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Joe Brady was as tough as the Liverpool slums that had bred him - and, boy, he could hate!

The many Nazis he met knew the cold ferocity which blazed in his eyes as he swept into battle, but they could tell no one.

For dead men tell no tales.

Introduction

Some of you may wonder how we choose which titles to let you read again. Well, there are loads of different reasons but, it the case of this story, one trumps all others. It was drawn by Victor De La Fuente and, as far as I'm concerned, any excuse to let you see his magnificent art is good enough. I grew up reading Commando stories and his illustrations never let me down, combining accuracy, aggression and activity in every frame.

Victor's style influenced many other artists, and at least one reader, to get involved in comics. Thanks, Victor.

Calum Laird, Commando Editor

Note: Originally published as Commando No 149 (January 1965), re-issued as No 743 (May 1973).

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