History ComicBook / Shadowhawk

10th Feb '16 8:07:24 AM Anddrix
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* IWorkAlone: Subverted. The first Shadowhawk not only actively enjoyed fighting alongside the WildCATS and YoungBlood, but lamented that his desire to find a cure had kept him from ever being able to join a superheroing team.

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* IWorkAlone: Subverted. The first Shadowhawk not only actively enjoyed fighting alongside the WildCATS and YoungBlood, ComicBook/YoungBlood, but lamented that his desire to find a cure had kept him from ever being able to join a superheroing team.
25th Dec '15 7:40:39 PM nombretomado
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* RetroactiveLegacy: Even before the RetCon of Shadowhawks thoughout history, Paul took the name from a previous superhero (a parody of SilverAge Franchise/{{Batman}}). This led to the SA Shadow-Hawk's ex-sidekick becoming Hawk's Shadow.

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* RetroactiveLegacy: Even before the RetCon of Shadowhawks thoughout history, Paul took the name from a previous superhero (a parody of SilverAge UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} Franchise/{{Batman}}). This led to the SA Shadow-Hawk's ex-sidekick becoming Hawk's Shadow.
27th Nov '15 5:33:19 PM nombretomado
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* HandicappedBadass: The first Shadowhawk was dying of [=A.I.D.S=], yet still went toe-to-toe with the likes of TheSavageDragon and similar superfreaks.

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* HandicappedBadass: The first Shadowhawk was dying of [=A.I.D.S=], yet still went toe-to-toe with the likes of TheSavageDragon ComicBook/TheSavageDragon and similar superfreaks.
3rd May '15 11:48:03 AM WillBGood
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The first series followed Paul Johnstone, an African-American district attorney who refused to fix a case for mobsters and was infected with [=HIV=], which later developed into fullblown [=A.I.D.S=]. Despite this, he refused to give up and took up the path of a vigilante, forming an alliance with a suspended female cop and using a combat exoskeleton and special drugs to try and slow the infection and give himself the strength to fight crime. Eventually, the disease killed him.

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The first series followed Paul Johnstone, an African-American district attorney who refused to fix a case for mobsters and was infected with [=HIV=], which later developed into fullblown [=A.I.D.S=].[=AIDS=]. Despite this, he refused to give up and took up the path of a vigilante, forming an alliance with a suspended female cop and using a combat exoskeleton and special drugs to try and slow the infection and give himself the strength to fight crime. Eventually, the disease killed him.
23rd May '14 8:01:10 PM AnoBakaDesu
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7th Apr '14 9:55:05 PM MagiMecha
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* {{Crossover}}: The first Shadowhawk teamed up with ComicBook/Vamperella. The second one, along with a few other Image heroes, teamed up with [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog the Knothole Freedom Fighters and Knuckles the Echidna]].

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* {{Crossover}}: The first Shadowhawk teamed up with ComicBook/Vamperella.ComicBook/{{Vamperella}}. The second one, along with a few other Image heroes, teamed up with [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog the Knothole Freedom Fighters and Knuckles the Echidna]].
7th Apr '14 9:54:52 PM MagiMecha
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* {{Crossover}}: The first Shadowhawk teamed up with ComicBook/Vamperella. The second one, along with a few other Image heroes, teamed up with [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog the Knothole Freedom Fighters and Knuckles the Echidna]].
2nd Jan '14 3:58:44 PM JFP1986
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''Shadowhawk'' was one of the original seven comic lines produced by Creator/ImageComics, written by Jim Valentino. The titular character first appeared in ComicBook/{{Youngblood}}, issue two.

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''Shadowhawk'' was one of the original seven comic lines produced by Creator/ImageComics, written by Jim Valentino. The titular character first appeared in a back-up story in ComicBook/{{Youngblood}}, issue two.
1st Aug '13 10:27:42 PM TVRulezAgain
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''ComicBook/{{Shadowhawk}}'' was one of the original seven comic lines produced by Creator/ImageComics, written by Jim Valentino. The titular character first appeared in ComicBook/{{Youngblood}}, issue two.

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''ComicBook/{{Shadowhawk}}'' ''Shadowhawk'' was one of the original seven comic lines produced by Creator/ImageComics, written by Jim Valentino. The titular character first appeared in ComicBook/{{Youngblood}}, issue two.



* RetroactiveLegacy: Even before the RetCon of Shadowhawks thoughout history, Paul took the name from a previous superhero (a parody of SilverAge {{Batman}}). This led to the SA Shadow-Hawk's ex-sidekick becoming Hawk's Shadow.

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* RetroactiveLegacy: Even before the RetCon of Shadowhawks thoughout history, Paul took the name from a previous superhero (a parody of SilverAge {{Batman}}).Franchise/{{Batman}}). This led to the SA Shadow-Hawk's ex-sidekick becoming Hawk's Shadow.
9th Mar '13 1:10:23 AM justanid
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''ComicBook/{{Shadowhawk}}'' was one of the original seven comic lines produced by Creator/ImageComics, written by Jim Valentino. The titular character first appeared in ComicBook/{{Youngblood}}, issue two.

The first series followed Paul Johnstone, an African-American district attorney who refused to fix a case for mobsters and was infected with [=HIV=], which later developed into fullblown [=A.I.D.S=]. Despite this, he refused to give up and took up the path of a vigilante, forming an alliance with a suspended female cop and using a combat exoskeleton and special drugs to try and slow the infection and give himself the strength to fight crime. Eventually, the disease killed him.

The second series revealed that Paul was merely the host of a "Spirit of Justice" and this entity later chooses a successor in the form of a young high school student named Eddie Collins.

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* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Aside from his name, the hawk motifs are pretty subtle.
* AntiHero: The first Shadowhawk would shatter the spines of criminals, so as to ensure that they would be punished "properly". He mellowed out towards the end of his lifespan.
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: The second Shadowhawk gets a skin-tight outfit that increases his strength, speed and stamina, which manifests when he puts on the Helmet of Huru (called "Nommo").
* EvilCounterpart: Hawk's Shadow, a racist lunatic who believes the Shadowhawk name belongs to him. Unaware that Shadowhawk is African-American, he assumes they share a goal.
* HandicappedBadass: The first Shadowhawk was dying of [=A.I.D.S=], yet still went toe-to-toe with the likes of TheSavageDragon and similar superfreaks.
* IWorkAlone: Subverted. The first Shadowhawk not only actively enjoyed fighting alongside the WildCATS and YoungBlood, but lamented that his desire to find a cure had kept him from ever being able to join a superheroing team.
* PowerArmor: The first Shadowhawk and his "hawk-themed" exoskeleton, which augmented his strength and agility (especially vital as his disease ate away at both) and covered him in bullet-proof armor plating, as well as having wrist-mounted retractile spikes to use as melee weapons and grappling hooks, with infrared lenses in the helmet.
* RetCon: Between the first and second Shadowhawk.
* RetroactiveLegacy: Even before the RetCon of Shadowhawks thoughout history, Paul took the name from a previous superhero (a parody of SilverAge {{Batman}}). This led to the SA Shadow-Hawk's ex-sidekick becoming Hawk's Shadow.
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