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This Sandbox keeps track of all of mainline DC Hitler's 177 appearances. To claim an issue, just put your name next to it, just like you would on a discussion date page. Once you've read the issue, spoiler it out so we can see it's been read, then write down a sentence or two detailing what he does in that comic - once we've gotten everything, we'll combine the worst four or five to create the EP.

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Some stories may feature Hitler's clone, who doesn't count - he kills himself when he sees how bad his "father" was. Luckily the clone only has three appearances, so it shouldn't be much of an issue, but we're only looking for regular Hitler here.

This list specifically mentions flashbacks, cameos, and other unique appearances (such as visions and dreams), but it does not mention posthumous appearances (if any exist).

Some of the books on this list are reprints; I assume in those scenarios that if you read one of them, for all intents and purposes you've read both. When you claim a book, do a CTRL+F on the list to see if there's any with an identical title - I may not have caught all of the reprints and checking them all off at once will make things easier.

If the issue number and title don't match up, it's safe to assume that the title is the correct one of the two - check the link to double check this if such a discrepancy occurs just to be safe.

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  • Action Comics:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #46 - "Zatara versus Hitler"—Tries to bomb England with an armada of fighter planes
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #56 - "The Man the Whole World Feared"—Hires an assassin to kill a hero for him
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #63 - "A Right in Der Fuehrer's Face"—Makes a plan to drop lethal gas all over England
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #65 - "Schickelgruber's Nightmare"—Tries to bomb England again
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #516 - "Time And Time Again!"—Employs Vandal Savage to kill thousands of American troops
  • Adventure Comics: (one is a reprint of the other)
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #314 - "The Super-Villains of All Ages!"—Steals Superboy's body with Alaktor's help, then betrays Alaktor to take over the galaxy with fellow villains Nero and Dillinger. Hitler plans to rename Earth "New Germany" and institute his regime on a galactic scale, then betray and destroy Nero and Dillinger.
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    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #501 - "The Super-Villains of All Ages!"—Same as above as it is a reprint.
  • Adventures of the Outsiders:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #34 - "Against All Odds" (features the Hitler clone, main Hitler's in flashback)—Nothing of consequence
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #44 - "The Outsiders At Bat"—Nothing of consequence—except playing baseball against the heroes in a parody lol
  • All-American Comics:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #46 - "Mission to Germany"—When one of his men accidentally insults him, he sends him to a concentration camp with orders for daily beatings and his ears to be cut off.
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #49 - "Hitler Hates the Red Tornado" (cameo)—Nothing of consequence
  • The All-New Atom:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #14 - "The Hunt for Ray Palmer (Part III of IV) - Heavens to Bisty"—Nothing of consequence
  • All-Out War:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #4 - "Death Comes in Threes"—Sacrifices the lives of 3 of his body doubles to save himself
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #6 - "The Double Death of Adolf Hitler"—Murders his wife Eva Braun, coaxes his command staff to suicide, then tricks his latest body double into being killed so he can fake his death and continue the war. He seemingly dies in this comic, but that obviously doesn't stick.
  • All-Star Comics:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #13 - "Shanghaied into Space"—Steals food from entire countries to feed himself and his followers while leaving thousands to suffer in starvation
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #14 - "Food for Starving Patriots"—Lots of evidence of his horrible reign is shown, from camps where prisoners are being tortured to cities subjugated and engaging in mass shootings of anyone who even speaks wrong of the Nazis
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #16 - "The Justice Society Fights for a United America"—Tries to assassinate the President and spread hateful rhetoric and propaganda worldwide to cause civil wars
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #24 - "This Is Our Enemy!"—More evidence of people suffering under his reign
  • All-Star Comics 80-Page Giant #1 (1999) - "Thunderstruck!"
  • (Lightysnake)All-Star Squadron:
    • Volume 1, #2 - "The Tyrant Out of Time!" (flashback)
    • Volume 1, #4 - "Day of the Dragon King!" (flashback)
    • Volume 1, #9 - "Should Old Acquaintance Be Destroyed..." (flashback)
    • Volume 1, #11 - "Star Smasher's Secret"
    • Volume 1, #12 - "Doomsday Begins at Dawn" (might be flashback only)
    • Volume 1, #15 - "Crisis on Earth-Prime! Book Four: Master of Worlds and Time!"
    • Volume 1, #23 - "The Secret Origin of... Amazing-Man!" (cameo)
    • Volume 1, #36 - "Thunder Over London!"
    • Volume 1, #37 - "Lightning in Berlin!"
