Giant Days, Vol. 3 (Giant Days #9-12) by John Allison (Author), Max Sarin (Illustrations), Whitney Cogar (Colorist), Jim Campbell (Letterer), Lissa Treiman (Cover Artist)
Review: Oh my gosh, I’m dying! I love these girls so much. I can not stop laughing. But now I love them all, even Ed and McGraw. I love them all super hard now and am emotionally invested in all their lives/ stories. And now! And now I’m crying my heart out in this volume. Guys heartbreak, heart break real bad.
And even though I do love and have wanted two of the characters together since the first chapter (issue, whatever). I get why it ended up this way, and yes I do still want them to work it out and be silly in love and together. But I also understand that Giant Days is being realistic in the way of relationships and college students (or just people). I get it, I understand it, I respect it. But I still want them to be happy and together. Although I do still want them both to be happy, even if they are apart (sobbing in the background).
Favorite quote: There is another quote I would add that I love and it still makes me cry when I reread it. But because of spoilers I can’t and I’m okay with that.
“Get in that tent and fight the wolf. In the wilderness, we all have to make sacrifices. No excuses!”
Would I? Reread? HELL YEAH!!! I think I will tonight. Tell EVERYONE I KNOW TO READ THIS COMIC? YESSSSSSSSS!!!!!
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars.
Edition: Paperback, 112 pages.
Young Adult. Realistic Fiction. Humor. College Life. Contemporary. LGBT. Fiction. UK. Romance. Comic.
Published October 11th 2016 by BOOM! Box.
Summary: Best friends Susan, Esther, and Daisy are rounding out their first semester at university. The girls, along with their male hall-mates Ed and McGraw, find that college is more than academics and bad microwavable meals. Add some pub-hopping, hookups, breakups, and political scandal and this might just be the most eventful first semester ever.
Collecting issues 9-12 of the critically acclaimed series, Giant Days, vol. 3 gives us another comedic slice of life from creator John Allison (Bad Machinery, Scary Go Round), and fantastic newcomer, Max Sarin.
-Summary from GoodReads.com