Amelia Cole and the Unknown World 4 Review

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Amelia Cole and the Unknown World #4 Review Short Version: I continue to thoroughly enjoy Amelia Cole and the Unknown World. It’s a well-paced comic with an interesting protagonist. In this issue we learn more about the Protector, who might not just be the hand of the corrupt government that we had been led to believe. 

Amelia Cole and the Unknown World #4 Writers: D.J. Kirkbride and Adam P. Knave

Amelia Cole and the Unknown World #4 Artist: Nick Brokenshire

Amelia Cole and the Unknown World #4 Review

Amelia Cole and the Unknown World #4 finds the series having properly found its footing and its place as one of the best books in the Monkeybrain library month after month. Amelia has developed into a likable character, the sort of person who is believable when she is doing what is right, but not above complaining about what a pain it is. The world in Amelia Cole has a ton of life as well, with Brokenshire’s detailed art really bringing the whole thing to life quite nicely. In Amelia Cole and the Unknown World #4 we also get to see some of the shades of gray, as it looks like the Protector may not be exactly what we thought he was (hinted at before some, admittedly) in a world where those with magic are not allowed to use it to protect those without. It seems that some of the people in the third world are less than happy with the state of affairs, and I look forward to potentially seeing Amelia as the unwitting leader of a revolutionary force of sorts to overthrow the rather unjust government. It’s a story that is developing nicely with a likable cast of characters. Just good stuff.

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Michael is an enthusiast about a lot of things, including indie games, roleplaying games, board games, and comic books that wanted to help create a place where he could bring things to the attention of those with similar interests. Futile Position is a true labor of labor, which he hopes continues to grow through the support of the great readers who have come upon this page.

07. November 2012 by Michael
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