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"Aurora - Queen of the Arctic": A new weather station begins operation near the North Pole. A beautiful, scantily-clad woman lures three of the men out into a storm, then captures the remaining two with the help of armed men. One of the team started to radio for help before being shot. Olaf



Appearing in "Aurora - Queen of the Arctic"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Aurora

Locations:

  • Blackhawk Island
  • United World North Pole Weather Station
  • a city under the Arctic snow


Synopsis for "Aurora - Queen of the Arctic"

A new weather station begins operation near the North Pole. A beautiful, scantily-clad woman lures three of the men out into a storm, then captures the remaining two with the help of armed men. One of the team started to radio for help before being shot. Olaf heard the message and alerts Blackhawk. Blackhawk then radios the station to ask the weather conditions for flying over the Arctic to Europe. One of Aurora's men responds that it is clear and warm in the hope that the Blackhawks will die in the storm. The Blackhawks visit the station where they see Aurora outside. Blackhawk and Andre go after her and fall through the snow into an underground city. There Aurora reveals that she has captured the weather station crew and the other Blackhawks. She opens a door to the outside in the crew's cell then releases a poison gas, forcing them outside where they freeze to death. Aurora warns Blackhawk and Andre that if they do not do as she says she will do the same to the other Blackhawks. She explains that her father was an explorer who discovered a valley under the snow which is kept warm by a hot spring and has several valuable minerals. She has a spray-on plastic which allows her to stay warm outside. She captured the weather station in order to lure rich cargo planes into storms so that she could afford the supplies necessary to conquer the world, and she would like Blackhawk to join her. Blackhawk picks up one of several small barrels he sees. When told it is the plastic insulator, he throws it at his captured men. Blackhawk sets the men free and they overpower Aurora's forces. Aurora uncaps the geyser in order to kill everyone, but the Blackhawks escape.

Appearing in "The Rajah of Ramastan"

Featured Characters:

  • Blackhawk

Supporting Characters:

  • Blackhawks

Villains:

  • Radasi
  • Sari

Locations:

  • Blackhawk Island
  • Ramastan, a wealthy Asian country

Synopsis for "The Rajah of Ramastan"

The Blackhawks stop another would-be dictator and are getting ready to take off when Blackhawk stops a man running across the airfield with a bomb. The bomb was intended for a plane carrying the Rajah of Ramastan, as well as Princess Sari and her uncle Prime Minister Radasi. The Rajah is known as a friend of democracy, but is suffering from a fatal illness. He asks to speak with Blackhawk in private. On returning to Blackhawk Island, Blackhawk reveals that he has been asked to marry Sari and become the next ruler of Ramastan, and he has decided to take the Rajah's offer and flies to Ramastan. A week later, the other Blackhawks arrive at the Rajah's palace and learns that the transfer of power has already occurred although the official ceremony is tomorrow. Blackhawk has the former Rajah imprisoned and assigned hard labor on bread and water. When his men try to interfere, Blackhawk has them arrested. Princess Sari tells Blackhawk she has a message from another nation which has been waiting for a ruler of Ramastan to ally with. This ruler intends to conquer the world and would like Ramastan's help. Blackhawk responds that with Ramastan's wealth, he should conquer Asia without outside help. Radasi then meets with the ambassador, Arnik, of this country. Arnik paid Radasi to assassinate the former Rajah. Radasi promises to start an uprising that will kill Blackhawk that night. Meanwhile, the Blackhawks decide that Blackhawk must be having mental problems, so they plan on breaking out that night and taking Blackhawk to a doctor. That night, the former Rajah pretends to be dying. When a guard checks on him, he overpowers the guard and escapes. Sari leads some men into Blackhawk's room, but Blackhawk has left a dummy in the bed and begins attacking them. The other Blackhawks arrive and together they put down the uprising. Blackhawk reveals that he accepted the throne in order to track down the people behind the assassination attempt. He also learned from the doctors that the Rajah wasn't sick, just bored, and had him imprisoned to cure him. The Rajah regains his throne and Blackhawk rejoins his men.

