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Al Bryant and Bill Ward
52 pages (Winter 1947); 19.7MB download
Quality Comics and Shoulders of Giants; ISBN: SHGI-00083
Blackhawk, a long-running comic book series, was also a film serial, a radio series and a novel. The comic book as published first by Quality Comics and later by National Periodical Publications, the primary company of those that evolved to become DC Comics. The series was created by Will Eisner, Chuck Cuidera, and Bob Powell, but the artist most associated with the feature is Reed Crandall. Future Justice League of America artist Dick Dillin succeeded him in the 1950s, continuing on through DC's acquisition of the series.
The Blackhawk Squadron, usually called the Blackhawks, are a small team of World War II-era ace pilots of varied nationalities, each typically known under a single name, either their given name or their surname.
In this issue: Men from many lands gathered into a fighting squadron unequalled anywhere in the world! These are the BLACKHAWKS! And they are making history spelling it out in the heat of their blazing guns! But sometimes the history were better unrecorded, when it strikes at the heart of one of the BLACKHAWKS!