Franklin D. Roosevelt

The Religious Affiliation of
Franklin D. Roosevelt

Religion: Episcopalian CBR Scale: S

Name: Franklin D. Roosevelt

Other Names: Franklin Delano Roosevelt; FDR; President Roosevelt

Classification: supporting character supporting character   real/historical person real/historical person  

Publisher(s): DC Marvel

Earliest Appearance Listed in This Database: Cash and Carry (1937) - film 25 in The Three Stooges series

Creators: Clyde Bruckman, Elwood Ullman, Del Lord, Al Richardson (actor)

Number of Appearances: 422

   Comic Book Appearances: 61

   TV, Film Appearances: 95

   TV, Film Appearances As Himself: 266

Occupation: U.S. President

Birth Place: Hyde Park, New York, USA

Gender: male

Roosevelt was seen in Justice League of America #208 (Nov. 1982). However, this was probably not the first time he was depicted in a comic book published by DC Comics.


BELOW: Captain America recalls President Roosevelt's famous quote about fear:

He felt like he was in dangerous territory. You're coming close to going off the reservation, son, he told himself.But if what General Fury was telling him was true, America had fallen a long way since Roosevelt had told the country that the only thing it had to fear was fear itself.

Source: The Ultimates: Against All Enemies (2007), pg. 31. Written by Alex Irvine. See also: fear; Captain America (Steve Rogers); Franklin D. Roosevelt

This character is in the following 28 stories which have been indexed by this website:
Action Comics (vol. 1) #26 (July 1940): "Professor Cobalt's Clinic" (mentioned)
America vs. the Justice Society
Blue Ribbon Comics (vol. 1) #16 (Sep. 1941): "The Origin of Captain Flag"
Captain America
Captain America Comics
Captain America: Reborn #2 (Oct. 2009) (4-panel cameo)
Cash and Carry (1937) - film 25 in The Three Stooges series
Deadpool (vol. 4) #1 (Jan. 2013): "In Wade We Trust"
Holiday Inn (1942) (cameo)
Justice League America #70 (Jan. 1993): "Grieving" (mentioned)
Justice Society of America
Marvel Super-Heroes Secret Wars #12 (Apr. 1985): "...Nothing to Fear..." (mentioned)
The Marvels Project #1 (Oct. 2009) (7-panel cameo)
Police Comics #3 (Oct. 1941): "The Purple Mist"
Special Edition Comics #1 (Aug. 1940): "The Menace of Dr. Allirog" (cameo)
The Ultimates: Against All Enemies (2007) (mentioned)
World's Finest Comics (vol. 1) #250 (Apr.-May 1978): "The Reality War!"
Writer's Block (2014) (mentioned)
X-Men Forever (vol. 2) #7 (Nov. 2009): "Past Is Prologue" (mentioned)

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