The paranoid General Eiling turns himself into a superstrong brute to kill Superman and only seven non-powered soldiers of the JL can deny him victory.

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General Wade Eiling / German Agent / Bystander (voice)
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Shining Knight / Sir Justin / Cop (voice)
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Green Lantern / John Stewart / S.T.R.I.P.E. / Patrick Dugan / Cadmus Scientist (voice)
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Amanda Waller / Elderly Woman (voice)
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Speedy / Roy Harper (voice)
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Johnny / Caitlin O'Shaugnessy-Ruiz (voice)
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Rick Wilson / Nazi Scientist (voice)
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The paranoid General Eiling turns himself into a superstrong brute to kill Superman and only seven non-powered soldiers of the JL can deny him victory.

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25 February 2006 (USA)  »

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The description used for the super-soldier, "Nothing less than an artillery shell will be able to penetrate his skin", originally appeared in one of the earliest Superman comic-books. See more »

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When Eiling approaches the crowd, the boy kneeling behind Shining Knight stands with arms outstretched to confront him about his hypocrisy, but then is kneeling in the same position again. See more »

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[during the parade in Metropolis]
Vigilante: And how about the Shining Knight here? Sir Justin, a genuine knight in armor from the days of King Arthur!
Shining Knight: Friend, I am no mare at auction.
Vigilante: [slaps Justin's horse] Hee-yah!
[Winged Victory spreads his wings and flies into the air. The crowd ooh's and aah's]
Vigilante: How 'bout a big hand for Winged Victory, Sir Justin's horse? And get a look at his magic sword, a gift from Merlin the Magician hisself!
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References Dirty Harry (1971) See more »

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The Seven Soldiers
20 January 2009 | by (Buffalo, NY) – See all my reviews

This is one my favorite episodes of JLU. All the featured heroes have their roots in the Golden Age. The opening black and white sequence features Spy Smasher, a hero created at Fawcett Publications (along with Captain Marvel). The band of heroes substituting for Superman at the parade are Green Arrow, Stargirl, S.T.R.I.P.E., Vigilante and the Shining Knight and the two sent in as reinforcements are Speedy and the Crimson Avenger. This group is a modern incarnation of the Seven Soldiers of Victory, the second oldest assemblage of heroes in comics history, with Stargirl substituting for the Star-Spangled Kid and the modern incarnation of Stripesy. And the four kids who keep butting in are the Newsboy Legion: Big Words, Gabby, Scrapper and Tommy.


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