Shakin' things up here with the Black Terror. The Black Terror holds the distinction of having a sidekick with an even less heroic name than that of Captain America's "Bucky." Yes, folks, here to kick fascist butt and take names is the dreaded, awe-inspiring "Tim."
Yes, that was the name of the child with the skull and crossbones on his chest stomping on what looks to be his collection of plastic army men. In costume or out, he was just "Tim." Secret identity problems aside, why would you pal around with a kid who has such a nonthreatening name if you're calling yourself The Black Terror? It's like me calling myself The Disemboweller and hanging out with my sidekick, Clovis.
The Black Terror either had an exaggerated sense of fair play, or a tremendous double standard. You mean to tell me that if you saw enemy soldiers parachuting on top of you, you wouldn't take a shot at them? I'm pretty sure that considered acceptable by all four branches of the United States Armed Forces.
Is Black Terror and Young Partner! Even the Japanese soldiers, who were considerate enough to shout to each other in broken English, had a hard time with Tim's name. I can understand that. It's one thing to say the Black Terror beat you up, it's another thing entirely to say that your combat training wasn't enough to take down "Tim."