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.


Trouble Trooper

Issue Number: 5022
5022

Trooper Bill Bourne had the annoying habit of wandering off without telling anybody – and that often got him into trouble. Now, as his long-suffering sergeant set off to fetch him back from his latest jaunt, it seemed that the Trouble Trooper had landed in deeper bother than usual as shots sounded ahead. But concern […]

Caught in Crossfire!

Issue Number: 5021
5021

In Berlin, 1944, Japanese army Captain Isamu Nagata secretly yearns for peace as he tries to mourn the loss of his younger brother, shot down by British soldiers in Burma. But, Nagata does not have time to grieve as he accidentally kills a German looter, leading to an all-out manhunt against him. Now, on the […]

Tank Commander

Issue Number: 5019
5019

The Allies were in crisis. A massive German Blitzkrieg offensive pushed the British forces into a desperate retreat. In the chaos, a Matilda tank crew, led by Sergeant Jack Taylor, was hit hard… Jack was the only survivor. Marooned in a small village, he began to cover the Allied retreat to Dunkirk. That’s when Sergeant […]

Time Warp Warrior

Issue Number: 5018
5018

His name was Cam, and he was from another world, a future world. Back he travelled, through time, faster than light, till he arrived on earth. His journey was to save the people of this planet from total destruction. Story: Mike Knowles Art: C. T. Rigby Cover: Ian Kennedy

The Elefant

Issue Number: 5017
5017

1943, on the battlefields of the Steppes of Kursk, the largest tank battle in history occurred. More than 6,000 tanks were involved in the deadly skirmish with over 1,000 tanks taken victim. Oberfeldwebel Heinz Schmitt and his crew were there. After Heinz’s Panzer Mark IV tank was destroyed, it was replaced with a Ferdinand tank […]

The Loner

Issue Number: 5016
5016

French pilot Jacques Ledoux was a loner. He fought the war in the air by his own rules, even when it brought bitter criticism from the British pilots he flew with. And when the ugly rumours began to circulate that he was a “Nazi spy”, Jacques just gritted his teeth and fought on as before. […]

Hunt and Harass

Issue Number: 5015
5015

Allied artillery and bombers were pounding the heart of Hitler’s Reich in late March, 1945, pushing back the last despairing defenders in a fight to the finish. As if not bad enough, freelance fighting patrols were operating behind enemy lines. One of these, a three-man Special Air Service patrol, was about the acquire a very […]

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 […]