Morning Glories, Vol. 2: All Will Be Free

Morning Glories, Vol. 2: All Will Be Free

Morning Glory Academy One of the most prestigious prep schools in the country...But behind it's hallowed doors something sinister and deadly lurks. When six brilliant but troubled new students arrive, they find themselves trapped and desperately seeking answers...and escape from a place where nothing is what it seems to be! Learn the dark secrets of the Glories' Morning Glory Academy One of the most prestigious prep schools in the country...But behind it's hallowed doors something sinis...

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Title:Morning Glories, Vol. 2: All Will Be Free
Author:Nick Spencer
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1607064073
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:168 pages pages

Morning Glories, Vol. 2: All Will Be Free Reviews

  • Caroline
    Oct 09, 2011

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

  • Nicolo Yu
    Sep 17, 2014

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

  • Craig
    Dec 25, 2012

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

  • Ronyell
    Jul 26, 2013

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

  • Michael
    Feb 11, 2012

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

  • Anne
    Oct 03, 2017

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

  • Raeleen Lemay
    May 16, 2016

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

  • Jenna
    Jul 27, 2017

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

  • Geoff Sebesta
    Mar 19, 2014

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

  • Lindsey Rey
    Jan 10, 2016

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

  • Dan
    Feb 16, 2014

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

  • Zedsdead
    Jan 21, 2013

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

  • Shannon Appelcline
    Oct 18, 2012

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

    I like the story plot. I give this book 5 stars. ...

    This entire project smacks of cynical calculation to me -- a transparent attempt to appeal to multiple entertainment trends simultaneously. Dollars to doughnuts this was either a failed TV-series pitch or (worse still) a backdoor TV-series pitch. Christ, I can practically hear the pitc...

    So I read the first volume a couple weeks ago, and a GR friend of mine asked if I would read and review the second one. So I said hey, why not? I can get it for free anyway. So I got it, and I was actually glad to have gotten it. This was significantly better than the first one. M...

    3.75 stars Well I am just as confused, if not actually more confused, then what I was when I finished Volume. 1 and from what I understand it's not going to get any better from here, haha. I think part of the enjoyment of this series is going to be the complete lack of awareness of ...

    New mysteries really keep this book moving along, combined with great characters and an interesting plot structure. The way that 5 of the 6 characters are spotlighted in this volume really adds depth to the story. Feels increasingly like it owes a lot to Lost. ...

  • Gina
    Apr 04, 2017

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

    I like the story plot. I give this book 5 stars. ...

    This entire project smacks of cynical calculation to me -- a transparent attempt to appeal to multiple entertainment trends simultaneously. Dollars to doughnuts this was either a failed TV-series pitch or (worse still) a backdoor TV-series pitch. Christ, I can practically hear the pitc...

    So I read the first volume a couple weeks ago, and a GR friend of mine asked if I would read and review the second one. So I said hey, why not? I can get it for free anyway. So I got it, and I was actually glad to have gotten it. This was significantly better than the first one. M...

    3.75 stars Well I am just as confused, if not actually more confused, then what I was when I finished Volume. 1 and from what I understand it's not going to get any better from here, haha. I think part of the enjoyment of this series is going to be the complete lack of awareness of ...

    New mysteries really keep this book moving along, combined with great characters and an interesting plot structure. The way that 5 of the 6 characters are spotlighted in this volume really adds depth to the story. Feels increasingly like it owes a lot to Lost. ...

    3.75/5 stars. ...

    Awesome!! I'm not quite sure what's going on but I am loving it!! This is an fascinating story!! ...

  • bryce
    Feb 12, 2018

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

    I like the story plot. I give this book 5 stars. ...

    This entire project smacks of cynical calculation to me -- a transparent attempt to appeal to multiple entertainment trends simultaneously. Dollars to doughnuts this was either a failed TV-series pitch or (worse still) a backdoor TV-series pitch. Christ, I can practically hear the pitc...

    So I read the first volume a couple weeks ago, and a GR friend of mine asked if I would read and review the second one. So I said hey, why not? I can get it for free anyway. So I got it, and I was actually glad to have gotten it. This was significantly better than the first one. M...

    3.75 stars Well I am just as confused, if not actually more confused, then what I was when I finished Volume. 1 and from what I understand it's not going to get any better from here, haha. I think part of the enjoyment of this series is going to be the complete lack of awareness of ...

