ACES WEEKLY is an exclusively digital-delivery comic art anthology of serials and short stories in seven-part volumes. Drama, SF, thrillers, and humour, in weekly bite-size chunks, looking luminescent and cool on any of your devices, from your tablet on up to your smart tv!

What do you get?

Seven weeks of ACES WEEKLY, totalling up to 200 pages with Extras, is yours for JUST £1 a week, in any currency, when you take out an ongoing subscription! Plus you can buy all of our Previous Volumes separately from BUY! Once bought, Aces Weekly is ALWAYS viewable via your password. It's never out-of-print, and never unavailable, whenever you're connected to the web.

Every volume is packed with terrific comic art and pages of Extras, including character sketches, layouts, scripts and background info.  We appear every Monday of every week of 7, with two-week production breaks between each volume.

Volume 28 is the latest, just-completed, 7-part volume, which is instantly accessible in complete form as soon as you subscribe.  It contains:


  • THRAWN JANET by Robert Louis Stevenson adapted by Stewart Moore.
  • GOONS OF THE GALAXY by Marc Jackson.
  • SYMBOLISM REWIRED by Josh Spiller and Roland Bird.
  • FOUND by Chad Boudreau and Manoel Magalhães. 
  • WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME? by Paul Rainey.
  • ARTHUR KING'S HALF-WORLD WAR by Stephen Baskerville.


Web connection gets ACES WEEKLY to your tablet, laptop, desktop, or SMART TV! Just use your password to access whichever volume is viewable to you during every one of its 7 weekly parts, or whichever you may have bought as a Previous Volume, or acquired via our code cards.

Take a look at what we've done, and what's to come, from these video tasters!  Careful, folks - there are flashing images...

Upcoming Creators

Steve Bissette, Colleen Doran, Arvell Jones, John Kaiine, Pete Doherty, and Shane Oakley!

The brush logo and Aces Weekly are the Trade Marks of David Lloyd and are the subject of applications and registrations in various countries.

Aces Weekly was founded in 2012 by David Lloyd & Bambos Georgiou.