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ReMind Hardcover – July 21, 2011
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"A curiously mature and seasoned sensibility. Discover why Jason Brubaker's unique characters will show he's definitely arrived in the field of comics." -- Sam Kieth, The Maxx
"reMIND is just what I was looking for." -- Skottie Young - Multiple Eisner Award Winner
About the Author
Jason Brubaker began his career in graphic novels in 2011 with the Xeric Award winning reMIND which also got on the Great Graphic Novels for Teens list 2012. He works at Dreamworks Animation in Visual Development on many movies including Kung Fu Panda, Kung Fu Panda 2.
For 7 years and change Jeremy Barlow was an associate editor at Dark Horse Comics, now he writes comic books and video games full time. He lives in Portland, OR with his wife and a house full of cats.
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Top Customer Reviews
The story starts with Sonja who lost her cat Victuals in a mysterious bubbling pool of water. Several days later, Victuals came back a talking cat. The story then explores what happened.
It's a nice and unique story, an action adventure mixed with some surprises. The characters are interesting, not just Victuals but also the others which are introduced.
The art is beautiful with a textural feel that's a good match for the story. The composition is fantastic, panels carefully laid out with purpose and that really aids the storytelling.
The book ends with an inspiring look at the process of making the graphic novel as an independent creator.
Also be sure to check out the reMIND website because there are lots of useful information there, like tips on creating graphic novels or promoting your web comic. While you can actually find the graphic novel available as a free web comic there, it's always cool to support artists who create good comics by getting a physical copy.
For those who have been following his work online, you'll probably get an extra sense of appreciation knowing how much effort this book represents.
I enjoy the book very much.
"Also, just so you know, I have been all sold out of reMIND Vol. 1 on Amazon for over a week now. Because of this, there are several computerized stores that are jacking up the price to $200 to $300 for a copy now. I assure you, this is not a good price to pay for the book because I will be reprinting it in several months and selling it again for the cover price. So if you really want a copy, then just join my mailing list and you will be notified when I launch my new Kickstarter (in about 5 months) and you will be able to get the first books off the press."
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Speaking of the Lizard people, the story of this novel was tough for me to get into. I really thought Sonja would be the main character, but this definitely becomes Victuals' story. I think the shortcomings of the characters made this fantastic story hard for me to get immersed in. I think big fantasy stories like this heavily rely on a clear protagonist to guide the reader, and I feel like I got left behind here. Obviously, other readers were very engrossed in the story and characters, so you should definitely give it a shot if reMIND interests you. Overall, I think Brubaker has a lot to offer as reMIND vol.1 was obviously a very lengthy, intimate and hard won project to achieve. While reMIND was a miss for me, I'm definitely interested in whatever else he has to offer graphic novels.
There is a different feel to this graphic novel. Physically this is different to other hard copies I have. The paper quality and colours are excellent, the book itself is very nicely put together and I am very happy with it.
As for the story, wow! So different from my usual fare. It starts with a girl on an island who loses her cat and just goes to places that are totally unexpected. Each chapter explores those plot twists and the story gets more bizarre, but maintains internal logic and consistency. Its a great meandering ride with good pacing and after finishing the book, I immediately ordered volume 2 to get to the end of the story. Certainly a book I will revisit a lot, for the story and for the fascinating story behind the creation of this novel.