It’s that time again, folks! The fourth arc and first season of “Morning Glories” has wrapped up, issue #26 and the fourth trade are out this week and to celebrate we’ve got your audio commentary to go along with the entire storyline!
For those new to this segment, here’s a brief catch-up: regularly here on Multiversity, I annotate the individual issues of the Image series “Morning Glories.” Once each arc has wrapped, I sit down with Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma to discuss the arcs entirely, from behind-the-scenes anecdotes to easter eggs and trivia. Not only that, but every now and then I trick Nick and Joe into revealing secrets they’re not supposed to!
But here’s the catch: these are audio only endeavors. Each individual episode ranges between 30-90 minutes, but they’re meant to be listened to while you yourself read the issue and take notes. The plus side is that these episode are full of information, and there are in fact exclusive reveals contained within the episodes. So you have to listen to Nick, Joe and I go on and on about “Morning Glories” like we have nothing better to talk about in our lives, but you will definitely get something out of it if you’re a fan of the series!
So if you’d like to be in the know, pull up a seat and get ready to listen! Normally I roll these out slowly, but today (since they’re a little late) I’m rolling out all at once! Every episode for the fourth arc commentary is available now, either streaming below or at a few other options (that you’ll find underneath the streams). Take a listen:
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If you’d like to e-mail me with questions, comments, theories and what not, please do so at MGA’s official e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, and look forward to the annotations to issue #26 this Tuesday.