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Tit. Tit was created by the Spanish author “Hugo Reyd” (Barbarroja, Buccaneers (II), Cabriola, Courier, the Dagger, Fermin de Castro, Five Invincibles, FlorianJack & Dolly, Millionaire Adventurer, Montbars (III), Bill Navarro, Raul (I), Rin-Tin-Tin (II), Rob Roy, Sanson, Santana, Sinmiedo, Titan (I), Jack Wills) and appeared in Tit. El Hijo de Sherlock Holmes #1-8 (1931).

Tit is the son of Sherlock Holmes and follows in his father’s footsteps, solving crimes on his own while helping his father.

Tit appears in stories with titles like “The Kidnaper of Children,” “The Experiments of Doctor Jim,” and “The Foundry of Corpses.”

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