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Giant Days Vol. 1 Paperback – December 1, 2015
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John Allison is the writer and artist of the webcomics Bobbins, Scary Go Round and Bad Machinery. He lives in Greater Manchester.
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Story wise, it is fun. The characters play off of each other in interesting ways. It is college drama stuff, so if you aren't a fan of such things, that would be bad. Personally, I'm generally not a fan of that genera, and feel as though this does it right, or at least differently.
I guess one of the things about it is that this isn't "girl sees dude, falls in love, etc. etc." Which can be a lot of school books with a female protagonist. And while a dude is there who probably will be the protagonists boyfriend... again... he isn't the sole focus. Who knows, maybe in later volumes I will eat the words on this post, but for now the characters feel more human. and I like that.
Seriously I love this art.
Each girl is very different and I appreciate the variety of their personalities yet how they can all be friends and really support and lookout for each other. Susan is this down to earth girl who we see get tangled in emotions over a guy. Esther appears to be this gothic chick yet she’s full of drama and adventure. Then there’s Daisy who is just a crack up and I’m leaving it to you to figure her out.
The artwork is fun and very cartoonish. I love that the story and art flow so seamlessly together and more than once it had me laughing out loud. For me this graphic novel is much more character driven than the plot, but it did still raise some social, personal, and moral issues which I enjoyed. These girls are so much fun and entertaining. I can’t wait to watch them grow through this journey they’re on.