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ShadowHawk is a fictional comic book vigilante anti-hero created by Jim Valentino. He was first introduced in the Malibu Sun free promotional magazine in May of 1992. His official Image Comics debut was in the second issue of Rob Liefeld's Youngblood series. The Three Graces, here in a painting by Sandro Botticelli, were the goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, human creativity and fertility in Greek mythology. ... A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. ... A vigilante is someone who takes enforcement of law or moral code into his or her own hands. ... In literature and film, an anti-hero is a central or supporting character that has some of the personality flaws and ultimate fortune traditionally assigned to villains but nonetheless also have enough heroic qualities or intentions to gain the sympathy of readers or viewers. ... Jim Valentino aka valentino (born October 28, 1952 in the Bronx, New York City, New York) is an American illustrator and writer of comic books. ... 1992 (MCMXCII) was a leap year starting on Wednesday. ... Image Comics is the third or fourth largest American comic book publisher. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this comics-related article or section may require cleanup. ... This page refers to the Image comic Youngblood. ...

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ShadowHawk I

Origin and Character & Series history

ShadowHawk
Publisher Image Comics
First appearance Youngblood #2 (Official debut)
Created by Jim Valentino
Characteristics
Alter ego Paul Johnstone
Previous affiliations Brigade
Notable powers Derived from his armor:
  • Augmented strength
  • Augmented agility
  • Completely bulletproof

Paul Johnstone grew up as a troubled youth in Harlem, New York. He avoided a life of crime due in part to the encouragement of a man named Richard Woodroe, who was originally assigned as a caseworker to Paul when he was caught stealing. Image Comics is the third or fourth largest American comic book publisher. ... In comic books, first appearance refers to the date or issue of a characters first appearance. ... This page refers to the Image comic Youngblood. ... Jim Valentino aka valentino (born October 28, 1952 in the Bronx, New York City, New York) is an American illustrator and writer of comic books. ... Alter Ego has multiple meanings: Alter Ego is a game for the Commodore 64 computer. ... Brigade was a comic-book published by Image comics plotted and written by Rob Liefeld. ... This article is about the Harlem neighborhood in New York City. ...


Eventually Paul became a lawyer and, beyond that, a district attorney. Dealing with various criminals, he eventually encountered a group of mobsters who put pressure on him for some undisclosed reasons. After Paul's refusal to back down from them, he ended up the target of an assault intended to serve as an example to others who got in the way of these mobsters. This incident culminated in his attackers injecting him with HIV-infected blood. Human immunodeficiency virus (commonly known as HIV, and formerly known as HTLV-III and lymphadenopathy-associated virus[1][2]) is a retrovirus that is the cause of the disease known as AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome), a syndrome where the immune system begins to fail, leading to many life-threatening opportunistic...


After the encounter, Johnstone was left uncertain regarding whether he had been infected or not. The attack had been made public and word of his possible infection spread through Johnstone's workplace, making it a very inhospitable environment to be in. Tensions between Johnstone and one of his co-workers led to an altercation between the two which landed Johnstone out of a job and in jail.


After he was released Paul received medical confirmation that he was HIV positive. He descended into a depression while in the hospital. During this time he resolved that he would use the rest of his time to dispense justice to the individuals who preyed on innocent victims. One of his friends, a cop named Christina Reid, was also in the hospital and came to visit him. She informed Paul that she and a man named Carlton Sun had been developing an exo-skeleton suit of armor that could help aid him in accomplishing this task.


Johnstone decided to don the suit, christening himself "ShadowHawk" after his favourite superhero (a name that would eventually lure out the psychotic and racist villain Hawk's Shadow, who believed he was the one entitled to bear the mantle of ShadowHawk), and was taught how to fight effectively with the help of Christine. Johnstone also kept the pills needed to slow his reaction to the HIV virus in small pouches on his belt so he could take them as needed. 1. ...


