ACES WEEKLY is an exclusively digital comic art magazine : a weekly anthology of serial episodes and short stories in seven-week volumes, featuring top talent in sequential art. 

We're like the Sunday pages, but delivered to your screen instead of your mailbox. Thrillers, sf, drama, and comedy, in weekly bite-size chunks, looking luminescent and cool on any of your devices, from tablet on up, INCLUDING your smart tv - see great comic art big at last! 



What do you get?

Seven weeks of ACES WEEKLY totalling up to 200 pages with Extras, is yours for JUST £1 a week when you take out an ongoing subscription!  And you can buy any or all of our complete Previous Volumes separately at BUY! Once bought, Aces Weekly is ALWAYS viewable, never out-of-print, never unavailable, wherever, and whenever, you're connected to the web.

Every volume of ACES WEEKLY is packed with terrific comic art and pages of Extras, including character sketches, layouts, scripts and background info.  ACES WEEKLY appears every Monday of every week in 7-week volumes with TWO-WEEK breaks between volumes - that's so we can come up for air!

Subscribe now and your subscription begins with Volume Twenty One, which contains:


  • THE GENTLEMEN GHOULS by Martin Hayes and Alfie Gallagher.
  • DUCKLESS by Marc Jackson.
  • A SIMPLE JOB by Jok and Santullo.
  • WONDERFUL OLD AGE by Petri Hanninen and Jussi Kaakinen.
  • WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME? : by Paul Rainey.
  • MY WAY by Jok and Santullo.
  • DR QUEER by Bambos Georgiou and Mychailo Kazybrid.
  • PSYCHO GRAN by David Leach.
  • COMBAT COLIN by Lew Stringer.


A net connection gets ACES WEEKLY to your tablet, laptop, desktop - or SMART TV! Just use your password to access whichever volume is coming your way via your ongoing subscription, or whichever you've bought as a Previous Volume. 

Take a look at what you can get, and some of what's yet to come, from some video promos here!  Careful, folks - there are flashing images...

Upcoming Creators

Steve Bissette, Dylan Teague, Colleen Doran, Arvell Jones, John Kaiine, Pete Docherty, Shane Oakley, Fumio Obata and Warwick Johnson Cadwell!

The brush logo and Aces Weekly are the Trade Marks of David Lloyd and are the subject of applications and registrations in various countries.

Aces Weekly was founded in 2012 by David Lloyd & Bambos Georgiou.