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Amelia Cole lives in two worlds - literally. One runs on magic; the other is built on technology. When the barriers between both worlds start to break down, Amelia and her Aunt... Read more
Amelia Cole lives in two worlds - literally. One runs on magic; the other is built on technology. When the barriers between both worlds start to break down, Amelia and her Aunt Dani must take extreme action. It's the start of a whole new world in adventure, magic, and excitement as Amelia Cole steps forward to do what she knows is right, even when the consequences might be wrong. Now all six issues of Amelia Cole and the Unknown World - written by Eisner and Harvey award winners Adam P. Knave and D.J. Kirkbride, drawn by Nick Brokenshire, and lettered by Rachel Deering - are collected in print for the first time!
Amelia Cole And The Unknown World Paperback edition by Adam P. Knave
D.J. Kirkbride co-wrote and co-created the acclaimed fantasy adventure series AMELIA COLE, an ongoing series published digitally by Monkeybrain Comics via ComiXology and in print courtesy of IDW Publishing. He wrote the cosmic space opera THE BIGGER BANG and its sequel THE BIGGEST BANG, both from IDW. He also co-wrote the Dark Horse Comics superhero mini-series NEVER ENDING and the DARK HORSE PRESENTS feature "Laser Joan and the Rayguns." Adam P. Knave is an Eisner and Harvey award winning editor and writer who has written fiction (CRAZY LITTLE THINGS, STRANGE ANGEL, and STAYS CRUNCHY IN MILK), comics (AMELIA COLE, ACTION CATS, ARTFUL DAGGERS, THINGS WRONG WITH ME, stories in TITMOUSE MOOK vol 2, FIRESIDE MAGAZINE issue 1, OUTLAW TERRITORY and many more), and columns for sites such as thefoonote, TwoHeadedCat, Comics101, PopCultureShock, Three If By Space, and MamaPop. He was also one of the editors of Image's POPGUN anthology.
Nick Brokenshire is a cartoonist and illustrator from Scotland. He now lives in the north of England with his wife. Nick is the artist for Monkeybrain and IDW's Amelia Cole series. He's currently working on a top secret series for a company that may or may not have a black equine chess piece as their logo... He can often be found playing music in his bands Los Vencidos and Blues Harvest. Two very different rockin' combos. Both lots of fun.
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