Early on, ShadowHawk's actions against criminals were brutal. He would break their spines, leaving them to be discovered by police with no indication that he had attacked them other than hearsay from the criminals. This led to ShadowHawk garnering a reputation as an urban legend as well as being hunted by both criminals and law enforcement alike. Urban legends are a kind of folklore consisting of stories often thought to be factual by those circulating them (see rumor). ...


Later in his career (and as his lifespan shortened due to the progression of HIV), Johnstone eventually grew to be less violent. He would also spend a majority of his remaining time searching either for a cure to his infection or another way to extend his life. This led to encounters with the likes of Supreme (in which a battle would ensue, leading to the discovery of ShadowHawk's true identity to the world), the WildC.A.T.s. (who offered a possible solution involving a robotic body to transplant Johnstone's consciousness into - which would ultimately fail to work) and Youngblood's Chapel (another hero also infected with HIV). Supreme is a fictional superhero created by Rob Liefeld. ... Wildcats is the name of multiple incarnations of the Wildstorm comics superhero comic book. ... This page refers to the Image comic Youngblood. ...


In his final act as ShadowHawk, Johnstone would rescue his mother from being attacked by Hawk's Shadow. The aftermath of the fight would leave Johnstone in a weakened state and unable to elude the pursuit of the police. He was remanded into custody and transported to a hospital where the HIV virus eventually took its toll and ended his life.


Mini-series

Under the Image Comics banner ShadowHawk starred in four consecutive mini-series. These were denoted by Roman numerals instead of the more traditional sequential order. Image Comics is the third or fourth largest American comic book publisher. ... The system of Roman numerals is a numeral system originating in ancient Rome, and was adapted from Etruscan numerals. ...

  • Out of the Shadows (4 Parts)
ShadowHawk is shown to be a mysterious vigilante anti-hero in this mini-series. Readers of this first mini-series were left guessing as to the true identity of Shadowhawk out of a list of five possible suspects.
  • The Secret Revealed (3 Parts)
ShadowHawk versus Hawk's Shadow in this mini-series. In a dramatic un-masking, readers were shocked to find out that ShadowHawk is an African-American named Paul Johnstone.
  • Through the Past, Darkly (4 Parts)
Paul Johnstone's origin is given for the first time in this mini-series.

Beyond this point, the mini-series became a full-fledged series. An African American (also Afro-American, Black American, or simply black) is a member of an ethnic group in the United States whose ancestors, usually in predominant part, were indigenous to Africa. ...


Ongoing Series

ShadowHawk issues #12 to #17 contain a story arc entitled The Monster Within. This story arc served to abolish the Roman numeral format and numbering continued sequentially, thus making I represent issues #1-4, II represent #5-7 and so on. A story arc is an extended or continuing storyline in episodic storytelling media such as television, comic books and comic strips. ...

  • Issue #12 found ShadowHawk teamed with Image’s other HIV-infected hero, Youngblood’s Chapel. The two nearly found a cure kept secret by the government, but it was denied to them both.
  • In Issue #13 he met the WildC.A.T.s, who offered a robot body that he could possibly slide his consciousness into, but which failed to produce the desired results.
  • In Issue #14, ShadowHawk travelled to the year 1963 where he encountered the Tomorrow Syndicate, the Fury and Johnny Beyond, none of whom could help him cure his infection.
  • In Issue #16 ShadowHawk and Supreme starred in “One Adventure Together”.
  • In issue #17 ShadowHawk met Spawn for the second time. Their first (brief) encounter was in the Out of the Shadows mini-series.
  • Issue #18 was the final issue of the initial ShadowHawk series and it was entitled Death and Beyond. ShadowHawk versus Hawk's Shadow once more in the series conclusion after which Paul Johnstone dies of his AIDS infection.

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The New ShadowHawk

New Man #4 cover
New Man #4 cover
  • Issues: ShadowHawk Special #1, The New ShadowHawk #1-7, ShadowHunt, New Man #4.

