Tag Archives: Jeff Bevan

The Line-shooter

Issue Number: 5718

Flying Officer Hubert Shank seemed to be a daring, resourceful character. He’d done everything from motor-racing to smuggling… or so he said. So when he and his crew had to force-land their Whitley in Germany, you could bet Hubert would have a few tricks up his sleeve to aid their escape… if his stories were […]

Renegade Sergeant

Issue Number: 5690

After he escaped from the police in London, safecracker Bert Devlin changed his name and joined the army in an attempt to shake off his past. He thought he’d managed it too — until he was stopped by an MP one day who turned out to be the policeman he’d clobbered while escaping!   Story: […]

Death in the Desert

Issue Number: 5648

When Lieutenant Neil Andrews found himself press‑ganged into the bunch of ruffians known as “Portland’s Pirates”, his welcome wasn’t a happy one. As the brutal Sergeant Nick Kearney said, “This ain’t no Boy Scout troop. There’s just one way to get out of our mob, and that’s feet‑first!” Yes, being one of Portland’s Pirates could […]

Into The Attack

Issue Number: 5610

Commanded by Lieutenant Terry Horton, the sleek motor torpedo boat sped into the attack, guns blazing and torpedoes ready to launch at the German convoy ahead. But he didn’t just have the enemy to contend with, for in this crack flotilla there was another skipper who was doing his best to blacken Terry’s name —and […]

The Special Squad

Issue Number: 5570

Dedicated, tough, and invincible — that was the “Special Squad”. Made up of the elite of the British forces, this band of heroes worked behind enemy lines striking at the heart of the foe. Mark Butcher was their latest recruit. Young, strong, and cool-headed, he had one skill the others didn’t have, a knowledge of […]

Soldier of Fortune

Issue Number: 5518

Mike Malone was a mercenary, keen to fight wherever the action took him. He didn’t care who he fought for, but he trusted and respected the men he fought beside and whom he trained.And just when he needed someone else’s help and trust, he got it.   Story: Bill Fear Art: Fleming Cover: Jeff Bevan

The Golden Eagle

Issue Number: 5514

Before he became a Commando, Joe Doran had been a thief, a very clever and successful thief. Now inaction in Nazi‑occupied Norway, he had got his hands on a gold statuette encrusted with jewels, something that would bring him an enormous amount of money. Could he resist the temptation to keep it?   Story: Bernard […]