Welcome to ACES WEEKLY Volume 31, Week One!

One of the things new Aces Weekly readers often perceive is that we tend to major on art rather than panel count. This is accidental, mostly arising because most of our Aces are splitting their time between jobs that pioneer - like ours - and others that pay better!  But regardless of the reason for it, the weighted focus on the art of the comic page rather than a pacy narrative can shine a light on an element of comics storytelling that's often underused : the information that can exist solely in the art of the page without any script to accompany it. This use of art as the sole informer is uncomprisingly shown in Chris Geary's, Kora. Chris doesn't use script if he wants the reader to understand the action of his story without it - and we're happy to give him the freedom to test you with that discipline. Chris goes back to the basics of silent movies with Kora, so if you've ever seen any of those you'll know just how to view it.  Watch carefully, and enjoy the ride...  But don't be afraid to tell us if he takes you over too many bumps along the road... : ) 

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