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1.Will Superboy ever get it on with Miss Martian?
1. Is that really any of your business?
Did Waller quit or was she fired?
1. How did Strange and Waller got their jons at Belle reeve?
2. How did Killer Frost get her superpowers?
3. Who were the inmates at Belle Reeve?
4. Were the Terror Twins parents supervillians?
5. How come they were no flyers or teleporters?
1. That's such a great typo. I'm dying to come up with a great smart-ass response to it, but I just can't think of one to do it justice.
2. Science gone wrong.
3. All of them?
since m'gann came to earth to be j'onn's sidekick does she go on missions with him?
1 will the Light be the villian for the second season or pretty much just this one?
2 is L-1 the leader?
1. SPOILER REQUEST. NO RESPONSE.
2. First among equals.
Was mr.freeze attacking cameron's dad a ploy?
1. Why did captain cold went to belle reve instead of iron heights?
2. When did the daily planet started to do tv broadcasts?
3. How come cameron didn't use his ice powers to unfreeze miss martian?
1. Belle Reve is a federal magnet prison for super-criminals.
2. They don't.
3. How do ice powers help you UNfreeze something?
In Terrors why was Riddler in a prison for super powered criminals when he has no super powers?
Many of the prisoners there, not just Riddler, had no inherent super-normal abilities. Ivo, for example. Or Hook. But it was felt that these people had - if nothing else - super-human resources in one way or another that put them beyond the ability of a standard prison to safely contain them.
I was wondering if I could ask some questions about Blockbuster from "young justice"...
1) How strong/invulnerable is he? Could he fight Superman or Wonder Woman one on one or is he much lower on the power house chart?
2) If Blockbuster was reduced to a mindless, hate filled beast at the end of the series premiere, how come he followed orders from Icicle Senior in the episode "Terrors?" I just assumed a crazed monster like him wouldn't be able to understand/follow commands and would have to be kept in solitary away from other inmates (so he wouldn't eat them XD).
1. He could fight either one on one. Though Superman's combination of powers would make it very tough for Blockbuster to win. I'd say he'd have a better shot against Wonder Woman. Even odds.
2. He got better with time.
Usually I ask questions about gargoyles, but I've been getting deep into "Young Justice" recently and would like to ask some questions about Miss Martian, and martians in general I guess, lol. I like how M'gann hasn't mastered all her martian powers yet since it gives her potential for character development, but, I've noticed that she and Martian Manhunter may lack some of the powers they had in the comics altogether. To get to the point I guess, do Martians in DC universe 16 still possess super strength, heat/laser vision, and invulnerability like Kryptonians? I personally always liked how the martians were one of the few races who could realistically match a kryptonian blow for blow and possibly win (though of course heat/fire was always an issue).
At any rate, if you did indeed remove or alter some of the martian's skill sets, may I ask why?
P.S. keep up the good work on the show, its been very entertaining so far and I actually enjoy some aspects of it better than I do in the comicbook versions :D
In the "Earth-16 Universe":
Martians are stronger than humans, but not even in the ballpark with Kryptonians. Martian Manhunter, for obvious reasons, is stronger than Miss Martian. Density plays a role here too.
Martians are not invulnerable, though their shape-shifting abilities make healing easier, and, again, they are denser than humans - though, again, not nearly as dense as a Kryptonian.
No vision powers.
As to the why, it was about us deciding to go back to the character's original power levels. When J'onn was first introduced, he was unique. As time passed, writers, artists and editors kept augmenting his powers (and even his origin) making him more and more Kryptonian. But I've got a Kryptonian (plus a clone) in the series already. I really didn't need two more.
Plus Martian powers are already incredibly formidable. We decided early on to break them down into two basic categories:
1. The physical. They are shape-shifters, which allows them to change form, alter their volume and density (though never their mass), etc. With practice, this becomes an incredibly versatile and potent trait.
2. The mental. They are psychic and telekinetic. This allows them to control their shape-shifting clothes (and even M'gann's shape-shifting Bio-Ship). It also allows them to communicate psychically. And their telekinesis, which is very formidable, allows them to simulate Superman's flight.
Really, with all that, did they really need the ability to go "blow for blow" with a Kryptonian?