Lorna runs for real, and heads for a safe refuge...
© 2021 Fer Calvi
See all previous episodes in Volumes 44, 45,47,49 and 50!
Space Junk Prt 2 :
Continuing the story from Aces Weekly Volume 49, we rejoin the hapless crew of one of the many wrecked space vehicles that are pulled to the barren surface of a killer planet by an irresistable magnetic field, which, like a flame to a moth, draws passing travellers to their deaths, or to an endless fight for survival...
© 2021 Script and Art : Carlos Pascoa
A matter of time...
© 2021 Alberto Rodriguez and Giovanni Castro
He can slay dragons, but can he slay an audience..?
© 2020 Deivid and Feli White.
See more in Volumes 46 and 48!
Previously on Merlin and Hector :
Having found his mother after a search ending in heartache and frustration, Merlin - the legendary magician of tales told by many over many centuries - searches again, but this time for no ordinary being...
© 2021 Jok and Santullo.
Catch up fully with this great fantasy tale through Volumes 32-38 and 44-50!
With great power comes great responsibility...
© 2021 Federico Zilli
ACES WEEKLY Volume 51, 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!
Friends, the beginning is no place to start with an end, yet here we must in Volume 51 : by paying tribute to the passing of one of our great Aces, who's recently left us. If you'd noted Dave Evans in our pages, you'd have seen him only as Bolt-01 - the name he adopted to produce great lettering on many of our strips from the very beginning of Aces Weekly. Recently, he'd done more under that moniker, becoming an enabler for the creators of the strip, Im/Purity, in Volume 49. Beyond all those things he did with us, Dave had done lots of other terrific stuff in comics for very many years as one of the most passionate promoters of this great artform in all of its most popular forms of expression, via associations with 2000AD and others. We're very glad to have had him on board with us here. And we raise a glass in his memory : )
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