Tag Archives: Carlos Pino

A-Force

Issue Number: 5275

An elite unit from Mi7, they went where the army couldn’t, taking on the worst of the worst. They had rules, though: don’t shoot first and if you fall you’re on your own — but then what can you expect from something that doesn’t officially exist? Named after the SRF, made famous by Ramsey’s Raiders. […]

House of Death

Issue Number: 5269

There is a building in Stalingrad they called the Red House. Inside it were five soviet soldiers, ready to take on the might of the Nazi eagle, be that with a DShK heavy machine gun or a Molotov cocktail. To the death they would defend it, until the Red House was known by all as […]

The Message

Issue Number: 5235

Joe Capshaw had a rough start to the war. Thrown in at the deep end, he soon found himself isolated and alone in enemy territory — the sole recipient of vital intelligence. Trouble was, he was now a POW! With the help of the elusive ’Bakerloo line’ he would try and make his escape, but […]

The June Winter

Issue Number: 5185

The marines of 3 Commando didn’t know what would kill them first: being blown apart by a landmine, shot down by an Argentinian sniper, or freezing to death in the icy southern winter. After entering a war on the other side of the world, many did not understand why Britain was fighting so hard to […]

Rebel Riders

Issue Number: 5169

The heroes of ‘Viva Villa’ return but not as you know them! Disguised as priests and accompanied by Sister Sofia, the Gomez brothers face one of their deadliest missions yet – working with a nun!   Still fighting for the revolution to free Mexico, Carlos and Hector were tasked with sneaking into a Federale-held city […]

Fuelled by Fury

Issue Number: 5151

What do a Lieutenant in the British Army, an East End criminal, a champion athlete, an Italian partisan, and an aged archaeologist all have in common? They’re all on a mission to destroy the biggest Nazi fuel dump in the Mediterranean – which just happens to be inside a dormant volcano!   Story: Iain McLaughlin […]

The Home Front

Issue Number: 5133

German spies? Dead cattle? Murder? Wilhelmina Home came to Britain to volunteer as a WAAC in the First World War but she soon found herself embroiled in a plot worthy of her favourite author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Underestimated at every turn, Wilhelmina began to piece together the clues uncovering conspiracy which could threaten the whole of […]

Tunnels of Arras

Issue Number: 5117

By 1916, the Allies had taken a pounding at the battles of Verdun and the Somme. Desperate to avoid more unnecessary casualties, a decision was made to embark on one of the largest and most ambitious tunnelling works ever undertaken by the British Army in the First World War. New Zealand diggers, coal miners and […]

Viva Villa!

Issue Number: 5101

With nothing but a Colt-Browning machine gun, a Winchester Repeating rifle and a six shooter, the Gomez brothers hardly stood a chance against the advancing Federal Cavalry. But, holed out in an adobe hut, they swore they would defend the villagers of Puebla. They fought for Pancho Villa. They fought for the revolution. They fought […]

Highland Games

Issue Number: 5091

No-one would expect German spies to be out in the Scottish Highlands on a cold night in 1942… but that did not stop Rory MacLean from tightly clutching his BSA standard No. 1 Model air rifle. As an owl’s hoot broke the eerie stillness, Rory tensed then tutted at himself for being so foolish. But […]