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First appearanceAdventure Comics #359 (August 1967)
PublisherDC Comics

Takron-Galtos is a fictional planet in the DC Comics universe. It first appeared in Adventure Comics #359 (August, 1967).


Takron-Galtos is a planet-sized prison built to house the most dangerous criminals in the galaxy. It exists in the 20th Century, as shown in Justice League of America #247, February 1986. It is featured in JLA #21, when Adam Strange, along with the League, tricks an invading force of aliens, the En'teran Slavemasters. The aliens end up teleported to the surface of Takron-Galtos.[1]

Takron-Galtos has been used an off-world holding area for many of the DCU's supervillains, who were captured by Amanda Waller's Suicide Squad.

During a prisoner uprising a guard named G'Hu is captured. By the time fellow guards break in, G'Hu has defeated his captors. This action causes him to be recognized and recruited for the Green Lanterns.[2]

A Takron-Galtos prisoner is recruited for the Lantern's enemies, the Sinestro Corps. Bur'Gunza, a model prisoner is let out of his restraints on the day of his release. He slays forty-two guards before he is defeated. This brings him to the attention of the Sinestro Corps.[3]

Future timeline[edit]

Takron-Galtos is still in use in the 30th Century. Most of the prison functions are automated and the administrative staff consists of a warden and a small group of Science Police.

In the planet's first appearance, members of the Legion of Super-Heroes are imprisoned there after the new President of Earth, Kandro Boltax, outlaws the Legion. The young superheroes are released after Boltax is revealed to be the supervillain Universo, who had turned the population of Earth against the Legion by putting a mind control chemical in the water.

The Legion eventually send many of their deadliest foes to Takron-Galtos, including members of the Fatal Five, Roxxas, the Time Trapper, various members of the Legion of Super-Villains and Mordru.

The prison proves to be imperfect. An escapee from Takron-Galtos provides much trouble for Karate Kid and Ferro Lad.[4]

Takron-Galtos is destroyed by a wave of anti-matter during the Crisis on Infinite Earths.[5][6] The planet Labyrinth becomes the new prison planet in its place.

In the miniseries Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds, Superboy-Prime launches an attack on Takron-Galtos and frees every inmate. His purpose is to re-gather the 'Legion of Super Villains' in order to take on the Legion of Superheroes. He then proceeds to scorch the planet's surface and brand it with the Superman insignia. Twenty-thousand staff and guards are murdered in the conflict. In the final issue, #5, the planet is shown to be under reconstruction.[7]

It is later again savage when the villain Saturn Queen escapes.[8]

Alternate versions[edit]

In the alternate future timeline of Justice League 3000, the League members are teleported to the prison planet of Takron-Galtos by the godlike villainess Locus. The planet appears to have been ravaged by untold disasters, is heavily polluted and the convicts face brutal conditions; surviving on fossil fuels, converted human waste and whatever technology they can scavenge. Of the eight million prisoners, most are radical poets and progressive thinkers who live in the few remaining cities, the more dangerous criminals being shipped to the "wastes" beyond. After being captured by the local inmate-guards, the heroes are brought deeper into the city, only find themselves in downtown New York City - revealing that the prison was once in fact Earth.[9]

The League later sets up a base on Takron.[10]

Appearances in other media[edit]

Takron-Galtos has appeared or been mentioned in several episodes of the Legion of Super Heroes animated television series. As in the comic books, Takron-Galtos is used as a prison planet for the galaxy's worst criminals.

In the Supergirl episode "Exodus", Takron-Galtos is the destination of a ship holding aliens rounded up by Project Cadmus.

See also[edit]


  1. JLA #21 (August 1998)
  2. Green Lantern Corps #1 (August 2006)
  3. Sinestro Corps Special #1 (August 2007)
  4. Legion Worlds #5 (October 2001)
  5. Legion of Super-Heroes (vol. 3) #18 (January 1986)
  6. Crisis on Infinite Earths #10 (January 1986)
  7. Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds #1-5 (October 2008-September 2009)
  8. Legion of Super-Villains #1 (May 2011)
  9. Justice League 3000 #03 (April 2014)
  10. Justice League 3001 #1 (August 2015)

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