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Published January 1957 by DC
The Threat from the Abyss
Robert Bernstein
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Hendrickson; Chop Chop; Chuck; Olaf; Stan]; Dr. Algov
"The Threat from the Abyss" The Blackhawks become deep sea divers to stop the menace of Dr. Algov, who has been destroying ships with atomic missiles launched from his submarine.
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Published January 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Threat from the Abyss
Writer
Robert Bernstein
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Hendrickson; Chop Chop; Chuck; Olaf; Stan]; Dr. Algov
Storyline
"The Threat from the Abyss" The Blackhawks become deep sea divers to stop the menace of Dr. Algov, who has been destroying ships with atomic missiles launched from his submarine.

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Killer Shark's Secret Weapon
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Killer Shark returns, piloting a giant mechanical whale that he uses to capture the Blackhawks.

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Story Title
The Mutiny of the Red Sailors
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawks try to help a group of Communist defectors in Hong Kong, but they turn out to be saboteurs.

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"I told Lois I'd call her!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line

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"These are some of my hunting trophies!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
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Published February 1957 by DC
The Avalanche King
Robert Bernstein
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Stan; Chuck; Hendrickson; Olaf; Chop Chop; Andre]; Dr. Ramon Vicaro; Maria Vicaro
"The Avalanche King" The Blackhawks are called to Chile, where avalanches have destroyed several national defense sites. They discover that a scientist, Dr. Vicaro, is causing them, but his daughter helps them defeat her criminal father.
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Published February 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Avalanche King
Writer
Robert Bernstein
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Stan; Chuck; Hendrickson; Olaf; Chop Chop; Andre]; Dr. Ramon Vicaro; Maria Vicaro
Storyline
"The Avalanche King" The Blackhawks are called to Chile, where avalanches have destroyed several national defense sites. They discover that a scientist, Dr. Vicaro, is causing them, but his daughter helps them defeat her criminal father.

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Blackhawk the Sorcerer
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
An uncharted island in the Pacific is home to an ancient Norman colony descended from shipwreck survivors who landed there in the eleventh century. Blackhawk tries to convince them that he has magical powers in a bargain for the freedom of his team.

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The Raid on Blackhawk Island
Script
Dave Wood
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
When Blackhawk appears to have been killed, the rest of the team must face the War Wheel, the Flying Tank and Killer Shark's octopus, all under the control of the Question Mark, without their leader. But Chuck realizes the Question Mark is Blackhawk in disguise, and Blackhawk reveals that his ruse was a test to see who could best lead the Blackhawks in his absence.

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"Ah, nature -- sweet nature!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line

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"Imagine! Professor Zilch lived one whole year..."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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"I've got the afternoon off!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
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Published March 1957 by DC
The Mystery of Tigress Island
Robert Bernstein
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chop Chop; Stan; Hendrickson; Olaf; Chuck]; Tigresses [Joan Sanders; Ilse; Tina; Yvette; Edith; Rita]; Kurt Ostrec; Blackie
"The Mystery of Tigress Island" The team is captured and imprisoned by the Tigresses, an international band of women pilots who model themselves after the Blackhawks.
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Published March 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Mystery of Tigress Island
Writer
Robert Bernstein
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chop Chop; Stan; Hendrickson; Olaf; Chuck]; Tigresses [Joan Sanders; Ilse; Tina; Yvette; Edith; Rita]; Kurt Ostrec; Blackie
Storyline
"The Mystery of Tigress Island" The team is captured and imprisoned by the Tigresses, an international band of women pilots who model themselves after the Blackhawks.

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The Prophet of Disaster
Script
?
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Dick Dillin
Story Line
A fortune teller warns the Blackhawks of strange events in their futures, but it's a scam to keep them away from the scene of crimes already planned.

