Amanda Waller gets several in her interactions with Batman: in "Ultimatum" she calls Batman "rich boy", telling him that she knows exactly who he is and actually intimidating him. In "The Doomsday Sanction", she reacts to Batman breaking into her home and confronting her in the shower by verbally bitchslapping him and actually convincing him of the threat that the Justice League would pose if they would go rogue.
Batman: Whatever you think you're doing, if you present a threat to the world, the Justice League will take you down.
Amanda Waller: If we present a threat?! You've got a spaceship floating over our heads with a laser weapon pointing down. In another dimension, seven of you overthrew the government and assassinated the President. We're the good guys, protecting our country from a very real threat.
Shining Knight (to Eiling): Do your worst, I'll not let you harm another.
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.
Eiling: Then you're a lousy soldier.
Clocks Sir Justin across the jaw, staggering him.
Shining Knight (panting & rubbing his jaw): There it is, the creeping moral decay of the past thousand years. (Attacks Eiling) Arthur thanked me, oaf! Had I been wrong, I would have handed over my sword and left the court in shame!
Attacks Eiling again, only to be wrenched from his sword and thrown several feet
Eiling: Save yourself a hospital-stay and stand down. That magic armor won't help you.
Justin doesn't listen and gets to his feet to go hand-to-hand with Eiling, only to be completely outclassed
Eiling: You're a relic. In this world, power is the only thing that matters. You and those other no-name heroes? You're just people. In the great scheme of things, nothing you do has the least bit of significance. (punches Justin across the street, wounding him grievously) I'll waste you and a billion others like you before I let any power rival America's. It's my duty.
Eiling: You can't win.
Shining Knight (rising shakily to his feet): I'll die as befits a knight, defending the weak.
Eiling: Why don't you give up?!
Shining Knight: Why don't you?
"The Once And Future Thing":
- That, and Vigilante riding a motorbike towards his enemy at high speed, jumping off at the last moment and shooting it so it exploded on impact. It didn't work, but still...
- Two more: Vigilante taking care of getting a few boys in the crowd out of there by telling them to "do the very important job" of pseudo-crowd control, and then one of these boys hurling a demolition ball at the General when he was about to kill S.T.R.I.P.E.
- Vigilante is just CMOA incarnate. Every time he shows up, you know the coolness will get turned up mighty quick. He is voiced by Nathan Fillion...
- The final crowning moment goes to the old woman at the end, who with just one line stopped Eiling in his tracks. ("Tell me, son: how many of us do you have to kill to keep us safe?") One more line from one of Vigilante's "deputies" (the kids) and Eiling leaves peacefully. Granted, this is Metropolis and the citizens have seen their share of supervillains, but facing down someone who took out seven Leaguers with almost no effort still takes balls.
- Nine words: "You're the only one around here with super powers."
- How about Green Arrow and Speedy's quantum arrows?
- And then when that doesn't work, they rush him with nothing but their bows. They know they don't stand a chance, and yet they didn't even hesitate.
- The Entire episode is a Crowning Moment for The Seven Soldiers of Victory from beginning to end. From showing the skeptical crowd at the parade their just as cool as The A-list Heroes,(No doubt after the episode they got a Parade of their own) to Refusing to give up no matter what despite the odds. Even Crimson Avenger who got a screentime of about 20 seconds before getting KO'ed, without fear fires his Gas gun at Eiling which causes him to stagger backwards. Proof that you don't need superpowers to be a Hero. Sometimes Courage is the best superpower to have.
Batman: Six guns, six of us. Nobody miss! (They don't.)
- What makes it even better is that Green Lantern makes his shot with an actual six-shooter, and not his ring.
- Chronos punishing a traitorous mook by sending him back in time to the Cretaceous period. In just the right time and place to get directly smacked by an oncoming asteroid. His wide-eyed, near-deadpan delivery of "Aw, phooey" doesn't hurt.
- Even better, by comparison, if you remember how awful it was when a DC character last asked that question.
Warhawk: What are you supposed to do when you have the weight of the world on your shoulders?
Green Lantern: Plant your feet.
- And lets not forget that there's Justice League Batman meeting Batman Beyond Bruce. That old Bruce not only goes with the group as himself but also plays the bad cop to Batman and actually scares the mook more as an old man than his past self does as fully decked-out Batman. Static and GL put it best:
Static: Wow, Batman playing good cop.
Green Lantern: Everything's relative.
Bruce: Go ahead. (reaches for his belt) Give me an excuse.