The Collection

Attention, troops! Here’s where you’ll find out the intel on Commando. The Collection features classic cover images and information about the books, their time periods, settings and the creators involved. Perhaps your favourite artist has drawn the cover or the interior illustrations? We hope you enjoy searching through these special Intelligence files.


Killer Commando

Issue Number: 5014
5014

Every Commando… almost every soldier come to that… is trained to kill. And in Britain’s fight for survival in the 1940s, these highly-trained experts were doing their best to save countless lives and free Europe from cruel Nazi domination. Ernest Hallows, civilian policeman, knew all this as well as the next man, but now there […]

The Hill

Issue Number: 5013
5013

January 1968, Vietnam. While the country celebrated the New Year, the Communist North launched a relentless and unyielding Tet Offensive against the South, ignoring the unofficial ceasefire. It was bad timing for four rookie Americans to arrive at their first posting in ‘Nam. Among them was Private Harry Vance, a youngster unsure why America was […]

Launch The Wildcats!

Issue Number: 5012
5012

He went to school in Germany, and was brought ip among the Nazis. His name was Braun, but he spelt it Brown. He had enough cheek to join the Fleet Air Arm, and when he won his pilot’s wings he felt he was one of the lads. Then, one day, after he had crash-landed on […]

Flight of Fancy

Issue Number: 5011
5011

Little green men from Mars? Time Travel? Flying saucers? To Private Rodger Brown these were objects of fiction – like something from the pages of a comic book. But in 1944, in a field somewhere in Germany, Rodger got the shock of his life when he saw something that looked like it was from out […]

Treasure Hunt

Issue Number: 5010
5010

Three captains – British, French and German – made up the strange team that had to recover a hoard of Nazi loot before the Russians occupied the sector in which it had been lost. It was a tough task, which wasn’t helped when a fourth captain joined the hunt – with his own reasons for […]

Patrol Boat Prisoners

Issue Number: 5009
5009

Autumn, 1944, and American was out for blood. In the waters of the western Pacific, three U.S. navy patrol torpedo boats were on the lookout for enemy vessels when they spotted a Yaeyama Minelayer. The Japanese ship was decimated. Scanning the destruction, Lieutenant Mark Murdoch noticed two lone survivors who were soon to become… PATROL […]

Operation Castaway

Issue Number: 5008
5008

Put General “Fireball” Flynn at the head of a squad of U.S. Marines, and they’d charge a Japanese force ten times their size. Flynn knew only one way to fight – head on every time! So, stranded, alone on a Pacific island, with a force of Japanese soldiers hunting him down, Flynn drew his pistol […]

Ghost Ship

Issue Number: 5007
5007

Deep in the South Atlantic an eerie vessel stalked Allied and Axis vessels alike. From out of the ghostly mist this phantom craft attacked then vanish as swiftly as it had appeared… as if it was not of this world. HMS Sheridan was on its final journey before being scuttled when it heard the familiar […]

Go Down Fighting

Issue Number: 5006
5006

The British motor launch was doomed, pounded by an Italian MAS boat and now also coming under fire from approaching German E-boas. For Lieutenant Norman Ryan it was a bitter moment, but he and his crew would fight on to the end. After all, where there’s life, there’s hope…

Urban Gunners

Issue Number: 5005
5005

American Private Brad Lynch excelled as a gunner, enjoying his role in an anti-tank platoon based in the German countryside. Calm and composed, Lynch hit his targets with ease. But when the platoon received orders to aid infantrymen in the nearby town of Aachen, Lynch lost his cool. Witnessing his friends fall to German snipers, […]