Captain Andre Blac-Dumont
Captain Carlo "Chuck" Sirianni
Captain Ritter Hendrikson
Captain Olaf Friedriksen
Captain Stanislaus Drozdowski
Lieutenant Weng "Chop-Chop" Chan
|Paramilitary group of allied aviators during World War II, which may exist as a clandestine group today.|
Sanctioned and funded by the United States, United Kingdom and the Soviet Union during World War II.
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
Blackhawk Island, Atlantic Ocean
National Airport, Washington, DC
Blackhawk Planes: Customized Grumman XF 5F1 "Skyrocket," armed with four .50 caliber machine guns, capable of carrying two 165-pound bombs.
Resources of Blackhawk Island.
Action Comics Weekly
Blackhawk Vol. 1, 2 & 3
Military Comics #1 (Aug. 1941)
Note: Military Comics was published by Quality Comics, whose stable of characters where acquired by National Periodicals (DC Comics) when the publisher went out of business in 1956.
|Will Eisner & Chuck Cuidera|
Aviators inspired by the rouge known as Blackhawk, the last free men of conquered nations band together to fight against tyranny as the Blackhawks.