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The '''Bolovax''' were an alien species. Its best known member was [[Kilowog]].
 
The '''Bolovax''' were an alien species. Its best known member was [[Kilowog]].
Bolovax physiology was noted as being somewhat similar to that of a Martian, similar enough that J'onn was able to treat Kilowog's injuries. However, they are different enough to necessitate a significant amount of guesswork on J'onn's part while adjusting the [[Watchtower I|Watchtower]]'s medical equipment to treat him.<ref>{{jl}}, "[[Hearts and Minds]]"</ref>
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Bolovax physiology was noted as being somewhat similar to that of a Martian, similar enough that J'onn was able to treat Kilowog's injuries. However, they are different enough to necessitate a significant amount of guesswork on J'onn's part while adjusting the [[Watchtower I|Watchtower]]'s medical equipment to treat him.<ref>{{ep ref|jl|209}}</ref>
   
 
== Background information ==
 
== Background information ==

Latest revision as of 14:36, August 11, 2019

The Bolovax were an alien species. Its best known member was Kilowog. Bolovax physiology was noted as being somewhat similar to that of a Martian, similar enough that J'onn was able to treat Kilowog's injuries. However, they are different enough to necessitate a significant amount of guesswork on J'onn's part while adjusting the Watchtower's medical equipment to treat him.[1]

Background information Edit

J'onn J'onzz refers to Kilowog as possessing a "Bolovax physiology", obviously in reference to Kilowog's home planet in the comics, Bolovax Vik.

Appearances Edit

Superman: The Animated Series

Justice League

Justice League Unlimited

References Edit

  1. Damron, Keith (writer) & Lukic, Butch (director) (October 25, 2003). "Hearts and Minds, Part I". Justice League. Season 2. Episode 9 (airdate). Episode 35 (production). Cartoon Network.
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