Morning Glories #39 once again proves why month-in and month-out that this comic book deserves a spot on your pull-list. Thanks to the quality work and sturdy creative team this comes highly recommended. Read Full Review
At $9.99 for the first book, and between $13 and $15 for subsequent volumes, Morning Glories is a book that isn't terribly pricey to get invested in. I highly recommend checking it out while the number of volumes you'd have to read to understand the current issues are small. Read Full Review
Reintroducing Casey's high school rival Isabel as the class school president and enemy within a school which already has far too many for Casey's liking offers a bit of extra incentive for Hodge to push Casey into the next part of her plan. Running for class president seems like an odd waste of energy in a school like Morning Glory Academy, but the rivalry with Isabel and the access the student president receives force a resentful Casey to reconsider. I wonder if we'll get a debate issue (or what student council debate even looks like at the Academy)? This issue also suggests whatever makes Casey stand-out from the rest of the students, at least to Hodge, is more than we've seen in her time-travel adventure to set things right. Worth a look. Read Full Review
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