Welcome to ACES WEEKLY Volume 31, Week Five!

For all you Aces Weekly readers intrigued by the combination of 70's British cop shows and horror movies that inspires our fabulous Gentlemen Ghouls strip, here's some trivia for you if you don't know it already.  Wardour Street - depicted in this week's issue - was once the' movie street ' of London : full of film company offices, national and international, in the same way that Fleet Street was once full of newspaper offices.  But, for the same, or similarly unavoidable, economic reasons that drove the newspapers out of Fleet Street, the movie companies eventually left Wardour Street - and mostly without leaving a trace of their presence.  The one exception was the famous horror movie maker, Hammer Films. Their building was called Hammer House, and that name was carved in stone above its entrance, thus making their one-time existence in Wardour Street much more evident than that of their fellow movie producers!  Next time you visit London, try to make sure you pay tribute to some of the golden days of cinema by taking a trip to Wardour Street and taking in the vision of Hammer House.  You might even be tempted to buy some perfume at the same time, because scent is what was being sold in the store occupying its lower floor the last time I saw the building.  Maybe Poison would be an appropriate choice... : )

Remember, we always want to hear from you. Ask questions, talk to us all, post to our blog, and see us over at facebook.com/acesweekly. Or send mail to info@acesweekly.co.uk to see it right here, whatever you want to say!