"The Moon Monster": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- I am the Moonster, Master of the Moon! I came here to Earth to put an end to your annoying space probes! Do you think we want the likes of Earthlings on OUR little world?
- — Moonster
Appearing in "The Moon Monster"
- senior military officers of Space Probe program
- three thugs (Alfie, two others)
- Earth Orbit
- Space Probe HQ
- The Moon
- Moonster's "instant freeze" weapon
- Sub-sea-launched Moon Rocket (captured)
- Moonster's spaceship (hollow maneuverable miniature copy of Earth's Moon) (lost at sea)
- It's sometimes invisible to radar or photography.
- It can create local solar eclipses over particular targets.
- Its protective bubble repels air-to-air missiles.
- It's armed with Moon Madness Rays and a Tidal Wave Ray
- It has a giant robot arm/hand device.
- Blackhawk Hawk-Copter
- Naomi's helicopter
- Blackhawk Submarine
Synopsis for "The Moon Monster"
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in Detached Service Diary: "Hendrickson's Secret Life"
- King Plant
- his myriad seedlings
- isolated island
Synopsis for Detached Service Diary: "Hendrickson's Secret Life"
Hendrickson encountered a King Plant, bent on world wide genocide. The Blackhawks killed it with a powerful herbicide.
- This book was first published on April 7, 1966.
- Gerald Monroe, formerly the Moonster, doesn't recall the many scientific secrets learned by his insane alter ego, and his Moon-shaped spaceship is sunk in the ocean. Blackhawk and his team know where it sank.
- Hendrickson is a horticulturist, but is quiet about it, fearing ridicule from his pals. Also Hendrickson is from Holland.
- Also appearing in this issue of Blackhawk were:
- Cap's Hobby Hints by Henry Boltinoff
- Your Free Trip Around the World (PSA for public libraries)
- No trivia.
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