Queen Bee convinces Qurac President Rumaan Harjavti that Qurac and Bialya used to be one country (later revealed to be Psimon manipulating Harjavti). The next day, Rumaan Harjavti tells Queen Bee that he has changed his mind about giving up Qurac to Bialya. Queen Bee is taken away vowing to get revenge on Qurac. This was later revealed to be an act by Miss Martian, who was imitating Queen Bee to make her scheme public knowledge. Miss Martian later finds Queen Bee in Garfield Logan's room and states to Miss Martian that Psimon isn't the only one who knows what Miss Martian really is and that she'd better cooperate with her if she doesn't want the rest of the team to know her true form. She also states that should any of her team attack her personally or should she command it that Garfield would physically hurt himself to protect her.
Powers and Abilities
- Pheromone Control: Queen Bee has the power to control the minds of men and women through pheromone control.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the television series Young Justice and is an adaptation of Queen Bee. The original character was created by J.M. DeMatteis and Keith Giffen and first appeared in Justice League International #16.
- Queen Bee is voiced by Marina Sirtis.
- 22 Appearances of Queen Bee (Earth-16)
- 1 Images featuring Queen Bee (Earth-16)
- Quotations by or about Queen Bee (Earth-16)
- Character Gallery: Queen Bee (Earth-16)
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