"General X": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- Show them no mercy! They would have slaughtered the women and children of the village!
- 1 Synopsis for "General X"
- 2 Appearing in "General X"
- 3 Synopsis for Chop Chop: "The Washing Machine Mixup"
- 4 Appearing in Chop Chop: "The Washing Machine Mixup"
- 5 Synopsis for "The Return of Genghis Khan"
- 6 Appearing in "The Return of Genghis Khan"
- 7 Synopsis for "The Isle of the Damned"
- 8 Appearing in "The Isle of the Damned"
- 9 Notes
- 10 See Also
- 11 Links and References
Synopsis for "General X"
Appearing in "General X"
- President Tadka, of Bulvania
- Bulvania, a democracy
- Presidential Mansion
- Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Bs
- General X's Robot Tank (captured)
- General X's VTOL "Converti-Planes" (w/ jet rotors and swivel wings, can maneuver like helicopters)
- General X's tow-bomber and train of gliders (Destroyed)
Synopsis for Chop Chop: "The Washing Machine Mixup"
Appearing in Chop Chop: "The Washing Machine Mixup"
- washing machine salesman
- appliance store manager
- large U.S. city
- washing machine
Synopsis for "The Return of Genghis Khan"
Appearing in "The Return of Genghis Khan"
- Alchemical Potion
- Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Bs
Synopsis for "The Isle of the Damned"
Appearing in "The Isle of the Damned"
- Raff Lustig (First appearance) (Dies)
- his bloody pillagers (all die)
- Crimson Bat (First appearance) (Dies)
- Butcher Krohl (First appearance) (Dies)
- Dr. Death (First appearance) (Dies)
- Pengrue Island (Destroyed) (5-hour round trip away from Blackhawk Island)
- Serta, city (Destroyed)
- Blackhawk Island
- Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Cs
- Lustig's Pillagers Supersonic Fighters (Destroyed)
- United World Jet Helicoptor
- General X:
- Prior to this issue's story, General X has already overrun three democratic nations, and Bulvania would have been the fourth.
- The Blackhawks speculate whether the mysterious General X might be "Red General Brazoff", or "Tiger Shark", or "Baron Blood, the Mad Scientist".
- Blackhawk gets head-konked unconscious with a rifle stock; that's his fifty-fifth concussion. Being a Blackhawk is dangerous.
- The Return of Genghis Khan:
- He's nine feet tall, so this probably is a different character from other Genghis Khans. His Mongol Warriors are also nine feet tall. According to Genghis, the alchemical potion that preserved them in suspended animation, for seven centuries, had the side effect of making them grow.
- Alternatively, they were brainwashed, artificially-mutated Russian science-project products. At this story's end, the Blackhawks are left to wonder whether "Genghis" and his giants were just another high-tech Red hoax, but the evidence was ambiguous and they weren't sure either way.
- See also Military Comics #7.
- The Isle of the Damned:
- The Blackhawk Squadron's Lockheed F-90s get an upgrade in this story, with new afterburners. This may mark the transition from their F-90Bs to the F-90C model.
- Also featured in this issue of Blackhawk was: "Blackhawk's Luck" (text story)
Links and References
- 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, Blackhawk #58, Blackhawk #62