Hallucinations in the Burmese jungle, dogfights above the curvature of the Earth, betrayals in France, and friends torn apart by World War Two! It’s all happening in the latest issues of DC Thomson’s Commando (Issues 5243 – 5246), out soon in all good newsagents and via digital platforms. This release includes a story from NewContinue reading New York Times best-selling thriller author James Swallow pens new Commando tale
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
Tons of Motor Torpedo Boat action, a Gloster Gladiator duelling Messerschmitts, a risky attack on a U-boat base during an eclipse, and the triumphant return of Ramsey’s Raiders! There’s all this and more to enjoy in brand new Commando issues 5195 – 5198, out this Thursday (24th January 2019) in all good newsagents and variousContinue reading Ramsey’s Raiders scream back into Commando, Ian Kennedy art book on way!
Brand new Commando (issues 5183-5186) from DC Thomson are on sale now in all good newsagents, featuring Lancaster raids over Germany, coward pilots on the Russian front, a chilly reception in the Falklands, and the mystery of a British traitor! Commando 5183: Home of Heroes: Raid over Heilbronn Story: Iain McLaughlin | Art: Paolo OngaroContinue reading New Commando comics on sale now
Commando has been running World War One stories for the duration of November in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which stopped the fighting. The highlight of this has been the sequence of five connected stories under the title of “The Weeke’s War” with issue 5173 featuring Danny Weekes, issue 5175 featuring MichaelContinue reading Commando’s commemoration of the Great War Armistice concludes with the final two Weekes’ War stories