Here comes trouble...
© 2021 Jok and Santullo.
Come back for more of Merlin and Hector in our next volume, and catch up fully with this great fantasy tale through Volumes 32-38 and 44-48!
The end or the beginning..?
© 2021 Jim Lavery and Martin Feekins
Sarah recovers as the bird takes flight...
© 2021 David Brana and Olga Carmona
And just as they were loading the silver bullets...
© 2021 Gary Whitlock
© 2021 Carlos Pascoa
© 2021 Fer Calvi
ACES WEEKLY Volume 49, Week Seven!
Friends, I'd guess that among all the consumers of the varying entertainments around us, comic readers rank as being more aware than most of how a comic is made. Once upon a time, when the casual-reader market of comics was bigger, this was not the case. But, from the time they became collectibles at dedicated stores, and then became as prized for their creators as the characters they featured, readers wanted to know more of exactly how they were made. That thought was front of my brain a week back when I was about to describe one of the art giveaways that you all know are regular occurences of our prize draws. For detailing the latest piece of art, I was going to say, ' For those of you puzzled by those little crosses that look like flies around the sitter, this is what they are... ', but then I thought to myself, I bet they all know what those little crosses are and they'll think, ' I know that! Whaddya think? We don't know that? '. I am continuously assured in many ways that we have the smartest, most-clued-in, most-discriminating, and knowledgeable readers in comics here at Aces Weekly, so I'm glad to tell you that I managed to avoid the implication that things might be otherwise... : ) Please enjoy this last fabulous week of Aces Weekly Volume 49. Next time on Aces Weekly : the big Five-O! Keep staying safe!
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