Yeoman by Chris Geary

Aces Weekly Volume 34 launches, offering a feast of comics talent (and dragons!)

The fab digital anthology Aces Weekly Volume 34 is out now, offering a 150-page plus Summer volume of episodic comics – and it couldn’t be hotter. Just £1 per week, in any currency, gets you this volume, plus all following volumes on an ongoing basis. Check out some preview pages below from creators that includeContinue reading Aces Weekly Volume 34 launches, offering a feast of comics talent (and dragons!)

Iron Dragon © 2018 Philip Madden and Janusz Ordon

Aces Weekly: Now We Are Volume 32

Aces Weekly Volume 32, published by David Lloyd,  is now running. If you’re not yet a subscriber, you can join the digital anthology, as always, for this volume and all coming volumes, for just £1 per week in any currency. In Volume 32, you can enjoy seven weeks of a magic mix from the creativeContinue reading Aces Weekly: Now We Are Volume 32

Aces Weekly Now We Are Five

Aces Weekly: Now We Are Five!

This week marks the beginning of David Lloyd‘s magnificent Aces Weekly‘s sixth year – and sees the launch of Volume 30 of the digital anthology comic, sent to subscribers screens in seven super parts every Monday, with all further volumes rolling right along after. This volume features strips by James Romberger, delivering an accidental thriller set onContinue reading Aces Weekly: Now We Are Five!

FutureQuake Issue 29 - Cover

In Review: FutureQuake Issue 29

The latest issue of FutureQuake – available online and on sale at various comics events across the UK at the publisher’s stand, see their blog for details – is another terrific anthology of stories from the cream of (mainly British) creators. Here’s what’s inside the 96-page issue – yes, 96 pages of comics goodness! – editedContinue reading In Review: FutureQuake Issue 29

Meanwhile... Issue One Cover by Gary Spencer Millidge

In Review – Meanwhile Issue One

Published by Soaring Penguin Press This anthology series has made a return. It’s had a little bit of a rebranding and the first issue offers us some impressive creators and strips. Overall, this first issue offers a mixed bag of stories but with a £4.95 cover price, it’s good value for a 56-page book. I thought I would have aContinue reading In Review – Meanwhile Issue One