Back in April we told you about Re-Mind, the graphic novel by Belgian writer Alcante and Italian artist Andrea Mutti, being translated and brought to English-reading audiences in periodical form by Titan Comics’s Statix Press imprint. Now The Beat is proud to present an exclusive preview of the covers and first pages to the translated Re-Mind #1.
Here’s the official description for the first issue:
They say that when you die, your life flashes before your eyes… The FBI have discovered how to make this a reality! When new FBI technology puts his “slacker” son into a coma, Iraq Vet John Geb discovers a secret side to Ethan’s life. The Re-Mind machine can retrieve the vital information locked away in his son’s mind, but will only work on his deathbed; and while Agent McKee is willing to sacrifice Ethan to save millions from a terrorist plot, John has other plans… A perfect blend of Total Recall and Minority Report, filtered through the lens of a post-9/11 world!
In Shops: Aug 22, 2018
Check out the covers by Jason Howard and Andrea Mutti, as well as the credits and first six pages to Re-Mind #1, below, and don’t forget to check back with The Beat all week for more exclusive pre-SDCC Statix Press news.
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