Commando Comic No. 231 – Marauder Squadron


  • Commando Comic No. 231
  • Published October 1966
  • Pre-owned
  • Good condition
  • Bagged and boarded

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SKU: CMC-231 Category: Tags: , Product Condition: Used



It’s well know in the R.A.F. that flying torpedo bombers is the surest way to break a pilot’s nerve. On almost every mission, it’s a case of kill or be killed. At the start of his torpedo run the pilot sees the ship he is out to get . . . and the ship sees him! When that run is over either ship or plane should be destroyed.

Torpedo bombers – and too man missions – nearly broke Peter Lane. For a while he thought he’d never fly again. Other pilots might say, “Oh, Pete’s a bit too careful, ” but what they’d mean was, “Pete’s a bit yellow!” It took flying with another “Sudden death” mob, the Martin Marauder sneak-raiders zipping in at zero feet over Europe’s worst flak belts – to make young Pete realise his nerve hadn’t gone.

In fact, he’d more than the average six pilots!


Mild stacking curl, reading crease. Really 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.

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Weight0.05 kg

DC Thomson


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