Little Zorro (created in Brazil as Zorrinho, the diminutive of Zorro) is a masked hero and swordfighter, the alter ego of Huey, Dewey and Louie. He is a young white duck, wearing a Zorro costume. When dressed up as Little Zorro, the three ducklings switch places and pretend to be a single person.
He was created by Ivan Saidenberg in 1974.
Little Zorro uses a Zorro costume. He is proficient in fighting with his rapier sword. He has a horse named Torneado, a pun on Tornado, Zorro's horse.
Allies and enemies alike believe that Little Zorro is a single person, because Huey, Dewey and Louie switch places and appear one at a time. Little Zorro often disappears and reappears instantaneously in different places, causing the illusion that he is able to teleport. He does this especially in the middle of his swordfights.
Little Zorro was based on Zorro.
In the American comic book story "This Is Your Life, Donald Duck" (1960), which is an adaptation of a television special of the same name released in the same year, Huey, Dewey and Louie disguise themselves as Zorro. In this story, they don't act as masked superheroes yet.
Little Zorro was introduced in "Litte Zorro's Mark" (1974), the first of eleven Brazilian comic stories released between 1974 and 1985.
- "Litte Zorro's Mark" (1974)
- "Little Zorro Strikes Again" (1975)
- "Little Zorros X Beagle Brats" (1975)
- "The Bat-Whooping Cough" (1976)
- "The Stymphalian Birds and the Creatan Bull" (1976)
- "The Mares of Diomedes and the Erymanthian Boar" (1976)
- "Little Zorros against The Pumpkins" (1976)
- "Little Zorro's Cunning" (1979)
- "Little Zorro is Not Given to Frying Cakes" (1982)
- "The Costumed Gymkhana" (1983)
- "The Revolting Return" (1985)