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Synopsis for Blackhawk: "Citizen Jan"
Appearing in Blackhawk: "Citizen Jan"
- Janos Prohaska (Origin)
- Blackhawk Squadron
- Franklin Delano Roosevelt
- William Randolph Hearst
- Jozek Prohaska (Flashback only)
- Kazimiera Prohaska (Flashback only)
- Reba MacMahon (Final appearance)
- Stalin (In a photograph only)
- Wladyslaw Prohaska (Flashback only)
- Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
- United States of America
- Washington, D.C.
- Grumman XF5F Skyrocket
- PZL P.50a Jastrzab
Synopsis for El Diablo: "Folk Tales"
Appearing in El Diablo: "Folk Tales"
- El Diablo (Flashback and main story)
- Austin Bowie (Flashback only)
- Chuy Salinas
- Father Francisco Guzman (Flashback only)
- Tommy Longstreet (Flashback only)
- Andy Villareal (Dies in flashback)
- The events from "Citizen Jan" take place after the events of the three-issue 1988 Blackhawk limited series.
- Earliest chronological appearance of Janos Prohaska. Prohaska's origin as presented in this issue, differs greatly from the one originally presented in Military Comics #1.
- First Post-Crisis references to former Blackhawk pilots Boris Zinoviev, Ian Holcomb-Baker and Kazimierc "Zeg" Zegota-Januszajtis. In Golden Age continuity, these pilots were referred to only as Boris, Baker and Zeg. Baker made his first appearance in Military Comics #1. Boris and Zeg made their first appearance in Military Comics #2.
- In Golden Age continuity, Wolfgang Teppel was known as Captain Von Tepp.
- The story title "Citizen Jan" is a reference to the 1941 Orson Welles film Citizen Kane. The movie was loosely based on the life of media magnate William Randolph Hearst. Ironically, Hearst makes a guest appearance in this issue.