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Shining Knight (Character)
from "Justice League" (2001)

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Shining Knight is Sir Justin. He is a superhero. He... See more »
Alternate Names:
Sir Justin


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  1. "Justice League"
    ... aka "JL" - USA (promotional abbreviation)
    ... aka "Justice League Unlimited" - USA (third season title)
        - Patriot Act (2006) TV episode, Played by Chris Cox / Chris Cox (as Sir Justin)
        - Task Force X (2005) TV episode, Played by Chris Cox / Chris Cox (as Sir Justin)

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From "Justice League: Patriot Act (#5.7)" (2006)
[the superpowered General Eiling has just defeated all the other League members he was fighting]
General Wade Eiling: [yelling to the heavens] Superman, you coward! All your men are down, and you won't even show your face!
Shining Knight: [stepping out of the settling dust] He cannot hear even your bellowing, monster. As we speak, Superman rescues an entire star system a universe away. Do your worst. I'll not let you harm another.
General Wade Eiling: I do what I do in service to my country.
Shining Knight: Once at the word of my lord, King Arthur, I was ordered to lay waste to an entire village. I knew my king's heart could not be so unjust. So I spared them all.
General Wade Eiling: Then you're a lousy soldier.
[the General punches Shining Knight]
Shining Knight: There it is, the creeping moral decay of the past thousand years.
[Shining Knight swings at the General and misses]
Shining Knight: Arthur thanked me, oaf. Had I been wrong, I would have handed over my sword and left the court in shame.
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