Franklin Delano 'FDR' Roosevelt
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Knowing precisely when, why, and how to ask Congress for a Declaration of War.
Crippled and confined to crutches and a wheelchair due to polio.
Lied on his job application in the space marked, "Medical History". Most often seen, in the DCU, in connection with the JSA and All-Star Squadron. In some stories, his role is fairly important, as he serves the Batman's "James Gordon" role of the government figure that highlights the problem in front of the group for that issue.His successor, Harry S Truman, is seen in some issues fulfilling the same role.
32d President of the United States.
Image placed on the dime (after his death) in honor of all his contributions to saving America during the Great Depression and World War II. Also it was fitting to put his image on the dime in honor of the March of Dimes which he founded to find a cure for polio.
First Appearance: None listed.
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1st Issue Special (1975)
#3 Action Comics (1938)
- 'The Freak and the Billion-Dollar Phantom'
#52#663 Adlai Stevenson (1966)
- 'Lost in the '40s Tonight'#665
- 'Wake the Dead!'
Alan Moore's Glory (2001)
All-American Comics (1999)
All-Star Comics 80-Page Giant (1999)
#1 All-Star Squadron (1981)
- 'All-Star Comics 80-Page Giant'
Annual #2 America vs. the Justice Society (1985)
- 'The Ultra War!'Annual #3
- 'Justice Society of America'#1
- 'The World on Fire!'#5
- 'Never Step On A Feathered Serpent!'#7
- 'Carnage For Christmas!'#9
- 'Should Old Acquaintance Be Destroyed...'#10
- 'If an Eye Offend Thee...!'#11
- 'Star Smasher's Secret!'#12
- 'Doomsday Begins at Dawn!'#15
- 'Master of Worlds and Time!'#30
- 'Day of the Black Dragon!'#31
- 'Uncle Sam Wants You!'#32
- 'Crisis on Earth-X! The Prequel'#36
- 'Thunder Over London!'#38
- 'Detroit is Dynamite!'#39
- 'Nobody Gets Out Of Paradise Valley Alive!'#46
- 'Philadelphia-- It Tolls For Thee!'#60
- 'The End Of The Beginning!'#65
- 'The Origin Of Johnny Quick'
#1 B.P.R.D. (2003)
- 'I Accuse'#2
- 'Trial By Congress'#3
- 'Hostile Witness'
B.P.R.D.: The Black Goddess (2009)
Batman: Dark Allegiances (1996)
Batman: Detective #27 (2003)
#258 Blackhawk (1988)
- 'The Death Of Blackhawk Island'#262
- 'Der Fuhrer's Face'
#2 Blue Ribbon Comics (1939)
- 'Book Two: Red Snow'
Capitaine America (1970)
Captain America (1968)
Captain America (1998)
Captain America Comics (1941)
Captain America Comics (Faksimile) (1999)
Captain America: Reborn (2009)
Captain America: Sentinel Of Liberty (1998)
HC Captain America: The Classic Years (1990)
- 'Captain America: Sentinel Of Liberty'#7
- 'When Free Men Shall Stand!
Captain Marvel, Jr. (1942)
Crack Comics (1940)
Crisis on Multiple Earths (2002)
Cura Te Ipsum (2010)
#254 DC Special (1975)
- 'Iím Not Gonna Fall for That, Itís the Oldest Trick in the-'#255
- 'Washington Almost Burned Twice in This Universe'#257
- 'It's Not Tacos for Life, You Cynic'
#29 DC-spesiaali (1994)
- 'The Untold Origin of the Justice Society'
Detective Comics (1937)
#69 Doc Savage (1988)
- 'The Harlequin's Hoax!'#76
- 'Slay 'Em With Flowers'
#23 Dominic Fortune (2009)
- 'Hermes, Messenger Of Death!'
TPB Economix (2013)
- 'Dominic Fortune: It Can Happen Here And Now'#4
OGN SC Fantasy Masterpieces (1966)
- 'Wie unsere Wirtschaft funktioniert (oder auch nicht)'
G.I. Combat (1952)
Giant-Size Avengers/Invaders (2008)
Giant-Size Invaders (1975)
#1 Government Issue: Comics for the People, 1940s-2000s (2011)
- 'The Coming of the Invaders!'#2
- 'A Drive in the Country'
TPB Green Lantern Secret Files (1998)
- 'Government Issue: Comics for the People, 1940s-2000s'
Green Lantern: Fear Itself (1999)
OGN HC Hit Comics (1940)
- 'Green Lantern: Fear Itself'
Infinity Inc. (1984)
Justice League of America (1960)
#193 Justice League Quarterly (1990)
- 'Secret of Genesis'#208
- 'Book Three: The Bomb-Blast Heard 'Round the World!'#209
- 'Let Old Acquaintances Be Forgot...'
Justice Society of America (1992)
#6 Legionnaires (1993)
- 'Give Me Liberty...'
Les Sentiers de la Perdition (2002)
#3 Marvel Legends (2007)
- 'Retour ŗ Perdition'
Marvel Limited: Fantastic Firsts (1994)
Marvel Mystery Comics (1939)
Men of War (1977)
#25 Midnight Sons Unlimited (1993)
- 'Save the President!'
#9 Mystic Comics (1940)
- 'The Blazing Skull & The Spearheads of Vengeance / Little Monsters'
Namor, The Sub-Mariner (1990)
Photo News Features (1974)
#2 RASL (2008)
- 'F.D.R.: The Man Behind The Legend'
Real Fact Comics (1946)
Return To Perdition (2011)
OGN HC Rocketeer Adventures (2012)
- 'Return To Perdition'OGN SC
- 'Return To Perdition'
Secret Origins (1986)
#29 Sgt. Fury (1963)
- 'Featuring Power of The Atom, Mr. America & The Golden Age Red Tornado'#31
- 'Starring Justice Society of America'#45
- 'Featuring Blackhawk, Plus The New El Diablo'
#51 Star Spangled War Stories (1952)
- 'The assassin!'#66
- 'Liberty Rides the Underground'
#167 Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier (2010)
- 'Three Targets For The Viper!'
Sub-Mariner Comics (1941)
#159 Superman (1987)
- 'The Day It Rained Superboys!'
#226 Tales of Suspense (1959)
- 'Superman, This is Your Life, Part 1'
The Best of Marvel Comics (1987)
The Brave and the Bold 80 pg. Giant Annual (2001)
The Human Torch (1940)
The Invaders (1975)
#3 The Jack Kirby Omnibus (2011)
- 'Blitzkrieg at Bermuda'#5
- 'Red Skull in the Sunset'
The Manhattan Projects (2012)
#2 The Marvels Project (2009)
- 'Rocket Man'#3
- 'The Bomb'#4
- 'The Rose Bridge'#5
The Ray (1994)
Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb (2012)
OGN HC Ultimate Origins (2008)
- 'Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb'
Uncle Sam Quarterly (1941)
Wonder Woman (1942)
#230 World's Finest Comics (1941)
- 'The Claws of the Cheetah'#328
- 'To Everything A Season...'
Young All-Stars (1987)
#3 Young Allies Comics (1941)
- 'A Call To Arms'#22
- 'The Allies'
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