On sale date from the publication date reported to the U.S. Copyright Office found in the Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 2, Periodicals, 1945, New Series, Volume 40, Number 4. Class B periodical. Copyright registration number B 698086.
Bob Benton, young American druggist, and his friends Tim and Jean...
The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Richard Benton (Black Terror's uncle, introduction); Jean Starr; Mr. Farrow; Dr. Ghoul (villain, introduction); The Ghoul's creatures (villains)
Bob gets a letter from his Uncle in Wyoming inviting him and guests to come to his ranch for a visit. Unknowing, Benton and company don't realize a weird man has captured him and used a strange electrical cylinder to turn him into a distorted creature!
The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr; un-named Police Chief; Riati [as Theodore Rawlings] (villain, a spy, death); Starch Cosmo (villain, introduction); Ace (villain, introduction)
A Mr. Rawlings brings in a golden statue he secured in Bali for anaylsis for gold content. But the Terror Twins learn later, after the theft of the statue from the drug store, that it contains a diagram of an incendiary bomb inside!
Jerry Carlyle; Mr. Carlyle (Jerry's father); Fred Miller (Jerry's friend); the Nazis (villains)
With the onset of war, Jerry could no longer safely put out his cod lines, as German subs often passed by the fishing area. But Jerry has a trick up his sleeve: plant an explosive device in his innocent-looking model sailboat.
A Jap plot to poison America's top military officials...
The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr; Major General Jim Traynor (introduction, death); Traynor's un-named cook; Traynor's butler; Senor del Marte (plantation owner); Native Chief (villain); the Japanese (villains)
The Terror Twins must battle a nefarious Japanese plot to poison America's top military officials!