Mind Management Issue 28 Review

  The line work is very strong and just the right amount of sharp on the angles. Each panel's artwork has the same kinetic energy. Said energy, plus the relatively small word count, allows for a nicely paced story. Additionally the story and art are helped by Matt Kindt's singular creative voice. Speaking of voices each character seems unique and feels fully realized. This includes the ones without dialogue that could be considered gag characters. Finally I feel this issue could be given to non-comic readers who are looking to try out a comic.

   My verdict: Recommended for fans and non-fans.


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