President George Washington was America's first super-hero. As a boy, he chopped down an entire cherry tree without lying. As a young actor, he starred in the hit series An American Revolution as General Washington, a no-nonsense general who walked on water at Valley Forge and singlehandedly destroyed the British fleet at Boston.
In 1776, Washington became the first winner of Campaign! with his stirring rendition of "America the Beautiful". As POTUS, Washington founded the nation's capital, Washington, D.C., in 1787; in 1790, Washington slew the dragon Tiamat when it attacked Atlanta. He stepped down as POTUS in 1797 to star in his own Oliver Stone biopic, Superman, beginning a trend that would be followed by many ensuiing POTII. After gathering much critical acclaim for his performance, he retired to his Fortress of Solitude in the Arctic Circle, re-emerging only briefly to co-star alongside Michael J. Fox in Spin City.
Years later, a giant phallus was erected in Washington, D.C. in Washington's honor.