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"The Space Age Marauders": The Blackhawks confront a new gang of criminals using space age technology in their crimes, The Space Age Marauders and Zero-X (their leader). Andre's plane is shot down by the gang's missiles. The crooks question him to learn the location of Blackhawk Island, which th



Appearing in "The Space Age Marauders"

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Synopsis for "The Space Age Marauders"

The Blackhawks confront a new gang of criminals using space age technology in their crimes, The Space Age Marauders and Zero-X (their leader). Andre's plane is shot down by the gang's missiles. The crooks question him to learn the location of Blackhawk Island, which they intend to destroy with a missile. Andre doesn't talk, and Blackhawk rescues him. The other Blackhawks shoot down the missile on its way to its secondary target, Center City.

Appearing in "The Amazing Mr. Lariat"

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Synopsis for "The Amazing Mr. Lariat"

A criminal calling himself the Lariat announces that he will commit a robbery at one of two locations. The Blackhawks split up to guard both places. The Lariat captures Olaf, Stanislaus, and Chuck, as part of his plan to eliminate his opposition. The other Blackhawks try to find their missing comrades. Hendrickson and Andre are also captured leaving only Blackhawk and Chop Chop to rescue them. Blackhawk tricks the Lariat when they clash again. Chop Chop is able to release the others, while Blackhawk rounds up the Lariat's gang.

Appearing in "Return of Lady Blackhawk"

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Synopsis for "Return of Lady Blackhawk"

The Blackhawks are captured by The Scavenger (last seen in the third story of Blackhawk #133), aboard a floating island. Before their capture, Blackhawk is able to send a brief radio message. Zinda, the Lady Blackhawk, receives the message and flies her jet to the area where the team disappeared. Blackhawk signals her to turn back, fearing the Scavenger's weapon will shoot her down. Zinda complies, leaving the area and sending for help. Lady Blackhawk then returns to the island, with a remote-controlled plane, and a plan. The Scavenger shoots down her jet, but Zinda has secretly swum to the island, then released the Blackhawks, who then defeat the Scavenger and his gang.

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Following the third story in this issue, Zinda is accepted as an honorary member of the Blackhawks.

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