There are more brains on one side of the door than the other, and I'd guess it's a safe bet where the smallest amount of them is...
© 2017 James Romberger.
Kids love to play in the water, but will this playtime end in tears..?
Words: Erin Keepers. Art: Norrie Millar
© 2017 Erin Keepers & Norrie Millar
Think fast, Kora..!
© 2017 Chris Geary
THE BIG HIT (Part VI)
The only way out is not always a good way out, but it's always better than no way out...
© 2017 Jok and Santullo.
About all those annoying little things that can go wrong on your holiday trip abroad, and how you can imaginatively fix them...
© 2017 Willem Samuel.
MAX MILLION: CHAPTER 3
On a parallel dimension Maximilian Jones boards the express train for Buenos Aires. Any passenger could be a member of Le Bureau Rouge and anyone could try to kill him...
Script: Bambos Art: David Hitchcock Letters: Fernandina Fernando.
©2017 Bambos Georgiou & David Hitchcock.
ACES WEEKLY Volume 30, Week Three!
Many of our Aces from Aces Weekly, plus our masterful Managing Editor, Simon Russell, have just come back from The Lakes International Comic Art Festival in the UK, which is located, appropriately enough, in the Lake District. The Lake District is a beautiful area marred only by the frequent occurences of water from the sky trying very hard to match the amount of it that's on the ground beneath. The Lakes Festival is unlike many other similar events in the UK in having a deliberately very eclectic mix of guests and panels, drawn from a global outreach and covering a very wide range of tastes in comics appreciation. Aces attending were part of this magic mix, too : the unconventional, Mal Earl, was in the same place as the very traditional, Lew Stringer. Marc Jackson ran workshop after workshop for cartoonists of tomorrow. There was chat on the academical aspects of the art form, as well as its long history. And Aces Weekly got itself a mention, too, as a signal to the future.
This recognition by general culture, via The Lakes Festival, of the many possibilities of creativity in comics, is in marked contrast to the limited view of their potential that, for decades, marked the UKs cultural attitude toward them. We can do anything in comics, and weve waited long enough to prove it. Hopefully now we can stop trying to convince everyone... : )
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