Review of 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)

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.

SummaryBest 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.

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