Morning Glories #29 is an excellent comic book that only bares some slight scuffs and bruises as it carries the property forward, toward wherever this saga of life lessons, torture, school and abuse leads our young heroes. Highly recommended. Read Full Review
Although Irina is stopped, Jun (really Hisao) much deal with the death of his brother, Jade is no mood to forgive Ike for threatening her life, and Hunter's weird time reset (and meeting the future Jade) leaves him with several questions, none of which have easy answers. Worth a look. Read Full Review
MORNING GLORIES is an addictive mystery, and it's incredibly easy to get caught up in solving all of the exhaustively-planned threads that Spencer and Eisma have been weaving into the story. The decision of whether to devour each single issue as it's printed or wait for a trade for more digestible answers is a tough one, and both reading styles make sense. Issue #29 delivers some major plot shifts, but because they're ordered in such a complex manner with minimal context, this week's single-vs-trade coinflip lands on the side of trade. Read Full Review
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