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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Commando 5271-5274

Brand new issues of Commando are out today, including a new cover artist, a Nazi Wellington bomber, a propaganda hero and a cursed Cornish man!

5271: Faceless Heroes

Commando is pleased to introduce its newest cover artist, Tom Foster. His first Commando cover, Faceless Heroes, tackles eco-terrorists holding world leaders hostage in a country estate. But the skull-faced terrorists aren’t going to have it that simple as an elite masked team are on hand to take the bad guys down for good. Although officially, the mysterious masked team were never there and credit would never be given to the so-called Faceless Heroes.

Story: Iain McLaughlin
Art: Paulo Ongaro
Cover: Tom Foster

5272: Ten Days to Live

Corporal Roy Pengarth is cursed! Marked by an evil, old crone and doomed to die before he turned twenty-one years old, Rod was convinced there were only ten days left until he kicked the bucket. But a lot can happen in ten days, especially when you’re embroiled in a Eric Hebden plot, with everything from the Long Range Desert Group to REME lorries,  and rogue Valentine tanks to a house falling on Rod's head! How much longer could Rod dodge the curse?

Story: E Hebden
Art: Ibanez
Cover: Picco
Originally Commando No. 760 (1973).

5273: J for Judas

New York Times / Sunday Times bestselling author, James Swallow returns for his second-ever Commando, this time taking to the skies in a Vickers Wellington bomber. But when the crew of J-for-Judy was captured and interred in a POW, the Nazi Luftwaffe pilot Hauptmann Hasse formulates a plan to turn Judy into a Judas. And he’s going to get the RAF crew of Judy to help him destroy a British airbase!

Story: James Swallow
Art: Jaume Forns
Cover: Ian Kennedy

5274: Hero of the Reich

A propaganda hero goes to war! Werner Kohl had fought on battlefields, fighting Americans, Russians, British - you name it. Only these battles weren’t real and the actor was kept out of the real war by top Nazi officials intent on keeping their beloved Reich superhero alive to boost Germany’s morale. That was until Kohl could take it no more, and he enlisted whether the spin doctors liked it or not! But only time would tell if Kohl could face a real battle and not a scripted one!

Story: John Paterson
Art: Gordon C Livingstone
Cover: Dalger
Originally Commando No. 2841 (1995).

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