Out Today – Harriet’s War

I have a new comic out today!

Harriet’s War is part of Commando‘s Armistice celebration, marking 100 years since the end of the First World War. The story of an ambulance driver on the Western Front, it’s a story I was really excited to write, not least because it covers the under-represented role of women in the war.

You can get Harriet’s War from newsagents in the UK and in digital form around the world via Comixology. If you want to read more about it, check out my post from Monday. And if you enjoy it, please let me know – it’s always nice to hear when people like your work.

 

Cover image © DC Thomson and Co. Ltd  2018


2 Responses to Out Today – Harriet’s War

  1. Much as I hate to contradict you, I bought and read it on my Kindle yesterday 🙂

    I really enjoyed it. It managed to be just what I expect from a Commando comic, despite having a female protagonist, which would never have happened when I was reading them in the 1970s.

    • Really glad you enjoyed it 🙂 It’s also nice to see that Harry has a prominent place in Tommy’s War, the last comic in this series. I read it yesterday and it’s definitely a fitting finale.

      I’m not sure why Commando comes out electronically on Wednesday when it hits the shelves on Thursday. I suspect it might be to do with hitting Comixology along with the American releases, to get the attention of more readers. Either way, I enjoy reading them a day early.