WINGS OVER THE ATLANTIC
It was perhaps created to give recognition to the Battle of the Atlantic which was fought to gain control of the shipping lanes for the safe passage of goods from North America to England. It was the longest continuous conflict in World War 2.
The stories involved air and air-sea battles. The stories were different from the usual fare in that they had no central hero figure but rather focused on events involving multiple individuals who were sailors and airmen. In this the feature was like those found in Canadian Heroes Comics published by Educational Projects.
The second group of images below is from a different type of story. It centers around the accidental collision between a freighter and a derelict oil tanker.
PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY: Published by Bell Features & Publishing Ltd.
|Commando Comics ….no date. “Wings Over The Atlantic” Car., André Kulbach:…. Black & White|
|4: 42-49||5: 27-34.||14: 32-36.||16: 26-30||17: 52-56.|
Commando Comics, 4, no date: 42.
Commando Comics, 4, no date: 43.
Commando Comics, 14, no date: 33.
Commando Comics, 14, no date: 34.
Commando Comics, 14, no date: 35.