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Duel of Giants
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Criminal scientist Zaroc has a formula that causes him to grow to giant size and gives him electrical powers. Blackhawk then drinks the formula himself so that he will be able to fight Zaroc on equal terms.
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Published April 1957 by DC
The Menace of the Machines
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Stan; Olaf; Chop Chop; Hendrickson; Chuck]; Eric Munsen
"The Menace of the Machines" A crazed film special effects genius creates miniature machines to steal for him and challenges the Blackhawks to stop him.
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Published April 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Menace of the Machines
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Stan; Olaf; Chop Chop; Hendrickson; Chuck]; Eric Munsen
Storyline
"The Menace of the Machines" A crazed film special effects genius creates miniature machines to steal for him and challenges the Blackhawks to stop him.

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The Perils of Blackie, the Wonder Bird
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Blackie, the team's mascot hawk, is sent to retrieve a message from an undercover agent, then must evade the smugglers trying to keep the Blackhawks from receiving the message.

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Trigger Craig's Magic Carpet
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Gangster Trigger Craig finds a magic flying carpet and embarks on a crime spree.
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Published May 1957 by DC
The Doomed Dogfight
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chop Chop; Hendrickson; Chuck; Stan; Olaf]; Colonel Eric von Cramm
"The Doomed Dogfight" Nazi Colonel von Cramm returns to challenge his old enemy Blackhawk to a rigged dogfight.
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Published May 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Doomed Dogfight
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chop Chop; Hendrickson; Chuck; Stan; Olaf]; Colonel Eric von Cramm
Storyline
"The Doomed Dogfight" Nazi Colonel von Cramm returns to challenge his old enemy Blackhawk to a rigged dogfight.

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Story Title
Codes of the Jungle
Script
?
Pencils
Jim McArdle
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The Crimson Vultures
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Vultures are criminal counterparts of the Blackhawks who plot to destroy the team.

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Story Title
The Eighth Blackhawk
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
When Jim Turner saves Blackhawk's life, he is invited to become an honorary member of the team, but he is secretly planning to betray them to Zorac.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
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Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
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Published June 1957 by DC
The Volunteers of Doom
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Dick Dillin
Charles Cuidera
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Stanislaus; Hendrickson; Olaf; Chop Chop; Chuck]; Professor Lamont; Martin (villain); Riga (villain); Carlos (villain)
"The Volunteers of Doom" The Blackhawks offer to test several new inventions but their lives are endangered when the machines are sabotaged.
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Published June 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Volunteers of Doom
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Charles Cuidera
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Stanislaus; Hendrickson; Olaf; Chop Chop; Chuck]; Professor Lamont; Martin (villain); Riga (villain); Carlos (villain)
Storyline
"The Volunteers of Doom" The Blackhawks offer to test several new inventions but their lives are endangered when the machines are sabotaged.

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The Saboteur on Blackhawk Island
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Every one of the Blackhawks is under suspicion when mysterious explosions cause destruction on Blackhawk Island.

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Story Title
The Cellblock in the Sky
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
When Mr. Gaol hears that his design for a new escape-proof prison has been rejected, he takes the identity of the Jailer and uses his techniques to capture and imprison the Blackhawks, to prove the value of his work.
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Published July 1957 by DC
The Gladiators of Blackhawk Island
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Chop Chop; Andre Blanc Dumont; Olaf Bjornson; Hans Hendrickson; Stanislaus; Chuck Wilson]; Fred K. Cash
"The Gladiators of Blackhawk Island" Fred Cash challenges the Blackhawks to battle each other to determine which member is the mightiest. He tries to trick them into using radioactive chalk bullets, hoping the radiation will kill them.
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Published July 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Gladiators of Blackhawk Island
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Chop Chop; Andre Blanc Dumont; Olaf Bjornson; Hans Hendrickson; Stanislaus; Chuck Wilson]; Fred K. Cash
Storyline
"The Gladiators of Blackhawk Island" Fred Cash challenges the Blackhawks to battle each other to determine which member is the mightiest. He tries to trick them into using radioactive chalk bullets, hoping the radiation will kill them.

