The New York Five

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Dc Comics, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 144 pages
24 Reviews
The long-awaited sequel to THE NEW YORK FOUR! There's nothing more exciting than college life in the big city. But complications can follow you from dark places – and not just from your boring hometown. In THE NEW YORK FIVE, Riley's sister Angie is making a name in the Lower East Side with her new band, and now Riley is the black sheep of the family. Lona's murky past appears to have been hiding an alarming proficiency for stalkerism, and Merissa and Ren will confront uncomfortable situations involving older men. But who is the “five” in THE NEW YORK FIVE? This collection also includes special bonus material!

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Review: The New York Five (New York Four #2)

User Review  - Kate Alleman - Goodreads

The story picks off where New York Four left off, of course. We get more insight into Riley's friends. A new girl, Olive, kind of joins the group, but her role is more of random advice-giver. I liked it a bit better than New York Five, but that was mostly because of the artwork. Read full review

Review: The New York Five (New York Four #2)

User Review  - Steve Wilson - Goodreads

The artwork and the insider details about NYC were the two things I enjoyed most about this short graphic novel. The story lines were engaging enough to keep me reading, yet I did not feel a deep ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Brian Wood is the vice president/director of training and co-owner of eVolve Computer Graphics Training Inc., a Seattle-based company that specializes in providing training in Adobe Creative Suite applications. Their clients include Starbucks Coffee Company, Kraft Foods, Nintendo, XEROX, BowTie Inc./Fancy Publications, and Russell Investment Group, to name a few. Brian has been an Adobe Certified Expert (A.C.E) in InDesign since version 2.0, and is also an Adobe Certified Instructor (A.C.I) in the program.

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