Preview: Aces Weekly Volume 32

Coming soon, the latest volume of Aces Weekly the digital anthology comic – here’s what’s inside Volume 32

First up in our Volume 32 line-up is a short teaser from a fantastic series in development from the writer of The Phantom, Philip Madden, and artist, Janusz Ordon, entitled

The Iron Dragon…

An intriguing crime story from Jack Briglio and Sal Donaire, shows us a world in which two separate roads can be followed at the same time by the same person, in

Take 2…

And the absurd and ridiculous intergalactic slapstick created by the disturbed genius Marc Jackson is back to amuse us in

the surreal world of super-novas and nutty aliens that he calls,

Goons Of The Galaxy…

There’s no rest for the wicked in a short from the indefatigable, Marcello Bondi, and artist, Daniele Afferni – who joyfully employs here one the most expressive and liberated styles I’ve seen used in the cause of comics art – in


And the thought-provoking multi-parter from Jeff Vaughn and Brendon and Brian Fraim that’s all about how the old habits, hostilities, and obsessions of the inhabitants of Earth get transplanted into space like an infectious fungus, concludes in

The Flight…

The fabulous fantasy landscape of our most constant sorcerers of storytelling – Jok and Santullo – transforms from the continuing misadventures of Bolgir and Ednor into territory that’s familiar to hundreds of thousands of readers across the planet, in

Merlin And Hector : Excalibur…

And, in a not -too-distant future, forces of oppression will stop at nothing to defeat dissent in a new story from one of our regular Aces, Martin Hayes, and artist, Hugo Hughes Doherty, in

Don’t Feed The Pigeons…

Plus the sf saga created by the excellent Chris Geary in his usual uncompromising manner, reaches its finale, and we bid adieu to a space adventurer of very few words but very much action,


Aces Weekly is a non-paper ( we just don’t need it ) comic art magazine of up to 200 pages that is exclusively designed for tablet, laptop, desktop, and smart tv, and goes directly to subscribers for just £1 per week, in any currency!


Freedom from the unnecessary expenditure of print, distribution and retail, means we can publish at a lower cost, charge less for our product than a paper equivalent, and give a much greater percentage of income from our sales to our creators than a paper product of equal content.


Whenever and wherever you’re connected, we’re at your service at the touch of a button, with original serials, short stories, and heaps of Extras, from the planet’s top talent!

Contributors thus far include some of the most well-known names in comics creativity, including…


David Lloyd, John McCrea, Phil Hester, Mark Wheatley, JC Vaughan, Herb Trimpe, James Hudnall, Val Mayerik, David Hitchcock, Dan Christensen, Dave Hine, Henry Flint, Paul Maybury, Shaky Kane, Yishan Li, Marc Hempel, David Leach, Batton Lash, Rachael Smith, Phil Elliott, Fred Fordham, Jeff Anderson, and Dylan Teague.

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

And/or buy any of our massive Previous Volumes via our website, or at Comixology for Volumes 1-18!

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