Adam P. Knave, D.J. Kirkbride, and Nickolas Brokenshire, the creators behind Amelia Cole, are launching a new book with another young female fantasy protagonist, but this time around, the young woman in question is King Arthur. Sort of. Maybe. In a sense.
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Adam P. Knave, D.J. Kirkbride and Nick Brokenshire's magical adventure story Amelia Cole was on of the pioneering new series when digital-first publisher Monkeybrain Comics launched, and this week sees the end of everything as they release the final issue in the saga. Caught in a war with the fate of three worlds at stake, Amelia has to rely on her friends now more than ever, and this week's finale sends the cast off to their next adventure in the wake of a personal tragedy.
ComicsAlliance caught up with the entire creative team to talk about how they feel saying goodbye to Amelia, how plans changed over the course of nearly half a decade, and how Comixology's shifting platform influenced the shape of the series.
This week on War Rocket Ajax, Adam P. Knave joins the show to talk about the process of co-writing Amelia Cole and the Unknown World for Monkeybrain! Plus, for the first time in ComicsAlliance history, we spend a bunch of time talking about a recipe...