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Charley’s War Series

Pat Mills and Joe Colquhoun
Charley's War (Vol. 1): 2 June - 1 August 1916 by Pat Mills; Illustrated by Joe Colquhoun
Charley's War (Vol. 9): Death from Above by Pat Mills and Joe Colquhoun
Charley's War (Vol. 10) - The End by Written by Pat Mills; Illustrated by Joe Colquhoun

Charley’s War Series : Titles in Order

Book 10
In the final explosive volume of never-before-collected comic strip, including for the first time reproductions of strip pages from Joe Colquhoun’s original artwork, we finally reach the epic conclusion of Charley’s story, and the harrowing final days of World War I.

The tenth action-packed volume of Charley’s War is rich in the detailed minutiae of the terror-punctuated existence of a Tommy, and includes a feature on the Treaty of Versailles and Germany’s capitulation.
Book 9
A brand-new volume of never-before-collected comic strip! Things are looking up for Charley after he meets the love of his life, but the happy occasion of their wedding is destroyed by the roar of destructive Zeppelin Bombers from Berlin!

The ninth action-packed volume of Charley’s War is rich in the detailed minutiae of the terror-punctuated existence of a Tommy.
Book 8
In this explosive new volume of never-before-collected comic strip, Charley comes face to face with a young corporal who will eventually change the face of the world as leader of the Nazi party: Adolf Hitler. 

The eighth action-packed volume of Charley’s War is rich in the detailed minutiae of the terror punctuated existence of a Tommy.
Book 7
In September 1917, Charley is caught up in the mutiny by troops against harsh treatment at Etaples and faces divided loyalties as the rebellion gathers pace, and is reunited with old friends and finds new enemies. Eventually, back on the front line, he faces death once more as a stretcher bearer at the final battle of Passchendale. The volume includes a modern-day sequence as old soldiers recall fallen comrades – but was Charley one of them?

Rich in the detailed minutiae of the terror-punctuated existence of a Tommy, this seventh volume of Charley’s War features a brand new introduction and director’s commentary by Pat Mills, plus exclusive bonus content examining the Mutiny that inspired the acclaimed and controversial BBC TV series The Monocled Mutineer.
Book 6
Acclaimed author Pat Mills (Marshal Law, Sláine) and legendary artist Joe Colquhoun (Johnny Red) continue the thrilling, horrifying tale of soldier Charley Bourne.

Charley’s squad is detailed to assist the ‘clay kickers’ mining underneath the German lines, with terrible consequences — and Charley is forced into a final showdown with the vile Lieutenant Snell, before going over the top for one of the most horrendous battles of World War One: the third battle of Ypres, also called Passchendaele.

Rich in the detailed minutiae of the terror-punctuated existence of a Tommy, this sixth volume of Charley’s War features a brand new introduction and director’s commentary by Pat Mills, plus exclusive bonus content.
Book 5
Renowned UK comics writer Pat Mills (Marshal Law, Sláine) and legendary artist Joe Colquhoun (Johnny Red) continue the thrilling, humorous and horrifying story of World War One soldier Charley Bourne.

Returning to the front, Charley is reunited with old comrades Weeper and Old Bill — and, unfortunately, bully Grogan and the vile Lieutenant Snell. As the bullets fly and bombs fall, Charley faces as much danger from his own ranks as from the enemy’s…

Rich in the detailed minutiae of the terror-punctuated existence of a Tommy, this fifth volume of Charley’s War features a brand new introduction and director’s commentary by Pat Mills, plus exclusive bonus content.
Book 4
Renowned UK comics writer Pat Mills (Marshal Law, Sláine) and legendary artist Joe Colquhoun (Johnny Red) continue the thrilling, humorous and horrifying story of World War One soldier Charley Bourne.

Home from the war thanks to an injury, Charley escapes from a terrifying air-raid, only to run into a deserter from the Foreign Legion — who tells him of the awful siege of Fort Vaux, even as both men run for their lives from the Military Police!

Rich in the detailed minutiae of the terror-punctuated existence of a “Tommy”, this fourth volume of Charley’s War features an introduction and director’s commentary by Pat Mills, plus bonus content on the historical background to the story.
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