Morning Glories #28 is a superb piece of fiction that continues to sell more than enough to keep me enthralled in this expanding but strangely less confusing puzzle. Highly recommended. Read Full Review
What works best about the comic is how it rewards its readers. This series requires a serious investment, so a quick read doesn't do the comic justice as small details are often missed for bigger picture items. But an issue like this one shows that every detail is important, further proves how impressive Nick Spencer is as a writer, and goes to show how good a series like Morning Glories is. Read Full Review
Although the there isn't much time covered over the course of this issue there's quite a bit going on including philosophical and religious discussions about what one is owed and what one is willing to sacrifice for what they believe is right. There's plenty of obscure symbolism as well with the scripture on Mrs. Clarkson's radio, the robed figures in Hunter's dreams as well as references and people we have seen before in his flashes as well as similar flashes of various characters and events from issue #13 when Casey gets close enough to touch the Cylinder. What does it all mean? The comic even has an answer for that, but some readers may not like it. Worth a look. Read Full Review
After this issue, I have a feeling things are going to be very different for the students and teachers at Morning Glories Academy, and while it's not a good place to jump on, this is still a fantastic supernatural mystery series that should be read by everyone! Well so long as you don't mind a lot of questions with no answers. Read Full Review
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