Preview: Aces Weekly Volume 35

Here’s what’s inside the upcoming Aces Weekly Volume 35 – see more here: and

In Volume 35, the story of Merlin in his early days continues. Will the young magician stay as sharp as the precious sword that’s been entrusted to him and deliver Excalibur to where it should rightfully be?  Jok and Santullo will let us know in Merlin and Hector : Excalibur…

John Short and Andrew Richmond, take us into a world where archaeology means digging to a very much deeper level than just below the surface of the earth, in Sebastian Darc…

And Marcello Bondi, Andrea Gallo Lassere, and Daniele Afferni, take us beyond a doctor’s diagnosis to a special world of experience where nothing is quite what it seems in A Serious Illness…

Gary Whitlock brings back the craziest and most unreliable con- artist in the galaxy with more of his mad plans to score large in Drell’s Marauders…

And Olga Caroma Peral and David Brana return with another instalment of the elegant psychological mystery series, Lady Enigma…

There is a superb new sf strip from the creative brain of Josh Spiller – who brought you Symbolism Rewired – and fantastic artist, Dave Thomson, about a search across worlds for a robot with too much to think for itself, in Time Fracture…

Plus, Ryan Taylor’s unique creation – the little girl with the big imagination – returns in another inspired adventure in, Grace’s Imaginary Menagerie…

And we are proud to present once more the silver surfer created by David Leach – the nemesis of any underwater predator daring to knock her off her board… I think you may know who I mean… Psycho Gran…

Aces Weekly is a non-paper ( we just don’t need it ) comic art magazine of up to 150 pages , which is exclusively designed for tablet, laptop, desktop, and smart tv, and goes directly to subscribers in 7 weekly parts 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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