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John Jones
John Jones (Smallville)2
Some attributes
First Unnamed Wife (deceased), Unnamed Daughter (deceased), Megan Morse ("niece")
Second Lieutenant Homicide Detective (Metropolis Police Department);
Intergalactic Bounty Hunter;
Member of the Justice League
Third Super strength, super speed, invulnerability, flight, healing factor, telepathy,telekinesis,intangibility, shapeshifting, invisibility, heat blast, memory manipulation,mind control and martian vision.
Other attributes
Fourth Fire.
Fifth Alive.
Sixth Martian Manhunter

John Jones (aka Martian Manhunter) as he appears in Smallville fan-fics.

PersonalityEdit

John's personality is always preserved. It's just situations around him that change.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

John possesses super strength, super speed, invulnerability, flight, telepathy, telekinesis, intangibility, shapeshifting, invisibility, memory manipulation, mind control, and Martian Vision. Also, thanks to the wars on Mars, John is skilled in hand-to-hand combat, and his time as a detective made him well versed in firearms. He's also very intelligent, aiding his detective skills as well as his telepathy.

WeaknessesEdit

Like all Martians, John is weak to heat. If exposed to fire, he is inordinately weakened and unable to alter shapes, and in the rays of a sun, he'll lose his powers until somehow able to return to Mars.

HistoryEdit

Conner KentEdit

JusticeEdit

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John captured by Slade.

While at Watchtower with Black Canary, and Tess, Martian Manhunter was attacked by Slade, and he was captured when Slade weakened Martian Manhunter with a fire caused by a lighter and KO'd with a stun dart. Awaking in a Metropolis warehouse, Martian Manhunter and the rest of the League were rescued by a team of young heroes including Superboy, Speedy, Zan, and Janya.

Smallville: SwannEdit

PhantomEdit

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John encounters Bizarro.

Martian Manhunter arrived in Quebec with the intention of trapping the Zoner later known as Bizarro, who was inhabiting the body of an old man. He prepared to do battle with him, but Bizarro punched a hole through his gut and ripped out some internal organs, severely wounding him. After he attempted to punch the Phantom and dealt almost no damage, Martian Manhunter was backhanded through the roof of the house and into the sky. Badly injured and weakened, he was forced to retreat. Martian Manhunter flew off to the Kent Farm to meet Lionel Luthor and Virgil Swann, Jor-El, to brief them of the failure. When he arrived, Martian Manhunter greeted Clark and explained everything, including the significance of defeating Bizarro. He then departed in order to heal from the injuries inflicted upon him by Bizarro.

BizarroEdit

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John explains what he did to Bizarro.

The Martian Manhunter managed to heal himself while in space, and spoke to Clark and Dr. Swann about Bizarro. He told Clark that he could beat his doppelganger by harnessing the energy of the yellow sun. At the end of the battle, Clark uppercut Bizarro towards the sun, where the Martian Manhunter caught him and flew Bizarro to the sunny side of Mars and imprisoned him there. After Bizarro's defeat, the Martian Manhunter came to congratulate Clark and told him that he is every bit as human as he could be on Earth.

OdysseyEdit

Clark and John (Smallville)

Martian Manhunter flies Clark in the heat of the sun so that Clark can regain his abilities.

The Martian Manhunter returned to restore Clark's powers after he was rescued from Russia by the Green Arrow (Taking Kara's place as if Kara did it, she'd die from overexposure to the sun). He took Clark and flew into the Earth's yellow sun where Clark was healed and his powers were restored. However, it has the opposite effect on him, taking away his own powers. He tells Clark that he could no longer help him on his odyssey along with Jor-El.

Smallville: The Last Family of KryptonEdit

PhantomEdit

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John encounters Bizarro.

Martian Manhunter arrived in Quebec with the intention of trapping the Zoner later known as Bizarro, who was inhabiting the body of an old man. He prepared to do battle with him, but Bizarro punched a hole through his gut and ripped out some internal organs, severely wounding him. After he attempted to punch the Phantom and dealt almost no damage, Martian Manhunter was backhanded through the roof of the house and into the sky. Badly injured and weakened, he was forced to retreat. Martian Manhunter flew off to the Kent Farm to meet Lionel Luthor, Bridgette Crosby, Lara, and Virgil Swann, Jor-El, to brief them of the failure. When he arrived, Martian Manhunter greeted Clark and explained everything, including the significance of defeating Bizarro. He then departed in order to heal from the injuries inflicted upon him by Bizarro.

BizarroEdit

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John explains what he did to Bizarro.

The Martian Manhunter managed to heal himself while in space, and spoke to Clark, Bridgette, and Dr. Swann about Bizarro. He told Clark that he could beat his doppelganger by harnessing the energy of the yellow sun. At the end of the battle, Clark uppercut Bizarro towards the sun, where the Martian Manhunter caught him and flew Bizarro to the sunny side of Mars and imprisoned him there. After Bizarro's defeat, the Martian Manhunter came to congratulate Clark and told him that he is every bit as human as he could be on Earth.

OdysseyEdit

Clark and John (Smallville)

Martian Manhunter flies Clark in the heat of the sun so that Clark can regain his abilities.

The Martian Manhunter returned to restore Clark's powers after he was rescued from Russia by the Green Arrow (Taking Kara's place as if Kara did it, she'd die from overexposure to the sun). He took Clark and flew into the Earth's yellow sun where Clark was healed and his powers were restored. However, it has the opposite effect on him, taking away his own powers. He tells Clark that he could no longer help him on his odyssey along with Jor-El.