Spotlight on Graphic Novels: Mind the Gap, Vol. 1

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Mind the Gap, volume 1,  follows Elle after she is attacked and in a coma. Her attacker is still on the loose, and coming to kill her. She has to find a way to communicate with the living before her attacker succeeds.

Things I liked:

  • Beautiful artwork, particularly the coloring
  • Fast-paced
  • Features a masked villain, but shows us the (a?) villain after a short enough time that it doesn’t drag the story out
  • Story is relatively cohesive with forming sub-plots

Things I disliked:

  • We learn very little about the characters
  • Character relationships are not fully explored, so there is little emotional draw
  • Some of the stories are pretty predictable

Overall rating: ***

I received a copy of Mind the Gap for free in exchange for an honest review.

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