Tag Archives: Carlos Pino

The Girls on the Guns

Issue Number: 5417

August 1942. Stalingrad. As a Panzer army headed straight towards the Stalingrad Tractor Factory with foul intent, the only thing that could stop them was the anti-aircraft batteries on the outskirts of the city. The crews were inexperienced, many of them made up of young women barely out of their teens. But for the girls […]

A-Force: Anarchy

Issue Number: 5387

MI7’s top-secret overseas field team are back to take down pirates and mercenaries operating in the Caspian Sea. Moving illegal tech and weaponry, the mercs don’t care who gets hurt — even the Sarovians they’re working with. But what if the people on A-Force are just as expendable?   Story: Ferg Handley Art: Carlos Pino Cover: […]

Ramsey’s Raiders: The Rats Nest

Issue Number: 5365

Hot off the back of the D-Day landings, the Special Raiding Force are back! And this time Colonel Radcliffe goes to Jimmy Ramsey with a personal request — to rescue his niece, an SOE operative trapped behind German lines. It may be off the record, but Jimmy is determined to prise Marie from the clutches […]

The Rejects

Issue Number: 5349

All manner of men took to the perilous skies in 1940, determined to defend the British Isles from Goering’s fearsome aircraft armada. Different nationalities; British, Polish, Czech, French, and even Irish pilots, like Michael O’Connor, banded together and lunged headfirst at the mass of Luftwaffe bombers and fighters — Axis pilots who were equally determined […]

Dingo’s Mates

Issue Number: 5325

In 1914, Aussie Dingo Smith and his cobbers — Blue, Pete, Harry, Tugga and Puddin’ signed up with no hesitation. Dingo would do anything to protect his mates, but on the beaches of Gallipoli, among the mass devastation, something changed in Dingo. As he faced the barrel of a Turkish soldier’s rifle, his blood froze. […]

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. […]

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 […]