In the wake of Paul Johnstone's death, it is learned that ShadowHawk is in fact a Spirit of Justice and the spirit has inhabited not one person, but four. Three of the revealed ShadowHawks were human, one a robot (first shown in Shadowhawk #13). After the Spirit of Justice is out into the robot it is now "Justice" with out human feel and started to kill people. The saga of the robot ShadowHawk continued through five titles all released in the month of April in a story called ShadowHunt. At the end of New Man #4,the robot was destroyed. Image File history File linksMetadata NewMan4. ... The phrase an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth expresses a form of retributive justice also known as lex talionis (Latin, law of retaliation). It may have originated in ancient near-Eastern and Middle Eastern law, such as Babylonian law. ...


ShadowHawk II

ShadowHawk II


ShadowHawk Issue #14 cover Image File history File links SH14cvrFINAL.jpg‎ Summary The New ShadowHawk costume seen off issue # 14 cover Licensing This image is of the cover of a single issue of a comic book, and the copyright for it is most likely owned by either the publisher of the comic book or...

Publisher Image Comics
First appearance New Man #4
Created by Eldon Asp
Michael Lin Chang
Characteristics
Alter ego Edward "Eddie" J. Collins
Affiliations Captain Nieves
The Pact
Blacklight
Previous affiliations Skeeve Evans Bestfriend (deceased)
Colleen Murphy Ex-Girlfriend
Notable powers Donning the helmet, the costume morphed around his body, increasing his strength, his agility and his stamina.

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Character history

At the end of New Man #4, the robot was destroyed and Eddie Collins debuted as the new ShadowHawk. Having just moved to New York with his recently (one year) widowed father, James Collins, an electrician and, Eddie a young high school student was walking down a street when the helmet literally fell into his hands. The helmet called Nommo contains the spirits of all people who at one time were inhabited by ShadowHawk, the Spirit of Justice. Eddie Collins tried to meditation with the Nommo on, meeting the spirit of Paul Johnstone, who tells Eddie that he is a reincarnation of a first dynasty Egypt shaman, how he is the last ShadowHawk and that Eddie is destined to start anew.

At first Eddie Collins widowed father, James Collins orded him to stop thinking it would kill him. But Eddie is more faster, stronger and agile now and new find responsibility to the poeple of New York City. After saving some hostages, Eddie meets Captain Nieves and starts working with him. Flag Seal Nickname: Big Apple Location Location in the state of New York Government Counties (Boroughs) Bronx (The Bronx) New York (Manhattan) Queens (Queens) Kings (Brooklyn) Richmond (Staten Island) Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) Geographical characteristics Area     City 1,214. ...


