Commando Comic No. 198 – The Great Escape


  • Commando Comic No. 198
  • Published January 1966
  • Pre-owned
  • Good condition
  • Bagged and boarded

1 in stock

SKU: CMC-198 Category: Tag: Product Condition: Used



Ted Malloy knew him as Corporal Don Granger of the Australian Army, his best pal, young, dark-haired and full of guts.

The Kachins, a Burmese tribe, knew him as “Urgu” – their holy man, chief and river god, tall, with a lined savage face, a bronzed skin, a mop of snow-white hair, and no memory of any past.

Ted and Don were the only two men ever to escape from “Blood Valley”, the dreaded Japanese labour camp, where men died by inches under the blazing sun and the whips of the Japanese guards.

How Ted got clear and how Don became Urgu, chief of the Kachins, without a single memory of Ted or any other white man, makes a really great picture story.


A nice copy. Slight curl, minimal wear, mild tanning. Nice bright cover. Book is sound and in good condition. Bagged and boarded. Please examine photos carefully and see our notes on item condition before purchasing.

Additional information

Weight0.05 kg

DC Thomson


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Commando Comic No. 198 – The Great Escape”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

five × five =