An appreciation of British comics.
Whilst Scott Goodall's WW2 story was never going to be the equal of Mills' WW1 original, I do think that it deserves a fresh look.A Charley Bourne, soul scarred by his Great War experiences, back on the battlefields of France; an older, more tired, less vital Charley Bourne; a Charley Bourne with a son of his own, a son in danger; well, there is certainly plenty of meat on that bone.So yes, a reprint would be great.
ive just got the last book for xmas and have emailed titan about the ww2 stories , its what got me into charlies war and battle action force comic
they are still resisiting collecting the WW2 stories! just a joke when they are releasing Tiger of Lime Street and Bella at the Bar !!!! go figure!!!!