History

Mount Rushmore is a National Monument built to commemorate some of the United States' greatest presidents. In most universes these faces are that of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.

In 1943, shortly after the construction of the monument had run out of funding, the work was almost destroyed by Eric Ward a Nazi sympathizer. However the attempt was foiled by the Human Torch and Toro.[1]

The invasion of extra-dimensional Electra warriors from Dimension X was frustrated when at least three of the huge statues apparently moved, leaving huge footprints on the soil, and intimidated the Electra advanced party. The animated statues proved to be immune to the extra-dimensional warriors' weapons. Scientist Lynwood, who had accidentally summoned the aliens, discovered what happened, or so he thought, but decided to not tell it; he however believed that the presidents had protected the nation.[2]

One of the faces was partially damaged when Captain Marvel used it as a launching pad when he flew to Kree-Lar[3]

A Secret government bio-research lab was later discovered underneath Mount Rushmore which contained the dangerous US-made bio-weapon which was engineered by Project Bloodwash under the command of Secretary Dell Rusk, the weapon spread dangerously and killed many people before being stopped by The Avengers[4]

Alternate Realities

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Earth-1089

The Avengers were able to separate the Venom Symbiote from The Hulk at Mount Rushmore.

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Earth-3515

After Thor took over the Earth, he included his face and that of his father in the Mount.[5]

Earth-9997

Following the death of Captain America, a number of Earth heroes honor his sacrifice by getting the Thing and Alicia Masters-Grimm add his face to Mount Rushmore.[6]

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Earth-807128

Mount Rushmore was appended to have the Red Skull's face emblazoned on it as well.[7]

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Earth-TRN461

One Memorial Day, Spider-Man visited Mount Rushmore.[8]


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