Appearing in "To Judge a Nighthawk!"Edit
- Ben Parker (Only in flashback)
- Daredevil (Only in flashback)
- Arthur Richmond (Appears in flashback and main story)
- AIM (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Karen (camper) (Single appearance)
- Renee (camper) (Single appearance)
- New York State
- Richmond Enterprises headquarters
- Grayburn University
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- Nighthawk's Wings
- Kyle's 1968 Car (Destroyed in this issue)
Synopsis for "To Judge a Nighthawk!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "Don't Let the Sun Come Up on Me!"Edit
- small girl (Single appearance)
- Nighthawk's Wings
Synopsis for "Don't Let the Sun Come Up on Me!"Edit
Following his adventure with Spider-Man, Nighthawk begins to wonder if he still has what it takes to be a hero. He decides to blow off some steam by firing his wing lasers at a building in the process of being demolished. This inadvertently puts a child in crutches at risk of being crushed by a collapsing wall.
The child trips and falls to the ground, prompting the horrified Nighthawk to come to the child's aid. Bracing the wall with his superior strength, Nighthawk orders the girl to crawl to safety, however her disability and low-self esteem prevent her from accomplishing the task. Things become more dire when the sun begins to rise, making Nighthawk's powers begin to wane, making it harder for him to hold up the wall.
Convincing the child to try harder, she manages to crawl clear just as the wall collapses on Nighthawk, burying him under tons of rubble. Having been saved by his reinforced wings, Nighthawk blasts himself free and checks to see if the child is okay. Seeing that she is, she thanks him for saving her life and he thanks her for reminding him of the merits of being a hero before flying off into the night sky.
- "To Judge a Nighthawk!" colours are miscredited to Bob Sharen.
- Kyle Richmond identifies that he was in University and met Mindy Williams the same month that Bobby Kennedy as assassinated, and the protesters are all modeled after Vietnam protesters of the late 60's. The riot police that subdue Spider-Man and Nighthawk are likely a reference to the student protest at Kent State University in Ohio circa 1970 that ended with National Guardsmen shooting the protesters. These references should all be considered topical due to Earth-616's sliding time scale.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks