- Why are you wearing that uniform? You're not Domino.
- -- Blackhawk
Appearing in "The Domino Principle!"Edit
- Benito Mussolini (Appears in flashback and main story)
- General Hastings, Royal Army
- Neville Chamberlain (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Sammy Sweet, bandleader (Cameo)
Synopsis for "The Domino Principle!"Edit
A German barmaid named Helga, who had met Blackhawk Blackhawk #267,
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Appearing in "Detached Service Diary: The Artist"Edit
- Klaus Gruver, Gestapo officer
- Private Daniel Franklin
- Allied airbase in North Africa
- airfield near London
- DeHavilland Mosquito
Synopsis for "Detached Service Diary: The Artist"Edit
At a remote Allied airbase Hendrickson meets an enlisted airman whose job it is to paint girly cartoon insignias on the engine cowling of fighter planes. Hendrickson thinks this is a silly and superstitious custom, but later changes his mind.
Hendrickson's mission is to escort a Gestapo prisoner to London, but the wily enemy officer escapes, and abducts Hendy and Franklin, steals a plane, and flies it to London, planning to assassinate Blackhawk and/or Churchill. Instead, on arrival he's surrounded and arrested, by Allied soldiers who were tipped off by something Franklin had painted on the fuselage.
- Main story takes place some time before April 1941.
- "It was just months ago that the original Domino had been killed"
- At this story's end Hitler reacts to the news of Domino's defection by giving the order to invade Greece, which happened in 1941-April.
- At this time, Chop Chop has not yet returned from his deployment to Asia.
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