Tag Archives: C.T. Rigby

Strike from the Sea

Issue Number: 5102

Before the war, Lieutenant Steve Pitt had been a fisherman off the east coast of England. The boat-handling skills he had learned then were perfect training for what he was doing now — leading hit-and-run raids from the sea to strike at the southern defences of Nazi-held Europe. But hard and dangerous as his days […]

Murder in Berlin

Issue Number: 5090

Serving as a detective throughout the war years in London hadn’t been a picnic for Chief Inspector Ernie Hallows. There had been the Blitz to cope with as well as very difficult jobs – like nailing the decorated Commando officer who had turned killer. But now that the war was over, life wasn’t any easier. […]

Special Delivery!

Issue Number: 5082

A postman in civvy street, Corporal Johnny Bishop now served in a Field Postal Service Unit – a job he took very seriously indeed. So when the Luftwaffe bombed the latest batch of mail under his charge, he saw it as a personal insult. But one letter survived the bombing, and Johnny vowed that, above […]

Time to Pay!

Issue Number: 5062

Captain Mario Celini’s unit had been treated like dirt by the Germans, even though they were the so-called friends of the Italians. Lives had been lost, others put at risk. But Mario and his men were not the type to forget – or forgive. And, with the help of a British officer on special duties, […]

Cold Sweat

Issue Number: 5030

Colin Cooper was no stranger to fear. From the day he nearly fell off a church roof, it had gnawed away at the back of his mind. Then came Norway and more fear when, as a young private, he was injured and left behind by his mates as they retreated before the advancing German invaders. […]

Time Warp Warrior

Issue Number: 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

Killer Commando

Issue Number: 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 […]

HOODOO SHIP

Issue Number: 4968
Hoodoo Ship, cover by Ken Barr

At long last, Sub-lieutenant Roy Palmer and merchant captain Brian Miller had found the island supply base from which U-boat packs slipped anchor to attack Allied convoys in the South Atlantic. But, only after they’d been adrift for days with two boatloads of tired, unarmed men. They didn’t even have a radio to pass on […]

THE PONY SOLDIERS

Issue Number: 4958
The Pony Soldiers

Horses against tanks and aircraft? Not a recipe for success, you’d think. But that was the best that was available for a gallant band of guerrillas – men and boys – battling against the Japanese in the Philippine Islands… as they waited for the Americans to return and set them free.

ATLANTIC KILLER

Issue Number: 4952
Atlantic Killer

A swift trail of bubbles — if you see it and a roar like a thousand express trains crashing — if you hear it. That’s all the warning you get when a torpedo hits home. Lieutenant Commander Dave Miller lost his destroyer just like that to Kapitan Karl von Sturm, top Nazi U-Boat ace known […]