Appearing in "Hanfrey: World Menace"

Featured Characters:

  • Blackhawk

Supporting Characters:

  • Blackhawk

Villains:

  • Hanfrey

Locations:

  • Pirou, an island prison
  • Larro and Palmo, two islands
  • a jungle near Palmo

Synopsis for "Hanfrey: World Menace"

The island of Pirou serves as a prison to some of the most dangerous criminals, including Hanfrey whose crimes nearly started a war. One day Hanfrey starts a riot and is picked up by his men in a helicopter, shouting, “Larro---Palmo---and right!” as he leaves. The Blackhawks fly to the islands of Larro and Palmo. Landing on Palmo they are attacked by a man with a gun. Chop Chop captures the man, and they continue on a route leading right from the line from Larro to Palmo. This leads them to the mainland. After flying over a jungle, they land near a city. Their prisoner escaped and the Blackhawks split up to look for him. Blackhawk is captured by Hanfrey. Hanfrey is holding a meeting with his lieutenants to plan a series of coordinated raids around the world. The Blackhawks carry devices on their wrists that send out radio signals. Blackhawk has managed to use his, and when his men arrive they capture Hanfrey and his men.

Appearing in "Chop Chop"

Featured Characters:

  • Chop-Chop

Supporting Characters:


Villains:


Locations:



Synopsis for "Chop Chop"

Chop Chop Cannot resist getting his fortune told by an attractive gypsy. She warns him that danger will befall him from above some time today. Chop Chop has lunch with a friend. As they leave the restaurant, a sign falls off the wall onto the table where they had been sitting. Chop Chop then takes a job delivering a package. Two men want the package, so they climb some scaffolding along the way and throe a can of paint down at Chop Chop. However, Chop Chop saw the scaffolding and crossed the street to be safe. They then go to the building where the package is to be delivered and throe a large flower pot out the window when Chop Chop arrives. However, a boy on tricycle runs out in front of him, and the pot misses him. Chop Chop delivers the package and then goes to tell the gypsy that nothing had happened, but her ceiling collapses on his head.

Appearing in "Atomic Blast"

Featured Characters:

  • The Avenger

Supporting Characters:

  • Fury

Villains:


Locations:



Synopsis for "Atomic Blast"

The Avenger and Fury have been monitoring a secret factory where they have detected atomic radiation. One day they get a radio call. They see a red airplane dropping a strange bomb and destroy an entire community. They manage to shoot the plane, but the pilot bails out. They land and find the pilot dying. He boasts that at sunset they will launch a nuclear powered space ship which will place a weapon on the moon to destroy the world’s democracies. The Avenger and Fury return to their headquarters where the Avenger mounts a tank of radioactive dust to his plane. They fly to the factory and see men in protective suits, so the Avenger releases the dust. When they attempt to launch the rocket, it starts a reaction in the radioactive dust and the factory is destroyed in a huge explosion.

Appearing in "The Casbah"

Featured Characters:

  • Blackhawk

Supporting Characters:

  • The Blackhawks

Villains:

  • Hassa
  • Kral

Locations:



Synopsis for "The Casbah"

In a marketplace, the Blackhawks pick up a scroll that they are to deliver to Washington. The scroll is stolen and taken to a woman named Hassa who wishes to become part of an espionage ring. Kral, the leader of the spy ring finds that the document is in code and orders Hassa to capture Blackhawk. Hassa sends a girl named Carla to bring the Blackhawks to her. They lock the Blackhawks in a room and throe tear gas in. The Blackhawks escape out a window and defeat Kral’s men, but Hassa escapes with scroll. Meanwhile Carla, not knowing about the spy ring has gone back to check on the Blackhawks and is trapped with the tear gas. The Blackhawks rescue her and she leads Blackhawk and Andre to Hassa and the scroll.

Notes

  • Atomic Blast is a text story.

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