    New mysteries really keep this book moving along, combined with great characters and an interesting plot structure. The way that 5 of the 6 characters are spotlighted in this volume really adds depth to the story. Feels increasingly like it owes a lot to Lost. ...

    3.75/5 stars. ...

    Awesome!! I'm not quite sure what's going on but I am loving it!! This is an fascinating story!! ...

    Still so much going on here. ...

    The mystery unfolds, but not really any answers yet... ...

  • Leah
    Nov 08, 2014

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

  • Christy
    Sep 04, 2018

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

    I like the story plot. I give this book 5 stars. ...

    This entire project smacks of cynical calculation to me -- a transparent attempt to appeal to multiple entertainment trends simultaneously. Dollars to doughnuts this was either a failed TV-series pitch or (worse still) a backdoor TV-series pitch. Christ, I can practically hear the pitc...

    So I read the first volume a couple weeks ago, and a GR friend of mine asked if I would read and review the second one. So I said hey, why not? I can get it for free anyway. So I got it, and I was actually glad to have gotten it. This was significantly better than the first one. M...

    3.75 stars Well I am just as confused, if not actually more confused, then what I was when I finished Volume. 1 and from what I understand it's not going to get any better from here, haha. I think part of the enjoyment of this series is going to be the complete lack of awareness of ...

    New mysteries really keep this book moving along, combined with great characters and an interesting plot structure. The way that 5 of the 6 characters are spotlighted in this volume really adds depth to the story. Feels increasingly like it owes a lot to Lost. ...

    3.75/5 stars. ...

    Awesome!! I'm not quite sure what's going on but I am loving it!! This is an fascinating story!! ...

    Still so much going on here. ...

  • James DeSantis
    Feb 07, 2017

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

  • Scott Roberts
    Nov 07, 2014

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

    I like the story plot. I give this book 5 stars. ...

  • Melissa Chung
    May 18, 2015

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

  • Irena
    Jul 07, 2015

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

  • Elena
    May 20, 2015

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

  • Frannie Pan
    Jun 06, 2015

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

  • Kerryn (RatherBeReading)
    Jan 04, 2016

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

    I like the story plot. I give this book 5 stars. ...

    This entire project smacks of cynical calculation to me -- a transparent attempt to appeal to multiple entertainment trends simultaneously. Dollars to doughnuts this was either a failed TV-series pitch or (worse still) a backdoor TV-series pitch. Christ, I can practically hear the pitc...

    So I read the first volume a couple weeks ago, and a GR friend of mine asked if I would read and review the second one. So I said hey, why not? I can get it for free anyway. So I got it, and I was actually glad to have gotten it. This was significantly better than the first one. M...

    3.75 stars Well I am just as confused, if not actually more confused, then what I was when I finished Volume. 1 and from what I understand it's not going to get any better from here, haha. I think part of the enjoyment of this series is going to be the complete lack of awareness of ...

  • Kayla (BOOKadoodles)
    Jul 13, 2015

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

  • Eli
    Jun 22, 2016

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

    I like the story plot. I give this book 5 stars. ...

    This entire project smacks of cynical calculation to me -- a transparent attempt to appeal to multiple entertainment trends simultaneously. Dollars to doughnuts this was either a failed TV-series pitch or (worse still) a backdoor TV-series pitch. Christ, I can practically hear the pitc...

    So I read the first volume a couple weeks ago, and a GR friend of mine asked if I would read and review the second one. So I said hey, why not? I can get it for free anyway. So I got it, and I was actually glad to have gotten it. This was significantly better than the first one. M...

  • Jesse Nicholas
    Feb 27, 2016

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

  • Sean Carlin
    Feb 19, 2019

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

    I like the story plot. I give this book 5 stars. ...

    This entire project smacks of cynical calculation to me -- a transparent attempt to appeal to multiple entertainment trends simultaneously. Dollars to doughnuts this was either a failed TV-series pitch or (worse still) a backdoor TV-series pitch. Christ, I can practically hear the pitc...

  • lexi {#1 adam parrish stan}
    Jul 13, 2016

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...

    Again, does anyone know what in the fuck is happening here? Again, I'm intrigued. So I bought volume 3-4 right after on amazon for 4 bucks a piece. So Morning glories decides to go deeper into individual stories here. Without spoiling it gets a nice look at all the kids. Se...

    Introduction: After reading the first volume of ?Morning Glories Volume One: For a Better Future? by Nick Spencer along with artwork by Joe Eisma, I was curious to see how the characters would get out of the nightmarish Morning Glory Academy while keeping their sanities i...

