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Violinist murdered by [[The Phantom Troubador]] in the "Troubador of Terror" story in ''[https://www.comics.org/issue/6856/ The Human Torch]'' comic book, Vol. 1, #31 (July, 1948).
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Successful violinist murdered by [[The Phantom Troubador]] in the "Troubador of Terror" story in ''[https://www.comics.org/issue/6856/ The Human Torch]'' comic book, Vol. 1, #31 (July, 1948). The Sub-Mariner is too late to prevent him from being murdered at Briggs' concert at a waterfront amphitheater.  
  
 
He was the co-composer of the popular song "Death in Venice," along with [[Vladimir Borsch]] and [[Jim and Luella Clegget]].
 
He was the co-composer of the popular song "Death in Venice," along with [[Vladimir Borsch]] and [[Jim and Luella Clegget]].
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[[Category:Marvel Comics|Briggs, Leo]]
 
[[Category:Marvel Comics|Briggs, Leo]]
[[Category:Supervillains|Briggs, Leo]]
 
 
[[Category:Fictional violinists|Briggs, Leo]]
 
[[Category:Fictional violinists|Briggs, Leo]]

Revision as of 10:39, 8 November 2017

Successful violinist murdered by The Phantom Troubador in the "Troubador of Terror" story in The Human Torch comic book, Vol. 1, #31 (July, 1948). The Sub-Mariner is too late to prevent him from being murdered at Briggs' concert at a waterfront amphitheater.

He was the co-composer of the popular song "Death in Venice," along with Vladimir Borsch and Jim and Luella Clegget.