Tag Archives: Dunkirk

Dodger’s Dunkirk

Issue Number: 5337

The Allied armies were caught napping in May 1940. Flat‑footed, the British Expeditionary Force fought hard to defend what little they could hold on to. Among them was a firebrand named Tom “Dodger” Dodge with a chip on his shoulder the size of an iceberg. He wasn’t about to retreat to Dunkirk for anyone — […]

Durand’s Dunkirk

Issue Number: 5335

May 1940. The French battled like demons to protect their homeland from the raiding Nazi armies. Fighting a desperate defence, they only hoped to hold the Germans back long enough for the evacuation of their allies. For, had it not been for the fighting spirit of men like Regis Durand, the British evacuation at Dunkirk […]

Flight from Tomorrow

Issue Number: 5331

In May 1940, the British Expeditionary Force were pushed west by the might of the Nazi Eagle. But they weren’t the only ones on the run… Wounded, Captain Dougal McKerr must get his men back to their regiment and help the mysterious Mary and a group of children get to safety. But dogging them are […]

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 […]

Battle Blisters

Issue Number: 5213

It’s May 1940 and Allied forces are being pushed by the Fuhrer’s advance towards the beaches at Dunkirk. The embittered Sergeant Formby must safely guide the remains of his squad towards Blighty, but Private Lawrence “Lanky” Leonard is missing… Will Formby leave the man behind to save his remaining troops? A French bicycle, a slingshot, […]

The Last Men at Dunkirk

Issue Number: 5163

Sergeant Ronnie Malloy stood alone on the French pier looking out towards the sea. The beach was deserted bar the smoking husks of discarded British trucks. The lines of men desperate to clamber aboard the ships bound for Blighty were all gone and the place was silent except for the quiet ebb of the tide. In […]