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“P.E.” continues, and although we don’t get any answers about the school and its mysterious ways we do learn a little about Abraham‘s group working against Morning Glories Academy. The issue is centered around Jun (really Hisao) who gets into another fight with his brother Hisao (really Jun) but is rescued by a childhood fried, Guillame.

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Erik Larsen does double-duty following up Alan Moore’s final Supreme story by also returning the original Extreme version of Supreme from the comic’s launch. Issue #64 is very much a transitional issue as Larsen wraps up Moore’s cliffhanger, and all it’s Silver Age trappings, to get back to the more menacing Mean Supreme.

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Of all of Image Comics early to mid-1990’s titles my favorite, by far, was Supreme. Almost two decades before Mark Waid‘s Irredeemable, Supreme was created by Rob Liefeld around the idea of Superman without the patriotism and strong moralistic foundation of a certain Man of Steel.

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This issue returns us to the mysterious cave, this time from the perspective of Jade and Ike who wait and fight over the state of things while waiting for Casey and Ms. Hodge to miraculously disappear.

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This month’s issue picks up the thread’s of issue #13 (from way back in October) as we finally learn a little more about what happened to Casey and Miss Hodge. The final panels of the earlier issue are true, the pair have traveled back into the past, but far further than Miss Hodge had planned.

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In the latest issue of Morning Glories Zoe takes center stage and makes a solid case why she might be the most screwed-up member of the freshman class (which, at this school, is saying something!) as the Wood Run storyline continues.

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It looks like we’ll have to wait at least a month to find out what exactly has happened with Casey and Miss Hodge. In the latest issue we see the fallout from Hunter‘s blow-up with Zoe from her point of view, intermixed with the beginning of Woodrun, and odd flashbacks to Pilgrims torturing a man to get information out of girl who bears a resemblace to Jade in the year 1653.

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Over the last year or so I’ve myself intrigued by more Image titles than ever before and the news that my favorite Image Comics character is returning from a 12 year hiatus makes me very happy. Along with Supreme, Prophet, Glory, Bloodstrike, and Youngblood will all be returning to Image in 2012 as part of the Extreme Universe. Image currently has a free online look at the Extreme Preview here.

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I had a definite sense of déjà vu when reading this issue of Morning Glories. The comic replays the conversation between Casey and Hunter before giving us its fallout from another point of view. Even if the comic includes a couple of pages of panels we’ve already seen this one is packed with pages to spare (30+) which is a damn fine deal for only $3.

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If you’re not reading this title then there’s something wrong with you. Just when you thought Super Dinosaur couldn’t get any crazier (it is about a kid and a Tyrannosaurus Rex with a robot exoskeleton fighting evil, after all) writer Robert Kirkman and and Jason Howard prove us wrong by upping the ante of wonderfully crazy awesome one more time.

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