The hour of the Morning Glories season finale isn't just near - it's already upon us.
Last week, Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma's ongoing series about boarding school students steeped in sinister secrets wrapped up what the creators have called "season one" with Morning Glories #25. The double-sized issue closed some doors, left several wide open and opened brand-new portals into the great unknown surrounding Morning Glory Academy and the
Created by Sam Humphries (Our Love is Real, Ultimate Comics: Ultimates) and published by BOOM! Studios, Higher Earth is a science fiction adventure set across multiple Earths whose citizens serve (whether they know it or not) at the pleasure of a "Higher Earth" that's conquered over a hundred such worlds in different parallel universes, each with its own specific function. The sold-out issue #1 introduced the concept very
Image's Morning Glories has getting a lot of buzz lately, which comes as no surprise, given that Spencer spent the last year becoming one of comics' biggest breakout stars, rocketing into mainstream super-hero comics like Jimmy Olsen and Iron Man 2.0. With Morning Glories, though, Spencer, Ei