DC Archives - Blackhawk HC Vol. 01

DC Archives - Blackhawk HC Vol. 01

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Well before Pearl Harbor, the population of the United States was divided over its involvement in the European conflict that would be called World War II. In the pages of many comic books, however,... there was no such debate, as patriotic heroes popped up in droves to take on Europe's oppressors. And chief among the non-super-powered set of heroes was... Blackhawk! BLACKHAWK ARCHIVES Vol. 1 is a 240-page hardcover volume reprinting the Blackhawk stories from Military Comics #1-17 (1941-1942). Written by Will Eisner, Dick French, William Woolfolk, and Bob Powell, with art by Chuck Cuidera, Reed Crandall and others, this hefty volume also features an introduction by comics historian and writer Mark Evanier, and cover by Cuidera, re-inked by Rodney Ramos. Blackhawk was a young aviator seeking vengeance on his family's killers -- donning black leather aviator's gear and organizing his own personal militia of assistants to battle the Nazis. In the daring adventures presented in this hardcover, watch as Blackhawk brings together a multinational squad of freedom fighters -- Andre, Olaf, Chuck, Stanislaus, Hendrickson, and Chop-Chop -- to bring down the Nazi menace! Also included in this volume is a map of Blackhawk Island, and the music and lyrics of the unforgettable "The Song of the Blackhawks!"
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Well before Pearl Harbor, the population of the United States was divided over its involvement in the European conflict that would be called World War II. In the pages of many comic books, however, there was no such debate, as patriotic heroes popped up in droves to take on Europe's oppressors. And chief among the non-super-powered set of heroes was... Blackhawk!

BLACKHAWK ARCHIVES Vol. 1 is a 240-page hardcover volume reprinting the Blackhawk stories from Military Comics #1-17 (1941-1942). Written by Will Eisner, Dick French, William Woolfolk, and Bob Powell, with art by Chuck Cuidera, Reed Crandall and others, this hefty volume also features an introduction by comics historian and writer Mark Evanier, and cover by Cuidera, re-inked by Rodney Ramos.

Blackhawk was a young aviator seeking vengeance on his family's killers -- donning black leather aviator's gear and organizing his own personal militia of assistants to battle the Nazis. In the daring adventures presented in this hardcover, watch as Blackhawk brings together a multinational squad of freedom fighters -- Andre, Olaf, Chuck, Stanislaus, Hendrickson, and Chop-Chop -- to bring down the Nazi menace!

Also included in this volume is a map of Blackhawk Island, and the music and lyrics of the unforgettable "The Song of the Blackhawks!"