Giant Days, Vol. 10

Giant Days, Vol. 10

Daisy, Esther, and Susan’s last year at university is getting a bumpy start, with everything strange after Ed’s declaration of love followed by grievous injury, Daisy with nowhere to live, and McGraw and Susan at odds over their new flat!The final year of university is about to start for best mates Daisy, Esther, and Susan, and everything is going completely off the rails....

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Title:Giant Days, Vol. 10
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Giant Days, Vol. 10 Reviews

  • Artemy

    Ten — TEN! — volumes in, and Giant Days is still the comic book I love and enjoy the most, month to month. It's hard to believe that I've been reading it for almost four years (well, more like three and a half, but still) since issue #1 came out and I randomly decided to give it a read because the cover looked cute. It's been an important part of my life ever since, and something I eagerly look forward to every single month. I can't express how grateful I am to John Allison, Max Sarin, Lisa Trei

    Ten — TEN! — volumes in, and Giant Days is still the comic book I love and enjoy the most, month to month. It's hard to believe that I've been reading it for almost four years (well, more like three and a half, but still) since issue #1 came out and I randomly decided to give it a read because the cover looked cute. It's been an important part of my life ever since, and something I eagerly look forward to every single month. I can't express how grateful I am to John Allison, Max Sarin, Lisa Treiman and everybody else who worked and still works on this amazing book. Thank you, guys — Giant Days doesn't ever get old or stale, and I'll be with it until the end.

  • Xanthe

    Another! My forever favorite is back! And I feel like I was waiting for ages for this volume. I was very pleased with how a lot of the relationship conflicts got resolved. People talked, admitted their feelings, tried to understand how the other person felt, and apologized. Yow. I loved it. There's a different artist for some of the middle issues, and it's noticeable, but I thought the guest artist was charming and energetic, even if it wasn't the same. The biggest problem with this volume, like

    Another! My forever favorite is back! And I feel like I was waiting for ages for this volume. I was very pleased with how a lot of the relationship conflicts got resolved. People talked, admitted their feelings, tried to understand how the other person felt, and apologized. Yow. I loved it. There's a different artist for some of the middle issues, and it's noticeable, but I thought the guest artist was charming and energetic, even if it wasn't the same. The biggest problem with this volume, like all the others, is that it ends.

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Have I mentioned how much I fucking love Giant Days yet? Because after 10 volumes, if I haven't, then I'm doing something wrong. This book just continues to be top quality, absolutely hilarious, full of heart, and just a joy to read, even 40 issues in.

    This volume sees Daisy deal with the aftermath of her break-up with Ingrid, while the girls attempt to find a new home for their final year of university, and the return of Ed Gemmell and his Esther-induced broken leg. Relationships continue to evo

    Have I mentioned how much I fucking love Giant Days yet? Because after 10 volumes, if I haven't, then I'm doing something wrong. This book just continues to be top quality, absolutely hilarious, full of heart, and just a joy to read, even 40 issues in.

    This volume sees Daisy deal with the aftermath of her break-up with Ingrid, while the girls attempt to find a new home for their final year of university, and the return of Ed Gemmell and his Esther-induced broken leg. Relationships continue to evolve, new characters keep both the girls and the reader on their toes, and just jesus christ if you're not reading this book already go and do it, please!

  • Sam Quixote

    Giant Days is my rock. No, not a giant jacked American-Samoan man with a winning personality that makes everyone like him despite starring in one terrible movie after another, but my constant go-to-never-fails great read.

    But WAIT - a less than stellar rating for this tenth(!) book?! Is my rock crumbling - is this the end times???? To that I say nay - or maybe yay, but for reasons completely separate from comics - unless artist Julia Madrigal is gonna be coming back.

    Not that I begrudge series r

    Giant Days is my rock. No, not a giant jacked American-Samoan man with a winning personality that makes everyone like him despite starring in one terrible movie after another, but my constant go-to-never-fails great read.

    But WAIT - a less than stellar rating for this tenth(!) book?! Is my rock crumbling - is this the end times???? To that I say nay - or maybe yay, but for reasons completely separate from comics - unless artist Julia Madrigal is gonna be coming back.

    Not that I begrudge series regular Max Sarin a break. She has been an absolute trooper, drawing every issue after original artist Lissa Treiman left in Volume 2, producing nothing but impossibly consistent high quality the entire time. At this point I’d say she’s easily surpassed Treiman as the defining Giant Days artist - she’s made the title that much her own.

    So Julia Madrigal takes over art duties for a couple issues here and… eeeeewwww! I haaated her art! The lines are awfully scratchy like (I suspect) they were drawn digitally, on a screen, on a really shoddy art program. And everyone looks - not right! Too cartoony, too weird. Maybe the jobs fair storyline, Daisy as a residential mentor and Susan and McGraw’s domestic strife wasn’t the most compelling material either but I do wonder if Sarin had drawn these issues whether I’d have enjoyed them more.

    Sarin draws the other two issues and John Allison’s writing is mostly top-notch as ever. Daisy and her gran have all the feels after her gran finds out she’s gay. I love how Dean Thompson is becoming the Joker to Esther’s Batman. Daisy learning about unwinnable scenarios featuring three people, Coby, Ash and Maru, was brilliant - Trekkies will geddit.

    By far the best was the resolution to last volume’s cliffhanger between Esther and Ed Gemmell, which I really liked and found immensely satisfying. I thought John Allison handled it perfectly and not only ended a long-running storyline wonderfully but began a new one for Ed effortlessly well too. Ed and Esther remain my favourite characters.

    The art preferences might just be me but, if I had my druthers, I’d put the series on hold next time Max Sarin needs a break rather than have the title suffer a lesser replacement artist. Then again, Boom gotta make they cheddah so… bah! Alright, enough: Volume 10’s unsurprisingly great and Giant Days is still my Dwayne Johnson!

  • Olivia

    While the past few seasons have seemed enjoyably fine, same level of fun Giant Days-ness, this one seemed to be different in a good way. These relationships seem to be evolving instead of staying the same which only accentuates the greatness of this series.

  • Devann

    Another great volume in this series. The only reason I'm giving it four stars instead of five is because I'm honestly getting a little bit tired of the whole Ed/Esther thing and I wish they would just give the whole thing a rest already. I am glad the whole thing with Daisy and her grandma was resolved quickly though, I did not want a whole long drawn out 'homophobic grandma' story line.

    Some highlights:

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    "Boy's sewing machine" such a power move lmao

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    Another great volume in this series. The only reason I'm giving it four stars instead of five is because I'm honestly getting a little bit tired of the whole Ed/Esther thing and I wish they would just give the whole thing a rest already. I am glad the whole thing with Daisy and her grandma was resolved quickly though, I did not want a whole long drawn out 'homophobic grandma' story line.

    Some highlights:

    I mean that's the one I would pick

    :)))

    "Boy's sewing machine" such a power move lmao

    relatable and true

    why is everyone in this series so fucking relatable lol

    *snort*

  • Carmen

    My girls :) Saving me once more from both a reading slump and a terrible day. Daisy is surely the sweetest goofball ever, gaining confidence so fast, Angry Susan is not di angry anymore and Esther... oh Esther... Plus I've just discovered they like Warpaint which only adds to my enjoyment. Almost a life-safer

  • Anna (Bananas)

    All I need to know now is who sports the Ubuntu tattoo.

  • Rana

    I did not like the changing of artist in issues #38 and #39

  • Lauren Archer

    I realized I read all the singles for this one, but still had some fun.

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