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Story Title
The First Interplanetary War -- Attack and Counterattack
Script
Clemens Gretter
Pencils
Clemens Gretter
Story Line
Lt. Boyd and his men stop a Martian invasion.

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Story Title
20,000 Leagues Beneath the Earth
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Mole captures the Blackhawks and tries to use them to help him burrow into Fort Knox.

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Story Title
The Winged Goliath
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawks enlarge their mascot Blackie to giant size and he then goes on a crime spree.

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Story Title
"Don't forget, Bill! It's tomorrow!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Ollie's correspondence class has a reunion.

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Story Title
"A death-defying stunt!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Charlie can't be shot out of a cannon because his foot is stuck.
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Published August 1957 by DC
The Tyrant's Return
Robert Bernstein
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Chuck; Olaf; Andre; Stan; Chop Chop]; Adolf Hitler [von Henkle]; Gustave Breck
"The Tyrant's Return" When Hendrickson stumbles on a Hitler impersonator, he is injured and awakens believing himself to be the Nazi dictator, so the Blackhawks must restore his memory and discover the reason for the original masquerade.
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Published August 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Tyrant's Return
Writer
Robert Bernstein
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Chuck; Olaf; Andre; Stan; Chop Chop]; Adolf Hitler [von Henkle]; Gustave Breck
Storyline
"The Tyrant's Return" When Hendrickson stumbles on a Hitler impersonator, he is injured and awakens believing himself to be the Nazi dictator, so the Blackhawks must restore his memory and discover the reason for the original masquerade.

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Story Title
Blackie Goes Wild
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
When Blackie abandons his training and joins a flock of hawks in migration, the Blackhawks follow him to the island of San Durango, where they happen across a revolt which they help to stop.

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Story Title
The Creature on Blackhawk Island
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
A giant hand from another dimension materializes on Blackhawk Island.

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Story Title
"Young man --"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line

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Story Title
"That's enough practicing for today!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
"Hmm -- very interesting!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
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Published September 1957 by DC
The Prisoners of the Black Palace
Dave Wood
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Chop Chop; Chuck; Andre; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stan]; Spider Web; Zollo
"The Prisoners of the Black Palace" The Blackhawks are captured and imprisoned by Spider Web, a villain who operates a prison for the underworld.
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Published September 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Prisoners of the Black Palace
Writer
Dave Wood
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Chop Chop; Chuck; Andre; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stan]; Spider Web; Zollo
Storyline
"The Prisoners of the Black Palace" The Blackhawks are captured and imprisoned by Spider Web, a villain who operates a prison for the underworld.

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Story Title
The Human Torpedo
Script
Dave Wood
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawk's newest weapon, a manned torpedo, is commandeered by Octo and his gang with Blackhawk inside. A race of mermen attack Octo's mechanical octopus and eventually Blackhawk is freed.

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Story Title
The Outcast Blackhawk
Script
Dave Wood
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Hendrickson is expelled from the team because he fails their regular proficiency tests. He is captured by Manta Ray and used to lure the Blackhawks into a trap, but escapes and saves everyone, which qualifies him for readmission.

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Story Title
"I've been bumping into a lot of hitch-hikers lately!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line

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Story Title
"Look at you, Lem!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
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Published October 1957 by DC
The Menace of the Dragon Boat
?
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Olaf; Chop Chop; Stan; Hendrickson; Andre; Chuck]; Eric Holboe
"The Menace of the Dragon Boat" Olaf is searching for evidence that his ancestor Gunther Bjornson may have discovered America before Leif Ericson. which involves the Blackhawks with a gang of smugglers.
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Published October 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Menace of the Dragon Boat
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Olaf; Chop Chop; Stan; Hendrickson; Andre; Chuck]; Eric Holboe
Storyline
"The Menace of the Dragon Boat" Olaf is searching for evidence that his ancestor Gunther Bjornson may have discovered America before Leif Ericson. which involves the Blackhawks with a gang of smugglers.

