Story, art & colours by Alexandre Tefenkgi & Mauricet
Two boyhood friends have always held the same ambition, to go up into space and one day walk upon the moon.
©2012 Alain Mauricet & Alexandre Tefenkgi
Script by Phil Hester
Art by John McCrea
Colours by Matthew Wilson
Letters by Marshall Dillon
As the crew of the Hailstone count their dead, they take stock of the primeval planet on which they have crashlanded. A planet populated by the most fearsome creatures to ever walk the Earth... dinosaurs.
©2012 John McCrea & Phil Hester
By Estéban Hernandez
When your life seems to be out of balance and you can't make any sense of the world you need...harmony.
See more musings from Esteban in Vols 4,10 and 11...
©2012 Estéban Hernandez
By JC Vaughn & Mark Wheatley
Previously in Return Of The Human
The drums of war echo even across the vast reaches of space. A previously un-encountered alien race, the Tothix, laid claim to the Earth and began ruthlessly carving a path through human-dominated systems on their way there. The human race had abandoned Earth and headed for the stars more than one thousand years before. But on Mars, Lt. Alexander Lance McCoy believed it was the duty of the Martian military to defend Earth. Yet, he knew his impact on the debate would be negligible. So he set off to explore the caves at the base of the Southern Highlands. There he discovered an ancient device.
©2012 Mark Wheatley & JC Vaughn
Story by David Jackson
Art by David Lloyd
The story so far.....
Buddy Chaplin just wanted to do his job and to be left alone. He's a night watchman at a Paragon Corporation storehouse, he's not looking for trouble. So why does he agree to help a distraught woman look for her missing husband?
©2012 David Lloyd & David Jackson
Words & Pictures: David Hitchcock
Plot: Kerry Hitchcock
Colours: Matt Soffe
Letters: Marshall Dillon
Temptation festers even amongst the cloud dwellers, and has unleashed the Seraphim who seek to restore balance, but are they too late?
©2012 David Hitchcock
A week, seven days, one hundred and sixty eight hours, a lot can happen in that time - and much more and at a faster rate and in an easier way than ever before as we move further into the 21st century. Without the old tech of the printing press, we can get every week of
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ACES WEEKLY we want to give you the best and the most we can as quickly as we can, and at the best price we can. To do that we've simply side-stepped the outdated methods of production and distribution. Our work goes directly from the creators to the readers, through this simple channel of delivery.
We're taking the next step in comics production to reach out to the wide audience this great medium should speak to. We're just one hundred and sixty hours into that new era, seven days into the next stage of the evolution of comics, one week into the future of comics. Like I said, a lot can happen in that time : )