"The Fiendish Impersonator": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- Wha ... This is too good to be true! A weak rotted roof and a nice soft bed!
- — Chuck
- 1 Synopsis for "The Fiendish Impersonator"
- 2 Appearing in "The Fiendish Impersonator"
- 3 Synopsis for Chop Chop: "Tempest In a Teapot"
- 4 Appearing in Chop Chop: "Tempest In a Teapot"
- 5 Synopsis for "The Fire Wheel"
- 6 Appearing in "The Fire Wheel"
- 7 Synopsis for "The Super-Sonic Menace"
- 8 Appearing in "The Super-Sonic Menace"
- 9 Notes
- 10 See Also
- 11 Links and References
Synopsis for "The Fiendish Impersonator"
Appearing in "The Fiendish Impersonator"
- Professor DuBois
- Southern France
- Atomic Laboratory on Mount Freedom
- six Lockheed F-90C interceptors
Synopsis for Chop Chop: "Tempest In a Teapot"
This story is reprinted from Blackhawk #30.
Chop Chop gets shanghaied onto a whaling ship for a three year voyage, but dupes the insane captain into reinstating the former cook and releasing Chop Chop.
Appearing in Chop Chop: "Tempest In a Teapot"
- Captain Blorne
- his crew
- his ex-cook
- whaling vessel
Synopsis for "The Fire Wheel"
Appearing in "The Fire Wheel"
- Comrade Flame
- fake firemen
- Science City Spokesman
- Nurvania, a democracy
- Science City
- Fire Wheel, a flying-saucer-style incendiary weapon-system
- Lockheed F-90C interceptors
Synopsis for "The Super-Sonic Menace"
Appearing in "The Super-Sonic Menace"
- United World's defense army in Europe (many casualties)
- Super Sonic (Dies)
- his airfield crew (captured)
- Central Europe
- United World's Ammunition Depot (Destroyed)
- United World's Central Border Defense System
- Sonic's fortified airfield
- Blackhawk Jet Miniature Remote Control Unit
- six Lockheed F-90C interceptors
- Red Super-Sonic Streak (Destroyed)
- outruns missiles, and bullets, from other fighter aircraft
- According to this issue's 1st story, page 4, panel 1:
- Andre is 5' 11", 173 lbs.
- Blackhawk is 6' 1", 180 lbs.
- Chuck is 6', 180 lbs.
- Hendrickson is 5' 10", 230 lbs.
- Olaf is 6' 5", 230 lbs.
- Stanislaus is 6', 170 lbs.
- In the 1st story, page 4, panel 2: Dagon's dialogue again notes that Hendrickson is from Free Germany.
- Comrade Dagon spent years filming and taping the Blackhawks in action, and could convincingly impersonate six out of the seven of them.
- In the Blackhawk stories this issue, Chop Chop's appearance is almost completely cartoonish, only with more varied facial expressions. His ears are enormous. In his solo story, he's a full-on caricature.
- The Lockheed F90Cs are armed with 4 rockets and 2 "jet cannons".
- The Lockheed F90Cs can be landed by remote control, after their pilots bail out.
- Blackhawk himself was shot down by the Fire Wheel. This is his twenty-first time to be shot down. Being a Blackhawk is dangerous.
- Also Blackhawk is head-konked with a pistol butt, but it doesn't knock him out.
- "United World" (U.W.) seems to be the Quality Universe equivalent of NATO.
- Also featured in this issue of Blackhawk was:
- "Rat In a Trap" (text story)
Links and References
- Military Comics #6, Military Comics #13, Military Comics #14, Military Comics #19, Military Comics #28, Military Comics #33, Blackhawk #9, Military Comics #39, Military Comics #42, Modern Comics #44, Blackhawk #10, Blackhawk #12, Blackhawk #13, Modern Comics #69, Blackhawk #18, Blackhawk #21 4th story, Blackhawk #36 1st story, Blackhawk #64 1st story, Blackhawk #80 1st story, Blackhawk #81 3rd story, Blackhawk #85 3rd story