Brand new issues of DC Thomson’s Commando (Issues 5219 – 5222) are out this Thursday – and together with the wider release of The Art of Ian Kennedy book, fans of the comic have some treats in store! Previously offered only via the DC Thomson Shop, The Art of Ian Kennedy, reviewed here by ColinContinue reading Murderers in the desert stalk latest Commando Comics!
The longest-running British war comic reaches its 5200th issue as Commando releases brand new issues 5199 – 5202, on sale this Thursday in all good newsagents and via various digital platforms from DC Thomson. Check out the mysteries of Pyu city ruins in Burma, monuments to a minotaur in Crete, Aussie redemption in the jungle,Continue reading Another landmark issue for Commando, as Issue 5200 released
Earlier this month, DC Thomson released two very special issues of their war comic, Commando, which focused on female heroes. Published on International Women’s Day, the stories were commissioned by Heritage Brands Editor Kirsten Murray and marked something of an unusual but welcome departure from the book’s normally male-led war stories. Still on sale inContinue reading The Editor’s Cut: Kirsten Murray reveals how the Commando war comic celebrated International Women’s Day
Brand new Commando comics from DC Thomson (Issues 5103-5106) are out this Thursday, 8th March, in all good newsagents and via various digital platforms – and some of the new issues feature female heroines in leading roles. While Commando has had a number of female stars in the past, I think this is one ofContinue reading Commando pays tribute to International Women’s Day, with spotlight on new female heroines