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When the news breaks, someone needs to fix it. That’s where SOPHIE COOPER — redheaded Cuban-American, high school freshman, and intern at Miami’s worst TV news station — comes in.
After her father is wrongfully accused of a crime he didn't commit, fifteen-year-old Sophie Cooper volunteers for an internship at a Miami TV news station. Between logging tapes and fetching coffee, she secretly investigates South Florida’s rampant paranormal activity in order to clear her family’s name — and unwittingly stumbles upon a secret, supernatural conspiracy that threatens the entire world.
About the Author
RICHARD ASHLEY HAMILTON is an award-winning Cuban-American (no, really) screenwriter and author best known for his storytelling across many DreamWorks Animation franchises including How To Train Your Dragon and Guillermo Del Toro’s Tales of Arcadia. He wrote on the Daytime Emmy-winning first season of Dragons: Race to the Edge and the Lumiere award-winning How To Train Your Dragon: Hidden World Tour VR experience.But in his heart, Richard remains a lifelong comic book fan and has created titles for Dark Horse, Aftershock/Seismic Press, Insight Editions, Papercutz, and more. He currently writes two YA graphic novel series, SCOOP and TECTIV, for Mad Cave/Maverick, and his middle-grade horror title, FEARBOOK CLUB, was named a 2022 Junior Library Guild Official Selection.
Richard lives in Glendale, CA, with his wife, their two sons, and a Husky named Lulu.
Joseph Cooper is an American artist originally from Detroit, MI. After getting his start freelancing for local advertising agencies, he attended the prestigious School of Visual Arts in New York City. He’s worked for almost every major American comic book publisher, most notably Marvel, DC, Valiant, Dynamite, and Image. Outside of comics, he was an illustrator at the venerable skateboard company Powell-Peralta for many years. Joe is currently living the good life in sunny Southern California with his wife and son.