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Story Title
The Seven Little Blackhawks
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
One by one the Blackhawks receive notes with rhyming warnings, followed by accidents that put them out of commission.

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Story Title
The Fantastic Mr. Freeze
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
A scientist develops a freeze ray and uses it to commit crimes.

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Story Title
"Who do you think you're shoving?"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line

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Story Title
"Here's a customer, Ollie."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
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Published November 1957 by DC
The Bandit with 1,000 Nets
?
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Chuck; Olaf; Stan; Andre; Chop Chop]; the Net
"The Bandit with 1,000 Nets" The Blackhawks are challenged by the Net, a thief who uses different kinds of nets to commit crimes.
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Published November 1957 by DC

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Story Title
The Bandit with 1,000 Nets
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Chuck; Olaf; Stan; Andre; Chop Chop]; the Net
Storyline
"The Bandit with 1,000 Nets" The Blackhawks are challenged by the Net, a thief who uses different kinds of nets to commit crimes.

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Story Title
The Blackhawk Robinson Crusoes
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawks' submarine is damaged by Sting Ray and his gang, and the team is marooned on an island.

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Story Title
The Town Jesse James Couldn't Rob
Script
John Broome
Pencils
Frank Frazetta
Story Line

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Story Title
The Human Clay Pigeons
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Sniper captures the Blackhawks and threatens to kill them unless Professor Kruger divulges his secret formula for neutralizing atomic radiation.

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Story Title
"Well, we finished this rocket. Let's get in and try it out!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
"I'll have some milk!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
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Published December 1957 by DC
Blackhawk vs. Chief Black Hawk
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Stan; Chuck; Olaf; Andre; Hendrickson; Chop Chop]; Chief Black Hawk; Major Flint
"Blackhawk vs. Chief Black Hawk" When an accident sends the Blackhawks back in time, they help to resolve a misunderstanding between Chief Black Hawk's warrior tribe and the U.S. military.
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Published December 1957 by DC

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Story Title
Blackhawk vs. Chief Black Hawk
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Stan; Chuck; Olaf; Andre; Hendrickson; Chop Chop]; Chief Black Hawk; Major Flint
Storyline
"Blackhawk vs. Chief Black Hawk" When an accident sends the Blackhawks back in time, they help to resolve a misunderstanding between Chief Black Hawk's warrior tribe and the U.S. military.

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Story Title
The Playboy Blackhawk
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Andre inherits a million dollars and his attitude seems to change, leading Blackhawk to fire him from the team.

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Story Title
The Valley of the Monsters
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Stan's plane crashes in the African jungle, and when the Blackhawks go to rescue him they find giant monsters.
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Published January 1958 by DC
The Challenge of the Wizard
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Chop Chop; Andre; Chuck; Olaf; Stanislaus]; the Wizard [Alec Royer]; Carl Pierce; Kan-Du
"The Challenge of the Wizard" The Wizard uses his stage magic tricks to commit crimes and foil the Blackhawks until they deduce his true identity.
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Story Title
The Challenge of the Wizard
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Chop Chop; Andre; Chuck; Olaf; Stanislaus]; the Wizard [Alec Royer]; Carl Pierce; Kan-Du
Storyline
"The Challenge of the Wizard" The Wizard uses his stage magic tricks to commit crimes and foil the Blackhawks until they deduce his true identity.

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Story Title
The Junior Blackhawk
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
A young boy wants to join the Blackhawks, but though he sometimes helps them, he also causes problems as they pursue a gang of thieves.

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Story Title
The Perils of Ulysses
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
An old enemy of the Blackhawks forces the team to defeat the same perils faced by Ulysses in Homer's Odyssey.

