Real Name: Unknown

Identity/Class: Human mutate

Occupation: Unknown

Affiliations: Professor Sirenus

Enemies: Neptunas, Queen of the World, the Martians

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Mobile

First Appearance: Tarzan magazine (1947)

Powers/Abilities: Salvator possesses tremendous strength, sufficient to easily snap chains, break through walls, even pound holes in metal, and can also make great leaps. He has a bracelet that allows him to stay in telepathic contact with Professor Sirenus.

History: Shipwrecked on a desert island, the man known as Salvator encountered a scientist called Professor Sirenus, who gave him superhuman powers. He returned to the world where he used his new found abilities to stop the aquatic tyrant Neptunas from conquering the world. He subsequently thwarted the self-styled Queen of the World's plans for conquest, battling her in her prehistoric jungle kingdom, before travelling to Mars to halt the Martians scheme for interplanetary invasion.

Comments: Created by Auguste Liquois, who also created Satanax.

Salvator originally appeared in serialised form in "Tarzan" in 1947 and 1948. His adventures were reprinted in two volumes by Editions Prifo in 1977.

Much of the information and the top two images on this page comes verbatim from Cool French Comics, used with permission. Thanks to Dennis Ray for expanding on his powers and providing the bottom image.


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