Giant Days, Vol. 7 (Giant Days, #7) by John Allison

Giant Days, Vol. 7 (Giant Days, #7)

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 isn’t all that college holds in-store for these ladies--grocery store protests, family reunions, and even an MMORPG wedding are all on this semester’s docket.  John Allis...

Details Giant Days, Vol. 7 (Giant Days, #7)

TitleGiant Days, Vol. 7 (Giant Days, #7)
Release DateMar 27th, 2018
PublisherBOOM! Box
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Graphic Novels Comics, Young Adult, Fiction

Reviews Giant Days, Vol. 7 (Giant Days, #7)

  • Sam Quixote
    I’ve just emerged from the longest dry spell of reading any quality books I’d rate four stars or above in years - it’s been over a MONTH! So thank goodness that a new Giant Days arc drops just when I think I’ve got anhedonia. Seven - SEVEN! - books in and this title is still first class all the way. HOW ARE YOU DOING THIS, YOU MAD GENIUS JOHN ALLISON!!!?! Seriously, no other comics series I’ve read has been this consistently good. In Vo...
  • David Schaafsma
    Volume 7 of John Allison’s Giant Days is the tale of three roommates Susan, Esther, and Daisy, in their second year at uni, Sheffield. Susan goes home for Christmas to deal with all of her sisters and to try and reunite her parents. Esther becomes a supermarket protestor, and Daisy fights with Ingrid. Is that all?! Just try it and see what I mean when I say it is about not much and is still great.Allison is consistently funny with the dialogue,...
  • Vera
    3.75/5⭐I had only one laugh out loud moment in this volume but I still really enjoyed it. This is a series that I really never get tired of I’m always so excited to read them and I can’t wait for the next one. But now I have to wait till August to read the next one. 3.75/5⭐️I had only one laugh out loud moment in this volume but I still really enjoyed it. This is a series that I really never get tired of I’m always so excited to re...
  • Lauren
    Still a fabulous series! Not sure how Allison manages to keep coming up with these silly shenanigans.I have given this 4 stars because I’m not ‘feeling’ the relationship between Daisy and Ingrid. Looking forward to see if Susan and McGraw rekindle their romance, and I bloody love Esther. Why couldn’t I have been her growing up?
  • Carmen
    Don't mind me. I can't be objetive with these girls. I've just fallen for the Three of Them. The mess they are, how they grow up in each volume. Their University shennanigans, their friends, their families, everything is utter perfection. It is nostalgia of college years- how I wish my friends back then had been a bit like them- and current trendy problems, Irony and reality and a bit of mischief.One of life simple pleasures:)
  • Red Panda
    Another fantastic volume of Giant Days. This is fast becoming the comicbook I look forward to reading the most each month. It's always hilarious and Max Sarin's artwork gets better with every issue. Highly recommended.
  • Kayla (BOOKadoodles)
    I. Love. This. Series. So. Much.
  • ☄ n o v a
    There are few things in life I enjoy as much as I enjoy this series. If they made a tv show I’d be the happiest person alive. Also. McGraw is my favorite. And this particular volume made me so happy. Particularly the part where he came to the girls rescue wielding a loaf of bread 🥖 as a weapon. :PI have zero complaints about this one except why do I have to wait so long for the next one.
  • Chris Lemmerman
    The adventures of Susan, Esther, and Daisy continue as they tackle Christmas, a MMORPG wedding, a grocery store protest, and...chinchillas?The next four issues in the Giant Days saga are exactly what you expect them to be - laugh out loud funny, genuine, and so very real. The characters navigate love, life, and moral dilemmas while being outrageously entertaining along the way. The artwork even gets to go a little zany this time as a sleep-depriv...
  • Travis Duke
    Still giving me all the warm fuzzy and silly feelings 7 books later. After 7 books its still fresh and warmhearted the art is still really awesome, I cant really put my finger on the art... it is magical and fits the stories like a glove those expressive faces win me over every time. Susan's family was one of my favorites, loved seeing her sisters and talk about warm fuzzy feelings at the end... jeez. The Dean story was the weakest luckily Esther...
  • Chad Jordahl
    There were a couple of delightful chapters and a couple that I liked less than usual. Still loving these characters.
  • Mehsi
    Yay, a new Giant Days Volume, this time with Christmas, weird parents, bickering, romance, and more. The first chapter is all about Christmas! Normally I am not too big on reading out of season stories, but with the weather still being in winter-mode, I don't mind it that much. Plus it was fun to see the girls' families again. I did feel sorry for Susan though. All she wants is a fun family time, but instead she got sharks as sisters (with childr...
  • Devann
    Honestly I read so little contemporary / non SFF stuff that I have trouble rating this series but I've decided to just go by number of laugh out loud moments and also number of panels I screencap for my reviews and this volume had a TON so it's my first 5-star rating for this series. Honestly Esther and Ed are probably the two characters that are carrying this series the most for me at this point [although I do love all of the mains] and this vol...
  • Karyn Silverman
    Everything about this was perfect except that it ended. And also hope! There is hope for Susan-McGraw shippers again! Begone annoying Emilia! The Christmas stuff was delightful, I loved seeing Susan’s massive family. How long until the next volume? I don’t know if I can wait...
  • Sarah
    This might have been one of my favorite ones so far. Anything with Dean cracks me up, I know/work with a lot of people like him so I get tickled to see what ridiculously obnoxious things he does. I also love Ingrid and seeing her more was a treat.
  • Emily
    Always great to spend time with Esther, Susan and Daisy!
  • Anna
    I cannot resist these three ladies and their bad decisions. *smashes cup* Another!
  • Jennifer
    I'm just loving these books so much!
  • Sharni
    Finishing up a new volume of Giant Days is such sweet sorrow, I want more!
  • Julianne
    Ah, Giant Days just never disappoints.
  • Olivia
    Long live Giant Days!
  • Shelly
    Another great volume.
  • Sara
    One of my favorite series ever! Laugh out loud funny, I can’t get enough of the hilarity!!! Sooooo goooood!!!! 🤩👍😍
  • Sarah Sammis
    Christmas, confessions of an MMO junkie, protesting gentrification, and insomnia chinchillas.
  • Shayna Ross
    I still adore this series.
  • Xanthe
    All the stars! Still the best, though no one can convince me Dean is a funny character. Also, no one went to class in this one either. So absolutely true to life, then. I just love everything about this series.
  • S.
    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 ...
  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    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.(view spoiler)[ The beginning of this volume is definitely more focused on Suzie, while the middle s...
  • Amy
    For some reason, the last volume felt uninspired but this one felt a little bit more on track, if outlandishly goofy can be a track. Each chapter is a new adventure and it's never calm, always chaotic. There's usually a new event or emotion that leads into an adventure of sorts. Spoiler alert:-The Christmas tale was the most adorable chapter (I'm a sucker for Christmas). Susan's father misplaces a cup in the cupboard and Susan's mother blows up a...