On 16 October 1939 a dozen Junker Ju88 bombers of the Luftwaffe set out from the German island of Sylt to make the first attack of the Second World War on the United Kingdom. Their target was the Royal Navy… Read More ›
Graeme Neil Reid
Brand new issues of DC Thomson’s war comic Commando (Issues 5247-5250) are on sale now in all good newsagents. Featuring firemen on the Home Front, French pilots of the Free French Forces, an underaged murder suspect, and the German invasion… Read More ›
Pirates in disguise on the cold seas, airmen trapped in a secret U-boat den, a dispatch runner behind enemy lines in World War One and a day of doom for one British naval lieutenant! It’s all going on in brand new issues of Commando from DC Thomson (Issues 5223 – 5226), out this Thursday and available through all good newsagents.
Commando Issues 5211-5214 are out this Thursday and on sale in all good newsagents and across various digital platforms from DC Thomson Media.
Graeme Neil Reid recently joined the star studded list of cover artists for DC Thomson’s anthology – a list that includes Ian Kennedy, Neil Roberts and many, many more. Here, he outlines how he created his most recent cover for… Read More ›
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… Read More ›
Brand new Commando – Issues 5187 – 5190 – are on sale now in all good newsagents from DC Thomson, featuring icy escapes in the Russian wilderness, furious fights alongside the Red Devils, night-vision missions in the Iraqi desert – and… Read More ›
As the new Heritage Brands Editor at DC Thomson, replacing Kirsten Murray who inaugurated the role, Gordon Tait brings a great depth of knowledge and experience to the position that includes editorship of 104 issues of Commando a year plus… Read More ›
Back I n 1962, the film Dr No introduced cinema-goers to the world of James Bond starring Sean Connery as the British spy with a licence to kill. The film adapted one of Ian Fleming’s popular spy novels and struck a… Read More ›
We’re marking two celebrations this month with this coverage of artist Graeme Neil Reid’s latest art raffle. Not only is this the 24th monthly art raffle, making it two full years of Graeme giving away art to his supporters – but it is also the 50th anniversary for the film that inspired this month’s themed painting – Planet of the Apes.