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BOOM! to Publish 3-Volume The Quotable Giant Days in July

BOOM! to Publish The Quotable Giant Days in July

Giant Days may have come to an end last week, but explosive publisher BOOM! Studios isn’t done squeezing as much cash milk out of that cash cow as they can. Thus, July 2020 will see the release of The Quotable Giant Days, a new collection of “witty and humorous” quotes from writer John Allison which […]

First Look at Giant Days #40

As BOOM! Studios’ BOOM! Box Jam week comes to a close, the publisher has sent out a first look preview at one more of its upcoming young adult comics: Giant Days #40. hitting stores on July 4th, Giant Days #40 is the latest issue of the 2018 Eisner Award-nominated series from writer John Allison and returning […]


Giant Days #32 Review: A Delightful Slice Of Life

The apartment is falling apart around our heroes, and the lease has come up, leaving all three women to think about their living situations. Susan is talking with her boyfriend on the issue, and Daisy is struggling with her girlfriend. Esther has a solution, but it may not work for everyone. I hadn’t had any […]

Nostalgia Has Never Been So Fun – Giant Days Vol. 4 Review

Giant Days, the university comedy drama by John Allison, and in this volume featuring art by Max Sarin, Liz Fleming and Whitney Cogar, is quite simply a wonderful series coming out from Boom Box! Here’s why it works: it is wonderfully accessible, and at any time to any one. I’ve had a bit of a […]

Money, Love, Friendship & More: Giant Days #16 Review

The girls are keeping busy in issue #16 of Giant Days which hit shelves today brightening up my Wednesday morning. Written by John Allison, with art by Max Sarin, Giant Days continues to be one of the most entertaining comics I look forward to every month. Esther is out of money, Daisy is looking to inspire, and Susan is on a […]

A Film Festival For The Giant Days Girls

This month’s issue of Giant Days brings Esther, Susan, and Daisy to a film competition. Written by John Allison, with art by Max Sarin, we’ve arrived at the 15th issue of Giant Days. The good news is Esther’s ego is as big as the issue. While it’s very focused on her character, the other girls reaction to it is what […]

“Giant Days Had A Long Genesis” An Interview With Writer John Allison

This week brings the 14th issue of Giant Days from BOOM! Box, written by John Allison, with art by Max Sarin. In this new issue Esther, Susan, and Daisy start the search for a house to rent for their second year. However, they’re a little behind schedule…so their options leave a lot to be desired. […]

“A Wildly Out-Of-Proportion Sense Of Self-Belief” Giant Days #13 Review

This week brings the 13th issue of Giant Days, from BOOM! Box, written by John Allison, with art by Max Sarin. I found myself dying to read this issue because of the cliffhanger we were left with last month. With Esther planning not to go back to school, I wasn’t sure how the girls would keep the close friendship […]


The Friendship Is Real: Three Reasons Why You Should Read Giant Days #12

This week brings the release of Giant Days #12 written by John Allison, with art by Max Sarin. This has been one of my favorite comics to read over the past few months. If you haven’t had a chance to pick up an issue, or perhaps you’ve fallen off the Giant Days train…here’s three reasons why you should get […]

Night Be With You! Advance Review of Giant Days #11

It’s election season in Giant Days #11, and Susan’s newfound responsibilities are keeping her extra busy. Unfortunately, that’s bad news for her boyfriend McGraw. From BOOM! Box, written by John Allison, with art by Max Sarin, Giant Days continues to be a joy to read. Over the past ten issues it’s been easy to become invested in the lives of each character […]


Headlines, Love, And OOops! An Advance Review Of Giant Days #9

After such a great issue last month, I was itching to get my hands on another. From BOOM! Box, written by John Allison, with art by Max Sarin, Giant Days # 9 follows Ed as he attempts to get over his crush on Esther by working at the student paper. However, things aren’t always so […]