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It's an explosive confrontation as the Glories attempt to rescue one of their own from the deadly clutches of the Academy. But with their newly formed team already falling apart, they suddenly look like they're in need of rescue themselves!

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Casey steals the show once again 0

Now that Ike has sold out the gang to Miss Daramount, how will the Casey and her friends save Jade, let alone escape Daramount clutches?  Pros: The beginning made me think that Mr. Gribbs was talking to someone different. I won't spoil on who he was talking to, but it's definitely a great setup to what took place in this issue. So...yea, Ike was revealed to be the traitor in the group (Too obvious),  Yeah, he's a real bastard. and the gang is in a difficult position. Casey however, does have ...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

This Issue Was Awesome... Until the End 0

So Morning Glories finally managed to pull off a really cool issue. Both the 'good guys' and the 'bad guys' were clever and had several tricks up their sleeves.Casey, leads an escape attempt, but then is betrayed by Ike. But that's just the beginning. Meanwhile, throughout the story, Mr. Gribbs is lecturing 'toward camera' - in other words, giving us a first person point of view from the perspective of some unknown person (presumably a student), whose identity isn't revealed until the end, which...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Morning Glories #5 0

The first arc of the topnotch series concludes in a most satisfying manner, though no so satisfyingly for Ike...  The Good The cover by Esquejo, as always, is excellent and Sollazzo's vibrant colors really give it a dynamic feel. If you've read my reviews you'll know I'm always a fan of covers reflecting the contents within and this one does so quite effectively.   The issue opens with Mr. Gribbs talking to an unknown student about the purpose, goals, and lofty ideals of the Morning Glory Academ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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