Written by Adam P Knave & D J Kirkbridge, Amelia Cole manages to give you a good introduction into the world(s) involved and kick starting a longer story.
Amelia Cole lives in two worlds — literally. One runs on magic, the other built on technology. When the barriers between those worlds start to break down, Amelia and her aunt Dani must take extreme action. It’s the start of whole new world in adventure, magic, and excitement as Amelia Cole steps forward to do what she knows it right, even when the consequences might be wrong.
The cross between the magic and ‘real’ world seems very slight at first, but we soon get a good look at what the differences are. We get a look at Amelia Cole and what her thoughts and feelings are – and a shocking reveal. Smoothly rounded off to a cliffhanger ending which can cover the whole story while still allowing smaller arcs to carry on around it.
Nick Brokenshire does a nice job with the art, there are some good facial expressions which convey the feelings of the people involved.
Rounded off which some good lettering from Dylan Todd, which helps move things along!
A nice start to a new title.