Once again this series manages to warp the minds of the readers by giving them more to think about and to ponder while also trying to keep the intricate story straight. There is always something more going on with the stories dealing the academy, and while the focus here is mainly away from the academy, it is likely to have a direct effect on it in the immediate future. The most obvious plot point which everyone want to see resolved is the one with Casey running for class president so that she can save Jade, but the creative team seems happy to get to that when they feel they are ready. Until then the series continues to both astound and confuse, and maintains the interest that many have in the series. Read Full Review
The structure of the last few arcs has been interesting. Nick Spencer is somehow managing to focus on only one or two characters every issue while still pushing the story forward. It's not as fast-paced as some would like, but still makes for great character development and is a solid read. Read Full Review
Mr. N tells Irina that kings and prophets once worshiped her, and Spencer and Eisma make the case for worthiness to readers as well. Irina is one of the few characters in Morning Glories that is both confident and capable ofdoing exactly what she wants, and she will no doubt be a reckoning force as the series goes on. Read Full Review
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