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Blackhawk

Blackhawk #57 is an issue of the series Blackhawk (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1952.

Synopsis for "Slavery In Siberia"


Appearing in "Slavery In Siberia"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

  • United Nations Forces
  • Peter Piettet, political prisoner
  • many more political prisoners

Locations:

Vehicles:


Synopsis for Chop Chop: "Bull's Eye Shooting Gallery"

Chop Chop is a terrible shot but accidentally captures two escaped convicts.

Appearing in Chop Chop: "Bull's Eye Shooting Gallery"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • two escaped convicts

Other Characters:

  • carnival concessionaire

Synopsis for "The Terrible Termite Tanks"


Appearing in "The Terrible Termite Tanks"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

  • Darkson, inventor

Locations:

  • Citadel of Science
  • Hungjon, Southeast Asia
    • Hilltop Fortress (Destroyed)
    • Capital City

Vehicles:

  • Darkson's Termite Tanks, two or more (one is captured)
  • six Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Bs

Synopsis for "The Paralyzed City of Armored Men"


Appearing in "The Paralyzed City of Armored Men"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Boris Galub (Dies)
  • Nalita, his daughter (First appearance)
    • Galub's troops

Other Characters:

  • President Nigel Derek

Locations:

Items:

  • powered armored suits

Vehicles:

Notes

  • In Slavery In Siberia, Blackhawk and Hendrickson each get head-konked unconscious with a rifle stock. This is Blackhawk's fifty-second blunt instrument head trauma,[1] and Hendrickson's fifth concussion.[2]
    • Also Blackhawk gets flogged with a cat-o-nine-tails until he blacks out.
    • Commander Nikishov's head gets either lopped off or shredded, in a skimobile propellor.
  • In The Terrible Termite Tanks, Blackhawk gets head-konked unconscious with a handgun. This is his fifty-third blunt instrument head trauma.[3]
    • The Blackhawks capture and operate one of the enemy's Termite Tanks, and rescue their inventor Dr. Darkson, so the United World now is capable of manufacturing these weapons, and the Eastern Bloc has got at least one factory and an unknown number of tanks on hand. But they are never seen or mentioned again.
  • City of Armored Men Boris Galub's footsoldiers, clad in electrically powered armor, supplied via long cables, were ineffective against the Blackhawks on the ground, and even more ineffective against their heavily-armed Lockheed F-90Bs.
  • Also featured in this issue of Blackhawk was "Escape at Dawn" (text story)



See Also


Links and References

  1. 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, Blackhawk #12, Modern Comics #54, Blackhawk #13, Modern Comics #56, Blackhawk #14, Modern Comics #60, twice in Blackhawk #15, Blackhawk #16, thrice in Blackhawk #17, Modern Comics #67, Modern Comics #69, Modern Comics #71, Modern Comics #73, twice in Blackhawk #21, Modern Comics #78, twice more in Blackhawk #22, Blackhawk #23, Modern Comics #84, Modern Comics #89, Blackhawk #27, Modern Comics #91, Modern Comics #93, Blackhawk #31, Modern Comics #98, Blackhawk #32, Blackhawk #35, Blackhawk #42, Blackhawk #43, Blackhawk #45, Blackhawk #46, Blackhawk #48, Blackhawk #50, Blackhawk #51, twice in Blackhawk #52, Blackhawk #57
  2. Military Comics #22, Blackhawk #22, Blackhawk #43, Blackhawk #45, & Blackhawk #57
  3. 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, Blackhawk #12, Modern Comics #54, Blackhawk #13, Modern Comics #56, Blackhawk #14, Modern Comics #60, twice in Blackhawk #15, Blackhawk #16, thrice in Blackhawk #17, Modern Comics #67, Modern Comics #69, Modern Comics #71, Modern Comics #73, twice in Blackhawk #21, Modern Comics #78, twice more in Blackhawk #22, Blackhawk #23, Modern Comics #84, Modern Comics #89, Blackhawk #27, Modern Comics #91, Modern Comics #93, Blackhawk #31, Modern Comics #98, Blackhawk #32, Blackhawk #35, Blackhawk #42, Blackhawk #43, Blackhawk #45, Blackhawk #46, Blackhawk #48, Blackhawk #50, Blackhawk #51, twice in Blackhawk #52, twice in Blackhawk #57
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