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Story Title
"No, I'll take it! You will not!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line

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Story Title
"I haven't been ice skating in years."
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
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Published February 1958 by DC
Secret Weapon of the Archer
?
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Olaf; Chop Chop; Hendrickson; Chuck; Stanislaus]; the Shaft [John Hunter]
"Secret Weapon of the Archer" The Shaft uses giant arrows to disable ships so that his gang can rob them.
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Story Title
Secret Weapon of the Archer
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Olaf; Chop Chop; Hendrickson; Chuck; Stanislaus]; the Shaft [John Hunter]
Storyline
"Secret Weapon of the Archer" The Shaft uses giant arrows to disable ships so that his gang can rob them.

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Story Title
The Jinxed Blackhawk
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
After Blackhawk breaks a mirror and encounters a black cat, bad luck seems to happen to him so he must convince the team that superstitions have no place in their work.

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Story Title
Siege in the Sahara
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawks travel to Africa to find a caravan containing atomic weapons that has been hijacked by the Desert Tiger and his raiders.

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Story Title
"Just a minute, Al!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line

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Story Title
"Emily insisted I come to her house for a home-cooked dinner."
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
"Can I help you with that flat tire?"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
"Remember yer fightin' a tricky guy, tonight, Willie!"
Script
Stan Kaye
Pencils
Stan Kaye
Story Line
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Published March 1958 by DC
The Movie That Backfired
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blakhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Olaf; Andre; Chuck; Stanislaus; Chop Chop]; Mr. Verba; Carlo Vesalius
"The Movie That Backfired" The Blackhawks agree to make a movie of their greatest exploits, but the production is sabotaged, with live munitions substituted for movie props.
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Story Title
The Movie That Backfired
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blakhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Olaf; Andre; Chuck; Stanislaus; Chop Chop]; Mr. Verba; Carlo Vesalius
Storyline
"The Movie That Backfired" The Blackhawks agree to make a movie of their greatest exploits, but the production is sabotaged, with live munitions substituted for movie props.

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Story Title
The Sky Kites
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
KIng Raven and his gang attack the Blackhawks using lightweight, maneuverable kite vehicles.

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Story Title
The Day the Blackhawks Died
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Blackhawk disguises himself as an old enemy and makes it look like he has killed the Blackhawks to trick a gang with a plan to take over Blackhawk Island.
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Published April 1958 by DC
The Underseas Gold Fort
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chop Chop; Olaf; Chuck; Hendrickson; Stanislaus]; Killer Shark; Professor Charles Renault
"The Underseas Gold Fort" Killer Shark kidnaps Professor Renault, who has discovered a simple means of extracting gold from sea water.
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Published April 1958 by DC

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Story Title
The Underseas Gold Fort
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chop Chop; Olaf; Chuck; Hendrickson; Stanislaus]; Killer Shark; Professor Charles Renault
Storyline
"The Underseas Gold Fort" Killer Shark kidnaps Professor Renault, who has discovered a simple means of extracting gold from sea water.

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Story Title
Mystery on Top of the World
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawks must decipher a series of clues to find a plane that crashed years before with a fortune in stolen Nazi gold.

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Story Title
The Human Rocket
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawks are captured by renegade Martian invaders and rocketed to their planetoid base.

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Story Title
"This is uncharted country we're in now."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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"Fire engines!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
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Published May 1958 by DC
Thieves with a Thousand Faces
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Andre; Olaf; Chop Chop; Stanislaus; Chuck]; Blackie; J. J. Mynus
"Thieves with a Thousand Faces" Inventor J. J. Mynus has developed miniature robots that can grow to human size, then shrink again to carry out a series of fantastic robberies.
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Published May 1958 by DC

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Story Title
Thieves with a Thousand Faces
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Andre; Olaf; Chop Chop; Stanislaus; Chuck]; Blackie; J. J. Mynus
Storyline
"Thieves with a Thousand Faces" Inventor J. J. Mynus has developed miniature robots that can grow to human size, then shrink again to carry out a series of fantastic robberies.

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Story Title
The Beauty and the Blackhawks
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Chuck's infatuation with a beautiful nightclub singer who needs his help leads the Blackhawks into a deadly trap on a remote island.

