- Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: Image Comics; 01 edition (10 July 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1607065584
- ISBN-13: 978-1607065586
- Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 1.8 x 25.7 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 113,123 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Morning Glories Volume 3: P.E. TP Paperback – 10 Jul 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
The writing is pretty good and engaging but there are too many flashbacks which makes continuity a problem for me. The artwork is good although I sometimes found it hard to remember which character was being portrayed. I wish that I could say that I knew more about what is going on - not sure that I can.
This collects issues thirteen to nineteen of the comic. It is not a jumping on point and new readers would be hopelessly confused, so they should start with volume one.
The story continues from where volume two left off. As all the student of the school have to take part in an outdoor activity that sends them out into surrounding woodland.
More strange things happen.
This volume doesn't deliver anything in the way of answer [the comic is planned to run for one hundred issues, so those could be a long way off] but it does keep you hooked. There are huge surprises and shocking developments. But there are some great character moments, with a few excellent scenes of people just sitting round and talking. These do result in some highly memorable moments.
It is strictly for mature readers, thanks to some strong language and a bit of violence.
If you've come this far with the comic, then you must like it. And this volume will give you more of the same.
It also has a short section at the back showing some of the character designs.
A decent volume in a decent series.
This volume continues to focus on just a few characters at a time so that it can tell a proper story and really engage you emotionally. Those you thought were mere stereotypes get a lot of time to shine and really surprise you.
The time travel/ alternate reality goes through the roof and you start to think taking notes might be a great idea. You have no idea who is who and behind what but everything is just so well-crafted and enthralling you don't care. You hang on tight and place your trust in the writer that everything will be explained when the time is right.
There is some fantastic dialogue here with brilliantly natural conversations, but that doesn't make the most of the format. Although the accompanying art is superb there are a lot of talking heads.
The art is superb with amazing colours and some brilliant lighting effects. All the jazzy stuff like digital blurring and silhouettes are used only when absolutely necessary. These are here to tell the story not to cover up how bad it is. The covers - most of which are mini works of art - are within the book, which given the episodic nature is fine.
I am totally lost and my head is spinning but I really, really, really need the next volume NOW! For that expert addiction I give it the Double Thumbs Up!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hopefully the writer does have a storyline in his mind for this original tale. I am a bit worried it might end in too much unexplainable ex machina.Published on 31 Jan. 2013 by Chi Wai Cheung
This won't make any sense without the first two volumes of the book, however I found it particularly enjoyable. Read morePublished on 30 Dec. 2012 by Spen