MIND THE GAP #2

Last issue’s THREE cliffhangers are answered here, leading to even more questions surrounding the attack on Elle Peterssen. A new person is introduced, but are they friend or foe? And Elle quickly finds that the situation she is in has rapidly gone from a 10 to 10,000!

The anxiously awaited ongoing mystery deepens as the web of suspects and lies spreads.

Story by Jim McCann
Art by Rodin Esquejo
Colors by Sonia Oback
Letters by Dave Lanphear
Cover by Rodin Esquejo, Sonia Oback, & Francesco Francavilla

Price: $2.99
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  1. MadCowDzz (@DarylFritz) says:

    It’s been practically two months; let’s hope it was worth it!

  2. Didn’t love the “cliffhanger” at the end of issue one but loved everything up until that point so I’m buying this one. Is this a mini or an ongoing?

  3. Supposedly ongoing. The problem I have with this book is, you have to pay REAL close attention to detail, and for a monthly book, its hard to remember/keep track of what happened last. I feel this needs to be read as a trade to truly appreciate it?

  4. I still think the title is dirty.

  5. MIND THE GAP #2 (the corrected version) is FINALLY out this week. Sorry for the wait, folks! For those who didn’t know, it was supposed to come out at the beginning of the month, but there was a printing error that caused the run of issue 2 to be pulped (somehow a few West Coast stores got them), and bumped to the end of the week.

    Personally I think it’s worth it… 😉

    • Midtown Comics shipped one to me and I’d have to agree that it is worth it.
      I like the fact that I want to re-read the issues over and over again
      I especially looked at that one page for quite some time.
      If it’s true about the clues, I think I’ll need to get the
      corrected version to look at those pages again.
      Thanks to Jim, Rodin and Sonia!

    • What was the error? I got a copy. Should I turn it in?

    • Ya i got this last week to. I can’t see any printing errors other than a dark panel or two. nothing major. Glad it got recalled though, could add some extra value to this one!

    • p19 or thereabouts had a dark page.

  6. Idk if i should pick this up. I mean I picked up a copy with the supposed printing error earlier and it’s not like it hindered the issue or anything.

  7. This was probably one of the best new #1s I’ve read this year. Really intrigued to see where this goes.

  8. i got mine from DCBS two weeks ago, and have been waiting patiently to put it on my ifanboy pull list and give it five stars. i didn’t even know it had been delayed, just thought it was a glitch that it was missing on ifanboy. Jim, you’re right, it’s definitely worth the wait!

  9. I got one of the mis-printed issues, and it’s definitely worth it. Get it, ya’ll!

    @saiyanzzrage, I do agree with you there. I can see myself already forgetting things a few issues from now, and with limited storage space, it’s not so easy for me to whip out back-issues to look at.

  10. I love the fact that this is a real whodunnit. I have never read a non-golden age comic that is a true whodunnit!
    Moreover, I always thought that Esquijo was strictly a cover artist. What a treat his art is. It’s like having Glenn Fabry illustrating Preacher. There’s value here folks!

  11. Did anyone who read the first issue think that Bobby, the ghost dude, was one of the most unlikeable characters to debut in years? For some reason, I couldn’t stand him, I just wanted him to shut up and go away.

    The art was nice and the double-sized debut issue was very generous, but I just wasn’t hooked by the story and didn’t care by the end. I think Bobby had a lot to do with that, and I think that Jim McCann said he was a late addition to the story. A bad addition, IMO.

  12. I read the first 2 issues of this, and have decided to trade wait this. Too many details and plot points to follow and remember for a monthly, and I think I will enjoy this better when read multiple issues at a time.

  13. This is shaping up to be an excellent series. It reads almost like a TV show, except that I haven’t seen anything this rewarding on TV in many a year. I was really excited by Issue 1 and I’m still excited now that I’ve read the second issue.

    Its a true detective story, where observation and attention-to-detail can not only reward you, but also mislead you. For me, the most impressive thing about this book is the way that Jim McCann has established such a large cast of characters so strongly in just two issues. Most comics deal with a small group of central characters, based around one main protagonist, this book, however, has a massively dysfunctional extended family of potential-killers, all of whom are interesting and suspicious. Its just a great read.

    I hope that still more people pick this up and see what we’re all so excited about.

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