Get ready for time travelling adventures in this epic graphic novel as heroic robot soldier Steel Commando battles his way across past, present, and future to stop the forces of evil and save the day!
Created by Professor Brayne, The Steel Commando is a robot created at the height of World War II. Fighting giant bats whilst riding a missile above London the story only gets more awesome from there, with the nefarious Doktor Von Hoffman sending his minions after Professor Brayne's new secret weapon plans! Together with his friends, Ernie and Penny, Steel Commando will have to travel into the future, the past and modern day London, battling the powerful Mark II Robot and the villainous Maxine Von Klorr in order to stop Von Hoffman from winning the war. Heavy metal mayhem awaits!
Part of the Monster Fun Collection, spinning from the pages of the hit UK comic, this brilliant range of books aims to inspire children to love reading through incredible stories and cool characters.
Ned Hartley is an author and comic writer for both adults and children. Ned is the writer of the best-selling Marvel Origins: Spider-Man, the Marvel Museum, the Ladybird Big Book of Dead Things, several Star Wars annuals, Together We Can, the Spider-Man Museum, Great Lives: Albert Einstein, Dark Tales: Hound of the Baskervilles, the Marvel Universe: An Atlas of Marvel, Marvel Heroes and Villains and many more books. Ned writes Bananaman for the Beano every week, and has also written for 2000 AD, Buster, Monster Fun and Wallace and Gromit comic.
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