Quote1 They look like grapes, Blackhawk! Maybe they even taste like grapes ... but let's not find out ... Quote2
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  • Aviation Stanislaus was one of the best combat pilots in the world, and served with distinction in the extremely elite Blackhawk Squadron for almost two decades.
  • Botany Stan once identified an acid-juiced weed that enabled the team to escape a dungeon cell by corroding the door hinges.[1] He also can visually spot the difference between real grapes and a poison fruit from the Forest of Katrovi, in his homeland.[2]
  • Chemistry Stan's knowledge of chemistry enabled the team to prove an arsonist's guilt.[3]
  • Hand-to-Hand Combat (Basic)
  • Multilingualism Stanislaus understood spoken Russian,[4] as well as his native Polish, German, English, and several other languages.
  • Singing On their return flights from their many international adventures, it was commonplace for the seven aviators of the Blackhawk Squadron to join their voices in a hearty chorus of their Blackhawk Anthem,[5] often improvising new verses to fit the circumstances of that particular adventure.


  • This version of Stanislaus, including all history and corresponding appearances, was erased from existence following the collapse of the original Multiverse in the 1985–86 Crisis on Infinite Earths limited series. Even though versions of the character may have since appeared, this information does not apply to those versions.
  • Per Blackhawk #85, 1st story, in early 1955, Stanislaus is 6', 170 lbs.
  • In 1944 Stanislaus received a serious bullet wound.[6]
  • Later that same year Stanislaus almost went blind. His vision was saved with transplanted corneas, donated by a dog.[7]
  • Stanislaus deliberately crashed his Grumman Skyrocket into an enemy zeppelin.[8]. He survived a second plane crash in 1948, when an enemy jet crashed into his XF5F.[9]
  • Like Andre before him,[10] Stanislaus has been apparently killed,[11] then months later returned to the team.[12]
  • Stanislaus was knocked unconscious by blunt instrument head trauma at least four times.[13]



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