While this issue is a little lighter on the mysterious and mystical intruige, it holds up it's strong tradition of thickening the plot without resolving anything, or even answering any questions. Morning Glories is one of the few series in the market that can make everything so complicated, so vague and nebulous, that it should be frustrating to read, but instead we are simply more entertained and willing to dive deeper and wait a little longer for the explanation. I have read every issue so far, and I can honestly say, next month can't come fast enough. Read Full Review
Artist Joe Eisma doesn't skimp on the violence of Gribbs' brutal attack on the campus' smart ass (which is more than a little difficult to watch), but he and writer Nick Spencer do offer a surprise with the unexpected return of one of Abraham's new companions. How exactly she survived the events of Wood Run (or is this a version of Zoe before those events?) has yet to be established, but obviously she still has a role to play. Worth a look. Read Full Review
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