"Hell's Hero": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- I've a feeling he's still alive ... and that we'll be running into the War Master again some day!
- 1 Appearing in "Hell's Hero"
- 2 Synopsis for "Hell's Hero"
- 3 Appearing in Chop Chop: "Cooking is More Fun!"
- 4 Synopsis for Chop Chop: "Cooking is More Fun!"
- 5 Appearing in "War Incorporated"
- 6 Synopsis for "War Incorporated"
- 7 Appearing in "The King of Blackhawk Island"
- 8 Synopsis for "The King of Blackhawk Island"
- 9 Notes
- 10 Trivia
- 11 See Also
- 12 Recommended Reading
- 13 Links and References
Appearing in "Hell's Hero"
- Dictator Zorog, of Balvania (arrested)
- his chauffeur
- his propaganda minister
- Kerentlyan soldiers (some die)
- Dr. Herzt, Kerentlyan surgeon
- half-completed bridge across the wide river between Balvania and Kerently
- six Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Cs (Destroyed)
- Kerentlyan tanks
- paddle-wheel riverboat (run aground)
- stolen dump-trucks
Synopsis for "Hell's Hero"
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in Chop Chop: "Cooking is More Fun!"
- unethical steamship captain
- his borderline mutinous crew
- former cook
- at sea
- India (destination)
- tramp steamship
Synopsis for Chop Chop: "Cooking is More Fun!"
This story is reprinted from Blackhawk #43.
Chop Chop buys a cookbook, Cooking is More Fun than Anything, to find some new recipes. As he is reading by the docks, he is shanghaied by a ship bound for India whose cook just quit. Chop Chop decides to make the food as bad as possible, so he puts soap in the soup. When the crew threatens to mutiny, the captain lets Chop Chop leave in a rowboat.
Appearing in "War Incorporated"
- Mars, "the War Master" (First appearance) (Apparent Death)
- Krubb, munitions maker of Zonia (Only appearance; dies)
- Brijalian soldiers
- Zonian soldiers
- Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Cs
Synopsis for "War Incorporated"
The mysterious Mr. Mars and his client, munitions magnate Krubb, try to instigate a war between Zonia and Brijal. Their trickery is exposed by the visiting Blackhawk Squadron. At the explosive end of their battle, Krubb is definitely dead, and Blackhawk is left to wonder whether Mars had gotten away or not.
Appearing in "The King of Blackhawk Island"
- Karga (arrested)
- his gunmen, (heavily outnumbering the Blackhawks)
- Killer Shark (slide-projector image only)
- Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Cs
- Kargas' squadron's jets (damaged and captured)
Synopsis for "The King of Blackhawk Island"
A gang leader takes over Blackhawk Island while the team is away, and uses its own fortifications and defenses to drive off the returning Blackhawk Squadron. His big plan is to use the island as a base from which to prey on commercial shipping. The Blackhawks use guerrilla tactics to oust the usurpers.
- Hell's Hero
- Zorog is a dictator, and leads a "dictatorial party," but is not quite explicitly identified as a Red.
- Six Blaskhawk F-90Cs are destroyed on the ground by Kerentlyan tanks.
- Blackhawk uses a handgun to kill quite a few Kerentlyan soldiers, but also shoots a pistol out of an enemy's hand, Lone Ranger style.
- This issue's 4-page Chop Chop story was 5 pages long when it appeared in Blackhawk #43.
- War Incorporated
- The self-styled "Mars" in this story is no known relation to anybody else named Mars. Blackhawk calls him "the War Master."
- Brijal and Zonia have been at peace for 100 years, therefore they are not in Europe.
- Zonia has a President. Starting on page 6 of this 7-page story, "Brijal" starts to be called "Brojil."
- King of Blackhawk Island
- Blackhawk startles the bad guys with a projected slide of Killer Shark, whom he refers to as "Tiger Shark."
- The current version of Blackhawk Island contains a rich seam of coal, which is mined and used to generate electricity.
- Also featured in this issue of Blackhawk was:
- "Revenge" (text story)
- No trivia.
Links and References