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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The chemical that gives Eiling his power is called "Captain Nazi" serum, a reference to the Marvel Comics hero Captain America. who used Super Soldier Serum to become a (non-powered) superhero. 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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[Green Arrow and Speedy are pelting Eiling with arrows, which are having no effect]
General Wade Eiling: You spoiled, rich little twerp!
Green Arrow: I think he means me.
Speedy: Oh. For a second, I was all mad.
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References Dirty Harry (1971) See more »

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Superheroes as Underdogs
4 June 2008 | by (Burlington, VT) – See all my reviews

This very entertaining episode features several rank & file Justice League members - none with any natural powers - forced to take on a Superman-level villain.

There is something endearing about these not-so-super superheroes trying to rise to the occasion. Everybody likes the idea of being "super," but when it comes down to brass tacks, there's no hero like an underdog.

Still, my favorite part of the episode is at the beginning, when they substitute for Superman at a parade. The assignment is humiliating, and the crowd's disappointment makes it worse still. Thank goodness the fast-talking western hero Vigilante gets his fellow heroes to show off a little!


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