Mind MGMT #15

Mind MGMT #15

Writer: Matt Kindt Artist: Matt Kindt Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: September 25, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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What happened to Henry Lyme between MIND MGMT's first and second stories? Why is the former loner now assembling a team around himself? Who is out to destroy him? All is revealed in this issue!

  • 10
    Unleash The Fanboy - Charles Joy Sep 24, 2013

    I would easily give this issue a 6 / 5 stars if the rating system allowed -If not solely for the fact that it brilliantly bridged the gaps between so many different past issues – but more than that – it answered countless questions, checked so many boxes, and inspired so much awe. En lieu of a different system, we will all have to settle with a - Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Taylor Lilley Oct 1, 2013

    This issue has a little of everything Mind MGMT offers, from the surreal psychic recurrence of Lyme's confessional, to visceral effects achieved not through gore, but by positioning the "camera" to catch readers in complicity. There are, of course the shorts at front and rear, far superior to recap pages or second features, fleshing out the world of the comic through smaller-scale file entries, like the risibly bad 1900's novelist whose prose killed. Kindt does more to involve the reader with this whimsical monochrome flow-chart riff than Hickman has done with all his Marvel infographics put together. And at the end of it all, that's why this jumping on point opportunity should be seized. Kindt isn't flogging continuity. He's inviting you to the world he's made, offering you a key to the kingdom. Despite the issue number, it's not too late to accept. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Sep 26, 2013

    "MIND MGMT" #15 is another strong issue from a typically strong comic series. Kindt continues to spin a huge and intricate web, and this installment is no exception to that. "Where are we going?" is as much a question as, "Where have we been?" in "MIND MGMT," but the only answer that get for certain is, "A really fun ride." "MIND MGMT" is the kind of conspiracy thriller that I can wholeheartedly buy into. Read Full Review

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