This issue may not be as thrilling or in your face as the last issue, but it does set up the story to head in an interesting direction and as always Kindt sprinkles in little details that you either catch or you don't. As always this is not a series to miss. Read Full Review
Mind MGMT #25 is bold in recognizing its protagonist's weaknesses, and exciting in what it may lead to, if a little uneventful otherwise. Kindt's unique art style is just as adept at telling his story as ever, and even offers a few particularly impressive spreads. Like any book worth it's pulp, it leaves you wanting more. Read Full Review
That's the beautiful thing about "Mind MGMT," even the wind up/wind down/filler-y issues are still wonderful to look at and offer a little narrative meat to chew on. This month's Mind MGMT Memo involved the Perriers writing young adult fiction that subconsciously taught the readers lethal martial arts and self-defense maneuvers so that should prove important somewhere down the line. Read Full Review
Starts with a nice recap of the story and then continues the story of how things have become so tragic and out of control. It may not be the most interesting or action packed issue but it does a good job of forwarding the story.