Monday, 17 March 2014
Commando: First Fight for Flanders
The plot is carried forward by the antagonism felt by a young private to his cowardly commanding officer. The two men have a history from just before the war and the young private knows that his CO may have been the man responsible for blinding his younger brother in a shooting accident.
The story is tightly plotted and the art by Keith Page is perfectly suited to the events portrayed. I love the Commando books and I'm enjoying their current World War 1 series.
The other three titles in the shops at the moment are World War II adventures with Seaplane Strike and The Invisible Warrior looking at the Eastern Theater of War while Zero Bashers deal with the air war.