Giant Days: Extra Credit

Giant Days: Extra Credit

Head back to school with Esther, Susan, and Daisy in this collection of shorts and bonus material from Eisner-nominated series Giant Days.

Featuring “universally beloved” terror Desmond Fishmen, the magic of London at Christmastime, off-beat music festivals, and an extra-special what-if story in which Susan, Esther, and Daisy never became friends!

John Allison (Bad Machinery, Scary Go Round) and illustrators Jenn St-Onge, Lissa Treiman, and Caanan Grall take us to Sheffield University for bonus coursework and new stories from the Giant Days Holiday Specials, and BOOM! Box Mix Tapes.

Title:Giant Days: Extra Credit
ISBN:9781684152223
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About John Allison

John Allison is the author and artist of the British webcomics


    Giant Days: Extra Credit Reviews

  • Rod Brown

    Probably more like 2.5 stars. Not as fun as the mother series.I liked the lead story, a What If? spoof that looks at what would have happened if Esther, Susan and Daisy hadn't met and become friends o...

  • Lara

    5 stars for the first story!!! This one was so very perfect and it made me super happy. I love these girls so so much. I know, I always say that. Buuuut, then everything else happens and...ok, so, who...

  • Robin Stevens

    So charming, such fun (14+)*Please note: this review is meant as a recommendation only. If you use it in any marketing material, online or anywhere on a published book without asking permission from m...

  • Kristin Boldon

    Giant Days is perhaps my favorite ongoing comic, but this collection of holiday issues (which I already had and disnt love) and a few old strips (which weren't that good) made me feel duped for buying...

  • Amy

    Sort of an odds and ends edition (Christmas episode, a what-if-we-never-met? episode etc). That was fun if only because I’ve been waiting so long for this edition but ultimately didn’t further any...

  • Katja

    My first ever three star rating for a Giant Days book, but: The one minus star is for the publisher, since I already knew some of the stories from the Christmas extra and felt a bit cheated as a resul...

  • Carl

    Not essential but still mostly fun. Visiting Shelley in London is good; Desmond Fishman is bad (as usual)....

  • Sarah

    Definitely a fun volume, but it wasn't quite up to snuff with the continued arc of the series. If you enjoy the main series these little side stories are definitely worth reading I think....

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Giant Days really can do no wrong. These supplementary stories taken from some Boom! holiday specials and mix-tape issues are just as much fun as the main series, which is already immensely fun.The Ch...

  • Adan

    A fun bunch of short stories featuring Susan, Esther, and Daisy, and occasionally Ed and McGraw. My favorite was the opening story, about what might have happened if the three girls hadn’t become fr...