The Rough Rider
The Progressive Crusader
Always fighting to give Americans a square deal
Alongside his public face as president of the great nation, Theodore Roosevelt continues his struggle to defend the American people in secret, as the noble hero The Rough Rider. Taking the name from a military unit he led in the Spanish American, Teddy uses his secret identity to help bring the progressive movement to the forefront of American Politics.Among his mighty accomplishments:
-Taking on the mighty trusts, which seek to dominate this nation with their ever growing power
-Standing up for the rights of the labor unions, to speak out for the rights of workers
-Protecting customers from the horrors of an unregulated meat industry
-Saving our nations most beautiful natural wonders from destruction with the creation of our national parks
-the digging of the Panama Canal, finally allowing for the bridging of the once indomitable divide between east and west
Armed with his trusty Big Stick of Justice, and accompanied by his loyal sidekick, Upton Sinclair (A.K.A the "Jungle Clearer") and his noble steed "Bully" the Bull Moose, he vigilantly fights to preserve our freedoms and protect our union.
The Rough rider locked in an epic battle with his archnemesis, the Monopoly Sasquatch.
The Rough Rider with his loyal sidekick.
The Rough Rider and his noble Steed cross a river.
The Monopoly Sasquatch
Among his heinous crimes:
-strangling small businesses and competition with his aggressive methods of expanding his company
-bullying labor unions and worker's rights groups, forcing them to accept humiliating conditions
-Swindling American consumers into buying foul meat and poisonous drugs
-Sneaking past regulations to spoil America's beautiful landscape with pollution and waste