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[[Image:Watchtower.jpg|thumb|The '''Watchtower'''<ref>As seen in [[That's What Super Friends Are For]].</ref>]]
 
[[Image:Watchtower.jpg|thumb|The '''Watchtower'''<ref>As seen in [[That's What Super Friends Are For]].</ref>]]
The '''Watchtower''' became the official headquarters of the [[Justice League of America]] after the decommissioning of the [[Justice League Satellite]]. The [[Hall of Justice]] may have still been in operation but this was never revealed.
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The '''Watchtower''' became the [[Justice League Headquarters|official headquarters]] of the [[Justice League of America]] after the decommissioning of the [[Justice League Satellite]]. The [[Hall of Justice]] may have still been in operation but this was never revealed.
 
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Latest revision as of 19:35, June 8, 2016

Watchtower

The Watchtower[1]

The Watchtower became the official headquarters of the Justice League of America after the decommissioning of the Justice League Satellite. The Hall of Justice may have still been in operation but this was never revealed.

AppearanceEdit

MAD

NotesEdit

  • The Watchtower made its' first appearance in JLA # 4 (April 1997).[2]
  • In DC Comics, the Watchtower was a base on the moon. In this cartoon, it is portrayed as a satellite, similar to the Justice League Satellite, which is based on the Watchtower from the Justice League and Justice League Unlimited cartoons.

ReferencesEdit

  1. As seen in That's What Super Friends Are For.
  2. For more information about this DC comic book, click here.

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