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Mutually Assured Destruction. Nick Spencer raises more questions by going into detail about the machine in the basement.

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3.67 stars 3.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews

This Will Be the Last Issue of Morning Glories I Read 0

Unless I hear through the Comic Vine grapevine that this series gets way good at some point (by reviewers I actually trust), this will be the last issue of Morning Glories I ever read. Why?Because this series is just like a Soap Opera. Seriously. Every character is gorgeous or handsome. (And while we're on the subject - why is it that although only 2% of the population is redheaded, every third character in this series is a redhead?) Every character has hidden secrets. And the plotlines drag on ...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Morning Glories #6 0

This issue kicks off the series second arc with the introduction of a new character and a big reveal  The Good The Art team continues to smash it out of the park, especially Esquejo with this month's cover.    As the art team keeps things visually smooth, so does Mr. Spencer on the literary end. In this issue we are introduced to Julie Hayes, a scientific prodigy with a checkered past. Julie is a woman on the run who finds herself approached by the mysterious Dr. Ellsworth while on the lamb in L...

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