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The Incredible City in the Sky!
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?
Pencils
Ramona Fradon
Story Line
Two Native American warriors outwit the Spaniard conqueror Coronado and his men, forcing them to leave the village of Acoma in peace.

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The Mechanical Spies from Space
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawks must disable three weapon-laden satellites from an unknown space origin.

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"There're too many animals prowling around at night!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published June 1958 by DC
The Secrets of the Blackhawk Time Capsule
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Andre; Olaf; Chop Chop; Stanislaus; Chuck]; the Schemer
"The Secrets of the Blackhawk Time Capsule" The Blackhawks decide to bury the plans for their super-secret weapons in a time capsule to be opened only after their deaths, but the Schemer learns of this and digs it up, building one of the super-weapons for himself.
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Published June 1958 by DC

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Story Title
The Secrets of the Blackhawk Time Capsule
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Hendrickson; Andre; Olaf; Chop Chop; Stanislaus; Chuck]; the Schemer
Storyline
"The Secrets of the Blackhawk Time Capsule" The Blackhawks decide to bury the plans for their super-secret weapons in a time capsule to be opened only after their deaths, but the Schemer learns of this and digs it up, building one of the super-weapons for himself.

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Story Title
The Sunken Island
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
A sunken island emerges from the sea, where the Blackhawks find the descendants of a 13th century Chinese shipwreck who live underground, in two warring factions.

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The Super Blackhawk
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Mole unleashes his atomic disintegrator beam on Blackhawk, but a malfunction gives him temporary super-powers instead of destroying him.
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Published July 1958 by DC
The Secret of the Glass Fort
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Chuck; Stanislaus; Chop Chop; Andre; Hendrickson; Olaf]; Vigo
"The Secret of the Glass Fort" The Blackhawks find the island base of a band of aliens.
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Published July 1958 by DC

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Story Title
The Secret of the Glass Fort
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Chuck; Stanislaus; Chop Chop; Andre; Hendrickson; Olaf]; Vigo
Storyline
"The Secret of the Glass Fort" The Blackhawks find the island base of a band of aliens.

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Story Title
Hendrickson, King for a Day
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Discovering that he is a double for the King Rudolph of Boravia who fled his castle, Hendrickson agrees to take the king's place to avoid unrest. But when the real king is captured by the Iron Duke, the Blackhawks are called to the rescue.

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Pike's Peak Gold Rush
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Irwin Hasen
Story Line
When a miner is attacked by a mountain lion and knocked into a river he accidentally discovers gold.

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The Man Who Collected Blackhawks
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Criminal scientist Zardok has invented a shrinking ray which he uses on the Blackhawks, then attempts to auction them off to the underworld.

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Indian Lacrosse
Script
Tommy Nicolosi
Pencils
Tommy Nicolosi
Story Line
How the Indians played lacrosse.

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Story Title
"Now to try out my new power mower!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published August 1958 by DC
Blackie -- the Winged Sky Fighter
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Stanislaus; Chop Chop; Andre; Olaf; Hendrickson; Chuck]; Blackie; the Raider
"Blackie -- the Winged Sky Fighter" Some of the Blackhawks are lured into a trap by the Raider and Blackie is their only chance of getting word to the rest of the team.
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Published August 1958 by DC

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Story Title
Blackie -- the Winged Sky Fighter
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Stanislaus; Chop Chop; Andre; Olaf; Hendrickson; Chuck]; Blackie; the Raider
Storyline
"Blackie -- the Winged Sky Fighter" Some of the Blackhawks are lured into a trap by the Raider and Blackie is their only chance of getting word to the rest of the team.

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Story Title
The Show-Off Blackhawk
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
When Olaf is approached by a movie producer who wants to make a movie of his exploits he begins to take risks and Blackhawk has to remind him what it means to be part of a team.

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Story Title
The Ghost of Blackhawk
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
A weird electrical accident changes Blackhawk into a phantom, but it allows him to perceive that one of his team has been replaced by an impostor.

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Story Title
"How's the big game hunting here?"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.

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