âThe Impossible Astronautâ/âDay of the Moonâ
Traveling back to 1969 to investigate Canton Everett Delaware III and, tangentially, the Silence, the Doctor ends up in President Nixonâs Oval Office.
GREEN ARROW/GREEN LANTERN #83
The emerald twosome took on a pair of villains, a cook named Grandy and little girl named Sybil—who were modeled after Spiro Agnew and Richard Nixon. Yes, Nixon was a little girl with mutant powers.
HORROR HOUSE ON HIGHWAY 5
An actor named Ronald Reagan—not the president and, apparently, not his son, Ronald Jr.—played a Nazi doctor with a penchant for serial murder while wearing a Richard Nixon mask.
Well, sorta. For some reason, the folks releasing RoboCop on home video back in 1988 thought itâd be a grand idea to get Nixon to help promote it. Which he did. Which is why this ponderous picture exists.
CAPTAIN AMERICA #144
Col. Nick Fury wants to prove his Femme Force squad of female SHIELD agents are as worthy for action as the male ones, so he has them take out a few Hydra agents ... on camera so President Nixon can see what theyâve got.
FANTASTIC FOUR #104
The US Army unable to handle an Atlantean invasion of NYC, Nixon calls on the Fantastic Four ... who quickly discover that Magnetoâs behind it. However, that revelation doesnât stop the Commander in Chief from ripping Reed a new one.
RICH LITTLEâS A CHRISTMAS CAROL
In 1978, the impressionist did a one-man version of Dickensâ Christmas classic for a TV special ... but he did all of the characters in famous voices. And âNixonâ got all of Jacob Marleyâs lines.