Custer was a recurring character on the TV series Dr. Custer and Buffalo Bill: "He was a mighty handsome man.
In Percival Everett 's novel God's Country, Custer is portrayed as a cross-dressing homosexual who eats raw meat. The player is saved by a time-travel organization just as Custer is killed in the background.
Countless paintings of "Custer's Last Stand" were made, including one mass-distributed by the Anheuser-Busch brewing company. Custer went West to meet his destiny. Custer maintained that he was simply being made a scapegoat for a failed campaign, and his old friend General Phil Sheridan agreed, calling Custer back to duty in Custer was a short-lived television series starring Wayne Maunder in the title role.
In the eyes of the army, Custer redeemed himself by his November attack on Black Kettle's band on the banks of the Washita River.