Commando Comic No. 279 – McGinty’s Mob


  • Commando Comic No. 279
  • Published August 1967
  • Pre-owned
  • Good condition
  • Bagged and boarded

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SKU: CMC-279 Category: Tag: Product Condition: Used



Hooky Holland was six foot four, with a steel hook for a left hand. But his right hand had the strength of two.

Busty Brown had been a First World War bugler – but could also put a bullet through a stag’s eye at 400 yards.

Lindbauer was nearly fifty, and a German. But what that man could do with explosives was uncanny.

Amir Singh was six feet of muscular Sikh tribesman. He couldn’t even speak English. He could make his big sword sing though, and break a Nazi neck fifty yards away with his iron throwing quoits.

These four were only some of the British army rejects sent to Sergeant Mike McGinty in the Pioneer Corps. They looked a hopeless lot, but McGinty swapped their shovels for guns and formed his own new fighting outfit – McGinty’s Mob.


Minor wear to spine, mild reading crease, internal tanning. Book is sound, cover is clean and bright. 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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