Giant Days: Extra Credit (Giant Days a-c)

Giant Days: Extra Credit (Giant Days a-c)

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 Head back to school with Esther, Susan, and Daisy in this collection of shorts and bonus material from Eisne...

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Title:Giant Days: Extra Credit (Giant Days a-c)
Author:John Allison
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1684152224
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Giant Days: Extra Credit (Giant Days a-c) Reviews

  • Crowinator
    Jul 20, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

  • Lara
    Jun 27, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

  • Jennifer
    Aug 08, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...

    This didn't add anything to the series for me, so rating it low. ...

    Although still fun, this collection was not as good as the others. It was a mish mash of stories that didn?t continue the story line in anyway; I?m guessing that?s why it?s called extra credit. ...

    I really love this series and I wanted to like this one. However, I was not impressed. Some stories had potential but they lost the ability to end an issue on a happy uplifting note. The alternate reality storyline was far too bleak before it got to the jokes. Funny moments didn't h...

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  • Nina
    Jul 01, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

  • Alissa
    Aug 06, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

  • Laine
    Aug 09, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

  • Shana
    Aug 08, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...

    This didn't add anything to the series for me, so rating it low. ...

  • Alex
    Jul 31, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

  • Kristin Boldon
    Aug 09, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    Jun 22, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

  • Frank Harris
    Jul 06, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...

    This didn't add anything to the series for me, so rating it low. ...

    Although still fun, this collection was not as good as the others. It was a mish mash of stories that didn?t continue the story line in anyway; I?m guessing that?s why it?s called extra credit. ...

    I really love this series and I wanted to like this one. However, I was not impressed. Some stories had potential but they lost the ability to end an issue on a happy uplifting note. The alternate reality storyline was far too bleak before it got to the jokes. Funny moments didn't h...

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    ...

  • Shayna Ross
    Jul 20, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

  • BJ
    Jul 25, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

  • Amy
    Jul 08, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Jul 09, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

  • Carl
    Jun 22, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

  • Adan
    Jun 30, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

  • Sarah
    Jun 28, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

  • P D
    Aug 01, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...

    This didn't add anything to the series for me, so rating it low. ...

    Although still fun, this collection was not as good as the others. It was a mish mash of stories that didn?t continue the story line in anyway; I?m guessing that?s why it?s called extra credit. ...

    I really love this series and I wanted to like this one. However, I was not impressed. Some stories had potential but they lost the ability to end an issue on a happy uplifting note. The alternate reality storyline was far too bleak before it got to the jokes. Funny moments didn't h...

    ...

  • Marti
    Jul 31, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...

    This didn't add anything to the series for me, so rating it low. ...

    Although still fun, this collection was not as good as the others. It was a mish mash of stories that didn?t continue the story line in anyway; I?m guessing that?s why it?s called extra credit. ...

    I really love this series and I wanted to like this one. However, I was not impressed. Some stories had potential but they lost the ability to end an issue on a happy uplifting note. The alternate reality storyline was far too bleak before it got to the jokes. Funny moments didn't h...

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    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Jodie
    Jul 23, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...

    This didn't add anything to the series for me, so rating it low. ...

    Although still fun, this collection was not as good as the others. It was a mish mash of stories that didn?t continue the story line in anyway; I?m guessing that?s why it?s called extra credit. ...

    I really love this series and I wanted to like this one. However, I was not impressed. Some stories had potential but they lost the ability to end an issue on a happy uplifting note. The alternate reality storyline was far too bleak before it got to the jokes. Funny moments didn't h...

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  • Katie Daud
    Jun 28, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...

    This didn't add anything to the series for me, so rating it low. ...

    Although still fun, this collection was not as good as the others. It was a mish mash of stories that didn?t continue the story line in anyway; I?m guessing that?s why it?s called extra credit. ...

    I really love this series and I wanted to like this one. However, I was not impressed. Some stories had potential but they lost the ability to end an issue on a happy uplifting note. The alternate reality storyline was far too bleak before it got to the jokes. Funny moments didn't h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Raymond Brooks
    May 18, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...

    This didn't add anything to the series for me, so rating it low. ...

    Although still fun, this collection was not as good as the others. It was a mish mash of stories that didn?t continue the story line in anyway; I?m guessing that?s why it?s called extra credit. ...

    I really love this series and I wanted to like this one. However, I was not impressed. Some stories had potential but they lost the ability to end an issue on a happy uplifting note. The alternate reality storyline was far too bleak before it got to the jokes. Funny moments didn't h...

  • JW
    Jun 27, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...

    This didn't add anything to the series for me, so rating it low. ...

    Although still fun, this collection was not as good as the others. It was a mish mash of stories that didn?t continue the story line in anyway; I?m guessing that?s why it?s called extra credit. ...

  • Kelly Dashiell
    Jul 14, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

  • Katja
    Aug 06, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

  • Greyson (Grey) Edwards [Use Your Words]
    May 31, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

  • Giselle A Nguyen
    Jun 24, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

  • Katie
    Aug 05, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

  • Rachel Musser
    Jun 26, 2018

    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 the heck is this Shelley Winters person and why should I care about her again? An...

    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 Christmas special that opens the volume is told in the form of a What If?, in which ...

    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 friends. Also, the introduction of Esther?s London friend Shelley is a great addition ...

    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 what I thought was new material. For completists only. Go read the ongoing series; it...

    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 result. ...

    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. ...

    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 stories or deliver any fun quotes. ...

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

    I read Giant Days: Extra Credit as single issues. Giant Days: Extra Credit is a collection of all the Giant Days short stories floating around out there. Included are the two largest; the Holiday Specials, as well as half a dozen other, much shorter, stories. Obviously since they?...

    Giant Days Series Ratings: Giant Days: Early Registration: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 1: ???? Giant Days, Vol. 2: ????? Giant Days, Vol. 3: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 4: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 5: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 6: TBR Giant Days: Extra Credit: TBR Giant Days, Vol. 7:...

    A couple years back, a coworker passed me the first volume of a new graphic novel, claiming I'd probably enjoy it. The book was John Allison's Giant Days and it was all about three college freshmen, each who is somewhat of a misfit, who'd become best friends. I read it and was hooked. ...

    I have been more than a little lukewarm on Giant Days lately. The first few volumes were truly something special, but ever since then I have basically read them because I felt like I had to. The three main characters are fantastic, but the stories surrounding them lately have not been....

    Yes, the first story was awesome, because the girls were just so... THEM! And I love them! And they'll find each other no matter what OF course. And Ed... haha. And McGraw! HA! But the other stories didn't hold my attention as much. The girls in London was kind of cute, and Shelley...

    with this volume of shorts, i'm realising the incredible artwork by lisa treiman is the real reason i read this series. there's something magical that happens with the combo of allison and treiman. i had a hard time paying attention to the other stories. ...

    Eh. Loved the first story - it was as lovable and zany and warm as ever. The other stories...got super weird. Like, "I forced myself to finish them"-weird. But I did finish them, so I guess I get extra credit now. ...

    This was so cute ...

    Fun additional stories for fans of the series. Doesn?t go anywhere near as in-depth as the regular trades but still good value ? visiting Shelley in London is the highlight. ...

    The first and third stories are the best, the rest were a little strange. ...

    A collection of short stories by three different artists, but still true to the nature of Giant Days. I look forward to another collection of extras in the future. ...

    Cute but non-essential filler, like the title says. ...

    3.75. Not my most favorite of the series. I liked the first story best. ...