Fans of David Lloyd’s multi-award-winning web comic and weekly comic art anthology are in for a treat this week with the debut of Aves Weekly volume 18. With it’s usual mix of the best talent from around the globe, we’ve got an exclusive first look at this month’s episodes with comments from the publisher himself. Aces Weekly volume 18 will be available from September 7th at www.acesweekly.co.uk.
Featuring in Aces Weekly volume 18 we have…
“An idyllic setting in the countryside… peaceful and quiet… seemingly… Martin Hayes and Chris Askham reveal the reality in Older Than The Hills… Mychailo Kazybrid and Jesus Barony give us another helping of painful puns on a far-distant planet – for the last time, wepromise – in Humph The Cat… ￼￼￼Emma Chinnery returns to us with a topical tale of a future formed of fear and fanaticism in the thought-provoking and remarkably- rendered, Last Thursday…Keith Kopnicki and Fred Fordham – who debuted spectacularly in Aces Weekly Volume 11 – bring us a short story about a retired professional reflecting on an eventful past in Not Dead, Only Dreaming… Our favourite mad monster-hunters are back in another tale from the casebook of Bambos Georgiou and Mychailo Kazybrid’s, Doctor Queer, in… Pigeons From Hull… And in the depths of intergalactic space, Tom and his friends continue their search for salvation as a new threat appears to menace them, in Jorge Mongiovi’s, Requiem…”
“PLUS – in a deadly double-dose – the welcome, rousing, roaring, return of David Leach’s, fearsome and fantastic Psycho Gran… AND more from the world of swords and sorcery created by Jok and Santullo, where magic and monsters are just good for a laugh, in Dungeons And Burglars, Chapter Ten!”