The Hall of Justice was constructed by the Justice League of America following a year after the destruction of the previous Justice League Watchtower, and located in Washington, D.C. and in the same location as the JSA and All-Star Squadron original headquarters. The Hall was designed by John Stewart and Wonder Woman, and financed by Batman and built from scratch by Superman.
The Hall was later appropriated by the United Nations as the headquarters for the new Justice League International. This causes public outrage, with many citizens taking offense to the idea of superheroes from foreign countries using an American landmark as their base of operations, and cause a few civilians to blow up the Hall while the JLI was away on a mission.
The basement of the Hall was used as the new burial place for the fallen heroes that were formerly buried at Valhalla Cemetery. The exact location of the burial place was four hundred yards below the main building and it served the purpose of protecting the bodies of the fallen heroes from being desecrated by evil forces.
Points of Interest
These are the known rooms located in the Hall of Justice:
- High Technology Clean Lab #2 (H.T.C.L. 2): The most advanced Laboratory of its kind in North America.
- The Kitchen: The League's combat training room
- Auxiliary Robotics Lab
- Main Conference/Meeting Room
- The Trophy Room: Features weapons used by villains and heroes (all of which were dismantled and made useless by Batman).
- Nuclear Lab
- Storage Rooms 1-12
- Slideways Control Bay: Teleportation room that connects to the Justice League Satellite.
- Gift Shop
- The Morgue: Where the JLA keeps the bodies of their enemies. Mainly for the purpose of protecting the corpses from body snatching operations that are harvesting superhuman parts for re-use. It is located 3 stories below the Meeting Room.
- The Hall is reinforced with blast resistant concrete and 400-436 tons of titanium plates.
- The Hall shares the same diplomatic privileges as a foreign embassy. They can legally give asylum to anyone they want, including supervillains.
- The Hall contains at least 12 floors.
- The Hall of Justice originally appeared in the Super Friends animated series. It first appeared in mainstream comics in Justice League of America (Volume 2) #7.