Previous | Next Christmas joy and celebration! That’s what you might think you’re getting when you open up the seventh volume of Giant Days, the greatest most wonderful-est life-sliced comedy graphic novel out there. This issue centres around Susan’s return home and the way she feels towards her mummy is the way all of us... Continue Reading →
Hi, folks! I thought I'd try a new thing this month and talk about the books I hope to read this coming month - there are quite a few of them, but I am confident I can get through a good amount of them! https://youtu.be/94rF27IRby8 What are you reading over the month of May?
Previous | Next My, but it has been a while since last I spoke about John Allison and Max Sarin's exceptional Giant Days series, hasn't it? Has a more charming slice-of-life tale ever been penned and drawn with such effortless skill? I've certainly never seen anything of the kind, though if you have, please let... Continue Reading →
Previous | Next Hello, friends! Have you heard the word? No, it's not "bird," you brain-addled madperson, it's "brilliant" or "fun" or "stellar"--fine, fine, that's plenty of words. All of them, however, are perfect in encapsulating every single volume of Giant Days I've read thus far; the fourth volume is no exception. This volume opens... Continue Reading →
It is a fool who pushes his favourite new mania to the side, only to return and review it six months later! Yes, I did it, and I accept my guilt with a bowed head. Whatever the circumstances of 2020--and aren't they a thrill?--mine is a sin not to be underestimated. I've ignored my sacred duty to spread the word about John Alison's wonderful Giant Days too long...
April was a great month for the blog in terms of views, my best to date! I had over seven hundred views which, granted, is what anyone who is anyone gets in a microsecond - but I'm well-pleased with it. What do I owe that to? I Experienced A New World With The Girl and... Continue Reading →
This is my new comic book addiction, I just know it. In this slice-of-life, first-year university friends and roommates Susan Ptolemy, Esther de Groot and Daisy Wooton have plenty to teach us about friendship, relationships and comedic timing. Also, holding grudges against moustachioed men. In this story of doom and wonderful drama, Esther de Groot... Continue Reading →