    • Volume 1, #49 - "Death-Sword at Sunrise!"
    • Volume 1, #50 - "Crisis Point!" (flashback)
    • Volume 1, #60 - "The End of the Beginning"
    • Volume 1, #61 - The Origin of Liberty Belle" (flashback)
  • (ACW) Amazing World of DC Comics Special #1 (1976) - "How Superman Would End the War"
  • America vs. the Justice Society (may be noncanon):
    • (STAR) Volume 1, #1 - "I Accuse" (cameo in flashback)—Uses the Spear to summon the Valkyries, tries to invade England, and tries to bomb DC and kill FDR
    • (STAR) Volume 1, #2 - "Trial By Congress" (flashback)—Using the Spear, he creates a magical aura to convert magic users to his side.
    • (STAR) Volume 1, #3 - "Hostile Witness" (flashback)—Nothing of consequence
    • (STAR) Volume 1, #4 - "D-Day for Degaton" (flashback)—Nothing of consequence
  • Armageddon: Inferno:
    • Volume 1, #3 - "The Last Hope" (flashback)
  • Batman:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #14 - "Swastika Over the White House" (it's apparently just a picture)—Nothing of consequence
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #552 - "The Greatest Evil" (in a vision)—Nothing of consequence
  • Batman Confidential:
    • Volume 1, #38 - "Blackhawk Down, Part Three" (on a screen)
  • (Scraggle) Batman: Incorporated:
    • Volume 1, #5 - "Masterspy" (flashback) - Nothing of note
  • Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Annual:
    • Volume 1, #1 - "Duel" (a hallucination?)
  • (Scraggle) The Best of DC:
    • Volume 1, #21 - "The Untold Origin of the Justice Society"
  • (Scraggle) Blackhawk:
    • Volume 1, #261 - "The Domino Theory"
    • Volume 1, #262 - "Der Fuhrer's Face!"
    • Volume 1, #263 - "Only One Survives!"
    • Volume 1, #266 - "The New Recruit" (flashback)
    • Volume 1, #267 - "Behind Enemy Lines"
    • Volume 1, #269 - "Changes"
    • Volume 1, #272 - "The Domino Principle!"
    • Volume 2, #1 - "Blood and Iron" (cameo)
  • Blue Beetle:
    • Volume 7, #20 - "Fear to Live" (dream sequence)
  • Booster Gold:
    • Volume 2, #25 - "BLACK and BLUE: Part 2 of 2" (cameo)
  • Boy Commandos:
    • Volume 1, #1 - "Fourth Story"
  • The Brave and the Bold:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #146 - "The Secret That Saved a World!"(flashback)—Sent spies into America that endanger a small pocket of targets.
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #188 - "A Grave As Wide As The World! - Part 1: A Moon For Madmen!" (picture)—Nothing of consequence, just appears in a picture.
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #189 - "A Grave as Wide as the World! - Part Two: Dead Men Tell No Tales!" (picture)—Nothing of consequence, just appears in a picture.
  • Challengers of the Unknown:
    • Volume 2, #8 - "One Life to Give!" (flashback)
  • (Scraggle) Comic Cavalcade:
    • Volume 1, #1 - "Hitler is a Bum"
    • Volume 1, #2 - "Wanted by Hitler, Dead or Alive" (mentioned) and "The Haunted Tank"
    • Volume 1, #8 - "Heroes in Dungarees"
  • Day of Judgement Secret Files and Origins #1 (1999) - "The Destiny Dilemma"
  • DC Challenge:
    • Volume 1, #9 - "All This and World War, Too!"
