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Amelia Cole and the Unknown World #1 Review

Amelia Cole and the Unknow World #1 Written by Adam P. Knave and D.J. Kirkbride, Illustrated by Nick Brokenshire. Lettered by Rachel Deering Review by Ziah Grace One of the most oft-repeated writing tips is “Show, don’t tell” but Amelia Cole and the Unknown World creates an impressive first issue by doing both in a […]