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Blackhawk

Blackhawk #24 is an issue of the series Blackhawk (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1949.

Appearing in "The Woman Known as Number One"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Number One (Apparent Death)
    • Caparty (Dies)
    • many hench (some die)
  • Hans Grizzo, resembles Blackhawk (Mentioned only)

Other Characters:

  • U.S. Department of Justice

Locations:

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "The Woman Known as Number One"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Appearing in Chop Chop: "Honest Wong"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • elderly Tibetan merchant

Antagonists:

  • Number One Boss Man
    • Honest Wong
    • Chu Gum

Locations:

  • Chinatown
    • Bird's Nest Lane
      • Chu Gum's Curio Shop

Vehicles:

Synopsis for Chop Chop: "Honest Wong"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Captain Suicide"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Captain Suicide (Dies)
    • Captain Suicide's Phantom Squadron (don't exist)
    • two henchmen

Other Characters:

  • Mr. Hollis
  • a U.S. Army Colonel

Locations:

  • Hollis Small Arms factory
  • Wallis-Halmers factory
  • Gorham Aircraft factory
  • an airport near the city
  • Captain Suicide's headquarters
  • Blackhawk Island

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "Captain Suicide"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Notes

  • Published bi-monthly by Comic Magazines.
  • Starting this issue, the page count drops from 48 to 36.
  • In his solo story, Chop Chop flies a North American F-86 Sabrejet. This issue's three stories are the seventh, eighth, and ninth appearances of these warplanes, and so far no character and no caption has mentioned this upgrade. They simply are called "planes."
  • The Woman Known as Number One is apparently killed when her castle collapses, but she's outside at the time. Neither the reader nor Blackhawk sees her die.
    • The Hysler Building, in New York City, is robbed by blimp-borne bandits. This building had a namesake counterpart on Earth-S, which was also attacked by blimp-borne bandits.[1]
    • The location of Blackhawk Island seems to be no longer a secret. The villain sends a large-scale bombing mission to attack the base, and Blackhawk doesn't express any surprise about them knowing where it is.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Blackhawk were:
    • Burp the Twerp: "The Stone Mountain Wager", by Jack Cole
    • Salty Waters, by Bernard Dibble
    • Blackhawk: "Atomic Control" (text story)
      • Like the comics stories in this issue, this text story also gives no information on the manufacturer or model of the Blackhawks' jet warplanes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.



See Also

Recommended Reading

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