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"The Treachery of Stanislaus": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


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Stanislaus

Blackhawk #31 is an issue of the series Blackhawk (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1950.

Appearing in "The Treachery of Stanislaus"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Leska
  • Petka (Stanislaus's doppleganger and distant cousin)

Locations:

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "The Treachery of Stanislaus"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Appearing in Chop Chop: "Prince of Gabdab"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Prince of Gabdab

Antagonists:

  • assassins

Other Characters:

  • beggars
  • cops
  • vampy lady

Locations:

  • foreign city
    • Chinese Quarter
      • Poison Alley

Synopsis for Chop Chop: "Prince of Gabdab"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Morla and Rozbar"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Morla
  • Rozbar
    • 3 hench

Other Characters:

  • Prince-Protector of Edalji

Locations:

  • Eastern City of Edalji, an emerging democracy
    • has spire-top minarets, an airport, a theater district, a Chinese Quarter, and a bathing beach

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "Morla and Rozbar"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Sam Clovis"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • military officer who takes custody of the Clovis mob

Antagonists:

  • Sam Clovis
  • Marty
  • Whitey
  • Johnson
  • Craig

Locations:

Items:


Vehicles:

Synopsis for "Sam Clovis"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Notes

  • Last issue for the Blackhawks' North American F-86 Sabrejets. These are the thirty-fourth, thirty-fifth, and thirty-sixth appearances of these warplanes, and in the entire time they were in use, no character, no caption, and no text of any kind, has mentioned the change from the old Grumman XF5F Skyrockets, or called the new jet-powered aircraft anything more specific than "Blackhawk Planes."
  • The Treachery of Stanislaus
    • Blackhawk and Stanislaus leave behind one North American F-86 Sabrejet in Poland. This is the third and final loss of a Blackhawk Sabre Jet.
    • Some story elements of "The Treachery of Stanislaus" were incorporated in the 1952 Columbia serial.
    • Stanislaus is head-konked unconscious, for the second time,[1] with a handgun butt.
    • Most of this story takes place in Stanislaus' home country, which is well-established in prior issues to be Poland, but in the dialogue and captions, Poland is never named.
  • Sam Clovis
    • Blackhawks take their first vacation in almost a year.
    • Blackhawk Island's barracks is a big log cabin, painted white.
    • Blackhawk gets head-konked unconscious, for at least the thirty-ninth time,[2] with a pistol butt. Olaf is head-konked unconscious for the fifth time,[3] with a handgun butt. Stanislaus is head-konked unconscious, for the third time,[4] with a handgun butt again. Chuck gets head-konked unconscious, for the second time,[5] with a handgun butt.
  • Also featured in this issue of Blackhawk was:
    • Captain Connor: "Death by Catapult" (text story)

Trivia

  • No trivia.



See Also

Recommended Reading

Links and References

Blackhawk #31, Aug 1950

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