Preview: Aces Weekly Volume 17

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The latest Aces Weekly volume is out on July 6th – here’s a look!

Requiem

Jorge Mongiovi continues his epic space adventure about a boy grown up too soon in the face of disaster, and his battle to survive and help others survive, in Requiem…

Humph

There’s crazy sf comedy from Mychailo Kazybrid and Jesus Barony in the continuation of a strip that began its life in Marvel’s Transformers comic. Does this mean we’re working with Marvel?
No… You’ve heard of Felix The Cat. You’ve heard of Fritz The Cat.
Now meet, Humph The Cat…

moonlight

High art and drama combine in an elegant, intriguing, and beautiful, short story from Swiss-Italian, Cecile Giovannini, with Moonlight Desire…

serpent

Jok and Santullo take us on the second part of their latest trip into a world of mad monsters, wicked witches, and hilarious heroes in their crazy take on Dungeons and Dragons, called
Serpent’s Song…

painting

Ever felt uncomfortable in an art gallery, with all those imposing images of what we’re supposed to look up to, looking down on us?
Then you might understand the protagonist of Carlos Pascoa’s, The Man Who Could Read Paintings…

hats

 

And Andre Oliveira and Ricardo Drumond take us back to a time and a place where many of the old ways of the world were changing in the face of modern thinking. Except for little things like soul-selling… in
Hats…

 

The exclusively onscreen Aces Weekly is tailored to tablet, laptop, desktop – and your smart tv – and is ready to view at the touch of a button, whenever and wherever you’re connected!
We regularly offer up to 200 pages of original serials, short stories and heaps of extras, in seven weekly parts, featuring some of the finest creators on the globe, including :
David Lloyd, John McCrea, Phil Hester, Mark Wheatley, JC Vaughan, Herb Trimpe,
James Hudnall, Val Mayerik, David Hitchcock, Carl Critchlow, Dan Christensen, Dave Hine, Kev Hopgood, Henry Flint, Paul Maybury, Shaky Kane, Yishan Li, Marc Hempel, Kat Layno,
David Leach, Batton Lash, Ben Dickson, Gavin Mitchell, Rachael Smith, Phil Elliott, and Fred Fordham…for just £6.99/$9.99/€7.99 per volume!
Subscribe at www.acesweekly.co.uk and enjoy a weekly trip into
great entertainment with us!
And/or buy any of our great Previous Volumes from 1- 15 via our
website, or via Comixology for Volumes 1-8!


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