Synopsis for "The Winged Death"
Appearing in "The Winged Death"
- Eclipse (Only appearance; dies)
- Winged Death Brotherhood, cultists
- Lawyer Morell (Dies)
- police commissioner (Dies)
- radio engineer (Dies)
- Republic of Southland
- Toutant, the capital
- State House
- Toutant, the capital
- W.D.B.'s Radiation Flashlights, deadly against Southlandians
- Blackhawk Grumman XF5F Skyrockets
Synopsis for "Babylon, The Mighty City"
Appearing in "Babylon, The Mighty City"
- King Sargon (Dies)
- his many servants (many die)
- Middle East
- (fake) Babylon (Destroyed)
- Grumman XF5F Skyrockets (one is damaged)
Synopsis for Chop Chop: "Kloppie Klan, Famous Chinese Detective"
Kloppie Klan happens to look just like Chop Chop, and also Klan is a master of disguise, and a kidnap target, so some misunderstandings ensue. Bad guys are defeated when good guys paint a fake tunnel entrance onto a solid rock hillside, and they crash into it, knocking themselves out.
Appearing in Chop Chop: "Kloppie Klan, Famous Chinese Detective"
- other punk
- Kloppie Klan, Famous Chinese Detective
- airfield, near a city
- nearby cave
- Kloppie Klan's Disguise Kit
- "Special Unlimited" train into the city
- RR hand car
Synopsis for "The Evil of Zobar"
Appearing in "The Evil of Zobar"
- Zobar (Dies)
- Zobar's partner (Dies)
- Lumbo, Native courier (Dies)
- government official
- native slave laborers
- Eastern Africa
- pitchblende deposit
- a great city of the free peoples
- Pitchblende Sample
- three Grumman XF5F Skyrockets
- Babylon, The Mighty City:
- Blackhawk gets shot down, for the twelfth time. Chop Chop gets head-konked unconscious, for the first time, with a rifle stock. Blackhawk gets head-konked-out, for the twelfth time, also with a rifle stock. Being a Blackhawk is dangerous.
- Blackhawk kills a lion, with a thrown rock. One of the Blackhawks kills an elephant, with aerial machine-gun fire. The squadron then uses the same tactic on a detail of spear-men.
- Sargon dies in an ammo dump explosion, caused by himself.
- In The Evil of Zobar, the villain poisons himself at the end of the story. Blackhawks and readers have only got Zobar's word for it that this is poison, and not some suspended-animation formula, but Zobar has not returned, in the decades that have passed since this story took place.
- Also appearing in this issue of Blackhawk were:
- Blackhawk: "The Tomb of Tammus" (text story)
- Johnny Doughboy by Bernard Dibble
Links and References
- Military Comics #6, Military Comics #13, Military Comics #19, Military Comics #28, Military Comics #30, Military Comics #33, Blackhawk #9, Military Comics #39, Military Comics #42, Modern Comics #44, Blackhawk #10, and Blackhawk #12
- Military Comics #7, Military Comics #30, Military Comics #36, Military Comics #39, Military Comics #41, Military Comics #42, Modern Comics #47, Blackhawk #11, Modern Comics #51, Modern Comics #52, Modern Comics #53, and Blackhawk #12. That's one head-whack per month for five months.