Commando Comic No. 052 – The Tiger Is Loose


  • Commando Comic No. 52
  • Published January 1963
  • Pre-owned
  • Acceptable condition
  • Bagged and boarded

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SKU: CMC-052 Category: Tag: Product Condition: Used



They called him “The Tiger” . . .

He was a tattere, gaunt giant of a soldier, the lone survivor of a blazing wreck in the desert – and the shock had robbed him of his memory. He knew two things only, his name – O’Leary, and that he had a grim hatred of Germans. But if O’Leary was a man of mystery, he was also a man of many talents. He could shoot like a sniper, command an armoured car, lay field guns, and he could fight – like a tiger!

When advancing German troops over-ran the desert like jackals, preying on helpless, cut-off British patrols, herding brave, beaten men into prison cages, someone should have warned the Germans . . . someone should have told them . . . that “The Tiger” was loose!


Two inch split to rear cover at base of spine, general wear. Internal tanning/foxing. Book is otherwise sound. Acceptable condition. Bagged and boarded. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.

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Weight0.05 kg

DC Thomson


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