The Italians fighting in North Africa clashed not only with their British foes, but also with their German allies.
Enzo Lanzini certainly wasn't happy facing the advance of British armour across the desert, but he certainly was no coward either. It was just that he had seen the way the Nazis operated, and he had come to the conclusion that he was in fact fighting
THE WRONG ENEMY
Although a Commando comic must have a solid military premise and plenty of action - at its heart, more important than anything else, it must have a strong lead character. Here we have exactly that.
Corporal Enzo Lanzini is a machine-gunner with a strong moral compass and, since he is Italian, is traditionally seen as the enemy. Right away he has the potential to become a leftfield, classic Commando hero. I hope you enjoy his story.
Scott Montgomery, Deputy Editor
Note: Originally published as Commando No 2474 (May 1991).