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    In the armoured car were a young, half-dead British officer and an Indian soldier.

    Up against them were four Japanese jungle-troops - deadly and lightning-fast.

    What chance would they have against scores of men like these?

    Read "DUEL IN THE JUNGLE" and find out!

    Introduction

    If you can get past that evil-looking knife on the cover, there is a clue as to how this story is going to go. British soldier attacking British airman? That's not right, surely.

    Stories of tribal allegiances on debts of honour are far from unknown in Commando but, as usual, Eric Hebden manages to twist and mix the threads together to weave an original blend. Also, as usual, there's a little unexpected turn towards the end just to wrong foot you.

    His characterisations are well supported by that doyen of war comic artists Victor de la Fuente. Victor's faces are full of life but his figures have the rare quality of seeming to move within a static frame. It's not by chance that he is held in high esteem by comics fans...as you'll see inside.

    Calum Laird, Commando Editor

    Note: Original released as Commando No 126 (July 1964) and re-issued as No 671 (August 1972).

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