The Children of Juru rebuilt the Fortress to resurrect Reign and terraform the Earth into a new Krypton. Reign and the Children of Juru were stopped by the Superfriends, the Legion, and Alura Zor-El.
Samantha Arias followed her newly-acquired beacon's signal to the middle of a desert clearing. All of a sudden, the ground shook and pikes made of rock emerged to form, creating the Fortress of Sanctuary. Samantha went inside the structure and placed the beacon into a Kryptonian computer console panel which caused everything around her to activate. A holographic projection emerged, and told Sam that that this place was her Fortress of Sanctuary, a piece of her dead home world, Krypton.
Reign's version is a blackened cave, with crystal-like rocks protruding from the ground and a dark, cavernous interior.. The Fortress is planted outside somewhere in the desert and is held up by many huge desert-like columns. The interior is dark charcoal in color with pieces glowing red in the darkness. There is a panel which allows carriers of crystal beacons to communicate with a hologram.
- Children of Juru
- Thomas Coville
- Kara Danvers/Supergirl
- Alex Danvers
- J'onn J'onzz/Martian Manhunter
- Imra Ardeen/Saturn Girl
- Querl Dox/Brainiac 5
- Winn Schott
- Lena Luthor
- Alura Zor-El
- When the Legion's cruiser located the Fortress of Sanctuary, it showed its location on a map of Kazakhstan, rather than the United States, as was previously assumed.
- The Fortress' appearance and the scene it emerges from the ground pays homage to the famous Superman: The Movie scene wherein a young Clark Kent witness as his Fortress of Solitude builds itself.
- In the New 52 comics, Supergirl has an underwater base called the Sanctuary of Solitude.