The Tiny Terror?

Real Name


First Appearance

Black Terror #22 (1948)

Original Publisher


Created by

Sheldon Mayer


When the Black Terror returned to the present after his battle with Kroll Mull, he took a little souvenir from the future--a tiny robotic Black Terror doll. He left it with the Fibbers Club for twenty-four hours to prove the truth of his exploit. The doll appeared to be sentient and promised to answer any questions that didn't "violate professional ethics."

Golden Age Appearances

  • Black Terror #22


  • The name given in this article is a conjecture based on the character's appearance.
  • The Nedor comics were renewed by Popular Library, which was eventually bought out by Fawcett Books. When Fawcett went out of business, Popular Library was sold to Warner Bros. A number of different publishers, however, are currently/have been using these characters without any lawsuits from Warner Bros., so any action over them is (probably) unlikely. They are still, however, "use at your own risk" characters.
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