Edwin Asevedo’s Sci-Fi Hero “The Ace” Returns for Volume 2

On Sunday, independent comic book creator Edwin Acevedo launched a crowdfunding campaign for The Ace Volume 2, a sci-fi adventure that picks up where the first volume of The Ace left off, where the young hero is targeted by the beautiful-but-dangerous Angelyke.

Written by Acevedo, the main story features illustrations by Ibai Canales (Iron Sights, The Abductables) and colors by Allen Alonzo (Tales of Noveterra), with Alonzo as the artist of the Akula origin story and Sean Sweeney (Oddity) as the artist of The Ace 2 epilogue.

Here’s the brief plot synopsis taken from The Ace Indiegogo campaign page:

The Ace Volume Two is a 32 page comic that continues the adventures of David Diaz, a young man looking for purpose who one day discovers the remains of a shooting star that grants him the ability to transform into an armored being. David must now learn to deal with this armor as he becomes the target of aliens from across the universe who want it for their own personal agendas.

Backers can get either a digital or physical copy of The Ace Volume 2 for $15. If you have more cash to spend, you can also receive the following:

  • Multiple copies of the book
  • Art prints
  • A “slam buddy” toy of Akula the humanoid shark
  • A reprint edition of The Ace Volume 1 if you want to catch up

It is also worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge starting at $10 for those in the United States.

Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit The Ace Volume 2 Indiegogo campaign page here.

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