Mind MGMT #2


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Mind MGMT #2


  • Words: Matt Kindt
  • Art: Matt Kindt
  • Colors: Matt Kindt
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
  • Price: $3.99
  • Release Date: Jul 4, 2012

Meru and the CIA are on the run and hot on the trail of Henry Lyme!

The opening pages of Matt Kindt’s superb new series speed into high gear as Meru, a journalist, and Bill, the CIA Agent who’s been following her, try to unravel clues to the whereabouts of one Henry Lyme, the missing passenger on a flight in which everyone on board lost their memories. Followed by a pair of bizarre zombie-like characters, the two of them journey to Zanzibar hoping to make sense out of some clay pots Meru stumbled on in Mexico. As she gets another step closer to uncovering answers from a fellow journalist named Perrier, things take a frightening turn, and before long she and Bill are on the run once more, with a new clue stranger to fathom than the last.

This is certainly another exciting issue of Mind MGMT, filled with beautifully painted watercolor illustrations that edge the story forward from where the last issue left off and keep us wondering what the heck is going on, and, more importantly, what will happen next. The issue comes complete with two companion pieces; the first story, called “The Second Floor,” introduces us to an advertising man named Albert Lasker, who will hopefully be a more integral character to this story, while the final piece, “Two Sisters,” gives us a deeper glimpse into one of the (brief) new characters in Mind MGMT #2. All of this culminates to form a rich 26-page, ad-free graphic experience that is sure to keep you immersed in the world that Kindt is masterminding with every panel.

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