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George Washington

The Religious Affiliation of
George Washington
 

Religion: Anglican / Episcopalian CBR Scale: S

Name: George Washington

Classification: real/historical person real/historical person  

Publisher(s): Marvel DC

Earliest Appearance Listed in This Database: Washington Under the British Flag (1909)

Creators: Charles Kent, J. Stuart Blackton, Joseph Kilgour (actor)

Number of Appearances: 204

   Comic Book Appearances: 51

   TV, Film Appearances: 152

   Video Game, Computer Game Appearances: 1

Occupation: farmer, general, U.S. President

Birth Place: Westmoreland, Virginia, USA

Race: white

Gender: male

Brainiac, one of Superman's greatest foes, was introduced in the story titled "The Super-Duel in Space" in Action Comics #242 (July 1958). In this story, Brainiac shrinks a number of Earth's greatest cities and transports them into bottles on his space ship. One of the cities is New York. In panel 1 on page 6 of this story, Brainiac uses tweezers to rip up the George Washington Bridge. A shrunken New York City motorist on the bridge is startled, saying, "Help! Giant tweezers ripped the George Washington Bridge loose!"


This character is in the following 32 stories which have been indexed by this website:
Action Comics (vol. 1) #242 (July 1958): "The Super-Duel in Space" (mentioned)
Adventure Comics (vol. 1) #323 (Aug. 1964): "How Krypto Made History!"
The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #208 (Sep. 1980): "Fusion!" (mentioned)
Anarky (vol. 2) #7 (Nov. 1999): "When Johnny Comes Marching Home"
Archie Comics #36 (Jan.-Feb. 1949): "The Spirit of '48" (dream)
Captain America
Daredevil
Dark Avengers #10 (Dec. 2009) (mentioned)
Deadpool (vol. 4) #1 (Jan. 2013): "In Wade We Trust"
Detective Comics (vol. 1) #331 (Sep. 1964): "Museum of Mixed-Up Men!" (statue)
The Egg (1922) (mentioned)
Flash Comics #66 (Aug.-Sep. 1945): "The Story of Young George Washington" (lead character)
Green Lantern (vol. 1) #1 (Fall 1941): "Will Power is the Flame of the Green Lantern! My Flame Shall Be Yours If You Develop Will Power!"
Hulk
JLA #3 (Mar. 1997): "War of the Worlds" (statue)
Leading Comics #3 (Summer 1942): "The Tyrants of Time!" (statue)
Marvel Knights 4 #10 (Nov. 2004): "The Stuff of Nightmares: Part 1" (mentioned)
New Fun #2 (Mar. 1935): "George Washington" (lead character)
Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. #6 (Aug. 2006) (mentioned)
Superboy (vol. 1) #2 (May-June 1949): "George Washington's Drum!"
Superman (vol. 1) #48 (Sep.-Oct. 1947): "Autograph, Please!"
Thunderbolts (vol. 1) #136 (Nov. 2009) (mentioned)
The Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #134 (June 1980): "Too Late, the Heroes!" (mentioned)
Washington at Valley Forge (1914) (lead character)
Washington Under the British Flag (1909) (lead character)
X-Men
Yorktown (1924) (lead character)


Suggested links for further research about this character and the character's religious affiliation:
  - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington
  - http://www.adherents.com/people/pw/George_Washington.html
  - http://www.comicvine.com/george-washington/29-36452/
  - http://comicbookdb.com/character.php?ID=13164
  - http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0028228/
  - http://www.airpower.maxwell.af.mil/airchronicles/aureview/1976/jul-aug/edavis.html
  - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_depictions_of_George_Washington