Jim Valentino's ShadowHawk

Issue 1: Shadows and Light, Blacklight, a 1960's "Hippie Hero" woke up out of a 30 year coma and goes looking for his wife (Dayglo), who was killed by Firepower, and subsequently died ten years ago. He is lied to by a man in the shadows, thinking ShadowHawk is the son of Firepower. While at school, Eddie Collins is asked out by Colleen to the Sadie Hawkins dance and he says yes. That night, while stopping a convenience store looting, a fight starts between Blacklight and ShadowHawk, and ShadowHawk uses Blacklight's weakness against him but accidentally kills him.
Issue 2: Zapped, after killing Blacklight and now facing the reality of that, ShadowHawk must now deal with ZAP: he's fast, he flies, he shoots lightning bolts and he's been hired to kill ShadowHawk.
Issue 3: Here Comes the Night, after ZAP is defeated and placed in police custody, Captain Nieves said he would like to see Eddie Collins go though the Police Academy to learn the difference between superhero and vigilante. Eddie is attacked by the man who hired ZAP and lied to Blacklight, named Nocturn. After this encounter, Eddie runs across a fire, saves lives and meets a man (Venture, from Noble Causes) who knew the ShadowHawk before Eddie: Paul Johnstone. Later, Eddie goes to the Sadie Hawkins dance with Colleen, having a fun, normal life and netting a goodbye kiss. Out on patrol, Nocturn, who knows Eddie Collins is ShadowHawk, attacks him and, after a brutal fight, Hawk's Shadow comes out of the shadows to face his "returned" arch-enemy.
Issue 4: Back in the Shadows again, after being beaten nearly to death, ShadowHawk must now face Paul Johnstone's arch-enemy: Hawk's Shadow, who is now faster, stronger and driven like never before. He wants the Helmet of Heru (the helmet contains the spirits of all people who at one time were ShadowHawk) and he will remove Eddie Collins' head to get it! In the end Paul Johnstone usurps Eddie's body and beats Hawk's Shadow to near death, but Eddie stops him before the kill, saying "never again," and puts his enemy into police hands. Captin Nieves asks if ShadowHawk is still Paul Johnstone, to which Eddie replies, "Of course not, Captain. Paul's dead." Eddie goes home to a terrified father and says, "It's been a long night."
Issue 5 to 6: Dead Man Walking/Suffer Not a Corpse to Live, Eddie is looking for a mysterious corpse-like creature that is killing people. Along the way, he meets the new Blacklight, who is investigating the origin of her newfound powers. The two team-up to bring the vicious monster down. Their target turns out to be the first Blacklight, whom Eddie killed by accident, thereby giving the second Blacklight her powers.
Issues 7 to 8: My World on fire, Eddie's mentally unstable classmate, Philip Marko, has been setting violent fires around New York, and all the victims attend Nicholas Charles high school (Eddie's school). After ShadowHawk meets a mysterious red haired girl who has the power to deflect anything thrown at her, we discover Philip Marko now has the power of Pyrokinesis. After killing ten people at the high school and his mother, ShadowHawk stops him.
Issues 9 to 12: Rising, A man-beast named Komodo kills Eddie's best friend, Steven "Skeeve" Evans and defeats him. The helmet, the source of ShadowHawk's power, is taken by Luke Hatfield JR, aka Hawk's Shadow, who steps in and kills Komodo before the final blow is dealt to Eddie. Hatfield starts going on a killing spree in the criminal underworld. After the funeral of his best friend, Eddie retreats into a chasm of depression and self-doubt. Later, Eddie sees the mysterious red haired girl at school. After Hatfield is hunted by the cops, his father the Silver Age ShadowHawk shows up, telling him he is a disgrace to the name and has to take off the costume. We discover Hawk's Shadow was formerly "Squirrel", the Silver Age ShadowHawk's sidekick. Eddie learns that Steven Evans knew he was ShadowHawk. Vendetta (a Crime czar and old Paul Johnstone villain)looks for a new brain for Komodo, to revive him. The Ancient Egyptian Gods (the "Nommo") tell Eddie that power of ShadowHawk is within him and to reclaim his heritage. With the help of the new Blacklight, and Astroman, Eddie goes after Hatfield and wins, taking back the helmet.
Issue #13: Past Lives, Four stories! Four creative teams! Jim Valentino tells the story of Eddie Collins learning more about the past ShadowHawks that speak to him through his helmet: Dancing Hippies Berkeley, California 1969 By Robert Altman Hippie, occasionally spelled hippy, is a term commonly used to refer to some of the disaffected youth of the 1960s and early 1970s. ... From the Greek cognate , in mythology and folklore, a hero (male) or heroine (female) is an eminent character archetype that quintessentially embodies key traits valued by its originating culture. ... It has been suggested that Party store be merged into this article or section. ... Looting (which derives via the Hindi lut from Sanskrit lunt, to rob), sacking, or plundering is the indiscriminate taking of goods by force as part of a military or political victory, or during a catastrophe or riot, such as during war [1], natural disaster [2], rioting [3], or terrorist attack... Batman and Superman, two of the most recognizable and iconic superheroes. ... A vigilante is someone who takes enforcement of law or moral code into his or her own hands. ... Venture can refer to; Venture - a Canadian business television show on the CBC network. ... Noble Causes is a comic book series created and written by Jay Faerber and published by Image Comics. ... Red hair (also referred to as auburn, ginger, or titian) is a hair color that varies from a deep red through to bright copper. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...

