"The Phantom Saboteur": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- Donnevetter! Ve haff been snatched by ein lunatic! If der movie shows Blackhawks punching Reds in der jaw, we will work without pay!
- 1 Synopsis for "The Phantom Saboteur"
- 2 Appearing in "The Phantom Saboteur"
- 3 Synopsis for "David and Goliath In the Sky"
- 4 Appearing in "David and Goliath In the Sky"
- 5 Synopsis for "The Temple of Doom"
- 6 Appearing in "The Temple of Doom"
- 7 Synopsis for "The Black Flag"
- 8 Appearing in "The Black Flag"
- 9 Notes
- 10 Trivia
- 11 See Also
- 12 Recommended Reading
- 13 Links and References
Synopsis for "The Phantom Saboteur"
Appearing in "The Phantom Saboteur"
- Colonel Nichevo, spy-master
- Dr. Kurov, brain-washer
- Blackhawk Island
- Kurov's supersonic brain-washing device (Destroyed)
- six Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Cs
- fake European troop train (Destroyed)
Synopsis for "David and Goliath In the Sky"
In August 1918, German biplanes are dropping bombs on London, and British Sopwith Camels are intercepting them. A daylight raid is repelled but that night a giant zeppelin arrives over the Channel, bound for London. Lt. Culley takes off, from a barge in the Channel, in a Sopwith Camel, and engages this airship, at 20,000 feet. That's higher than a Sopwith Camel, or its pilot, could operate, and Culley knows this going in, but in he goes. He soon is freezing and half-conscious from oxygen loss, and his plane is handling like a wet kite, but the enemy is aloft in an enormous hydrogen balloon, so that shoot-out ends explosively. By great good luck and a quick and skillful ground crew's assistance, Culley is able to land at night on an ill-lit field, and would be able to walk away from the landing, if his squadron mates weren't carrying him on their shoulders!
Appearing in "David and Goliath In the Sky"
- Lieutenant S.D. Culley, RAF
- RAF barge crew
- RAF ground crew
- German Zeppelin Commander (Dies)
- his air crew (Dies)
- British Sopwith Camels
- German biplane bombers (some destroyed)
- German Zeppelin L-53 (Destroyed)
Synopsis for "The Temple of Doom"
Appearing in "The Temple of Doom"
- his soldiers
- Eagle Aircraft, testing grounds
- Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
- Comrade General Molok's movie studio base
- Moloch the Destroyer, giant iron idol
- Tavis's Ducted Fan Aircraft prototype
Synopsis for "The Black Flag"
Appearing in "The Black Flag"
- Captain Morgan (Flashback only)
- his pirate crew (Flashback only)
- Captain Morgg (Dies)
- his pirate crew (arrested)
- Governor Prage
- Mayor Luro
- Blackhawk Lockheed F-90Cs
- "Jolly Roger", reconditioned galleon
- Phantom Saboteur
- Dr. Kurov uses electronic supersonic radio waves to rearrange Olaf's brain-wave patterns and turn him into a Communist. Only another treatment, with even higher sound waves, could reverse this effect.
- All of the Blackhawks, not just Hendrickson (as seen last issue), carry miniature tape recorders in their boot heels.
- Temple of Doom
- The location of Tavis' aircraft factory is never identified, but seems American.
- The nationality of "Colonel" and his troops, in the second-to-last panel of the story, is likewise never identified.
- Tavis's Ducted Fan Aircraft actually worked, but was never seen again.
- Also featured in this issue of Blackhawk was:
- Blackhawk: "The Wild Jungle" (text story)
- According to Blackhawk, Moloch the Destroyer was also called Baal the Devourer.
- Blackhawk Squadron Recommended Reading