- Under ze table, Dadanya! I have vowed to protect you with my life!
Appearing in "Nobody Replaces a Blackhawk"Edit
- Gunner Griff (a replacement Blackhawk) (Single appearance)
- General Ironside (Single appearance)
- The Octopus Gang (Single appearance)
- Sweetie Pie, defense computer
Synopsis for "Nobody Replaces a Blackhawk"EditThe Octopus Gang steals a government defense computer known as Sweetie Pie. When the Blackhawks try to follow the gang, Olaf's head is injured and he gets vertigo. Blackhawk replaces Olaf with an ex-con named Gunner Griff. Griff helps the team track down Sweetie Pie, but he falls victim to claustrophobia when fighting the crooks. Olaf's vertigo is cured by another blow to the head. He rejoins the team and helps capture the gang.
Appearing in Detached Service Diary, Andre: "The Girl Who Broke Andre's Heart"Edit
- Dadanya and Yzil (Princess of Rutovia and her servant)
- The President of the United States
Synopsis for Detached Service Diary, Andre: "The Girl Who Broke Andre's Heart"Edit
Andre is assigned to protect the princess of Rutovia during her visit to America. At dinner, Andre is struck from behind. When he recovers he sees Dadanya leaving with her servant. Andre learns that the princess loves the servant Yzil, but her father won't allow her to marry a commoner. The following day, the other Blackhawks, who are disguised as assassins, stage an attack on the princess. Andre pretends to be overcome, while Yzil fights off the attack. The fight is captured on film. In return for saving the life of the princess, Yzil is allowed to marry her.
- The 2nd story is a Detached Service Diary entry.
- The pencil art on the 2nd story in this issue is credited by one source to Dick Dillin and by another to Gene Colan.
- No trivia.
- Write your own review of this comic!
- Discuss Blackhawk Vol 1 211 on the forums
- Cover gallery for the Blackhawk series
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks