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Since the detention issue, readers have been asking: What happened to Jun that fateful night he sneaked out of the dorms? And who was that he ran into? The answer to these questions and more in this action-packed, reveal-heavy chapter!

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Who is the real Jun? 0

 Cover I was not so excited for this cover because I never had been curious about Jun. But I really do love the art for this cover. Story The origins of Jun are revealed and the story of his twin brother Hiaso is also revealed. Their mother was killed by the hands of the Morning Glories school because only one could go to the school and the mother would not allow that. The one who was suppose to go was Hiaso but Jun at the last minute switched places with him. Best Part Every single is...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

What happens if we split twins and mess with only one of them? 0

What I love about Morning Glories is the psychological undertones we find in each character and this issues is great because it is a case example how behavior can be changed and a person can be brainwashed.  In the past issue we learned "Jun" has a twin Brother "Hiaso" and I quote the names because Nick Spencer pairs the twins off like Christopher Chance and Tom McFadden in Peter Milligan's Vertigo version of Human Target.  For those unfamiliar with that series, both Chance and McFadden be...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

The Gemini Complex 0

We learn what happened to Jun the night he tried to escape and the sordid history of Jun and his twin brother Hisao.   The Good To this point in the series Jun's been the biggest enigma out of all of the Glories, so I'm glad to get a little insight into the guy. The peeks into his childhood and his relationship with his brother really helps to offset their interaction in the present. Throughout the issue Spencer plays with duality and parallels and it's really subtle.  This issue is simple and s...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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