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EXCL. PREVIEW: Esther Doesn't Need Your Money in "Giant Days" #13

EXCL. PREVIEW: Esther Doesn't Need Your Money in "Giant Days" #13

Daisy and Susan try to get Esther to come back to school in BOOM! Studios' 'Giant Days" #13 by John Allison, Max Sarin and Liz Fleming.

EXCL. PREVIEW: BOOM!'s "Giant Days" #10 Delivers Baby & Mama Drama

EXCL. PREVIEW: BOOM!'s "Giant Days" #10 Delivers Baby & Mama Drama

"Big Lindsay" comes to town with her baby, and some serious drama follows in BOOM! Studios' "Giant Days #10 by John Allison & Max Sarin.

Comics A.M. - Amarillo, Texas, Comic Store Robbed at Gunpoint

Comics A.M. - Amarillo, Texas, Comic Store Robbed at Gunpoint

Police search for suspect in armed store robbery! Remembering Shigeru Mizuki. Zunar's trial delayed! John Allison talks "Giant Days"! Plus more!

REVIEW: Allison & Treiman's "Giant Days" #1 is "a Fantastic Start"

REVIEW: Allison & Treiman's "Giant Days" #1 is "a Fantastic Start"

John Allison and Lissa Treiman "create a fresh start for this new miniseries" in "Giant Days" #1.

John Allison Revisits University Life in "Giant Days"

John Allison Revisits University Life in "Giant Days"

The "Scary Go Round" creator discusses bringing another webcomic to print in an all-new series showing the challenges of dorm life.

"Bad Machinery's" John Allison Talks 15 Years of Webcomics, Looks to the Future

"Bad Machinery's" John Allison Talks 15 Years of Webcomics, Looks to the Future

Creator John Allison discusses his decade-and-a-half of online comics, ending his five years on "Bad Machinery" and transitioning to print with Oni Press.

"Bad Machinery's" John Allison Opens "The Case of the Good Boy"

"Bad Machinery's" John Allison Opens "The Case of the Good Boy"

With a second print collection on the way from Oni Press, John Allison talks with ROBOT 6 about the past, present and future of his webcomic "Bad Machinery."

PRESS RELEASE: Oni Press Crafts John Allison's "Bad Machinery" Webcomic into Print

John Allisonâs "Bad Machinery"

John Allison’s "Bad Machinery"

Longtime web cartoonist John Allison talks about ending his long-running strip “Scary Go Round” and his new ongoing project “Bad Machinery,” featuring the unusual adventures of schoolchildren and footballers.

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