Giant Days

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'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

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 simple as he encounters some more embarrassing romantic difficulty.It was so nice to see Ed take[...]

10 Pages From Giant Days Vol. 1 TP Releasing This Week

I can’t stress enough how much fun it is to read Giant Days from BOOM! Box This week brings the release of the Giant Days Vol 1 TP, which kind of blows my mind because I still remember the first time I encountered the comic The series is written by awesome web-comic making machine John[...]

Giant Days Is Now An Ongoing Series, And More Over The Garden Wall For 2016

In June, Bleeding Cool let you know that the six issue Giant Days series by John Allison and Lissa Treiman Boom! was now a 12 issue series.Well, at the Baltimore Diamond Retail Summit, as well as Kyle Higgins on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,  the Jonesy book and the reduction in the size of the line, Boom! let the retailers[...]

Giant Days #6 Deals With A Missing Character!

I'm always so happy when a new issue of Giant Days comes out You may think I say that a lot, but buying a new issue of Giant Days is like grabbing a bag of your favorite potato chips It's always going to taste delicious and leave you thinking about the next bag that you're inevitably going to[...]

Christmas In July In Giant Days #5

Christmas in July! From BOOM! Studios, Giant Days #5 written by John Allison, with art by Lissa Treiman takes place during a pre-Christmas ball This issue begins with a look at the difference between girls dress shopping, and boys shopping for a suit Of course, this is a hilarious thing to witness with this cast of characters[...]

Drugs, Love, And The Character History We've Been Waiting For In Giant Days #4

I really appreciate when comics make me laugh out loud, and that’s exactly what Giant Days does From BOOM! Studios, Giant Days #4 written by John Allison, with art by Lissa Treiman, combines a new love with a handful of drugs, and some character history we’ve been waiting on for four issues This month Daisy, Susan, and[...]

Advance Review: Giant Days #3 Tackles A Social Media Scandal

When I first started reading BOOM! Box’s Giant Days, it quickly sky rocketed to my top five favorite comics Following the lives of Daisy, Susan, and Esther was an enjoyable entertaining experience from day one Seeing the girls survive a crazy flu last month was pretty funny, so I couldn’t wait to see what John[...]

Giant Days Extended To A Full School Year

Originally, previewing in Lumberjanes #10 the new Boom Box series Giant Days, by webcomic creator (and fellow Brit) John Allison and animator Lissa Treiman has received heaps of praise and a brisk sellout on the first issue.As a comic about three freshmen ladies adjusting to their lives at university to say it has an uphill climb in[...]

Advance Review: Giant Days #2 Is Comically Honest

Since its release last month, BOOM! Box’s, Giant Days has done very well, and is speculated to be just as successful as Lumberjanes The refreshing look into the every day lives of Daisy, Susan, and Esther are wildly entertaining, and comically honest It’s no surprise that the comic is a hit because of creator and writer John Allison’s[...]

Orbital In Conversation With Giant Days' John Allison & #Furious 7!

By Chris Thompson[audio:]After last week’s debut of The Real/Fake Geeks segment with Maria Norris (which you can still listen to here), this time I’m back with creator John Allison (Bad Machinery, Scary Go Round, Bobbins) to discuss the ‘return’ of Giant Days from Boom! Studios under their Boom! Box imprint.John & I discuss how he[...]

Speculator Corner – Will Giant Days Have Giant Price Jumps?

Their first licensed title, Munchkin, is seeing brisk sales as well, partially (okay, quite a bit)  thanks to the exclusive playable card driving gamers into comic shops.Much more below the radar BOOM! Box's latest original series, Giant Days, is showing some signs that it could be the imprint's latest hit The series is a coming-of-age[...]