerability: J'onzz is able to shield M'orzz from concrete and deflect bullets.[15]
      • Psychic Immunity: J'onzz is immune to psychic powers of countless species, such as the Fear Visions of Phantoms.[16]
      • Shape-Shifting: J'onzz is able to shift between his Green Martian and human form (Hank Henshaw's appearance) at will.[7]
      • Superhuman Speed: J'onzz was shown to have super speed when he rescues M'gann M'orzz from concrete.[13]
      • Superhuman Strength: J'onzz is able to exert great strength from his bare hands.[7]
      • Telepathy: J'onzz can read the minds of individuals as well as sending psychic messages.[7]
        • Dokri Surth-uh: Also known as "The Binding", Martians are able to connect to each other and sync up their memories, having a stronger telepathic and telekinetic power.[3]
        • Memory Manipulation: J'onzz can restore the memories of a person, even after the destruction of the Multiverse.[7]
        • Mental Detection: J'onzz can detect the minds of people in a short distance.[7]

    Former Powers[edit | hide]

    • Powers via the Courage Totem: In order to battle Nyxly and Lex Luthor, J'onzz used the Courage Totem to protect himself from the powerful Magic of the other AllStone Totems.[17]
      • Forcefield Generation: Combining the energy of the Courage Totem and Kara's Humanity Totem, J'onzz is able to generate a strong forcefield to protect himself.[17]
      • Energy Blast: J'onzz was able to create blue energy blasts of the Courage Totem and easily incapacitate his opponents.[17]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Hand-to-Hand Combat: J'onzz is able to fight several Shadow Demons using hand-to-hand combat.[7]
    • Leadership: J'onzz was the former director of the DEO and was capable of leading the department to achieve certain tasks with high efficiency.[7]
    • Investigation: J'onzz is a private investigator and is a renowned investigator among aliens on Earth.[7]
    • Marksmanship: As a former agent/director of the DEO and a participant in the Martian Civil War, J'onzz is familiar with standard firearms on Earth and alien blasters.[16]
    • Engineering: J'onzz was tasked with creating the Anti-Magic Cuff, which required basic engineering skills.[18]

    Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Current Equipment[edit | hide]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Pilot Appears
    Stronger Together Appears
    Fight or Flight Appears
    Livewire Appears
    How Does She Do It? Appears
    Red Faced Appears
    Human for a Day Appears
    Hostile Takeover Appears
    Blood Bonds Appears
    Childish Things Appears
    This Is My Life Appears
    Strange Visitor from Another Planet Appears
    Bizarro Appears
    Sistery Mystery Mentioned
    For the Girl Who Has Everything Appears
    Wake-Up Calls Appears
    Truth, Justice and the American Way Appears
    Solitude Appears
    Falling Appears
    Attack Edge! Mentioned
    Manhunter Appears
    Nightmares on El Street Dream
    Myriad Appears
    Better Angels Appears
    Sistery Mystery (Reprise) Mentioned
    Our Backs to the Wall Mentioned
    Who Is Facet? Appears
    Pieces Appears
    End Games Appears
    Breaking Point Appears
    The Adventures of Supergirl Appears
    The Last Children of Krypton Appears
    Welcome to Earth Appears
    Survivors Appears
    Crossfire Appears
    Changing Appears
    The Darkest Place Appears
    Medusa Appears
    Supergirl Lives Appears
    We Can Be Heroes Appears
    The Martian Chronicles Appears
    Luthors Appears
    Mr. & Mrs. Mxyzptlk Appears
    Homecoming Appears
    Exodus Appears
    Star-Crossed Appears
    Duet Appears
    Distant Sun Appears
    Ace Reporter Appears
    Alex Appears
    City of Lost Children Appears
    Resist Appears
    Nevertheless, She Persisted Appears
    Girl of Steel Appears
    Triggers Appears
    Far from the Tree Appears
    The Faithful Appears
    Damage Appears
    Midvale Flashback
    Wake Up Appears
    Crisis on Earth-X, Part 1 Appears
    Reign Appears
    Legion of Super-Heroes Appears
    Fort Rozz Appears
    For Good Appears
    Both Sides Now Appears
    Schott Through the Heart Appears
    In Search of Lost Time Appears
    Of Two Minds Appears
    Trinity Appears
    Shelter from the Storm Appears
    The Fanatical Appears
    Dark Side of the Moon Appears
    Not Kansas Appears
    Make It Reign Appears
    Battles Lost and Won Appears
    American Alien Appears
    Fallout Appears
    Man of Steel Appears
    Ahimsa Appears
    Parasite Lost Appears
    Call to Action Appears
    Rather the Fallen Angel Appears
    Bunker Hill Appears
    Elseworlds, Part 3 Appears
    Suspicious Minds Appears
    Blood Memory Appears
    Menagerie Appears
    What's So Funny About Truth, Justice, and the American Way? Appears
    Stand and Deliver Appears
    Supergirl: The Secret Files of Kara Danvers Appears
    O Brother, Where Art Thou? Appears
    The House of L Mentioned
    All About Eve Appears
    American Dreamer Appears
    Will the Real Miss Tessmacher Please Stand Up? Appears
    Red Dawn Appears
    The Quest for Peace Appears
    Event Horizon Appears
    Stranger Beside Me Appears
    Blurred Lines Appears
    In Plain Sight Appears
    Dangerous Liaisons Appears
    Confidence Women Appears
    Tremors Appears
    The Wrath of Rama Khan Appears
    The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Part 1 Mentioned
    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One Appears
    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three Appears
    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Four Appears
    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Five Appears
    The Bottle Episode Appears
    Green Arrow & The Canaries Mentioned
    Back from the Future: Part One Appears
    Marathon Name Seen
    Back from the Future: Part Two Appears
    It's a Super Life Appears
    The Bodyguard Appears
    Reality Bytes Appears
    Alex in Wonderland Appears
    Liberation Mentioned
    Deus Lex Machina Appears
    The Missing Link Appears
    Immortal Kombat Appears
    Fear Me Mentioned
    Rebirth Appears
    A Few Good Women Appears
    Phantom Menaces Appears
    Lost Souls Appears
    Prom Night! Appears
    Fear Knot Appears
    Welcome Back, Kara! Appears
    Dream Weaver Appears
    Still I Rise Appears
    Mxy in the Middle Appears
    Blind Spots Appears
    The Gauntlet Appears
    Magical Thinking Appears
    Hope for Tomorrow Appears
    Nightmare in National City Appears
    I Believe in a Thing Called Love Appears
    Truth or Consequences Appears
    The Last Gauntlet Appears
    Kara Appears
    Armageddon, Part 2 Mentioned
    Armageddon, Part 3 Mentioned
    Road Trip Vision
    Savior Complex Appears
    Wildest Dreams Mentioned

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    References[edit | hide]

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