We're very happy to have the amazing little girl with the extraordinary imagination back with us again...
© 2018 Ryan Taylor
MERLIN AND HECTOR : Excalibur - Chapter 4
We've all done it... You go away and forget you've left the heating on...
© 2018 Jok and Santullo.
The elegant mystery drama returns, to reveal more of the history behind the strangely gifted, Sarah Perkins...
© 2018 David Brana and Olga Carmona Peral.
Drell gets the job of looking after a real Miss Universe contest... What could possibly go wrong..?
© 2018 Gary Whitlock
When you dig into the past, you can never be sure what you'll find... But Sebastian Darc has a better idea than most...
Script : John A. Short. Art : Andrew Richmond.
© 2018 John A Short & Andrew Richmond
What’s in the bag? Is it Orissa’s conscience? A dark secret? Or a furry excitable creature called Piedmont? Only one way to solve this conundrum - read on!
Script : Josh Spiller. Art : Dave Thomson
© 2018 Josh Spiller and Dave Thomson
ACES WEEKLY Volume 35, Week One!
I just heard from a friend of mine who reviews movies for a living that he'd just seen one of the classics of cinema for the first time. There's nothing particularly strange about this unless you judge that understanding the value of a craft demands knowledge of all the finest examples of it as an essential grounding, which is doesn't necessarily. But it's a different matter in the practise of a craft. There's an essential value in knowing where that craft has gone and prospered and done its best, because that makes the benchmarks we all have to recognise and respect and look to as examples of what we can aspire to. We have to know them and try to equal their quality - though not their identity - in everything we do. When I see all the varying kinds of work that our great Aces are producing in Aces Weekly, it's obvious to me that they're all staring hard at those benchmarks. I'm certain you'll see every one of them all carving out their own in the future... : )
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