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Blackhawk #19 is an issue of the series Blackhawk (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1948.

Synopsis for "The Creations of Dr. Omega"


Appearing in "The Creations of Dr. Omega"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Dr. Omega, hermit (Only appearance; dies)
    • his band of killers (Dies)
  • Moth, companion and ally (Only appearance; dies)

Locations:

  • deserted mountain region
    • unknown peaks
      • Omega's cave

Items:

  • Omega's Robots (Destroyed)
  • Omega's suspended-animation ray (Destroyed)

Vehicles:


Synopsis for "The Animal Slaves of Dr. Sprowle"


Appearing in "The Animal Slaves of Dr. Sprowle"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Abd al Gebr, Kadi of El Kebir (Dies)
    • his horsemen
  • Dr. Maxim Sprowle (Dies)

Other Characters:

  • Yusuf bin Hamadu, caravan boss (Dies)
    • Ali, caravan hand (Dies)
    • caravan crew (Dies)
  • Amar
    • his horsemen

Locations:

Animals:

  • caravan of camels (Dies)
  • assorted pack of big cats: 3 tigers, puma, panther, lion
  • flock of vultures
  • Kadi's men's horses

Items:

  • Sprowle's electronic big-cat-controlling device

Vehicles:

Synopsis for Chop Chop: "Marvelo the Great"


Appearing in Chop Chop: "Marvelo the Great"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Marvelo
    • bodyguard

Locations:

  • seedy night club
  • spooky old house in the country

Synopsis for "The Tomb of Ra-Aneth"


Appearing in "The Tomb of Ra-Aneth"

Antagonists:

  • Baal, the Devourer (Mentioned only)
  • Sheik Abd al Rhassid, as "Fahad el Hussein"
    • his many servants

Other Characters:

  • Pharaoh Ra-Aneth (seemingly immortal)
    • his spear men
  • Princess Noma (seemingly immortal)
  • Chief Curator (Dies)

Locations:

Items:

  • Scarab of Death

Vehicles:



Notes

  • As of this issue, the title shifts from quarterly to bi-monthly publication.
  • Dr. Omega guns down his henchwoman Moth, and jumps off a cliff to his own death.
    • Chop Chop gets head-konked unconscious, for the sixth time,[1] with a thrown vase.
  • Dr. Sprowle
    • Fear appears for the fifth time.[2] She no longer breaks the Fourth Wall to address the readers, but remains In-Universe, like any other character.
    • Blackhawk: "The Blackhawks don't like to use guns ... but this seems like a special case, Hendrickson!" That's different. Up until now, the Blackhawks have used guns with gusto and great enthusiasm, and extremely effectively; this is the first mention of any notion to the contrary.
  • Ra-Ameth and Princess Noma lived and supposedly died around 2500 BC, but are alive in 1948.
    • Blackhawk and his team know the secret location of their hidden throne room, and have sworn to tell no-one.
    • They both speak and understand English, and Princess Noma wears lipstick.
  • Also featured in this issue of Blackhawk was:
    • Blackhawk: "Rain-Maker" (text story)

Trivia

  • This issue's cover by Reed Crandall will appear again on Blackhawk #47



See Also

Recommended Reading

Links and References

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