|Don Diego de la Vega|
|Subject of the Spanish Empire of the 16th Century.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
|Pueblos of Los Angeles, California|
Normal human with above average strength, stamina and agility for a man of his age.
Exceptional acrobat, horseman, swordsman, marksman and hand-to-hand combatant.
Bullwhip: Long leather rope typically used to heard livestock.
Flint-Lock Pistol: Single-shot hand-held firearm.
Sword: Long-bladed weapon.
Sergeant Pedro Gonzales
Mask of Zorro (Dark Horse)
Walt Disney's Comics and Stories
All-Story Weekly (Aug. 9, 1919)
Note: Zorro's appearance in All-Story Weekly was titled "The Curse of Capistrano."
Four Color #228 (May, 1949)
The son of a wealthy land owner in California during the rule of the Spanish Empire, Don Diego de la Vega returned from studies in Spain to find Los Angeles under the rule of the cruel Captain Monastario. Realizing that he can not overtly defeat the tyranny of Monastario, de la Vega adopts the identity of a darkly clad avenger who fights of the poor as Zorro.
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