Tag Archives: Rodriguez

Target: Armageddon

Issue Number: 5059

After six long years of struggle, Germany finally surrendered in 1945. But for U-Boat Kriegsmarine Kapitan Heinrich Kessler, this was a cowardly betrayal of everything he believed in. He hid his submarine in South America, vowing never to surrender it to the enemy. Then, nearly twenty years later, Kessler had had enough. Germany was split […]

Fatherland

Issue Number: 5053

Fearing the Nazi’s grip on Germany in the 1930s, Lisa Fischer’s mother had no choice but to take her children and run away from her fanatical German diplomat husband. But in her escape she only managed to save her daughter… Then, ten years later, in 1943, Lisa ‘Fisher’ joined the British Army. Specially trained as […]

Saved in Time!

Issue Number: 5039

It was a warm, sunny day in 1944 when, out of the blue, a mysterious bolt of lightening struck Paratrooper Frankie Walsh. His C.O. called it a freak accident, but it triggered a domino effect of even stranger events…events that were to send Frankie spiralling through time itself! Story: Alan Hebden Art: Morhain & Rodriguez Cover: Ian Kennedy

Race – Or Die!

Issue Number: 5031

Nestled on the sleepy Isle of Man, three men had a deep secret – they part of a German spy cell that had infiltrated Britain and Ireland. One among them held a bigger secret, the desire to win the world-famous Isle of Man Tourist Trophy motorbike race. With World War Two raging, there was little […]

Caught in Crossfire!

Issue Number: 5021

In Berlin, 1944, Japanese army Captain Isamu Nagata secretly yearns for peace as he tries to mourn the loss of his younger brother, shot down by British soldiers in Burma. But, Nagata does not have time to grieve as he accidentally kills a German looter, leading to an all-out manhunt against him. Now, on the […]

UNDEFEATED

Issue Number: 4945
Undefeated

Troubled by a past encounter early in his career, Royal Navy Lieutenant Commander Alec Weston soon became a respected, if intense, skipper. He was determined that his submarine, H.M.S. Undefeated, would live up to her name — therefore he pushed his crew and the vessel hard. When ferrying a Special Boat Section assault team on […]