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"The Weapon of Doom": Doctor Cuda has developed an incredibly powerful solvent, capable of dissolving a tank and its crew into smoking wreckage, so the Soviet government sends Dr. Cuda to participate in the stalled peace talks taking place in Korea, between N.K. General Kwan Yi and U.S. General


Quote1 It's sea water subjected to intense atomic bombardment that makes it radioactive! If we don't find and stop Dr. Cuda's hidden atom plant, he can destroy the world! Quote2
Blackhawk

Blackhawk #67 is an issue of the series Blackhawk (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1953.

Appearing in "The Weapon of Doom"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

  • General Hodds
  • Col. Ho Wan, ROK guerrilla chief
    • his troops

Locations:

Items:

  • Cuda's Radioactive Solvent Bomb

Vehicles:

  • six Blackhawk Lockheed F-90C interceptors
  • MiG fighter-bombers (only one seen at a time)
  • U.S. battleshp (Destroyed)
  • Red 4-engine cargo plane

Synopsis for "The Weapon of Doom"

Doctor Cuda has developed an incredibly powerful solvent, capable of dissolving a tank and its crew into smoking wreckage, so the Soviet government sends Dr. Cuda to participate in the stalled peace talks taking place in Korea, between N.K. General Kwan Yi and U.S. General Hodds. The Blackhawks also attend this conference, and when Kwan Yi orders his troops into the room to take it over, they duke it out with them and win. But but during the melee, Cuda and Kwan Yi have slipped away, and on returning to the airfield, the team is witness to the destruction of a U.S. tank, and crew, caused by a single dropped bomb of Cuda's monstrous solvent.

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Appearing in Chop Chop: "The Magician"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Chin Lee, Chop Chop's sister
    • her children

Locations:

  • U.S. city

Items:

  • Book: "How to Be a Magician"

Synopsis for Chop Chop: "The Magician"

Chop Chop tries to learn some stage magic and hypnotism from a book, to entertain his sister's children, but he is just terrible at stage magic and even worse at hypnotism.

Appearing in "Who Is the Future Fuehrer?"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Future Fuehrer, (Hitler impersonator) (Dies)
    • his Storm Troopers

Locations:

  • Germany
  • Nazi Castle on an uncharted island in an unnamed sea

Vehicles:

  • six Blackhawk Lockheed F-90C interceptors
  • Hitler's helicopter, (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "Who Is the Future Fuehrer?"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Death Rides the Guided Missile"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

  • President Droga, of Brone (Dies)
    • his cabinet (Dies)

Locations:

Vehicles:

  • six Blackhawk Lockheed F-90C interceptors
  • robot-guided fake Blackhawk Lockheed interceptor (Destroyed)
  • robot-guided fake Brone fighter jet (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "Death Rides the Guided Missile"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Notes

  • Chop Chop: The Magician
    • Chop Chop has a sister named Chin Lee, who has at least three children, and who apparently lives in the U.S.
  • Death Rides the Guided Missile
    • Reed Crandall's version of Chop Chop is distinctly more human looking than Dick Dillin's which in turn is much more human looking than Paul Gustavson's.
    • Olaf gets head-konked unconscious with a pistol butt. This is his eighth concussion.[1]
    • The Blackhawk Jets have now got "new afterburners."
  • Future Fuehrer
  • Weapon of Doom
    • Blackhawk's plane has a built-in portable laboratory. Each Blackhawk jets is packed with a suit of anti-radioactive-wave plastic armor.
    • Dr. Cuda's super solvent is radioactive. It is ineffective against wood, or glass, or plastic.
    • Blackhawk's plane is hit, the engines are disabled, he's forced to land. This looks like it's his nineteenth time to be shot down,[2] but he's faking!
    • The buttons on Blackhawk uniforms, and Chop Chop's clothes, are removable, throwable, and highly explosive.
    • Dr. Cuda's solvent factory is destroyed with bombs, with a considerable volume of the radioactive solvent spilled into the open ocean in the process.
    • General Kwan Yi and Doctor Cuda are at the solvent factory when it is destroyed by the Blackhawk bombing raid, but are not seen to be killed.
  • Also featured in this issue of Blackhawk was:
    • "Dedication To Death" (text story)

Trivia

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Links and References

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