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Once one of Mind Management’s youngest and most unusual agents, Ella the Animal Kid had a crisis of conscience and disappeared for years. Now Meru’s found her, but is it to interview Ella for her book or to make her take a side? And either way, can she escape the jungle alive?

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“MIND MGMT #18″ KINDT ACHIEVES ENDEARING, HUMAN ISSUE WITH ISOLATION 0

Writer: Matt KindtArtist: Matt KindtDark Horse Comics$3.99 I will lay out the gist of it as best as I can:Over the course of the last eighteen issues, Matt Kindt has introduced us to a wide array of Mind MGMT Agents, both American and Russian. The factions have been distinguished, each side bearing their respective past sins. Henry Lyme has, at times, been a bit of a wreck. He has had much to atone for and to varying levels of success. The Eraser, while steadfast in her ideology, has left crate...

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