Mind MGMT #1 Review
Matt Kindt and Dark Horse bring a compelling espionage thriller in Mind MGMT #1. Meru is a writer investigating unanswered questions regarding the freak Amnesia Flight #815 that she, and 120 other passengers, fell victim to. Many scientific and conspiracy theories have been documented, but Meru has been given a lead about the mysterious 121st passenger, that will take her out of the country and face first into danger.
I’m not familiar with Matt Kindt, but from what I’ve heard, he’s a genius and winner of many prestigious awards. Having never read any of his other works, I can only go off an unbiased opinion concerning his writing and art in Mind MGMT. Impressions? Enjoyable. Mind MGMT #1 is a book that keeps you guessing. You have this yearning desire to read more, to learn more, and to discover more. It’s a certain ability that very good writers can exploit, and Kindt seems to have achieved it. The art style is exactly that, a style. It’s like a sketch and water colors are making love. Not rough hard sex, a sensual soft and loving connection between two consenting adults. It’s quite beautiful really, the thought, not the art.
Mind MGMT #1 is for those who like to explore outside the realm of mainstream comic books and want a compelling mystery that will keep their attention for longer than 15 minutes. It’s an interesting beast with a belly full of storytelling.
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