Tag Archives: Dominic Teague

War Crime

Issue Number: 5359

Since he first stepped onto the beach at East Falkland, Marine Kurt Silverton wanted nothing more than to find and impress his cousin, Steven. Steven was the toughest lad in school, nothing phased him! But when Kurt finds him, he’s a shell of his former self. He’s looking over his shoulder, whispering a dark secret […]

Sladen’s Promise

Issue Number: 5299

The friendship between a butler, Anthony Sladen, and his master, Lord Jeffery Mortimer, had stood the test of time and the length of two wars, but a deep resentment had festered because of it. Mortimer’s son, Sebastian, despised Sladen. But Sladen had made a promise, one he would rather die than break.   Story: Dominic […]

Monsters in the Fog

Issue Number: 5265

The platoon of British soldiers moved through the swirling murk. The thick smog hung in the air like tar and they could not even see the rifles in their hands. Shadows and shapes in the fog were moving… coming right at them.   Story: Dominic Teague Art: Vicente Alcazar Cover: Neil Roberts

Guardians of War Grave

Issue Number: 5223

In 1990, the HMS Ulmo glided through the cold waters of the North Atlantic. Its lights probing the dark, foggy night, searching… Beneath the hulking giant lay something old and long forgotten. But someone on board the Ulmo knew its secrets…   Story: Dominic Teague Art: Vincente Alcazar Cover: Neil Roberts

Labyrinth

Issue Number: 5199

War cares not for history or men, as battles caused soldiers and sacred ruins to crumble together. That’s when Lieutenant Ned Morris had his dilemma. He was an archaeologist and an officer — he had a duty to protect soldiers and lost civilisations. But when his squad discovers a Japanese-held ruined Pyu city, he’s forced […]

The Phantom’s Revenge

Issue Number: 5131

In the summer of 1808, in the early months of the Peninsular war, five prophecies of death were given to those aboard HMS Phantom. First, in the shadow of a burning cross. Second, amongst the reaper’s spoils. Third, in the jaws of the sea. Fourth, beneath a mountain’s tears. And fifth, when the man with […]

Reclaim The Phantom

Issue Number: 5075

Fighting in the Napoleonic Wars, it was not uncommon for ships to be at sea for months at a time, and during those long, isolated days it was easy for friendships or vendettas to form. Under the Caribbean sun, Captain John Valentine sailed to warn a British Flotilla about a heavily armed French convoy they […]