Mind MGMT #10

Mind MGMT #10

Writer: Matt Kindt Artist: Matt Kindt Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: April 24, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 1
8.6Critic Rating
10User Rating

Only the Futurist can help Lyme and Meru find Mind Managements hidden training ground, Shangri-la. But how can they track a man who knows their every move before they do?

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Apr 24, 2013

    I'm very excited about the next issue, but I need time. If you were to tease me with the outcome today I would mentally shut down from over excitement. This is by far one of the best single issues of the entire series and I will not soon forget it. Kindt has raised the bar for himself and the next issue looks to be even better. If you've missed out on this series then start with the trade or better yet the hardcover and get caught up. Trust me when I say this, this is one of the best comics on the market" and no I'm not brainwashed" yet. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Schenker Apr 25, 2013

    The series is consistently solid, one of my favorites each and every issue. It's not too late to get reading and find out what you've been missing. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Tyler Gross May 1, 2013

    No one is paying me to say this, but I'm such a fan of creators making money that I have to plug for a book if I like it. So buy this issue. I'm putting the Official Comics Bulletin Stamp of Approval on this issue, so if you don't like it, we'll refund your purchase. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Melissa Grey Apr 24, 2013

    Kindt's aesthetic is consistent as ever, even if my heart does continue to cry out for a touch more sophistication in the art. The lack of polish is a stylistic choice but one can't help but imagine what the world of Mind MGMT would be if the visuals matched the moody atmospheric tone of the writing. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AiPT! - David Brooke Apr 24, 2013

    It's easy to imagine a world with people who have powers of the mind as a place filled with chaos and destruction. Just open any X-Men book and you can see the terror of such a thing. This series is different however, as it introduces a very realistic world where people do have these powers and they live rather ordinary lives. The fact that they have powers doesn't seem to matter as much as their real life problems and frailties. By focusing on that Kindt has made a resonating work that sets itself apart from most of the books on the shelf. Read Full Review

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