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|Morning Glories 50|
Morning Glories 50 is the 50th issue of Morning Glories.
Tagline: SPECIAL FIFTH ANNIVERSARY EDITION! Celebrating five years of mind-bending mysteries with a blockbuster Season Two finale! It’s our biggest issue yet—with an ending that will leave EVERYONE talking. A true can’t-miss moment in one of the longest-running epics in comics today.
A woman is showing the The Headmaster around the grounds of the monastery that will be the site of Morning Glory Academy. She mentions that the architect Benjamin Gerhardt believed that every brick in the courtyard was "touched by divinity". She expresses surprise that the sisters were willing to sell and the headmaster tells her that he "can be persuasive". When asked about his plans for the property, he tells her it's going to be a school.
Finally face-to-face with The Headmaster, Casey Blevins is confused: she has no idea who he is. He tells her that he wanted to talk to her sooner, but Promises had been made. He was very excited to find out that she had won the election so that they can talk. He say that the two of them could always talk to each other unlike "so many of us". He thinks that they chose the right person to speak for them (while hinting that he knows she cheated). Casey tells him that he might feel differently soon as she fingers the knife she has hidden behind her back. The headmaster knows that she intends to destroy him and the academy, but wants to convince her that "none of this is what it seems to be". He wants to convince her that everything has been for a reason; that there is a purpose to all this Suffering. But he isn't just going to tell her, he's going to show her.
At the science fair, the earthquake is still shaking. Ellen Richmond finds Vanessa and tells her to follow, Ellen knows how to get out of this place. Lara Hodge begs Vanessa to stay and asks her for trust, but Vanessa refuses. Oliver Simon is trying to calm everyone down when Ian shows up and offers to show Oliver his science fair project. When Oliver tells him that he's slightly busy with the earthquake, Ian quips about being "pulled in too many different directions" and Oliver realizes that Ian is in multiple places at once.
Fortunato Medeiros is praying in his cell when an Ian comes in.
The Scientist tells Casey that it's amazing the trouble "you kids" get themselves in and shows her a monitor showing what's going on in all the other parts of the school. Casey is shocked, she knew about all the cameras in the school and these don't correspond. The Headmaster responds "If I didn't know the numbers of hairs on your head, that might impress me". Casey spots Jade and the headmaster invites her to have a seat on a couch that instantly appeared. Casey is surprised but the Headmaster just offers her some popcorn.
Vanessa and Ellen are running though the halls. Ellen says that they can't escape alone and they can't bring any of Vanessa's friends with them. Ellen tells Vanessa how proud she is of her and how much she missed her when she thought Ellen had lost Vanessa. They go down to the old cells. Vanessa is confused: weren't all the cells empty? But one isn't and Ellen opens the cells to reveal Vanessa to future Vanessa.
Guillaume tries to talk Jun out of killing Jade, saying it won't work. Jun thinks it will since he's inhabiting Hisao's form and refers to "Where two or three are gathered". He fully intends to sacrifice Jade to bring Hisao back to life. Guillaume tells him there might be another way: Jade has resurrected the dead before without a sacrifice. Jun agrees to let Jade try to bring Hisao back but if it doesn't work then she will die.
Ian tell Fortunato that he's going to save Akiko by giving her a life without Fortunato. He has to start by killing him. As Fortunato begs, Akiko suddenly wakes up and sprints out of her hospital bed.
Casey begs the Headmaster to stop all this.
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- For complete answers to the questions in this section, click here.
- Is the Headmaster's "persuasive" the same as Casey's