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Shaggy Man (02)
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Bio:
After Professor Zagarian's indestructible creation, the original Shaggy Man, had run amok, the Flash had Zagarian construct a second Shaggy Man to battle the first. The JLA trapped the two creatures (plus a Moon Creature they had recently battled) in a deep pit hoping that they would fight each other for eternity. That would have succeeded were it not for the inference of Hector Hammond, who freed the original Shaggy Man and had it battle the JLA once again. The second Shaggy Man later resurfaced in Russia, fighting the Soviet Army and the JLA until the Batman tricked it into climbing aboard a missile that rocketed into space.

Notes:


First Appearance: Justice League of America (1960) #45

Other Identities:
General Wade Eiling
General (DC)(02 - Wade Eiling)

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Issue Appearances:
General Mills Presents: Justice League (2011)
JLA (1997)
Justice League of America (1960)
Justice League Sourcebook (1990)
Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985)

Group Affiliation(s):
International Ultramarine Corps

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