Black Talon (comics)

Black Talon (comics)

The Black Talon is the name of a number of fictional characters, a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe.

Read more about Black Talon (comics):  Publication History, Powers and Abilities

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Coed Talon
... Coed Talon(also spelt "Coed-talon) is a small, formerly industrial village between Leeswood and Treuddyn in Flintshire, North Wales ... word coed ("wood") and the word talwrn, anglicised to "Talon, meaning a "hillside devoid of trees" or "threshing-floor" (perhaps referring to a wood beneath a bare ... Railway, who in 1892 introduced a passenger service to Coed Talon running over part of the Wrexham and Minera Joint Railway to Brymbo in Denbighshire ...
TALON (database)
... TALON(Threat and Local Observation Notice), is a database maintained by the United States Air Force after the September 11th terrorist attacks ... TALONreports are collected by various US Defense Department agencies including law enforcement, intelligence, counterintelligence and security, and are analyzed ... The department is working on a new system which would replace TALON but for the time being, information on force protection threats will be handled by the FBI’s ...
Black Talon (comics) - Other Versions - Howard The Duck
... Black Talon also appeared in Howard the Duck, under the name Thibodaux Boudreaux. ...
Airforce Airguns
... The original model named the Talon(Storm), was released in 1999 ... In the 2001 a second model was released, the TalonSS (Shadow) ... The TalonSS included a longer frame and shorter barrel ...

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