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* OurGiantsAreBigger: In #40, Tomahawk and Dan Hunter encounter a tribe of 10 ft. tall Indians dwelling in an isolated valley. Tomahawk speculates that their height is the result of the strange plants in waterholes he observed in the valley.

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* OurGiantsAreBigger: In #40, Tomahawk and Dan Hunter encounter a tribe of 10 ft. tall Indians dwelling in an isolated valley. Tomahawk speculates that their height is the result of the strange plants in and waterholes he observed in the valley.

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* BeenThereShapedHistory: In #96, it is revealed that General Washington's crossing of the Delaware was successful because Tomahawk and the Rangers were conducting a distractionary raid downriver.


* OurGiantsAreTaller: In #40, Tomahawk and Dan Hunter encounter a tribe of 10 ft. tall Indians dwelling in an isolated valley. Tomahawk speculates that their height is the result of the strange plants in waterholes he observed in the valley.

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* OurGiantsAreTaller: OurGiantsAreBigger: In #40, Tomahawk and Dan Hunter encounter a tribe of 10 ft. tall Indians dwelling in an isolated valley. Tomahawk speculates that their height is the result of the strange plants in waterholes he observed in the valley.

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* AgentPeacock: Private Jud Fuller was a soldier who previously belonged to the 3rd Virginia, a top infantry regiment, before serving in Tomahawk's Rangers during the American Revolution. Fuller earned the nickname "Brass Buttons" as he proudly wore his brass-buttoned infantry uniform. He spent copious time keeping his uniform immaculate, especially polishing the brass buttons.

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* OurGiantsAreTaller: In #40, Tomahawk and Dan Hunter encounter a tribe of 10 ft. tall Indians dwelling in an isolated valley. Tomahawk speculates that their height is the result of the strange plants in waterholes he observed in the valley.

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* ReedSnorkel: In #40, Tomahawk uses this trick to sabotage a canoe race to allow Dan Hunter to win.

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* SplittingTheArrow: In #40, Tomahawk wins a marksmanship contest against a giant Indian warrior by splitting the brave's arrow with a musket ball.


* {{Ranger}}: [[CaptainObvious Tomahawk's Rangers]]

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* {{Ranger}}: [[CaptainObvious Tomahawk's Rangers]]Rangers

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* SuperweaponSurprise: In #92, Tomahawk and Wildcat return to Wildcat's home village, which is a settlement of pacifists. However, they have constructed a giant man-powered stone robot that looks like a giant Indian warrior in case the war comes to their valley.

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* AvengingTheVillain: After Lord Shilling dies battling Tomahawk, his sister Lady Shilling adopts the identity of the Hood so she can take revenge on Tomahawk.


* DeathByMaterialism: In #135, Hawk and his friend Jess go in search of gold, following a TreasureMap that unknowingly leads them into an IndianBurialGround. When Hawk discovers this, he wants to leave, but Jess [[GoldFever becomes obsessed with the acquiring all the gold]], and attempts to drive out Hawk and the party of Indians seeking to bury one of their dead. Ultimately this results in Jess's death as the collapses the cave on top of himself as he attempts to dig out the gold.

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* DeathByMaterialism: In #135, Hawk and his friend Jess go in search of gold, following a TreasureMap that unknowingly leads them into an IndianBurialGround. When Hawk discovers this, he wants to leave, but Jess [[GoldFever becomes obsessed with the acquiring all the gold]], and attempts to drive out Hawk and the party of Indians seeking to bury one of their dead. Ultimately this results in Jess's death as the he collapses the cave on top of himself as he attempts to dig out the gold.

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* DeathByMaterialism: In #135, Hawk and his friend Jess go in search of gold, following a TreasureMap that unknowingly leads them into an IndianBurialGround. When Hawk discovers this, he wants to leave, but Jess [[GoldFever becomes obsessed with the acquiring all the gold]], and attempts to drive out Hawk and the party of Indians seeking to bury one of their dead. Ultimately this results in Jess's death as the collapses the cave on top of himself as he attempts to dig out the gold.


* ColossusClimb: In #92, Tomahawk clambers up a cliff and jumps into the mouth of a giant stone robot. After a trapdoor dups down into the foot, he has to climb up the inside of the robot.

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* ColossusClimb: In #92, Tomahawk clambers up a cliff and jumps into the mouth of a giant stone robot. After a trapdoor dups dumps down into the foot, he has to climb up the inside of the robot.



* StockPunishment: In #92, the citizens of Wildcat's hometown place Tomahawk in the stocks as punishment for bring the war to their pacifist village. This results in him almost being killed by a giant stone robot. (ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext).

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* StockPunishment: In #92, the citizens of Wildcat's hometown place Tomahawk in the stocks as punishment for bring bringing the war to their pacifist village. This results in him almost being killed by a giant stone robot. (ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext).

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* ColossusClimb: In #92, Tomahawk clambers up a cliff and jumps into the mouth of a giant stone robot. After a trapdoor dups down into the foot, he has to climb up the inside of the robot.


* StockPunishment: #92, the citizens of Wildcat's hometown place Tomahawk in the stocks as punishment for bring the war to their pacifist village. This results in him almost being killed by a giant stone robot. (ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext).

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* StockPunishment: In #92, the citizens of Wildcat's hometown place Tomahawk in the stocks as punishment for bring the war to their pacifist village. This results in him almost being killed by a giant stone robot. (ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext).

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