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Story by Nick Spencer
Art by Joe Eisma
Cover by Rodin Esquejo

Size: pages
Price: 2.99

Morning Glories #11 focuses on one of the students, Ike, introduced in the first arc that we haven’t seen a lot of and gives a jaw dropping issue that I was not expecting. At first I was a little disappointed that the story wasn’t dealing with the revelations and cliffhanger from #10 but this issue still delivered.
Nick Spencer is giving us a low slow burn mystery with Morning Glories, a lot of aspects have been hinted yet but not explored fully but this issue uses the mysterious Abraham who has been popping up in a lot of the spotlight issues and the end of the issue gives us a huge revelation as to who he really is. The writing on this book is fantastic and Spencer really gives all the characters a unique voice.
Joe Eisma on art has been doing a consistently good job, the facial acting of his characters tells us a lot about what is happening in the scene and the page featuring a teacher seducing Ike is a stand out in the issue.
Every issue I read it takes me a while to realise where we are in the story because issue to issue it jumps about quite a bit focusing on the different characters but each of these spotlight issues have been fantastic.

Story: 5 - Excellent
Art: 4 - Very Good

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