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Titán (I). Titán (I) was created by the Spanish author “Hugo Reyd” (Barbarroja, Buccaneers (II), Cabriola, Courier, the Dagger, Fermin de Castro, Five Invincibles, Florian, Jack & Dolly, Millionaire Adventurer, Montbars (III), Bill Navarro, Raul (I), Rin-Tin-Tin (II), Rob Roy, Sanson, Santana, Sinmiedo, Tit, Jack Wills) and “Niel,” the pseudonym of Niubó Melchor (Ardilla & Estrella, Black Mask (II)), and appeared in Titán de Bronce. El Heroe Emocionante #1-16 (1931).
Titán (I) is a bronzed, twenty-year-old Spanish adventurer who has a variety of adventures in the 16th century, usually fighting wicked Englishmen but occasionally romancing queens and other such hijinks.
Titán (I) appears in stories with titles like “A Tribunal of the Invincibles” and “A New Intrigue.”
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