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Moon Fawn (wife, deceased); Hawk, Son of Tomahawk (son, deceased); Small Eagle (son, deceased); Grey Elk (father-in-law); Wise Owl (brother-in-law, deceased)
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American colonies during the latter half of the 18th century
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Frontiersman

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HistoryEdit

Thomas Haukins was a soldier of the 18th century who served under George Washington during the French-Indian War and acquired his nickname Tomahawk, due to its resemblance to a trademark weapon of the Iroquois Confederacy's warriors, and to the skill he developed with that weapon.

By the time of the American Revolutionary War, Haukins subsequently achieved further fame as one of Washington's most capable operatives, leading a band of soldiers under the informal nickname of "Tomahawk's Rangers". During this period, Haukins encountered many adversaries, most notably the British nobleman and spy Gerald Shilling.[1]

By the 1800, Haukins had fallen upon hard times and became a tax collector in Gotham Town. On the celebrations of the New Year, a drunken Haukins was tricked by Gerald Shilling, who disguised himself as Haukins' close ally Stovepipe, in obtaining a mystical piece of amber containing the spirit of an earth elemental in the guise of collecting taxes from the Transvaal Trader before it left port. The Transvaal Trader was also the ship carrying Shilling's employer, Jason Blood. Through the evening, Haukins acquired the coveted amber crystal from an Apache woman named Moon Fawn. Haukins soon became sobered up enough that he could see through Shilling's disguise. The two fought one another, and during the fight, the essence of the earth elemental trapped in the amber used its powers to dash their boat along the embankment. Haukins and Shilling continued to fight one another on dry land, and they fell through a chasm into an immense bat-filled batcave. During the struggle, Haukins lost the amber fragment and it fell into a pool of molten liquid. Shilling reached his hand into the liquid to retrieve it, but upon doing so, the amber was fused to his hand, mummifying the entirety of his arm. Haukins tore the desiccated limb free from its socket and left Lord Shilling for dead. Thereafter, he re-encounter with Moon Fawn and her father Wise Owl, and was explained by them about the origins of the amber rock and the prophecy of the earth elemental to Tomahawk. He also learned that he is destined to wed Moon Fawn and that she will bear his children.[2]

Haukins subsequently fell in love with Moon Fawn and forego the ways of the "civilized" world and return to the wilderness with her. They lived in Echo Valley and were married. Shortly thereafter, Moon Fawn gave birth to Haukins' son, Hawk.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit


Abilities

  • Throwing: Tomahawk is an expert at throwing weapons. His preferred weapon is a Native American tamahaac.
  • Multilingualism: Tomahawk is fluent in several Native American languages.

ParaphernaliaEdit


Transportation

Horse

Weapons

Native American tomahawk

NotesEdit

  • Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985-86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.

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