by Gary Allen
Mind The Gap had a great storyline. I was impressed that they focused more on normal life with normal people with just a hint of the supernatural. The art was intriguing, especially in how the faces are portrayed. I especially like how the story puts you into the present but flushes out the past with multiple flashbacks. It is an excellent drama of betrayal and struggle; the only drawback was in the very beginning where the author gives a character index that reveals too much information about the characters. The story develops them great in itself. The index reduces what should be a, “Whoah! So that’s what that means!” ending. Overall the story is great though.I look forward to reading the next one.