    While I really liked the first volume, I can honestly say this one is way better. The first volume was mostly an introduction blended with mystery. This installment brings even more mystery aspects into the story, but at the same time, it makes us feel like we are on a good way to fi...

    "Completely speechless and mindblown" doesn't give you the right picture of what I'm feeling right now. I'm not even quite sure if all the shit that went down is reality or whatnot. In this 2nd volume, we get glimpses and flashbacks of our main characters' pasts which are majestic...

    I bought this off Comixology since the first trade really wowed me. I had high expectations on this digital collected edition going on and sadly, it did not reach them. The book is good, but it doesn't have the magic the first six-issue arc had on me. Perhaps the intervening timt be...

    Reminds me so much of Lost, I'm loving this series! ...

    Think if CW had made a Lost/Lord of the Flies, and it's a comic book. That's this series. ...

    Even better than the first volume! I'm officially addicted. ...

    I was a tiny bit bored with this volume. However, I enjoyed how each story ended in a cliff hanger and I hope to learn more when I get ahold of the next volume. ...

    In volume 2, everything kind of settles into a routine. The kids go to class and do more or less what they're told. We see flashbacks in which a strange man named Abraham intervenes on behalf of most of the kids. Jun has a brother and isn't who he seems. Jade seems to be collaborating ...

    After really enjoying the first arc in this series, I was eager to see where the storylines might go next. And while I liked this second half-dozen issues collected here, it felt like there was a little less of a focus to this collection than the first. The six stories here each...

    This series continues to be entertaining (for values of entertaining that include 'really f***ed up'), but the 'lots of teases and no answers' thing is getting a little stale. Also, while the art is nice to look at, it's not always easy to distinguish faces and this sometimes interfere...

    Man this is good! Just enough intrigue to keep you reading with all it's crazy ass shit! (Pardon my language) With every chapter I can't wait to move on to the next. I love we got to see a little more into the past of our core 6 and see what makes them crack. Can't wait for more! ...

    Still liking it, though the weird mysteriousness is starting to get just a bit annoying. Time to start filling in some of the details. ...

    After finishing Volume 1 of this series, I went directly to reading ALL WILL BE. It was late at night, and I didn't really want to start a novel, so while I wasn't that excited about the first volume, I said what the hell and went to reading this volume. I have to say that I'm happy...

    Let me just say that I find the cover a summation of everything I hate about comics. What does this cover say? It says absolutely nothing except that I am reading a comic about sexy schoolgirls. That is apparently all the creators of this comic want me to know. "Buy my comic and I will...

    There is a lot of back story in this volume which I thought was interesting. All the kids have something weird about them. Something slightly supernatural. I still cant figure out why they have been selected to go to this school or what the faculty need them for. The ending was a hook....

    I like the story plot. I give this book 5 stars. ...

    This entire project smacks of cynical calculation to me -- a transparent attempt to appeal to multiple entertainment trends simultaneously. Dollars to doughnuts this was either a failed TV-series pitch or (worse still) a backdoor TV-series pitch. Christ, I can practically hear the pitc...

    So I read the first volume a couple weeks ago, and a GR friend of mine asked if I would read and review the second one. So I said hey, why not? I can get it for free anyway. So I got it, and I was actually glad to have gotten it. This was significantly better than the first one. M...

    3.75 stars Well I am just as confused, if not actually more confused, then what I was when I finished Volume. 1 and from what I understand it's not going to get any better from here, haha. I think part of the enjoyment of this series is going to be the complete lack of awareness of ...

    New mysteries really keep this book moving along, combined with great characters and an interesting plot structure. The way that 5 of the 6 characters are spotlighted in this volume really adds depth to the story. Feels increasingly like it owes a lot to Lost. ...

    3.75/5 stars. ...

  • anastasia
    Jan 29, 2019

    Who is Abraham? And what the hell is going on?! Volume 2 gives us some new insight into the teens. Origin stories, if you will. Some of them confirm what you already suspected, but several of the kids seem to be hiding something about themselves that shows them a vastly different li...

    Wow, people really weren't lying when they told me there are just more questions and no answers with each volume. I will keep reading because I'm curious, but this series better not be too long because I need to know what's going on! ...

    I recommend this series for fans of Lost! I'm excited to read Volume 3! ...

    2,5* i don?t know what?s happening. why it?s happening. and where it?s all going ...