"General Steel": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Blackhawk #101 is an issue of the series Blackhawk (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1956.

Synopsis for "General Steel"


Appearing in "General Steel"

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  • Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Cs
  • Leza's Robot Dive Bombers (Destroyed)
  • Leza's Robot Heavy Tanks (Destroyed)
  • Leza's Robot Giant Tank


Synopsis for "The Incredible Exploits of Baron Von Richtofen"

(nonfiction account of the "Red Baron"s career)

Appearing in "The Incredible Exploits of Baron Von Richtofen"

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  • Captain Roy Brown
  • Lt. May

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  • Fokker Triplane
  • De Haviland Bombers
  • Sopwith Camels

Synopsis for "Satan's Paymaster"

The Blackhawks return to Beldia, for the dedication of Blackhawk Peace Park, in the national capital. Several murder attempts are set in motion against the team, sponsored by "the Paymaster," who turns out to be Beldian philanthropist Baron Zei, and is arrested.

Appearing in "Satan's Paymaster"

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  • Baron Zei, the Paymaster

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  • fake Flame Ray

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Synopsis for "The Lost Island"

A mountainous island emerges in the North Atlantic Ocean. Western and Red nations race to claim it, but it is already inhabited, by primitive natives of Welsh descent. They have lived underground for a thousand years, and they have learned how to control the island's depth, by volcanic action. After watching a violent modern battle between a warship and some jet fighters, they have lost interest in re-emerging into today's dangerous world. They give advance warning to everyone still on the island, then submerge it again to below the ocean's floor.

Appearing in "The Lost Island"

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  • Red Cruiser Crew

Other Characters:

  • British Aviator/Claimant
  • French Aviator/Claimant
  • German Aviator/Claimant
  • Italian Aviator/Claimant
  • Spanish Aviator/Claimant
  • Subterranean Fisherfolk

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Notes

  • General Steel
    • Dr. Leza's jet-powered dive-bombers have a 5-pointed blue star insignia.
  • In The Incredible Exploits of Baron Von Richtofen, the captions call the Red Baron's plane (correctly) a Fokker Triplane, but the art depicts a biplane.
  • The Lost Island
    • Andre gets shot down, for the third time.[1]
    • An entire race of sub-sea subterranean fishermen live under the ocean, in a region 500 miles west of Ireland. This is never mentioned again.
  • Also featured in this issue of Blackhawk was: "Escape At Dawn" (text story)



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