Mind the Gap #3 Review

Mind the Gap #3 Review

Written by: Jim McCann
Art & Covers by: Rodin Esquejo and Sonia Oback
Variant Cover by: Skottie Young
Letters by: Dave Lanphear

Reviewed by Talisha Harrison aka Tali Adina

This is a late review and I apologize but life and sickness got in the way.  I haven’t gotten a chance yet to read the first two issues of this series but after reading this issue I’m even more intrigued to do so.

I love a good mystery and Mind the Gap is just that. Trying to find out who done it with just as  many detectives as there are suspects to go around. The mystery continues in this issue, with Ellis trying hard to figure out how to reach out to her best friend who’s back on the side of the living and has had a dream in which she almost reached Ellis. In this issue, we also see more mysterious individuals and receive more clues as to what each character’s motives might be. It’s indeed interesting.

I found the story to be excellent and I like McCann’s approach to storytelling. The art is beautiful and visually stunning.

Buy it. This is a unique take on the mystery genre. It will definitely have readers talking and becoming sleuths in order to find out who done it.

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