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The Terrific Three was the name of a group of superheroes; it was an offshoot of the group known as The Mighty Crusaders, published by Archie Comics. The Terrific Three were Steel Stirling, The Jaguar, and Mr. Justice. The group’s comic lasted for only one issue. The Mighty Crusaders is an Archie Comics superhero team. ... Archie Comics is an American comic book publisher known for its many series featuring the fictional teenagers Archie Andrews, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Reggie Mantle and Forsythe Jughead Jones. ...

  • Steel Stirling was the alter ego of John Sterling, who, after his father’s fortune was swindled by criminals, plunged his body into a cauldron of molten metal, giving him the powers of invulnerability and flight. Steel Sterling’s nemeses included the Black Knight and Baron Gestapo (a World War II-era foe, as his name indicates), as well as Twisto, the Puppet Master, the Rattler, and the Hyena.
  • The Jaguar, considered a knockoff of the superhero The Fly, was a zoologist named Ralph Hardy who used a magic belt to fight crime; not as successful as The Fly, his comic lasted only fifteen issues.
  • Mr. Justice, also known as “The Royal Wraith,” was the superhero moniker of Prince James of England, who was murdered by Scottish rebels in 1040. His spirit remained trapped in the castle where the murder took place until 1940. The dismantled castle was to be shipped to the United States until a Nazi submarine sunk the ship on which it was carried, thereby releasing the spirit of Prince James. He assumed corporal form as “Mr. Justice,” and his main nemesis was Satan himself.

World War II was a truly global conflict with many facets: Immense human sacrifice, fierce indoctrinations, and the use of new, extremely devastating weapons - the atom bomb being the ultimate. ... The Jaguar is a superhero published by Archie Comics. ... The Fly is a superhero published by Archie Comics. ... The term National Socialism has been used in self-description by a number of different political groups and ideologies, some of which have no connection with the Nazis; see National socialism. ... Gustave Dores depiction of Satan from John Miltons Paradise Lost Satan (שָׂטָן Standard Hebrew Satan, Latin Sátanas, Tiberian Hebrew Śāṭān; Aramaic שִׂטְנָא Śiṭnâ: both words mean Adversary; accuser) is an angel, demon, or minor god in many religions. ...

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