Jim Watson provides the cover for this issue. It's interesting to see how many artists present their work. There are those who can actually draw, those who can sorta draw and those who wing-it. Watson falls into the latter category. He has a great style, but he can't actually draw. His anatomy is quite dodgy at times. It's almost like he learned how to draw faces but then couldn't be bothered with everything else. His style disguises this fact. It doesn't really matter does it? He had a long career. People must have liked his work, or else he wouldn't have been in the industry for so long. I actually like his war strips and think there's a grittiness to his art that suits war stories.