The line of dialogue from The Streak to John Stewart "You're a credit to your people, son" (to which Stewart replied awkwardly "Uh, thanks") is a subtle racial comment referencing the racial issues of the '50s and '60s, which is the era that the Justice Guild's idealism is based. The line however, was not intended to portray any kind of negativity. See more
[Inquiring about a message
Jeepers. What does it say?
"To the Justice Guild, prepare for our most fiendish plot of all. A crime spree based on the four elements of the ancient world: Fire, air, water and earth. Catch us if you can, dastardly yours, The Injustice Guild".
What kind of criminals tip off the authorities?
The worst kind. I doubt there's enough good between the four of them to care for a wounded puppy.
Justice League Theme
Written by Lolita Ritmanis See more