David Lloyd, today the publisher of the award-winning Aces Weekly digital anthology, Has confirmed he will be of of hundreds of comic creators at San Diego Comic-Con – and celebrating the 30th anniversary of the publication of the final issue of the V For Vendetta mini series by DC Comics. Initially published in in blackContinue reading David Lloyd celebrates 30 Years of V for Vendetta finale at San Diego Comic-Con
Aces Weekly Volume 40 offers surprise selection box of the light and the dark, the hard and the soft, and the nutty in one digital anthology, with strips by Jok LP, Rodolfo Santullo, David Leach, Roberto Corroto Cuadrado, Anthony Zicari, Thiva de Souza, Joshua Spiller, Philip Alan Whitmore, Bambos Georgiou, Mychailo Kazybrid, Kishore Mohan, ClaudioContinue reading Does Aces Weekly Volume 40 see the debut of a new heroine – Siriana?
Seeking crowdfunding right now on Indiegogo is a limited edition release of Slash Moron, written, inked and lettered by Bambos Georgiou – a wonderful parody of a certain square-jawed all-action space hero of the 1930s… Bambos, who I’ve known since my days at Marvel UK days (he was my editor on the mini-series, Gene Dogs,Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: The Slash Moron Limited Edition Graphic Novel
Aces Weekly Volume 39, the latest delivery of the long-running digital anthology, is mid-run right now. In the run up to his appearance at Ottawa Comiccon this coming weekend, publisher David Lloyd has been reaffirming his longtime belief in digital comics. After Kenny Penman, publisher of Blank Slate Books, asked David if he’d considered printContinue reading Aces Weekly: Publisher David Lloyd determined to “Keep it Digital”
We’re sorry to report the passing of American comics writer and novelist James Hudnall, who died earlier this week aged 61, a day before his 62nd birthday. He had recently been working on a new episode of the fantasy adventure, Age of Heroes, drawn by John Ridgway, but the script, based on James novel ofContinue reading In Memoriam: Comic Writer James D. Hudnall