Thursday, December 13, 2018

Commando 5183-5186

Brand new Commando issues are out today! Featuring Lancaster raids over Germany, coward pilots on the Russian front, a chilly reception in the Falklands, and the mystery of a British traitor!

5183: Raid over Heilbronn
Among the snowy clouds above Germany hides many eager Me 109s waiting to poach a fat British Bomber! Iain McLaughlin weaves a tale of isolation and tension aboard a Lancaster on the long, fraught journey to its target. But will the men aboard W-for-William return from their bombing raid over Heilbronn?

Story | Iain McLaughlin
Art | Paolo Ongaro
Cover | Janek Matysiak

5184: Coward in the Cockpit
Imagine a pilot being frightened of the plane beneath him! Well, Sergeant Pilot Jack Warren might have had trouble performing in the cockpit, but once you got him on the ground with a captured Luger in his hand he was a different man! 

Story | Wilkinson
Art | Fleming
Cover | Buccheri
Originally Commando No. 280 (August 1967).

5185: The June Winter
Jason Cobley tackles the controversial action of the Falkland’s War in his second ever issue of Commando! Yomp with the marines of 3 Commando after entering a war on the other side of the world, where many didn’t understand why Britain was fighting so hard to keep the Falkland Islands… but they would find out.

Story | Jason Cobley
Art | Carlos Pino
Cover | Carlos Pino

5186: Mystery of the Sands
Lieutenant Chris Craven was a traitor! Or at least that’s what everyone had thought… For over fifty years, the mystery of Craven lay undiscovered in the North African desert but the men who served with him would finally learn the truth!

Story | CG Walker
Art | Gual
Cover | Ian Kennedy
Originally Commando No. 2894 (October 1995).

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