War Picture Library: Battle Stations
Hugo Pratt is
one of the greatest comics artists of all time.
The Italian master’s
distinctive lines and storytelling finesse made him a legend, and yet his work
on British war comics has largely been forgotten. No longer.
Here, restored and
presented in a stunning new edition, is Battle Stations - a tale of stark
terror and war at sea that first appeared in War Picture Library in 1963. It
follows three survivors of a Nazi naval attack as they seek their revenge on a
deadly U-Boat – no matter the cost.
Brutal, bloody and grimly heroic, Battle
Stations could only be the work of the maestro himself, and marks the beginning
of the Treasury of British Comics’ mission to return Pratt’s magnificent UK
work to print.