Esther, Susan, and Daisy continue to face the rigors of young adulthood in this Eisner-nominated series.Fast friends Susan, Daisy, and Esther continue their second year at Sheffield University, and these are formative times, indeed. Education and looking ahead to the future isnt all that college holds in-store for these ladies--grocery store protests, family reunions, and even an MMORPG wedding are all on this semesters docket. John Allison (Bad Machinery, Scary Go Round) and illustrators Max Sarin and Liz Fleming, take us to Sophomore years second semester in Giant Days Volume 7, which collects Issues #25-28 of the Eisner Nominated series....
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Giant Days, Vol. 7 (Giant Days #25-28) Reviews
Finishing up a new volume of Giant Days is such sweet sorrow, I want more!
While this wasn't one of my very favorite volumes, there's still an awful lot of greatness here: does Dean have a girlfriend??? What's making so much noise in the lockup in the middle of the night??? Why are Susan's sisters so terrible??? AND WHAT IS UP WITH (view spoiler)[Susan and McGraw OMG (hide spoiler)]?!?!?!
Plus, that time when McGraw shows up to do some major damage with a baguette? Classic!
Suzie, Esther, and Daisy are back for another volume, and thank goodness for it. This is the third volume from their second year, and it’s just about Christmas time for them (I love that the series doesn’t rush through the years like some other series would). Like the other volumes there’s a ton going on here, so it’s full of fun and chaos.
The beginning of this volume is definitely more focused on Suzie, while the middle starts shifting more towards Esther. The ending is more of ...more
One of my favorite series ever! Laugh out loud funny, I can’t get enough of the hilarity!!! Sooooo goooood!!!! 🤩👍😍
At this point, I love Giant Days so much that I get through a volume in one day. I related so much to Susan and her conundrum with having a herd of sisters. Six other people who can chronicle all your embarrassing moments. Hmm. Wonder why that felt familiar to me . . . And Esther's energy being usurped by a young group of protesters out to stop the monopoly of BestFresh, which is totally not Fresh & Easy, was fantastic.
I just really love this series and am so glad there is something out ther ...more
Note: Read as single issues #25-28. The following is a review of #27. As an aside, we do get to see the trio together in the last issue!
I sound like a broken record in my Giant Days reviews, but seriously, when are we going to see the trio together?! They’re off having their individual adventures and learning experiences, and that’s all very well, but I miss reading about their friendship! I mean, who are these random newbies and why do they get more airtime than Susan and Daisy?! And why do the ...more
More delightful escapades & the first hints of scandal brewing! By far my favorite mini episode this trade is the Dean MMO romance section, it's just so good and silly. Esther's protesting arch was a bit meh, I'd like to see a longer term story for her in the next we books. Such drama's coming in the next book I think *wrings hands in glee and distress*. On to the next one!
Another great volume.