Back Cover SummaryEdit
When Sir Francis Drake sailed into Cadiz harbour and attacked the Spanish fleet they said he had singed the King of Spain's beard.
Now meet Nick Corrigan, who sailed into an enemy-held harbour and burned the black whiskers off Hitler's face . . . and all he had to do it with was the "Nelly" a rusty old minesweeper.
At least that's what she looked like. Pound for pound, though, this vicious little tub was the most heavily armed ship in the Royal Navy.
- Story by - McOwan
- Art by - Sostres
- Cover by - Ken Barr
First published as no 130 in August 1964, reprinted as no 683 in October 1972. Latest printing as no 4760 in November 2014.
Part of "The Gold Collection"