Things go from bad to worse...
Words: Erin Keepers. Art: Norrie Millar.
© 2017 Erin Keepers & Norrie Millar.
THE DEVIL'S BREATH
The escape was perfect, but was the prize?
© 2017 Bryan Coyle & Lee Robson.
The stuff of War made in Art...
© 2017 Laura Scarpa.
A strange photograph leads a brother and sister down a dangerous path to supernatural horror in a bright and beautiful depiction of Victorian London...
© 2017 David Brana and Olga Carmona.
The Flight : Part Five
Make room, make room..!
© 2017 Jeff Vaughn and Brendon and Brian Fraim. Catch up in Vols 20,23,25 and 27!
THE BIG HIT : Part V
The story so far... Ednor, Bolgir, Kathya Three-Shots, and the Orc are attempting to purloin a magical object from the guarded castle of a powerful wizard, when their actions are discovered... Now read on...
© 2017 Santullo & Jok.
ACES WEEKLY Volume 29, Week Two!
I was very sorry to miss raising the curtain on our bright, new, Aces Weekly volume last week! It's one of the joys of my job to introduce readers to a new set of stories from our contributors and, very importantly, applaud their skills in doing so! In the regular comics world, it wasn't a common thing for the publisher of comics to give much credit to the creators of their comics until the Sixties, when Stan Lee started naming his creator crew, and complimenting them in his usual jocular manner, ' Jolting Jack Kirby! ' being a particularly memorable example. But that change didn't exactly start a revolution in the rest of the comics industry in the US, or here in the UK. Things changed very slowly. Now, things are very different. The publisher is seen more as a smartly-run ( if so ) conduit for great talent, not the producer of it. I'm very proud to be a conduit for everything you see here at Aces Weekly. And a proud publisher should not outstay his welcome in a curtain-raising introduction by keeping his readers from the people who really matter, who, I am proud to say, are all really fantastic - and jolting! So, enjoy... : )
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