Tag Archives: Ian Kennedy

The Haunted Wood

Issue Number: 5688

It was a place shunned by every living creature. No man would go into that wood, no animal hunted there, no insect stirred.     For centuries an atmosphere of evil had brooded amongst those trees, while an ancient mist shrouded the terrible things that had happened there.   Story: Bernard Gregg Art: Haupt Cover: […]

Undercover Agent

Issue Number: 5684

Why were a dozen German paratroopers being flown into British-occupied territory? And why was there a mixed bunch of black-marketeers to greet them? There was certainly more to this than met the eye, and Captain Don Burke, a British undercover agent, was determined to find out what was going on. Story: RA Montague Art: Galindo […]

Stowaway!

Issue Number: 5674

As Johnny Hale stood on trial, charged with desertion and robbery, it seemed inevitable that he would suffer severe penalties for his crime. But Johnny had a story to tell. It was not the tale of a coward or a crook, but the story of a man who had to rely on every ounce of […]

Last Laugh

Issue Number: 5668

Pilot Officer Andy Howard and his crew were really up against it. Forced to crash-land in the snowy wastes of occupied Norway, they had started out on foot to deliver their Lanc’s cargo of urgently-needed weapons to the resistance. Now an enemy ski patrol had stumbled on them, and despite the fight Andy and his […]

Guerrilla!

Issue Number: 5666

The small band of freedom fighters were a very mixed bunch —Italian partisans, escaped prisoners-of-war, and Italian army deserters. Now they waited tensely for the signal to open fire on their target below. That target was a convoy of German lorries, led by one of the most cruel and ruthless officers in the SS —a […]

Demon of Darkness

Issue Number: 5652

Twenty thousand feet up in the black void of the night over England. Nerves tense, mouth dry, hand clutching the control column, thumb hovering over the firing button, eyes straining out into the dark as the thundering engines pull you into the nothingness ahead of you. That’s what it’s like to be a night-fighter pilot… […]