Brand new issues of Commando (Issues 5227 – 5230) are out this Thursday, offering shark-infested seas, French Resistance showdowns and Battle of Britain pilots. The latest stories also include a new story of World War Two Air Transport Auxiliary’s female pilots, written by Georgia Standen Battle, who joins a handful of female writers to haveContinue reading First female writer to join Commando’s ranks in over 30 years debuts with “Shadow in the Storm!”
Brawler is a great looking new comics project from Time Bomb Comics – and a Kickstarter campaign for pre-orders that launched just last week has already hit target. downthetubes caught up with publisher Steve Tanner to talk to him about the new anthology and other Time Bomb projects… Steve is a Birmingham-based writer, the faceContinue reading Spoiling for a Brawl(er)! An interview with Time Bomb Comics publisher Steve Tanner
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
Sweet Nellie Bligh! The latest issue of indie comics anthology Paragon, edited by Davey Candlish, looks brilliant! What other comic has Doctor Who and Ian Fleming fighting Saddam Hussein? Because that’s what you get in “Shadow Rats: WMD“, written by Dirk van Dom with art by David Metcalfe-Carr, from a story by Davey? Not toContinue reading Weird War – and look Who’s involved in the latest Paragon anthology!
Written by Jason Cobley Art and Lettering by James Gray Black and White interiors – 52 pages – £6.99 The Story: Amnesia Agents are tasked with tracking down missing memories and forgotten people. The barrier between Earth and Echo has cracked… Have you ever wondered what happens to the things you forget? When you forgetContinue reading In Preview: “Amnesia Agents” by Jason Cobley and James Gray