Even though the present-day stuff with the Woodrun is moving at an interminably slow pace, this issue was very good because of how it developed and explored the character or Zoe, and just how fucked-up she is. We saw the aftermath of her killing her teacher (in #7), and how she tried to keep her friend quiet, and then… well, we saw the true extent of her craziness. She killed her friend and now, in the present, she kills Maggie, a new character who had an awkward flirtation with Hunter early in the issue. Why exactly did she kill Maggie? It can’t be because she loves Hunter, and it looked like she was in kind of a trance. Creepy. Zoe has become a really interesting character, and it’s surprising that the character you’d normally think was the least dangerous in the cheerleader, could actually be the most. We also got a another little hint a Hunter’s problem with telling the time, in a really weird scene inside a strange lab. Once again with Morning Glories, I have no idea what’s going on, but I don’t mind, it’s a hell of a ride.