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Lobo, Señor. Señor Lobo was created by Erle Stanley Gardner (Black Barr, Major Copley Brane, Terry Clane, Bertha Cool, Ken Corning, Speed Dash, Jax Keen, Barney Killigen, Bob Larkin, Lester Leith, The Man in the Silver Mask, Perry Mason, Ed Migraine, Patent Leather Kid, Phantom Crook, Paul Pry (II), Doug Selby, Pete Wennick, White Rings, Gramps Wiggins, Bob Zane, Sidney Zoom) and appeared in twenty-three stories in Detective Fiction Weekly from 1930 to 1934, beginning with "The Choice of Weapons" (Detective Fiction Weekly, July 12, 1930).
Arnaz de Lobo is a hard-bitten soldier of fortune who hires his gun out in countries across Central and South America. He is a “professional revolutionist and solder of fortune, one time instructor in the art of dueling.” He is “tall, thin, with muscles like whip-cords, a skin which despite his American ancestry was bronzed by years of campaigning in the revolutionary hotbeds of Central and South America.” He is a top swordsman.
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