Finally – You best be reading the ‘Triple Indemnity' narrative at the end of the main story. I have a strong feeling that what Dali has set up for that film, will have significant impact on Meru and crew… Read Full Review
We're nearly to the end of the series and if I'm honest I kind of didn't want to review the end of Mind MGMT. Sure it's nice to have others read my thoughts on the issue, but more than anything I'm just enjoying this series as a fan. I'm just so used to talking about it in review format that I couldn't help but jump back on. If you haven't been reading Mind MGMT at this point I just feel sorry for you. This is the book to beat each month and so far no one's come close. Even though it's not done yet I'm already missing it. Read Full Review
While in the simplest terms this issue merely reinforces the fact that the Eraser and the new Mind MGMT are not to be trifled with, it marks an effective point for the beginning of the final arc. Duncan and Perrier's efforts are compelling, and even tragic, making for a true low point from which they, Lyme, Meru and the others can climb out of for the conclusion to this endlessly engaging series. Read Full Review
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