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"The Return of the Jailer": A seemingly reformed super criminal, the Jailer, works with the Blackhawks to catch crooks.



Appearing in "The Return of the Jailer"

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  • The Jailer
  • Boss Barston
    • his gang
  • Sparkler Adams
    • his gang
  • Ace Kirby
    • The Penthouse Gang (Trigger Thompson, others)

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Synopsis for "The Return of the Jailer"

A seemingly reformed super criminal, the Jailer, works with the Blackhawks to catch crooks.

Appearing in "The Creature with 1000 Powers!"

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  • Alien Animal
  • Alien Animal Owner

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Synopsis for "The Creature with 1000 Powers!"

A super criminal called the Dragon (who flies a B-47 like airplane) uses an alien creature with amazing powers to commit crimes.

Appearing in "The Rainbow Blackhawks"

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  • Mr. Beam
    • two henchmen

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  • Mainland barracks

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Synopsis for "The Rainbow Blackhawks"

The Blackhawks wear different colored uniforms to combat a criminal scientist who uses colored ray beams to commit crimes.

Notes

  • The Jailer last appeared in Blackhawk #113, and next appears in Blackhawk #193.
  • Also appearing in this issue of Blackhawk was:
  • "Missile on the Move" (text story, about how an ICBM is moved from the factory to its launch pad at Cape Canaveral)

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