  • Halcón Sombrío in Mexico 1519, as written by Pedro Angosto and drawn by Carlos Rodriguez.
  • Hawk and His Bird Shadow in London 1830, as written and drawn by THE SHARP BROTHERS.
  • ShadowHawkGirl, New York 1974, as told by SCOTT WHERLE and drawn by JUAN FERREYRA and its part in the past of Paul Johnstone's life.

After listening to the stories, Eddie Collins makes the decision that now he is going to be ShadowHawk on his terms, and after putting the helmet on, a new costume morphs around his body.
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Issue #14 to 15: On the rebound, ShadowHawk will go face-to-face with the a mysterious red haired girl named "REBOUND" who may change his life forever. As ShadowHawk learns more about her, The Corpse comes out of the dark to attack them. Steven Evans' younger brother pays a visit to ZAP! and Vort-X, who direct him to Vendetta, so he can carry out his desire to kill ShadowHawk, for whom he blames for the death of his brother. Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Image File history File links Speech_balloon. ... Red hair (also referred to as auburn, ginger, or titian) is a hair color that varies from a deep red through to bright copper. ...


Crossover

  • ShadowHawk/Vampirella crossover (two-part story): Paul Johnstone meets Vampirella, the two become lovers and she turns him into a vampire. This had the unexpected effect of curing him of the AIDS infection (this is regarded as an "imaginary tale" that took place outside of the normal continuity).
  • Images of ShadowHawk (3-part story): Paul meets Grant and Giffen’s character Trencher and his disembodied companion Phoebe in this crossover.

  • Eddie (ShadowHawk II) lay fallow for several years appearing only in the crossover series:
    • New Man #4
    • Shattered Image #1-4
    • Mars Attacks Image #1-4
    • Altered Image#1-3
    • Sonic Super-Special #7
    • Brigade (issues #20-22)
    • Invincible #8
    • Noble Causes: Family Secrets #3

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One Shot(s)

  • Image Zero: ShadowHawk was featured in a short story in Image Zero called "Prey".
  • ShadowHawks of the Past is an anthology book that starred four ShadowHawks throughout history.
A Western
A Samurai
A Shadowhawk for the French revolution
A First Dynasty of Egypt.
  • A Silver Age ShadowHawk A parody of the Dick Sprang-era Batman Comics Complete with the Shadowcar, Shadowdog, Lady ShadowHawkette (his wife) and sidekick Squirrel (his kid) aka Hawk's Shadow. Working with Knight Watchman. Published by Big Bang Comics

  • Shadowhawk One-Shot #1: "Great Responsibiliyt" (written by JIM VALENTINO, art & cover by JIM VALENTINO & CHANCE WOLF): Eddie Collins and James Collins come to an understanding about what being ShadowHawk.
  • The Return of ShadowHawk (Written by Jim Keplinger and Jim Valentino): The story of Eddie Collins as ShadowHawk. Donning the helmet called Nommo, the costume morphed around his body, increasing his strength, his agility and his stamina. All the secrets of ShadowHawk's past are revealed.

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Shadowhawk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2474 words)
Johnstone decided to don the suit, christening himself "ShadowHawk" after his favourite superhero (a name that would eventually lure out the psychotic and racist villain Hawk's Shadow, who believed he was the one entitled to bear the mantle of ShadowHawk), and was taught how to fight effectively with the help of Christine.
ShadowHawk versus Hawk's Shadow once more in the series conclusion after which Paul Johnstone dies of his AIDS infection.
After ShadowHawk meets a mysterious red haired girl who has the power to deflect anything thrown at her, we discover Philip Marko now has the power of Pyrokinesis.
OAFE - Image 10th Anniversary Shadowhawk review (976 words)
Shadowhawk had two main weapons: for long-range attacks, a shuriken shaped like his hawk symbol; to break the spine, however, he had ball bearing style brass knuckles and short metal claws on each finger.
Shadowhawk does come with a nice base, which is the main reason I chose him and not Savage Dragon or Ripclaw to review.
Shadowhawk could have been much better than he is. The design is off, the pose is wonky, and the playability is non-existent.
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