There have been many famous issue 37s, like issue 37 of the Incredible Hulk, where Bruce Banner buys a rowing boat (big mistake) and issue 37 of Green Arrow (where Oliver Queen buys a speedboat to his eternal regret), but perhaps the greatest issue 37 of all time is GIANT DAYS 37 by me, MAX SARIN (art), WHITNEY COGAR (colours) and JIM CAMPBELL (letters). In this issue, Daisy has to sort everything out; find out if she does at your local comic shop or on Comixology.
In comic shops this week and bookshops next, The Case Of The Lonely One is now available in a new, handy-sized format. Learn how to be a right good laugh once people get to know you, all over again! From Oni Press!
And there’s more to come, with volumes 5 (June) and 6 (October) due in the next few months! Enjoy the new covers…
In one of the stranger events of my career, Giant Days has been adapted into a prose novel by British author Non Pratt, for US publishing monolith Abrams Books. Non, author of “Remix”, “Trouble” and “Unboxed”, is the safest pair of hands I could have placed my characters in. She has written a very funny book, all the while utilising “well organised notes” and “research”, two things that I have heard about but never really investigated. And her attention to detail on remaining canonical meant I had to answer a lot of difficult (but important) questions.
I whole-heartedly endorse this bizarre off-shoot of my tiny comics empire. I also endorse the cover featuring models dressed up as characters I invented. Bananas.