Get ready for Viking ghosts, a man from Mars, Napoleonic duels, and grudges against the Germans! All this and more in brand new Commando issues 5191 – 5194, on sale in all good newsagents and via various digital platforms this Thursday, 10th January 2019! Commando 5191: Home of Heroes: Viking Phantom Story: George Low Art:Continue reading Viking ghosts and a man from Mars menace in new Commando comics!
DC Thomson’s Commando comic celebrates its 5000th issue next week with an all-new story from writer Ferg Handley with strip art from long-standing artist on the title, Carlos Pino and – who else? – a cover from Ian Kennedy, whose memorable work is surely one of the best-known aspects of the long-running title. “It’s only fitting thatContinue reading 5000 Not Out: DC Thomson’s Commando comic celebrates a landmark issue next week
Here’s the details for DC Thomson’s Commando Issues 4739-4742, on sale from Thursday (11th September 2014) through newsagents, by subscription and for digital devices. Along with the usual full-length comic stories, Issue 4739 offers the chance to win a copy of the current Carlton Commando large format book, Over The Top!, featuring 10 classic World War OneContinue reading Arabs at War and a Royal kidnap? Commando adventures continue
Here’s the detailed intel on the latest issues of DC Thomson’s war comic Commando, on sale today in all good newsagents and digitally via the Commando app on iTunes. Commando No 4719 – Two Men Went To War… Originally Commando No 556 (June 1971) Story: A.C. Allan Art: Cam Kennedy Cover: Jordi Penalva Preview: www.commandocomics.com/latest-issues/3rd-july-2014-collection?issue=4719Continue reading Sky Sharks and deadly traitors in new Commandos
Here’s details on the latest issues of DC Thomson’s Commando, on sale from Thursday 5th June in UK newsagents and for digital devices. There’s another great-looking World War One story from Keith Page, while D-Day – which sees its 70th anniversary on 6th June – is marked in the re-presented story “Blood Beach” , written byContinue reading D-Day marked in new Commando tale