Hurry up, if you want to accompany the Black Terror...
The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr; Mrs. Spiro (Greek refugee); Rango the Great [von Mirtz] (villain, magician); the Nazis (villains)
A young woman walks into the drug store and promptly faints. When she revives, she hurriedly leaves behind a note that tells her to come to the Anchor Inn that evening if she wants to protect the lives of her family in occupied Greece.
Bob Benton, young druggist, and his boy-assistant, Tim...
The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr; un-named U.S. Army Captain; Dr. Kambi (villain, death); Kambi's zombies (villains, all die); Kambi's thugs (villains, all die)
A strange man enters Bob's drug store demanding a rare drug, but is refused because he doesn't have a permit for it. So the man leaves, only to have his thugs re-enter the store to forcibly take it. The Terror Twins later discover this man wanting the drug has broken the code of the famed Rosetta Stone that instructs someone on how to bring the dead back to life. The Terror steps in when the madman seeks out Jean to use as one of his subjects!
The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Dr. Parrish; Lucille Parrish (Dr. Parrish's daughter); the Invincibles (villains, Nazis, some die)
Bob and Tim are in London to hear an address by the noted Dr. Parrish at the United Nations Chemical Congress, but, as they approach the lecture hall, a hooded group of Nazis seize the good doctor, and make off with him so that he can replicate the Magno-Vitalo fluid that gives them their strength.
Dave Jones (orchestra leader); Sandy Martin (singer); Buck Wilson
Sandy is a featured singer at a local dance in the twon of Gunsmoke, and after his songs, a kid comes up to him and says he didn;t care for the singing. When Buck then smelled smoke, he knew there was a fire and left. Sandy, very calmly and serenely, informed others of thr peril, and he chose to perform for the audience so as not to panic anyone. His cool thinking saved many lives.