Everybody had thought a lot of Inspector Harry Andrews of the Malayan Police. He was a real man, all guts. Pity he had been captured and probably killed by the Japanese when the invasion over-ran his outpost. He'd put up quite a fight, though.
Then, there was his brother, Colin - just a war correspondent, not a fighting soldier. He'd never be half the man Harry was, they said. Even though he got himself on a desperate mission to the district in Malaya where his brother had disappeared…but they didn't really know Colin Andrews…
Our premier Gold Collection title of 2016 kicks things off in spectacular style, with a reassuringly gritty jungle tale. This book is brimming with action and intrigue which never lets up.
Spence's script is expertly drawn by C.T. Rigby with his usual aplomb, while Lopez Espi's cover is a masterclass in pulp illustration.
I hope you enjoy this story and are looking forward to many more like it throughout the year.
Scott Montgomery, Deputy Editor
Note: Originally published as Commando No. 227 (September 1966)