I know, at least for me, "Mind MGMT Day" stands as the entertainment highlight of the month. All the days in between are simply steps towards next month's issue. What other form of entertainment offers a continual stream of original works of art, unfolding nearly real-time, as the creator puts ink to page (or in this case, eraser to page)? Read Full Review
Mind MGMT #30 breaks from the ongoing narrative of the series in order to take one final look back at one of its most confounding and complex characters. Kindt's continuing experiments within the comics form create another tremendous success. His visual metaphor for the process of memory and the narratives we construct in order to survive not only imparts meaning on the series past, but creates a bold stage for the final six issues to arrive. Read Full Review
Very cool cover and green inner pages but as for the story...sure it really moves things along but for some reason it was so full of info it was a little hit and miss. Overall issue overall but for some reason wasn't the amazing issue it was probably meant to be.