MGA Study Hall: Win An Exclusive Morning Glory Babies Sketch! [Contest]

This contest is now over! Thanks to everyone who entered, and congratulations to the winner.

A Multiversity staple article for some time has been our in-depth annotations of Image’s hot comic “Morning Glories.” Our MGA Study Hall column is a favorite of ours to do, and since then we’ve opened up a new world of discussion about the book here on the site as well as hosted interviews and exclusives with series creators Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma.

So with a new issue on stands today and assuming you’ve already seen this week’s annotation column, we’ve got a bonus treat for you: in time for our birthday/relaunch, Joe Eisma has drawn us an exclusive Morning Glory Babies birthday sketch! And instead of keeping it, like one might think we’d be so inclined to do, we’re going to give it away to you!

Want a scoop at what you’re going to win? The final sketch will have copic marker colors on it as well, but here is your look at the exclusive sketch you stand to win:

Don’t remember the babies joke? Here’s a quick recap: for Joe’s son Logan’s birthday, Joe made a joke about how Logan needed to star inking his work. I countered with the idea that Joe should do a Muppet Baby-esque “Morning Glories” spin-off, and thus the Morning Glory Babies took on a life of their own!

What do you have to do to win it? Simple: all you have to do is name your favorite “Morning Glories” character in the comments below along with your e-mail address. You think we’d make it harder and force you to answer some trivia about the latest issue, but nope — just tell us who your favorite character is in the series, and we’ll go ahead and pick a winner at random. Make sure to enter soon, because the contest ends tomorrow, Thursday at Noon EST when we launch our next contest!

So what are you waiting for? Who do you love?

About The AuthorMatthew MeylikhovOnce upon a time, Matthew Meylikhov became the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Multiversity Comics, where he was known for his beard and fondness for cats. Then he became only one of those things. Now, if you listen really carefully at night, you may still hear from whispers on the wind a faint voice saying, "X-Men Origins: Wolverine is not as bad as everyone says it issss."

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