Tag Archives: RAF

Mosquito Strike

Issue Number: 5384

Mad Marston was a menace to everyone. He handled his Mosquito like a reckless fool. He didn’t care what damage he did to his plane or his crew. Then came the day his own brother went down in flames, and everyone knew who was to blame… Mad Marston himself!   Story: Brunt Art: Arias Cover: […]

Black Squadron

Issue Number: 5380

Pinned on a board in every Luftwaffe airfield in Germany was a “Wanted Man” notice: “Wanted for the murder of Major von Dorn — the British pilot who flies a Spitfire bearing the insignia of a red mailed fist.” Adolf Hitler himself would shake the hand of the Nazi pilot who shot down that RAF […]

Top Bomber

Issue Number: 5376

“You will join Flying Officer Harker’s crew.” Any airman who heard these words would go pale, as if he’d just heard his death sentence pronounced. For there was some strange hoodoo on Peter Harker. Few of his crew ever came back in one piece. And everyone knew whose fault it was…   Story: Fitzsimmons Art: […]

The Rejects

Issue Number: 5349

All manner of men took to the perilous skies in 1940, determined to defend the British Isles from Goering’s fearsome aircraft armada. Different nationalities; British, Polish, Czech, French, and even Irish pilots, like Michael O’Connor, banded together and lunged headfirst at the mass of Luftwaffe bombers and fighters — Axis pilots who were equally determined […]

Night Ace

Issue Number: 5344

Have you ever dreamed that you’re falling, falling, whirling round and round, never going to stop? Terrifying isn’t it? That’s how Nick Kirby felt every time he went in a plane. You see, Nick suffered from vertigo — an uncontrollable fear of heights. Oh, there’s another thing about Nick. He joined the RAF as a […]

Zero Feet

Issue Number: 5332

“We’ve got two kinds of fighter pilots in this mob — the hunters and the hunted. The hunters fly fast, shoot first and come out on top. The hunted? Well… young Jimmy Daiken there is one of the hunted, because every time he goes up he expects the chop — and he won’t be disappointed…” […]