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Simply The Best 1990s

As I have now given my opinion on the best original story published in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, it is time to move on to the 1990s.  337 more words


Simply The Best 1980s

OK, now this is the third instalment of which issue is the best of the decade and I have been agonising over this a little.  Picking out the best issue for the… 313 more words


Simply The Best 1970s

My first article on this subject was to tell you all which issue of the 1960s Commando run was my personal choice for the best of the decade.  367 more words


Nobody Loves a Genius! [1974]

Published: Commando #824, 1974

Reprinted: Commando #2084, 1987

Artist: Ian Kennedy (cover); Pat Wright (story)

Writer: R.A. Montague

Special thanks to Colcool007 for credits

Plot… 1,335 more words


Always a Prisoner [1981]

Published: Commando #1502, 1981

Artist: Ian Kennedy (cover), Alejandro Martinez Ruiz (story)

Writer: Bill Fear

Reprint: Commando #2828, 1995


Harry Dane’s lot always seems to be brutal imprisonment, with him shoving his fist at it whenever he can. 2,173 more words


Simply The Best 1960s

Someone has been really nice to me and loaned me their copies of the fanzine Achtung! Commando.  And while I have been enjoying it, one feature has stood out and that is people picking out their favourite issues.  281 more words


This crop of All-Stars was home-grown

On Tuesday, the 88th annual major league baseball All-Star game will be played at Marlins Park in Miami. It will feature most of the great lights of big league ball, with the notable exception of Mike Trout, the Angels’ superstar center fielder who is still recovering from a thumb injury. 661 more words