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Blackhawk

Modern Comics #61 is an issue of the series Modern Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 1947.

Synopsis for Blackhawk: "Tivarr the Ataman"


Appearing in Blackhawk: "Tivarr the Ataman"

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Tivarr, the Ataman (reported dead)
    • Asian mountain horsemen (some die)

Other Characters:

  • conference of diplomats
  • Marcia Sophen
  • Professor Sophen
    • other Western fliers and explorers

Locations:

  • unknown mountainous region in Asia

Vehicles:


Synopsis for Torchy: "The Receptionist Gig"


Appearing in Torchy: "The Receptionist Gig"

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Synopsis for Ex-Private Dogtag: "Dogtag the Reporter"

Dogtag temporarily and accidentally gains super powers by drinking a street vendor's hair-restorative potion.

Appearing in Ex-Private Dogtag: "Dogtag the Reporter"

Featured Characters:

Synopsis for Ezra: "Ambassador Club's Tea Dance at the Ritz"


Appearing in Ezra: "Ambassador Club's Tea Dance at the Ritz"

Featured Characters:

  • Ezra Jones

Synopsis for Will Bragg: "Professional Wrestling"


Appearing in Will Bragg: "Professional Wrestling"

Featured Characters:

  • Will Bragg

Synopsis for Choo Choo: "Another Day in Hollywood"


Appearing in Choo Choo: "Another Day in Hollywood"

Featured Characters:

  • Choo Choo LaMoe

Supporting Characters:

  • Cherry Lane

Notes

  • Blackhawk deliberately crashes his Grumman Skyrocket into a forest; this is his second deliberate plane crash.[1]
    • This is Blackhawk's ninth plane crash. Over the course of his long combat career, Blackhawk survived at least seventeen aircraft crashes.[2]
    • This also is at least Chop Chop's third crash.[3]
    • This is the 15th Blackhawk warplane to be destroyed.[4]
    • Being a Blackhawk is dangerous.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Modern Comics were:
    • Poodle McDoodle
    • Prudence by Michael Senich
    • "The Tall Dark Man" (text story)



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