Big Girls #4

Big Girls #4

$3.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W/A/CA) Jason Howard
Wherein we find out why High Marshall Tannik is such a bad guy. Or is he?! Also, mistakes have consequences - Ember's, Gulliver's, Martin's… even yours!
Date Available: 11/18/2020
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


You'd be forgiven for thinking 'Big Girls', in which little boys grow up into giant monsters and a few girls grow up to be the level headed ones who keep them in check was some sort of social commentary. It is. Just not the one you think.

Jason Howard brings his series to the brink of conclusion with cities, relationships, and an understanding of what's happening all on the brink of destruction.

Who are the real bad guys? Everyone. In almost every situation, there are men and women who are making things worse. Jason Howard is not one of them. This book rolls with movement and force in the illustration, and his thick scritchy inks seal the deal. Even a static panel is in motion. If you're looking for a pretend gender conflict via Evangelion via 'good people on both sides' via "I'd kill a million people to save my son, wait that's not a quote from anything!", this is THE book for you.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W/A/CA) Jason Howard
Wherein we find out why High Marshall Tannik is such a bad guy. Or is he?! Also, mistakes have consequences - Ember's, Gulliver's, Martin's… even yours!
Date Available: 11/18/2020
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


You'd be forgiven for thinking 'Big Girls', in which little boys grow up into giant monsters and a few girls grow up to be the level headed ones who keep them in check was some sort of social commentary. It is. Just not the one you think.

Jason Howard brings his series to the brink of conclusion with cities, relationships, and an understanding of what's happening all on the brink of destruction.

Who are the real bad guys? Everyone. In almost every situation, there are men and women who are making things worse. Jason Howard is not one of them. This book rolls with movement and force in the illustration, and his thick scritchy inks seal the deal. Even a static panel is in motion. If you're looking for a pretend gender conflict via Evangelion via 'good people on both sides' via "I'd kill a million people to save my son, wait that's not a quote from anything!", this is THE book for you.


I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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