But overall, the characters in Giant Days face situations and feel in ways that mirror our own experiences and feelings. The difference lies in how we deal with them. While most of the issues are entirely common, the characters' uncommon methods of coping are what makes Giant Days so darn delightful. Read Full Review
The writing in Giant Days #8 is up and down. The dialogue is witty and humorous as ever, but this month's issue is full of scene jumps and whatever baffling nonsense Daisy is up to. Speaking of Daisy, the art really shines depicting her bizarre transformations. Whatever is up with Daisy is made much more believable through the renderings of her new, weird side. There's similar excellence with Esther's art, as she struggles to fit in with her new boyfriend's crowd. Giant Daysmay not be amazing, but it's a fun read. Read Full Review
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