"Blackhawk vs Chief Black Hawk": While testing a new centrifuge, a short circuit causes it to accelerate uncontrollably, throwing all of the Blackhawks but Chop Chop into the past. There they immediately go to the aid of a wagon train under attack by Indians. They fasten one of their belt radios
Appearing in "Blackhawk vs Chief Black Hawk"
- Hostile Indians (befriended)
- Chief Black Hawk
- Black Hawk's Tribe.
- Blackhawk Belt Radios
- Blackhawk Lockheed F-90C interceptors
- Conestoga Wagon Train
Synopsis for "Blackhawk vs Chief Black Hawk"
While testing a new centrifuge, a short circuit causes it to accelerate uncontrollably, throwing all of the Blackhawks but Chop Chop into the past. There they immediately go to the aid of a wagon train under attack by Indians. They fasten one of their belt radios to a horse and the "talking" horse scares the Indians away. Later, they learn that the Indians had attacked because white men had shot Chief Black Hawk and his son. Although they survived, the Chief held all the settlers responsible. The Black Knights use modern crime detection methods, including finger printing, to identify the shooters and bring peace back to the countryside.
Appearing in "The Playboy Blackhawk"
- Black Seal Gang
Synopsis for "The Playboy Blackhawk"
Andre inherits a million dollars and neglects his duties as a Blackhawk while he leads the life of a playboy. He is dismissed from the team for dereliction of duty, where upon he is approached by the Black Seal Gang who persuade him that he can get revenge on the Blackhawks by joining their gang. The gang leader does not completely trust Andre and fastens a tiny radio to his wrist. Andre still manages to get a message to Blackhawk and the gang is captured. Andre's inheritance is real but his dismissal was faked to get him in the gang. He donates his money to charity.
Appearing in "The Valley of the Monsters"
- Paul Givens, robot builder
Synopsis for "The Valley of the Monsters"
While trying to set a round-the-world speed record, Stanislaus crashes in the jungles of Central Africa. The Blackhawks load up their brand new invention, the Safari-mobile, and head out to rescue him. In Kenya, they meet hunter Paul Givens, who shows them a native statue of a monster and a casting which he claims is an actual footprint of the monster. He warns them not to proceed into the jungle but of course they do anyway. They are immediately attacked by several monsters and in battling them discover that they are mechanical devices controlled by Givens. Givens is using the monsters to scare everyone away from a secret diamond mine and he is holding Stan hostage as protection against the Blackhawks. The Blackhawks rebuild the damaged monster and use it to capture Givens and free Stan.
- The Valley of the Monsters
- This is the first of the Safari-mobile's four appearances.
- Also appearing in this issue of Blackhawk was:
- "Danger on the Delhi Road" (text story), about a man who is rescued from bandits in India by monkeys.
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