There was a surprise in store for comic artist Cam Kennedy at this weekend’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival, when downthetubes contributor Colin Noble reunited him with a comic he drew 50 years ago that set him out on his career at DC Thomson. At the end of an early morning “Live Draw” yesterday, with CamContinue reading 50 years on, artist Cam Kennedy is reunited with his first ever Commando – and it isn’t the issue everyone thought
Brand new Commando (issues 5163-5166) are on sale later this week from DC Thomson, in all good newsagents and via a variety of digital platforms…Continue reading Dunkirk drama and army imposters in new Commando comics
Brand new Commando (Issues 5155-5158) are on sale now from DC Thomson in all good UK newsagents and via various digital platforms. Feel the heat of a Type 100 flamethrower in the Burmese jungle, dodge deadly foes in the English Channel, stampede away from the Sicherheitsdienst, and claim the claymore! Commando 5155: Home of HeroesContinue reading Commando comics go behind enemy lines in latest adventures!
2000AD and Doctor Who artist Graeme Neil Reid joins the ranks of Commando cover artists this week, when four new war comics go on sale this Thursday in all good newsagents and via various digital platforms. The stories in Issues 5151 – 5154 offer a mission to blow up a fuel dump inside a volcano,Continue reading Graeme Neil Reid joins the distinguished league of Commando cover artists for “The Red Devil” sniper adventure
Great news for all Commando comic fans. DC Thomson have brought back the Commando calendar, on sale now – and it features art by Ian Kennedy throughout. Since 1961, Commando has electrified its readers as the longest running British war comic ever! Still printing today, and with over 5000 amazing issues, the comic has rifled through historyContinue reading Welcome return for the Commando comic calendar, featuring art by Ian Kennedy