Real Name


First Appearance

Silver Streak Comics #13 (August, 1941)

Original Publisher

Lev Gleason

Created by

Jeff Remon


Thun-Dohr was a young American raised as a lama in the monastery of Lha-I-Ha in Tibet. His parents had taken him with them on a dangerous trek through the Himalayas while he was only an infant, and they had frozen to death, but managed to protect him. The young blue eyed, blond haired American boy was found and raised by the monks of Lha-I-Ha, and showed unusual promise as a student of the art of Gom-Pa. He took the tests of Potala, and demonstrated power rivaling that of the 300 year old Dhali Lama who raised him.

Thun-Dohr demonstrated the following abilities:

  • to teleport himself over great distances in the blinks of an eye, disappearing within rings of fire;
  • to communicate with people through astral projection;
  • telekinetic powers
  • the ability to cast illusions through mental suggestion;
  • to use the power of his mind to make himself immune to the heat of flames;
  • to put himself into a state of suspended animation in order to survive being encased in ice, or being placed in an airless vacuum;
  • his body had been trained to be physically strong, and he was an excellent martial artist.

Thun-Dohr eventually left the monastery to track down the evil Sin Khaii, an outcast lama who had stolen Pandora's Box and planned to bring humanity to its knees.

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Thun-Dohr battles two of the Black Pharaoh's minions.

Golden Age Appearances

  • Silver Streak Comics #13-14


His costume appears in a variety of colors, and with bare and covered legs in both his appearances, likely due to the inexpensive coloring techniques of the time.