The story concerns a young journalist who stumbles onto a big story, involving a commercial flight where everyone aboard lost their memories, everyone that is, but a seven-year-old boy and the missing, 121st passenger, Henry Lyme. Her ensuing journey involves weaponized psychics, hypnotic advertising and seemingly immortal pursuers, as she attempts to find the flight’s missing passenger.
The best thing about Matt Kindt’s “MIND MGMT” is the genuinely engaging and complex plot, filled with unexpected twists and turns. The art may seem a bit strange at first, but once you get into it, you will love those loose watercolours, not every comic book looks this way.
MIND MGMT is perfect read for any fans of “The X-Files” or The “Twilight Zone”, and it would make an amazing movie or television series. Fox already has picked up the movie rights.