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This article is about the original animated incarnation from Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!. For other incarnations, see Black Knight (disambiguation).
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Black Knight (What a Night for a Knight)
Black Knight (What a Night for a Knight)
Vital Statistics
Species Human/ghost
Gender Male
Eye color Yellow
Other Statistics
Identity Mr. Wickles
Reason To conceal his art forgery crimes
Production Details
First appearance SDWAY: What a Night for a Knight
Played by John Stephenson

The Black Knight was a suit of black armour used as a disguise for Mr. Wickles. It haunted the County Museum.

Physical appearance

A traditional English large, black, suit of armour with red feathers on its helmet. While believed to be empty, it had yellow eyes glowing from within its visor.

Personality

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Powers and abilities

It only comes alive on nights when the Moon is full. He was also pretty strong and very agile considering suits of armor can greatly reduce a person's ability to run, for example.

History

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Season one

Mr. Wickles unmasked

Mr. Wickles unmasked.

Shaggy Rogers and Scooby-Doo found a mysterious black knightbelonging to a Professor Hyde White that was nowhere to be found. Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby returned the black knight to the museum. When there, they discovered that Hyde White had no longer left the Knight, but was missing, and the knight had come to life. Mystery Inc. managed to trap the Black Knight and revealed that it was Mr. Wickles, who was using the disguise to scare people away while he swapped the museum's paintings with forgeries and selling the real paintings for profit.[1]

Appearances

Other versions

Gold Key Comics adaptation

Black Knight (Gold Key)

Insert details here. (What a for a Night Knight)

Notes/trivia

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