Preview: Aces Weekly – Volume 34

Here’s what’s inside the latest issue of Aces Weekly!

Award-winning Aces Weekly brings you top talent from across the globe in an exclusively online weekly comics magazine from David Lloyd – the guy who brought you V For Vendetta!

Luminous art from Sam Massey graces a story of magic, mysticism and martial arts in old Japan from Anthony Zicari in Ikiryu – The Man Called Ghost…

The great cartoonist, Esteban Hernandez, reflects on a situation we’re all familiar with in a story about standing up for yourself, in, Fight!

And our most constant and constantly creative team of Aces – the amazing Jok and Santullo – are back with more of their witty embellishments to a legend known the world over, in Merlin and Hector – Excalibur…

Plus, Paul Rainey’s radical and biting satirical soap about a mad marriage in suburbia continues supplying answers to the question, Why Don’t You Love Me..?

And Booda takes us into a strange world between the stars, where anything can happen, and maybe will, if you can imagine that anything is possible in the convoluted realms of the brain, in The Boötes Void…

Plus, in Chris Geary’s new 21-page pilot for a series, some dangerous things are trying to get onto the streets of London, and a special soldier is guarding the gates against them – the Yeoman…

Subscribe at www.acesweekly.co.uk for just £1 per week in any currency supported through Paypal to enjoy a weekly trip into great entertainment!

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