RICH REVIEW: Under York # 1

Title: Under York # 1
Publisher: Image Comics
Story: Sylvain Runberg
Art: Mirka Andolfo
Inks: Carmelo Zagaria
Colors: Piky Hamilton
Lettering: Fabio Amelia
Covers: Mirka Andolfo
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: The first couple of pages set the mood and give you an idea of what this comic book is about.
Allison is working at Sloppy’s and she is also an artist. She is a cute girl with a fear of the subway underground or rather what’s in it. She has an art show which she is nervous about. Her art has something different about it.
Meanwhile on a rooftop something weird and magical is happening.
A demon is loose and the heads of all the different groups have gathered to get Allison to help with it. Six families of magic exist in Under York and now it is all up to Allison to save the upper world and keep peace between humans and sorcerers. Everything is dumped on Allison’s shoulders.
Allison has a friend who is good for comedic relief.
The way magic users have created a separate city below New York is done in a way that makes you think it is possible. As you read this you might find yourself believing magic could be real.
The art is nice showing the home of the magical families. The illustrations anytime magic is used are eye-catching. It will put you under a spell.

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