THE BIG HIT (Part VII)
Baladir takes out his frustration on his staff...
© 2017 Jok and Santullo.
Mark does his best to keep up. Business as usual.
© 2017 Paul Rainey.
A cabin in the woods... a safe place only in a Hollywood musical...
Script : Roberto Corroto. Art : Ertito Montana.
© 2017 Roberto Corroto and Ertito Montana.
Kora tames a flying dog! Just one more string to add to her unlimited bow of many...
© 2017 Chris Geary.
A grim discovery begins a search for a curious killer...
Script : David Brana. Art : Olga Carmona.
© 2017 David Brana and Olga Carmona.
Stock up on the Mars Bars, George - an' get 'em garlic flavoured!
Script : Martin Hayes. Art : Alfie Gallagher. Letters : Bram Meehan.
© 2017 Martin Hayes and Alfie Gallagher.
ACES WEEKLY Volume 31, Week One! This 7-week volume is now complete, and you can use our exclusive Week2Week facility to read all of its episodic strips from their opening to their finale! Just jump from one week to the next!
One of the things new subscribers to Aces Weekly often perceive is that we tend to major on art rather than panel count. This is accidental, mostly arising because most of our Aces are splitting their time between jobs that are pioneering - like ours - and better-paying, like others! But regardless of the reason for it, the resultant weighted focus on the art on the comic page rather than the pace of the narrative can shine a light on an element of comics storytelling that has often been underused in much comics creation : i.e. the information that can exist in the art for the reader without any script to accompany it. This use of art as the sole informer is most uncomprisingly shown in Chris Geary's, Kora. Chris doesn't use script if he thinks the reader should understand the action of his story without it - and we're happy to give him the freedom to test you with that discipline. Chris goes back to the basics of silent movies with Kora, so if you've ever seen any of those you'll know just how to view it. Watch carefully, and enjoy the ride... But don't be afraid to tell us if he takes you over too many bumps along the way... : )
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