Nobody knows why the skyscraper-sized mechs known as ‘Giga’ fought their bitter, centuries’ long war. All they know is that when the fighting finally stopped, the dormant Giga became humanity’s new habitat and new gods in one. When disgraced engineer Evan Calhoun finds an apparently murdered Giga, his society and the fascistic tech-centered religious order that controls it are rapidly thrown into chaos.


"This really is a series for fans of the weirder side of comic books and science-fiction. In terms of detail drenched worlds, comic fans can't do much better than Giga #1."

Screen Rant

"GIGA #1 reads like the beginning of something exciting. It feels like a well-thought-out sci-fi series that is bound to reward its readers over time."

AV Club

"Giga #1 is a job well done in every aspect, with a story that intrigues and creates the feeling that the deeper we invest with every issue, the more it will reward. It feels like a peek into a fully-formed society in the future, and Paknadel impresses with his balance between small doses of exposition and restraint."

Bleeding Cool

"The visuals are soaring, the characters complex and human, and the struggles feel immediate in spite of their alien setting. This is more than a good pitch, it’s the rare idea that delivers upon the promises of grand ideas with a well told story and I, for one, am ready to read more."


"Alex Paknadel continues to impress with this book."

Comic Crusaders

"It's Shakespeare. An Empire on the brink. It's tragic. Above all, 'Giga' is ambitious storytelling."

Nine Panel Press