Mind the Gap #13

Mind the Gap #13

Writer: Jim McCann Artist: Dan McDaid, Rodin Esquejo Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: August 28, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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"R.I. PETERSSEN," Part One
The race to kill Elle begins here! Min and her lackeys wrestle to control the final fate of Elle, but there are others who may be one step ahead. The only thing that's certain is that Elle must die. As Elle's time as she knows it winds down, learn how it all began, with the flashbacks to the origin of Jairus! Is this the beginning of the end...or just the end of the beginning?

  • 9.6
    Digitl Noob - Russ Pirozek Aug 28, 2013

    The biggest arc yet in the mystery that is Mind The Gap takes a major turn in this issue, just in time for what is going to be a big reveal for the series. While a bit harder to follow, this issue brings new perspective onto what is already an engrossing series, and the dynamic art styles of both the past and the present lend themselves well to the writing. While not as exciting as the last issue (though that's a tough act to follow), some new light on the events at hand and some new questions in the case of Elle Peterssen have been revealed. This is one of the most engaging books in comics at the moment, and with this issue, things just got much more interesting. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The MacGuffin - Matt LeMaire Aug 27, 2013

    As we get deeper and deeper into the mystery at the heart of Mind The Gap, the series only gets more exciting. Where some mysteries may start to peter out or get long in the tooth the further they go, Mind The Gap proves capable of just the opposite. This book is as exciting as it ever was and with the developments of this–another excellent issue, we're left anxiously awaiting the next exciting chapter of this highly-engaging mystery. Yes, Mind The Gap asks a lot of its readers in terms of the depths of its mystery, but those who give it the attention that it deserves will be–and have been–rewarded many times over. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Samantha Roehrig Aug 28, 2013

    Why I am so intrigued by this comic revolves around all the different characters involved. Having this flashback, which I hope continues, just adds more layers onto an aggressively interesting story. We get to see inside each character's actions. It allows for us to get to know these people and find their motives. At the same time I think the writers of this story are only building up some of these characters in order to rip them away from us. This gives the reader a chance to ask themselves why they like and who they like. If I were you I would maybe keep a distance from trusting anyone"even yourself. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Minhquan Nguyen Sep 4, 2013

    The pacing feels a little off and there is the matter of McDaid's art, which feels out of place even by the standards of Mind the Gap's usual guest artists. Still, it's a well-crafted read, and it leaves you with much to think about. Read Full Review

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