Giant Days, Vol. 6 (Giant Days #6) by John Allison

Giant Days, Vol. 6 (Giant Days #6)

Esther, Susan, and Daisy have moved into their beautiful new house off campus, but the new living situation creates new challenges for the girls.Second year begins and Daisy, Susan, and Esther have taken their friendship commitment to the next level by moving into their “beautiful home” off-campus. But the keys didn’t come without new responsibilities. Unwanted suitor visits, a robbery, and Susan living only a few blocks apart from her ex-b...

Details Giant Days, Vol. 6 (Giant Days #6)

TitleGiant Days, Vol. 6 (Giant Days #6)
Release DateOct 24th, 2017
PublisherBOOM! Box
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Young Adult, Fiction, Contemporary, Humor, Graphic Novels Comics

Reviews Giant Days, Vol. 6 (Giant Days #6)

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    At this point I honestly feel like Susan and Esther and daisy are my friends and I just really love this series okay
  • Nat
    It felt so good to be back for another round of Giant Days, following our three wholesome “grown-up women in the modern world.”Second year begins and Daisy, Susan, and Esther have taken their friendship commitment to the next level by moving into their “beautiful home”, off-campus. But the keys didn’t come without a whole new level of responsibility. Unwanted suitor visits, a robbery, and Susan living only a few blocks apart from her ex...
  • David Schaafsma
    I read this months ago but forgot to review it, I guess. If you want the best review, read Sam's, for sure. But in Giant Days, Volume 6, the girls move into off-campus housing, which is good except they get burgled, and have to deal with a cranky old neighbour. I like the visit from Susan's macho Dad Big Geoff. I like Susan's ex, NcGraw, hanging around and being helpful. I like that Esther gets a job at the local comics shop (though she pretty mi...
  • Sam Quixote
    In Giant Days Volume 6, the girls deal with a burglary, a disastrous dinner party and a cranky old neighbour. Also, Susan gets sick and is nursed back to health by her pops Big Geoff, Esther gets a job at the local comics shop, and Daisy gets her first girlfriend, the wild and crazy German student Ingrid! I didn’t think I could love Giant Days more but then, during the burglary story, a David Caruso from CSI: Miami lookalike appeared and bumped...
  • karen
    review a-coming, but this one has some really cute moments!!
  • HFK
    Volume six in the Giant Days series was by far my favorite addition to this long running comic trip. And here is why:That killed me. I laughed my breath away, no kidding. That's one of the coolest popular culture references I have come across in any graphic series, and honestly was not expecting to experience those moments with Giant Days. Best part is - it really did come out of nowhere, taking you as a surprise.But, that is not the only reason ...
  • Melissa Chung
    Volume six! I would love to read these volumes forever. This one was a bit dramatic. Daisy is having love problems, Susan is dying of the plague (not really) and Esther just wants a job. Of course craziness ensues through out. Just a normal look at late teen girls in college...teehee, just kidding...about the normal part. By the way, where can I find clothes like Esther. To be so morbidly fashionable.
  • Artemy
    Yep. Still the best.
  • Red Panda
    Yet another phenomenally good volume of John Allison's Giant Days. I keep thinking the book is going to run out of steam at some point but with every issue that comes out it proves me wrong; I just find myself falling deeper and deeper in love with the characters!Tell you what, I recommend reading Sam's review HERE as he says everything I would have said but more coherently.
  • Maddie
    I love Ingrid and Big Geoff ❤ but McGraw and Susan need to figure their shit out. I love Ingrid and Big Geoff ❤️ but McGraw and Susan need to figure their shit out.
  • Derryn
    Back for a second year! Ester gets a new job! (Still a total babe!) Daisy is exploring her sexuality (still the sweetest)Susan is ill ( still tomboy with attitude)🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤
  • ashley (saidthestory)
    This series is so enjoyable. I love it beyond belief.
  • Rachel (Kalanadi)
    I need more!!!
  • Vanessa
    Yesssss, Giant Days is back on form with this volume! I enjoyed this one much more than Volume 5, which didn't engage me as much, but I really enjoyed all 4 stories in this one. I also really loved the artwork, which made character reactions even more funny. And Big Geoff! So glad I can continue loving this series.
  • Mehsi
    Another fabulous volume in the Giant Days series! I loved every page of it.
  • Cale
    This volume almost completely jettisons anything school related from the lives of heroines, focusing instead on their adventures in their new house. The issues are very episodic, with a home invasion story, Daisy's love interest story, a dinner party, and a sick Susan story. All of the episodes are enjoyable, although not quite up to the quality of some previous issues. Susan being sick and having a parent come take care of her does provide some ...
  • Kris - My Novelesque Life
    RATING: 4 STARS(Review Not on Blog)Another great collection of Giant Days - we get to see some of Daisy's past, Susan's dad and the girls get burgled. I keep forgetting that this graphic novel takes place in Britain, so I always get a bit confused when they make a mention.
  • Andrea Way
    This has a darker feel but still highly enjoyable.
  • Bookishrealm
    This was such a great installment to the series. I'm really enjoying learning so much about the characters and their journey through college. It's been so rewarding and hilarious. I don't want to say too much because this is the 6th volume but it was AMAZING!
  • Emily
    I will never tire of Esther, Daisy, and Susan! Every volume of Giant Days is a delight. John Allison has become one of my absolute favorites.
  • Kellie
    First book of the new year..But I really enjoy this series because it's extremely fun and easy to follow.
  • Kayla (BOOKadoodles)
    Ed: “You could always stop smoking.” Susan: “You could always stop having opinions.” My love for this series has no end!
  • Crowinator
    I love this series.
  • Chessa
    I love these girls so much. Lots of laugh-out-loud moments. I can’t believe I have to wait until March to read the next one! *cries*
  • Erika
    This series continues to be true to the characters and provide unique and wonderful content. It feels like going back to college and seeing all of my old friends, it's the closest I've been to seeing them again. I can not tell you how much I love this series and it's continued quality of content!!
  • RachaelM
    I love all of these but this was one of my favourites.
  • Chris Lemmerman
    If someone asks me what my favourite comic book is, I usually struggle to pick, because I read a hell of a lot. But from now on, I will tell them that my favourite book to read in trade is Giant Days, because this stuff is gold. Six volumes in and there's no let up - it's still as hilarious and heartwarming as it was when it started, with a dash of real world issues that hit close to home to top it all off.This volume sees the girls dealing with ...
  • Lara
    Sighhhhhhhhhh! It's always a happy, happy day when I get a new volume of Giant Days in the mail! And this one was totally back to form. The girls suffer a break-in, deal with a grouchy neighbor, and have a fancy, grown-up dinner party, Daisy and Ingrid hang out...a lot, Esther gets a new job, Ed despairs over his roommate situation, and we get to meet Susan's dad! It's greatness all around. I say this pretty much every volume, but I love them so ...
  • Amy
    Alright! That's it! I'm buying the whole lot of them! I can't even express how much I love these three (plus entourage) almost-grownup females as they figure out how to live semi-independently, how to love and lose responsibly (this episode had a lot of "it's the adult thing to do") and how to support each other. And it's so dang smart.
  • Alison
    This is one of the strongest ongoing comics I read, and I can't recommend it enough. The art style is delightful, and the story lines are always a mixture of touching and hilarious. This volume followed Daisy, Esther, and Susan as they learn more about "adulthood" and if this volume was any indication, they have a lot to learn still. I can't wait for the next volume.