Morning Glories #8
In preperation for this week I picked up the first morning glories trade, and issue 7. I'm glad I did so because, despite Punchy's recommendation for last week, I don't think this issue would offer much to someone without some background to the premise of the book.
The first arc of the book focused mostly on what appears to be the lead of the series, Casey. Since then each issue focuses on other supporting characters in the series. Last month focused on Zoe, and this time around we see a bit more about Hunter. We see what might have drew the attention of morning glories academy to him, and we also see his efforts to gain a date with Casey. Some mysterious things happen from there.
Reading this series through the last two days has left me somewhat indifferent to it. I think the mystery is intriguing and makes me want to continue to read the series, but I'm not sure I actually like any of the characters at this point. The focus on Hunter helps this a bit, him and Jun are probably the only two characters that I really care for at this point.
The art is something I'm not too fond of on this book. I think it is well done but I don't personally care for the style. I don't hate it, but I don't love it, it's just meh.