Continued from Volume 47...
As Detective Brian Perkins bemoans his lot as a loser in the stakes of romance, his sister, Sarah, suffers, injured and alone, a victim of the mysterious bird creature that stalks the graveyards...
© 2021 David Brana and Olga Carmona
Carlos Pascoa returns to Aces Weekly with a tale of irresistible attraction. But this one's no love story...
© 2021 Script and Art : Carlos Pascoa
After many days of searching, through hardship and adventure, Merlin finally finds his mother... And, after a halting first encounter, he begins to hear her story...
© 2021 Jok and Santullo.
Catch up fully with this great fantasy tale through Volumes 32-38 and 44-48!
The inseparable Mario and Mara are separated... Is the dream over..?
© 2021 Fer Calvi
Throw a mad punk girl from a time gone by into a future where all those little disorders of the past are systematically removed if they can be and what will you get..?
Script : Martin Feekins ; Art : Jim Lavery ; Colour : Owen Watts ; Letters : Bolt-01
© 2021 Martin Feekins and Lim Lavery
New to us here at Aces Weekly? Then please enjoy, for your first time, Gary Whitlock's sf homage to one of the great creations of tv - Sgt Bilko. Don't know it? Google it. You'll enjoy that as much as you'll enjoy this... : )
© 2021 Gary Whitlock.
ACES WEEKLY Volume 49, 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 via the indicated links in the story pages!
And welcome to the first Aces Weekly of 2021! Let's hope we all have a much better year than the one just gone whatever our circumstances! And to note some better things to say about 2020 as our future stretches out, this volume continues the fabulous saga our regular Aces, Jok and Santullo, have made for us to present to you over those days of 2020 : the story of Merlin and Hector. I invited its writer to say something here about it to begin our new year of the new episodes, and to say why he was so attracted by the legend it was inspired by :' The first time I saw John Boorman's film, "Excalibur" as a child, I was fascinated by the Arthurian legend. I explored it so many times as a reader - with Malory, Steinbeck - that the idea of playing with it as an author was an experience I could not pass up. But that all arose at the suggestion of Jok, one of the greatest active Latin American comic book artists, who also loved those same characters from legend, and was especially fascinated by the character of Merlin, whose origin has so many gaps and dark areas in the history of the character that it makes him ideal to play with and rediscover. Thus, together with Jok, I have reinterpreted everything to be found to find on Merlin, and have travelled through his legend with a freedom to be inspired, believing that in our contribution, and with all the love we have for it, that we are humbly adding our grain of sand to the mythology. It is exciting to do, and we thank all the readers of Merlin and Hector - and those of Aces Weekly - for the home you've given it, and for joining us in its story '. Merlin and Hector, and much, much more, is currently in Aces Weekly on every Monday of every week from today, and into 2021. Stick with us, please. And enjoy us. And stay safe! : )
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