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* DroneDeployer: He developed little all purpose satellites called T-Spheres that he can command to do whatever he wants.


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* LoonyFan: The first Mr. Terrific had a fan obsessive enough (with hints of racist undertones) to hate Michael Holt for taking on his name. He schemed to remove Holt's intelligence and then destroy all evidence, up to including the information in his head by suicide, so it couldn't be reversed.


[[AC:Mister Terrific I (Terry Sloane)]]

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[[AC:Mister !!Notable appearances Terry Sloane:
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* ''ComicBook/SensationComics''
* ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica''

!!Notable appearances Michael Holt:
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* ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica''
* ''Mr. Terrific''
* ''ComicBook/Earth2''
* ''ComicBook/TheTerrifics''
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Terrific I (Terry Sloane)]]Sloane) provides examples of:



[[AC:Mister Terrific II (Michael Holt)]]

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[[AC:Mister !!Mister Terrific II (Michael Holt)]]Holt) provides examples of:






!!Terry Sloane appears in:
[[AC:Notable Comic Books]]
* ''ComicBook/SensationComics''
* ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica''

!!Michael Holt appears in:
[[AC:Notable Comic Books]]
* ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica''
* ''Mr. Terrific''
* ''ComicBook/TheTerrifics''
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'''Mister Terrific''' is the name of a pair of Creator/DCComics characters. The name was used as the title of a comic-book series published by Creator/DCComics, one of the first of their ComicBook/New52 initiative. The series follows the adventures of Michael Holt, the third-smartest man in the DC universe, who uses his scientific mind to fight crime and improve the world. After the series' cancellation, Mister Terrific was packed off to ComicBook/Earth2.

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'''Mister Terrific''' is the name of a pair of Creator/DCComics characters. characters, the first of which made his first appearance in ''ComicBook/SensationComics'' # 1 in January, 1942.

The name was used as the title of a comic-book series published by Creator/DCComics, one of the first of their ComicBook/New52 initiative. The series follows the adventures of Michael Holt, the third-smartest man in the DC universe, who uses his scientific mind to fight crime and improve the world. After the series' cancellation, Mister Terrific was packed off to ComicBook/Earth2.


'''Mister Terrific''' is a comic-book series published by Creator/DCComics, one of the first of their ComicBook/New52 initiative. The series follows the adventures of Michael Holt, the third-smartest man in the DC universe, who uses his scientific mind to fight crime and improve the world. After the series' cancellation, Mister Terrific was packed off to ComicBook/EarthTwo.

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'''Mister Terrific''' is the name of a pair of Creator/DCComics characters. The name was used as the title of a comic-book series published by Creator/DCComics, one of the first of their ComicBook/New52 initiative. The series follows the adventures of Michael Holt, the third-smartest man in the DC universe, who uses his scientific mind to fight crime and improve the world. After the series' cancellation, Mister Terrific was packed off to ComicBook/EarthTwo.ComicBook/Earth2.



!!Judomaster I (Terry Sloane)

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!!Judomaster [[AC:Mister Terrific I (Terry Sloane)Sloane)]]



* ArchEnemy: Spirit King, who eventually killed him.



!!Judomaster II (Michael Holt)

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!!Judomaster [[AC:Mister Terrific II (Michael Holt)Holt)]]




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* BadassNormal: No powers, just an incredibly smart well educated tech genius martial artist.
* GeniusBruiser: He is a super genius and has also a black belt in 6 different martial arts disciplines.
* SuperIntelligence: He is also known as the third smartest man on Earth. Michael Holt is described as having "a natural aptitude for having natural aptitudes;" picking up complicated skills quickly and retaining them, such as performing emergency surgery on teammate Alan Scott after reading about the procedure in a medical text book. As Holt himself put it, "everyone has a talent...Mine is learning".


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* ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica''


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* ''ComicBook/TheTerrifics''



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* TheAce: He's a master of the arts and sciences. He's also athletic and a great fighter.
* KilledOffForReal: Despite being a superhero in comics once he was strangled to death by an old foe he only returned in scenes of the afterlife.

!!Judomaster II (Michael Holt)


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!!Terry Sloane appears in:
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* ''ComicBook/SensationComics''
!!Michael Holt appears in:
[[AC:Notable Comic Books]]
* ''Mr. Terrific''
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'''Mister Terrific''' is a comic-book series published by Creator/DCComics, one of the first of their ComicBook/New52 initiative. The series follows the adventures of Michael Holt, the third-smartest man in the DC univers, who uses his scientific mind to fight crime and improve the world. After the series' cancellation, Mister Terrific was packed off to ComicBook/EarthTwo.

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'''Mister Terrific''' is a comic-book series published by Creator/DCComics, one of the first of their ComicBook/New52 initiative. The series follows the adventures of Michael Holt, the third-smartest man in the DC univers, universe, who uses his scientific mind to fight crime and improve the world. After the series' cancellation, Mister Terrific was packed off to ComicBook/EarthTwo.

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* FlatEarthAtheist: Mister Terrific is frequently depicted as an atheist and skeptic of all things supernatural. This despite him having met gods, demons, spirits as well as the Spectre, the personification of God's wrath.

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'''Mister Terrific''' is a comic-book series published by Creator/DCComics, one of the first of their ComicBook/New52 initiative. The series follows the adventures of Michael Holt, the third-smartest man in the DC univers, who uses his scientific mind to fight crime and improve the world. After the series' cancellation, Mister Terrific was packed off to ComicBook/EarthTwo.
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!!This series contains examples of:
* AffirmativeActionLegacy: Prior to the advent of the New 52, Michael Holt was the second person to call himself Mister Terrific, with the original being a white man, Terry Sloane.
* BlackAndNerdy: Mister Terrific is the third-smartest person in the entire DC universe.
* InsufferableGenius: The first arc of the ''Mister Terrific'' series involves the supervillain Brainstorm randomly boosting people's intellects at the cost of turning them homicidal.

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