  • DC Comics Presents:
    • Volume 1, #69 - "Back To World War II"
  • (Scraggle) DC Special:
    • Volume 1, #29 - "The Untold Origin of the Justice Society" (might be the same as The Best of DC)
  • (Scraggle) DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest:
    • Volume 1, #6 - "The Eye of Evil" (reprinted from Ghosts #18)
    • Volume 1, #21 - "Stop the War—I Want to Get Off" (reprinted from ''Sgt. Rock #196)
  • DC Special Series:
    • Volume 1, #8 - "Hell Is for Heroes" (ghost)
    • Volume 1, #9 - "The Cosmic Quest for the Disc of Mars"
  • The Demon:
    • Volume 3, #46 - "Haunted Glory Part 1" (flashback)
  • Detective Comics:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #69 - "The Siege of Krovka"—Tries to mount several violent assaults against Russia
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #78 - "Freedom Station"—Nothing of consequence
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #103 - "The Retreat of Battalion O" (cameo)—Nothing of consequence
  • The Dreaming Special (1998) - "Trial and Error"
  • The Essential Wonder Woman Encyclopedia (2010) - it's literally just an encyclopedia, but he's in it, might as well look
  • Final Crisis: Revelations:
    • Volume 1, #4 - "Final Crisis: Revelations - Part Four" (flashback)
  • (Scraggle) Flash Comics:
    • Volume 1, #40 - "Into Frozen Russia"
    • Volume 1, #41 - "Ghost Patrol Unfair"
    • Volume 1, #43 - "Ghost Patrol in Action"
    • Volume 1, #44 - "The Demented Dictator"
  • Forever People:
    • Volume 2, #6 - "Forever and a Day!" (flashback)
  • (Scraggle) G.I. Combat:
    • Volume 1, #204 - "A Film For The Führer"
    • Volume 1, #208 - "The Barbarian Bomb"
    • Volume 1, #212 - "The Killer Stars"
    • Volume 1, #214 - "Rolling Fortress"
    • Volume 1, #228 - "The 21st Hostage"
    • Volume 1, #237 - "A Handful of Heroes!"
    • Volume 1, #240 - "The Demon Tank"
    • Volume 1, #241 - "The Secret Everybody Knew"
    • Volume 1, #265 - "Killer Light"
    • Volume 1, #266 - "The Killer Nobody Believed!"
    • Volume 1, #275 - "The Secret General!"
  • Ghosts:
    • Volume 1, #18
  • History of the DC Universe:
    • Volume 1, #1 - "The History of the DC Universe" (flashback)
  • Infinity, Inc.:
    • Volume 1, #30 - "What Private Griefs" (flashback)
  • JSA:
    • Volume 1, #68 - "Chapter 1: Making History" (cameo on a screen)
  • JSA Classified:
    • Volume 1, #8 - "The Spear and the Dragon, Part One" (flashback)
  • Justice League of America (1960):
    • Volume 1, #208 - "Crisis on Earth-Prime! Book Three: The Bomb-Blast Heard 'Round the World!" (vision)
    • Volume 1, #231 - "Family Crisis!" (cameo)
  • Last Days of the Justice Society (STAR)
  • Mister Miracle:
    • Volume 2, #4 - "Dark Days" (flashback)
  • My Greatest Adventure:
    • Volume 1, #81 - "The Nightmare Maker" (cameo in flashback)
  • New Teen Titans:
    • Volume 2, #2 - "The Book of Blood"
  • (Lightysnake) Our Army At War:
    • Volume 1, #196 - "Stop the War - I Want to Get Off!" (illusion)
    • Volume 1, #252 - "The Young Wolves"
    • Volume 1, #269 - "Stop the War - I Want to Get Off!" (reprinted from #196)
    • Volume 1, #272 - "The Bloody Flag" (flashback)
  • The Outsiders:
    • Volume 1, #6 - "The Outsiders At Bat"
    • Volume 3, #43 - "Mad Scientists, Part Four: The Man Behind The Curtain" (flashback)
  • The Power Of Shazam:
    • Volume 1, #8 - "After the Fall..." (unconfirmed? I have no idea what that means)
    • Volume 1, #9 - "The Power of Shazam!" (unconfirmed again)
  • Ragman: Suit of Souls (2010)
  • Rip Hunter:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #20 - "Adolf Hitler's Greatest Secret"—Forces Rip Hunter to assist him in an attempt to bring about Nazi victory in World War II, by threatening the man's friends including a child.
  • (Scraggle) Secret Origins:
    • Volume 2, #19 - "The Coming of Uncle Sam"
    • Volume 2, #22 - "No Man Escapes the Manhunters" (flashback)
    • Volume 2, #27 - "Second Movement: The Length of His Sleeve"
    • Volume 2, #31 - "The Secret Origin of the Justice Society of America"
    • Volume 2, #43 - "Adventure Inside Earth" (cameo)
  • Sensation Comics:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #4 - "Smashing the Supply Train"—Nothing of consequence.
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #16 - "Attack on Pettigrew Field"—Orders a new Stratofighter be used to attack and bombard America, and threatens one of his own men if he doesn't pull it off in a ridiculous timeframe.
  • (Lightysnake) Sgt. Rock:
    • Volume 1, #339 - "I Was Here Before!"
    • Volume 1, #395 - "Stop The War - I Want to Get Off!" (reprinted again)
    • Volume 2, #20 - "Stop The War - I Want to Get Off!" (and again)
  • The Shadow Strikes!:
    • Volume 1, #20 - "The Star and the Twisted Cross" (behind the scenes??)
