Tag Archives: George Low

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, […]

Red Gold

Issue Number: 5205

The Nazi fist squeezed the French people tight in 1941. Their oppressive occupation was absolute, and their gluttonous fingers coveted their bloodstained loot: their filthy stolen gold. But those greedy men were about to find out that their reign in France was not untouchable, and neither was their red gold!   Story: George Low Art: […]

Viking Phantom

Issue Number: 5191

Warrant Officer Rex Leigh was shivering, cold, and huddled in the ancient husk of a Scottish broch. There was something out there in the gloom of the lonely island wilderness, but Rex did not dare look. He shut his eyes as a faint eerie glow appeared at the window. He did not dare look… he […]

Ice-Cold Commando

Issue Number: 5187

Icy Lieutenant Ron Lamont’s new posting left him cold. He was bored of being a jumped‑up bodyguard, babysitting a colonel in the frozen Russian wasteland. But when a hasty evacuation turns sour and leaves the cool‑headed lieutenant stranded in the freezing tundra, Ron comes face to face with an old, bitter rival. To say the […]

War Bus

Issue Number: 5171

In the First World War, over one thousand London buses were used to ferry soldiers from Blighty to the front line in France. It was a long, dangerous journey, one that would take trainee bus driver Sam Porter far away from the depot in Hackney. 
 Now in the driving seat, in a big, bright […]

Agents at War

Issue Number: 5157

SS Standartenfuhrer Rudi Reinstein smiled to himself, thinking he had just duped a dumb American into being a spy for the Nazi cause. But as he reached into his unusually light briefcase and found underwear in the place of his important Nazi documents, he realised it was him who had been duped! And so the […]

Course for Freedom

Issue Number: 5149

When Jurgen Schwer joined the Luftwaffe in the Second World War, he had no idea that he would become a prisoner of war in the barren Nevada Desert, or even still — a fugitive on the run in Mexico and Colombia! It seemed that the only way Jurgen could get back to Europe and his […]

Desert Deception

Issue Number: 5129

Hauptmann Fritz Friedel hated the desert with its relentless sun and oceans of coarse sand. The German captain thought his career was over when he was assigned a post on the remotest part of the German line, but then he heard music echoing in the desert wasteland. Following the eerie melody, Friedel discovered a pair […]

E-boat Strike!

Issue Number: 5125

Adriatic Sea. 1943 Lieutenant Ron Logan and his SBS unit were speeding along, hoping not to run into anyone else foolish to be out on such a miserable night. But they weren’t alone. Before they could disappear into the fog, A MAS boat spotted them and the SBS men fought bitterly to shake off their […]

A Tank Called Tempest

Issue Number: 5111

When an Australian, a Kiwi, a South African and an Englishman step into a tank – sparks are sure to fly! Lieutenant Ranald Booker had to write an article about cooperation between the Commonwealth nations. But, despite being confronted with fighting the Germans and Italians in North Africa, some troops were more interested in scrapping with […]