Adolf Hitler

The Religious Affiliation of
Adolf Hitler

Religion: Nazi CBR Scale: D

Name: Adolf Hitler

Other Names: Adolph Hitler; Adolf Schicklgruber Hitler; Reichskanzler; Der Führer; Adolf Shickelgruber Hitler

Classification: villain villain   real/historical person real/historical person  

Publisher(s): Shochiku Kinema

Earliest Appearance Listed in This Database: Uma Kaeru (1935)

Earliest Appearance Listed in This Database (Additional Details): (Marvel, cover) Captain America Comics #1 (Mar. 1941): "Case No. 1. Meet Captain America"; (Marvel, story) Captain America Comics #2 (Apr. 1941): "Trapped in the Nazi Stronghold"; (DC Comics) "Fights the Nazis in Europe" in Action Comics (v1) #46

Creators: Torajiro Saito, Akira Fushimi, Konparu Minamizato (actor)

Number of Appearances: 1,593

   Comic Book Appearances: 632

   TV, Film Appearances: 309

   TV, Film Appearances As Himself: 650

   Video Game, Computer Game Appearances: 2

Enemy of: Captain America, The Howling Commandos, All-Star Squadron

Ally: Benito Mussolini

Nation: Germany

Birth Place: Braunau am Inn, Austria

Race: white

Gender: male

Note that the cover dates of the issues of Captain America Comics in which Hitler first appeared may appear confusing: Captain America Comics #1 (May 1941), followed by an issue published later, but with a seemingly earlier cover date, Captain America Comics #2 (Apr. 1941). These are the actual, correct cover dates.

Adolf, Osamu Tezuka's last major work before his death in 1989, is his first full-length work available in English. It's the story of three individuals named Adolf: a Jewish boy living in Japan, a half-Japanese/half- German boy, and the leader of Nazi Germany. This is a wonderfully fresh perspective on the events of World War II. The first issue in this mini-series series was Adolf #1 (22 Mar. 1996).

Adolf Hitler is a significant character in the Warrior Nun Areala comics published by Antarctic Press. He is an enemy of the Warrior Nuns and the Catholic Corps. Hitler in these comics is explicitly portrayed as a Nazi occult pagan and an apostate Catholic. He is described as an anti-Christian and a self-excommunicate. Hitler is directly opposed by the Vatican and heroic Catholics, including the Warrior Nuns.

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This character is in the following 122 stories which have been indexed by this website:
Adolf #1 (Nov. 1995): "A Tale of the Twentieth Century"
Adventure Comics (vol. 1) #314 (Nov. 1963): "The Super-Villains of All Ages!"
Adventures of the Outsiders
All-Star Squadron #50 (Oct. 1985): "Crisis Point!" (cameo)
The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #595 (July 2009): "American Son: Part 1" (mentioned)
America vs. the Justice Society
Batman (vol. 1) #167 (Nov. 1964): "Zero Hour for Earth!" (mentioned)
Bleeding Germany (1933)
Blue Ribbon Comics (vol. 1) #16 (Sep. 1941): "Created: The Green Ghoul"
Captain America
Captain America 70th Anniversary Magazine #20 (Winter 2011): "Case No. 1. Meet Captain America" (only on cover)
Captain America Comics
Captain America: Reborn
Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) (someone disguised or dressed as)
Captain America: The Legend #1 (Sep. 1996)
Captain Fearless #1 (Aug. 1941): "The Origin of Captain Fearless" (cameo)
Captain Marvel Adventures #22 (26 Mar. 1943): "Shipyard Sabotage"
Catwoman (vol. 3) #81 (Sep. 2008): "Final Jeopardy, Part 2" (photo/video (4 panels))
Daredevil (vol. 1) #109 (May 1974): "Dying for Dollar$!" (statue)
Daredevil Comics #5 (Nov. 1941): "Claw Still Missing"
Daring Mystery Comics
Dark Reign: The List - Avengers #1 (Nov. 2009) (mentioned)
Dark Reign: Young Avengers #3 (Sep. 2009): "Young Masters: Part Three" (art)
The Doom Patrol (vol. 1) #115 (Nov. 1967): "General Beast Boy--of the Ape Brigade!"
Flaming Carrot Comics (vol. 2) #16 (June 1987): "I Cloned Hitler's Feet!" (clone of)
The Golden Age
Green Lantern (vol. 1) #3 (Spring 1942): "The Living Graveyard of the Sea"
The Human Torch
I Due Kennedy (1969)
Invaders Annual #1 (Aug. 1977): "Okay, Axis -- Here We Come!"
Justice League of America (vol. 2) #10 (Aug. 2007): "The Lightning Saga, Final Chapter: The Villain Is the Hero in His Own Story" (mentioned)
Justice Society of America (vol. 3) #28 (Aug. 2009): "Phantom Menace" (mentioned)
Last Days of the Justice Society of America Special (1986): "The Last Days of the Justice Society"
Martin Mystere #305 (Oct. 2009): "L'ultimo convoglio"
Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #2 (Mid-Sep. 1988): "Cold War" (cameo)
Marvel Knights (vol. 1) #15 (Sep. 2001): "The Unreal World" (mentioned)
Marvel Mystery Comics #58 (Sep. 1944): "The Nazi Super Spy"
Marvel Super-Heroes Secret Wars #4 (Aug. 1984): "Situation: Hopeless!" (mentioned)
Marvel Treasury Special Featuring Captain America's Bicentennial Battles #1 (June 1976)
Marvel Two-in-One Annual #1 (1976): "Their Name is Legion!" (cameo)
Marvel Universe
Marvel: The Lost Generation #5 (Oct. 2000): "Wild in the Streets"
The Marvels Project
Master Comics #21 (Dec. 1941): "The Coming of Captain Nazi"
Megaton Man
Monsters Unleashed #6 (June 1974): "The Waters of Werewolves" (cameo)
My Greatest Adventure #81 (Aug. 1963): "The Nightmare Maker" (cameo)
Mystic Comics
Mythos: Captain America #1 (Aug. 2008)
Outsiders (vol. 3) #43 (Feb. 2007): "Mad Scientists, Finale: The Man Behind the Curtain" (cameo)
Passover #1 (Dec. 1996): "Passover"
Police Comics #14 (Dec. 1942): "My cousin Whiskers is on his way to visit Dewey" (photo/picture/video)
Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos (vol. 1) #1 (May 1963): "Seven Against the Nazis" (cameo)
Spider-Man: Fear Itself (Feb. 1992) (cameo)
Threshold #2 (Mar. 1998): "Snowman 1944, Chapter Two: Date With a Dick"
The Torch #2 (Dec. 2009) (mentioned)
Uma Kaeru (1935) (lead character)
What If? (vol. 1) #4 (Aug. 1977): "What if the Invaders Had Stayed Together After World War Two?"
Whiz Comics #25 (12 Dec. 1941): "The Origin of Captain Marvel, Jr."
Will It Happen Again? (1948)
World's Finest Comics
X-Factor (vol. 3) #46 (Sep. 2009): "X-It Strategies" (mentioned)
X-Factor Special: Layla Miller #1 (Oct. 2008): "Stuff Happens" (mentioned)
X-Factor: The Quick and the Dead #1 (July 2008): "The Quick and the Dead" (mentioned)
The X-Men
X-Men Forever (vol. 2) #7 (Nov. 2009): "Past Is Prologue" (mentioned)

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