Freemind #6

Writer: David Michelinie, Bob Layton Artist: Ron Frenz Publisher: Future Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 16, 2003

    A highly entertaining issue that more than made up for what I found to be a rather weak previous issue, as this issue offers up a fairly intriguing villain with a solid gimmick, and the final encounter with our hero is a very sound bit of action. This issue is a very strong done in one adventure, as while the villain does escape, one does get the sense that his actions have been foiled, and that our hero has won this battle. This issue also offers up a pretty solid look at the basic premise of the book, as we not only get a good look at not only what our hero is capable of, but I fully expect that one would have very little trouble understanding this issue, even if one entered it completely cold. Now the middle section has a rather weak moment where the villain suddenly decides to make it easier for our heroes to figure out his game, but overall this was a very enjoyable reading experience. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jun 15, 2003

    I haven't felt such ambivalence toward a title in years. I can feel a passionate loathing for Hawkman and gush over the latest Batman Adventures. Freemind is the epitome of ennui. Read Full Review

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