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Justice League (TV Series) Episode: Eclipsed, Part I

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Justice League (TV Series) Episode: Eclipsed, Part I

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Appearing in "Eclipsed, Part I"

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Other Characters:

  • Burns (Single appearance)
  • Chung (Only appearance; dies)
  • Sarge (Only appearance; dies)
  • General McCormick (First appearance)

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  • Flashmobile (First appearance)

Synopsis for "Eclipsed, Part I"

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Trivia

On the episode a Doctor Fredric is mentioned, probably a reference to Fredric Wertham, a psychiatrist and crusading author who protested the purportedly harmful effects of violent imagery in mass media and comic books on the development of children. This is further confirmed when Gordon Godfrey reads a book called The Innocent Seducted, which has a similar name to the original book, written by Wertham, called Seduction of the Innocent. The book suggests comic books are dangerous to children, similar to the TV Series, suggesting the heroes themselves are dangerous


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