What better way to kick things off than with one of the most bizarre premises for a comic book ever attempted by a major publisher? In 1973, DC Comics made an ill-conceived effort to speak directly to the hip, happening youngsters who purchased their funny books by delivering unto them Prez: First Teen President. How, you ask, did a teenager end up as the leader of the free world? As the comic explains, Prez Rickard—that's the Commander in Chief's name, don't wear it out—was elected as a United States Senator, after which Congress lowered the eligibility age for the presidency to 18 in order to cater to the large percentage of voters under 30, and the rest is history.
As it happens, Prez itself was history after all of four issues, but that was still plenty enough time for the book to make an impression: since then, Neil Gaiman spotlighted him in Sandman, Ed Brubaker wrote a Vertigo Comics one-shot entitled Prez: Smells Like Teen President, Frank Miller leaned heavily on the character in The Dark Knight Strikes Again to create a computer-program president named Rick Rickard, and in 2015 DC kicked off a new 12-issue Prez series, this time focusing on a teenage girl who gets elected president through Twitter.