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"The Man Who Could Defeat Blackhawk": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 This "monocle" I took from the dead man is just plain glass -- but the real Von Tepp needed a seeing glass for his weak right eye! So I knew the dead man was a phony! Quote2
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Appearing in "The Man Who Could Defeat Blackhawk"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Charlie (Flashback only) (Dies)
  • Sis (Flashback only) (Dies)

Antagonists:

  • the real Von Tepp (wears a monocle) (Flashback only) (long dead)
  • Russian Military Officer
    • four von Tepp impersonators (Apparent Death), (four times).
    • four more von Tepp impersonators
    • other henchmen, some uniformed, some not

Other Characters:

Locations:

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "The Man Who Could Defeat Blackhawk"

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Appearing in Chop Chop: "25 cent Glamour Shot"

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Lotus Blossom, in China (Behind the scenes)
  • Police

Locations:

  • large U.S. city

Synopsis for Chop Chop: "25 cent Glamour Shot"

This story is reprinted from Blackhawk #39.

Chop Chop has some bad luck with a photograph, and mistakenly believes the police are hunting for him. He nervously makes some bad decisions, based on that misunderstanding, and soon the police ARE after him. But he's famous and they recognize him, and it all works out.

Appearing in "Lost Horizon of Terror"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Mur, Chief Scientist (First appearance) (Dies)
    • alien giants (All die.)

Locations:

  • Pacific Ocean
    • rectangular steep-sided island plateau (Destroyed)

Items:

  • alien giants' paralysis ray weapons (cosmic ray powered)
  • Blackhawks' antiradiation skin cream
  • Blackhawk's "semi-atomic bombs"

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "Lost Horizon of Terror"

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Appearing in "The Red Tiger"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • United World
    • "Mr. President"

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

  • emigrant villagers

Locations:

Items:

  • giant mechanical tiger

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "The Red Tiger"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Notes

  • The Man Who Could Defeat Blackhawk:
    • This story retells Blackhawk's origin, with new inconsistencies:
      • Blackhawk's siblings, Jack and Connie,[1] are now called Charlie and Sis.
      • Hendrickson is now German, not Dutch. Blackhawk is still American, as are Charlie and Sis.
      • Back in 1939, Von Tepp wore his monocle in his left eye.[2]
  • 25 cent Glamour Shot:
    • This story is reprinted from Blackhawk #39, but shortened by one page, and partly re-drawn.
  • Lost Horizon of Terror:
    • Story opens with the Blackhawks supervising an atom bomb test, based on a principle discovered by Blackhawk.
    • Until 1953, a population of extraterrestrial giants, with cosmic-ray-powered flying saucers, lived atop a steep plateau in the Pacific Ocean, having been stranded there by an earthquake, eons ago.
    • This was not the first time Blackhawk used atomic weapons to destroy an entire population.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Blackhawk was: "The Human Reptile" (text story, featuring Blackhawk).

Trivia

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