reMIND Vol. 1-2 review

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So a couple days ago I posted that I’ve never really read a whole series from beginning to end. I can add this one to the list. Without spoiling anything, this short series compiled in 2 books has some really good elements in it: Mystery, revenge, talking animals and cliffhangers.

A talking cat using a robotic suit with an attached grappling hook. What else do I need to tell you?

A talking cat using a robotic suit with an attached grappling hook. What else do I need to tell you?

These 2 volumes were really hard to put down once I started reading them, because it does what a well written story is supposed to do: Reel you in, keep you engaged in the story and follow it through. Granted, the story feels short once you finish reading it, but you don’t feel cheated because it ends well and leaves you satisfied with what you just sat through. The art style definitely feels “comicish,” but different in it’s own way with it’s own simple and unique style.

The artist has his own website and has even been nice enough to let people read this story online for FREE! Albeit it’s not complete just yet, according to the website they update every Monday so it’ll be completed soon. If that’s not your thing, you could just buy it if you’re impatient. Either way this is a story well worth spending time reading.

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What do you say to describe a guy who only sleeps 4 days out of the week? Probably a lot but if you ever see an obscure story about some kind of food product, indie game or something that doesn't quite fit on this site, you can (almost) guarantee this guy wrote it. Whether or not he was awake while it was written is anybody's guess.