Daisy struggles with the persistent advances of Ingrid Oesterle, Esther gets the call from the Dark Nebula to be a comic shop employee, and Susan finally saves up enough money to buy a scooter that she's too afraid to ride.
An engaging romance between Daisy and Ingrid that leads to massive changes in her character as falling in love at 19 only can along with the usual humorous cartooning of Max Sarin and Liz Fleming, insightful characterization from John Allison, and wacky color palette from Whitney Cogar shows that Giant Days #22 is still the best slice of life comic going into 2017. Also, I'm a little too excited to see Esther's reactions to working at a comic book shop in future issues. Read Full Review
Compared to some of the previous issues of Giant days that I have this one seems a lot darker with its subject matter, or perhaps that is just my reading of it. It still has its usual comic tones to the subject matter, but it is clearly setting itself up to teach Daisy a hard life lesson. Or perhaps it won't and things will work out for her really well. The thing about relationships is they are impossible to predict. Read Full Review
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