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Freemind #7

Writer: David Michelinie, Bob Layton Artist: Bob Hall Publisher: Future Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jul 19, 2003

    When we come to the gist of the plot, memories of the Puma Man resurface as the Stephen Hawking Type Assumes his Android form and takes a formerly horribly dressed security operative for float over a fence. Even the scenes of battle lack energy. The cleverest thing about this issue is its title. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 30, 2003

    The material is perfectly fine if you aren't really looking for the stories to challenge one's intellect, as there's very few plot twists, and the plot itself is incredibly straightforward in its presentation. The hero is given an opening scene where it's clear he's using his technology to advance the interests of the human race, and then a plot thread from a previous issue steps forward, which has our hero investigating a mysterious warehouse late at night where he finds a wealth of deadly traps, and heavily armed goons. Then there's a subplot in which a trusted employee of our hero manages to get herself in deep financial trouble, and a character who we know is a villain steps forward to lend a helping hand. There's nothing wrong with this book, but it is so utterly conventional in its presentation of its plots, that frankly there's very little to get excited about either. I guess what I'm trying to say here if that I feel this series is playing it too safe, and as such it hasn't rea Read Full Review

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