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Aces Weekly – The Worlds Greatest Digital Comic Art Magazine
November 5, 2014 By Holly Clarkson
Steve’s given me the chance to tell you about Aces Weekly here – the exclusively onscreen comic art magazine I’m publishing.
Hopefully, you know me from V for Vendetta, a little thing I cooked up with a guy called Alan Moore. One of the reasons that came out so well is because beyond the basic brief given us of a ‘ masked vigilante story ‘, we had the freedom to do what we wanted – and that was the first time we’d both been able to approach mainstream work under such circumstances!
Aces Weekly employs a policy of total creator freedom, too – because I know how good it felt to have it, and because I know it’s the best way to reach the heart of what any artist or writer wants to say, as well as the key that unlocks their best efforts to express and entertain.
We’re up to thirteen 200-page digital volumes of Aces Weekly now, partly due to that complete freedom we offer to a mix of industry greats and great newcomers, in a regular weekly anthology of serials and shorts that cover every genre and then some. You can subscribe to it and get it coming at you with every week’s fresh episodes on any connected device from a tablet to a desktop ; and/or you can buy our back volumes from 1 to 12 – all bumper seven-week collections of stories from names like Herb Trimpe, Dave Hine, John McCrea, Dan Christensen, Mark Wheatley, and yours truly, too – for a very low price that’s only possible because we don’t use print. We use the best and widest means of distribution ever created by Man – cyberspace – to put great comic art on screen not on paper! It’s as simple as that.
Try us : )
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