  • The Spectre:
    • Volume 3, #20 - "Spear of Destiny, Part Two: Strange Friends" (flashback)
    • Volume 3, #21 - "Spear of Destiny, Part Three: Troubled Waters" (flashback)
  • Spectre Annual:
    • Volume 2, #1 - "Ghost, Dead Man, Devil-Child..." (cameo)
  • Spirit World - "Nostradamus" (flashback)
  • (Lightysnake) Star-Spangled Comics:
    • Volume 1, #3 - "Fury of the Fighting Duo" (imposter?)
    • Volume 1, #6 - "The Plot to Destroy the Statue of Liberty"
    • Volume 1, #13 - "Menace of the Blaster" (cameo)
  • (Lightysnake) Star-Spangled War Stories:
    • Volume 1, #93 - "Goliath of the Western Front"
    • Volume 1, #156 - "Assassination"
    • Volume 1, #204 - "The Unknown Soldier Must Die!"
  • Strange Adventures:
    • (therealjackieboy) Volume 1, #3 - "The Secret Fate of Adolph Hitler"
  • Superboy:
    • (ACW) Volume 1, #168 - "Leave Us... or We Perish!"
  • Superman:
    • (ACW) Volume 1, #20 - "Destroyers From the Depths"
    • (ACW) Volume 1, #22 - "Meet the Squiffles"
    • (ACW) Volume 1, #678 - "The Coming of Atlas, Part Two - Time Lost" (flashback)
  • Superman Family:
    • (ACW) Volume 1, #168 - "Jimmy's D-Day Adventure" (reprint)
  • Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen:
    • (ACW) Volume 1, #86 - "Jimmy's D-Day Adventure"
  • Our Worlds at War:
    • Volume 1, #1 - "Behind the Lines" (flashback)
  • Swamp Thing:
    • Volume 2, #62 - "Wavelength" (vision)
    • Volume 2, #82 - "Brothers in Arms (Part II)" (on a poster?)
    • Volume 2, #83 - "Brothers in Arms (Part I)"
  • Teen Titans:
    • Volume 1, #19 - "You Can't Go Home Again, Part Three"
  • Time Warp:
    • Volume 2, #1 - "It's Full of Demons" (maybe? It's unclear)
  • (Lightysnake) Unknown Soldier:
    • Volume 1, #207 - "Kill the King!"
    • Volume 1, #217 - "Dictators Never Sleep!"
    • Volume 1, #218 - "The Unknown Soldier Must Die!"
    • Volume 1, #228 - "Heroes Don't Have Crowns"
    • Volume 1, #230 - "To Save a Sparrow!"
    • Volume 1, #231 - "Bridge of No Return!"
    • Volume 1, #234 - "Jungle Showdown!"
    • Volume 1, #248 - "The Hero who Never Was!"
    • Volume 1, #250 - "The Traitor Without a Face!"
    • Volume 1, #260 - "The Rust Bucket Mutiny!"
    • Volume 1, #264 - "Hell is a Cold Place!"
    • Volume 1, #268 - "A Farewell to War"
  • Weird War Tales:
    • (therealjackieboy) Volume 1, #26 - "The Survivor"
    • (therealjackieboy) Volume 1, #50 - "An Appointment with Destiny"
    • (therealjackieboy) Volume 1, #105 - "Stolen Skin"
    • (therealjackieboy) Volume 1, #107 - "Seize the Time!"
    • (therealjackieboy) Volume 3, #1 - "Armistice Night"
  • Wonder Woman:
    • (STAR) Volume 1, #2 - "The God of War"
    • (STAR) Volume 1, #228 - "Retreat to Tomorrow!"
    • (STAR) Volume 1, #229 - "Tomorrow Belongs to Me" (illustration)
    • (STAR) Volume 1, #231 - "This War has Been Cancelled"
    • (STAR) Volume 2, #132 - "Shadows of the Past"
    • (STAR) Volume 2, #133 - "Masquerade"
  • '(Lgihtysnake) 'World's Finest'':
    • Volume 1, #12 - "Golden Victory"
    • Volume 1, #246 - "The Baron's Name is Blitzkrieg" (flashback)
    • Volume 1, #247 - "The Man in the Doomsday Mask"
    • Volume 1, #250 - "The Reality War!" (vision)
  • Young All-Stars:
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #20 - "Secrets"—Nothing of consequence
    • (Ravok) Volume 1, #27 - "Meanwhile..." (flashback)—Nothing of consequence
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