Ryan Carey reviews Drawn to Berlin, an autobiography and documentation of the migrant crisis in Europe, published in 2018 by Fantagraphics.

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Essays & Interviews

Feature: Tim Hayes Considers The Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec by Jacques Tardi

This week's featured author, Tim Hayes, considers The Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec by Jacques Tardi and the turbulence of pre-WWII Europe.

Choosing What Is Seen: Aimee de Jongh’s Taxi! and Jon McNaught’s Kingdom

To kick off our Euro Comics week, Rob Clough examines the way that cartoonists use drawing and page design, featuring Taxi! by Aimée de Jongh and Kingdom by Jon McNaught.

Exploring The Concept of Intentionality in Art Comics – Kimball Anderson

Today's guest author is Kimball Anderson. Anderson makes comics about the experience of illness and disability, and in this feature, explores the concept of "intentionality" in art comics.

Why Make Comics About Your Life? November Garcia Muses on Autobio Comics and Their Makers

Our guest writer this week is November Garcia, a cartoonist whose autobiographical work has been celebrated for its wit and tenderness. Today November reflects on memoir and some of her favorite cartoonists that make it.

Original Comics

Today, SOLRAD is pleased to present our first original comic, Hellmouth by Julia Gfrörer. Julia Gfrörer is a cartoonist, illustrator, and author based in New York whose transgressive horror comics have been published by Fantagraphics, and have appeared in Best American Comics, Kramer’s Ergot, Cicada Magazin, Black Eye, and Study Group Magazine. Her latest graphic...

Original Comics

Today, SOLRAD is pleased to present our first original comic, Hellmouth by Julia Gfrörer. Julia Gfrörer is a cartoonist, illustrator, and author based in New York whose transgressive horror comics have been published by Fantagraphics, and have appeared in Best American Comics, Kramer’s Ergot, Cicada Magazin, Black Eye, and Study Group Magazine. Her latest graphic...

Reviews

You, Too, Will Be “Drawn To Berlin”

Ryan Carey reviews Drawn to Berlin, an autobiography and documentation of the migrant crisis in Europe, published in 2018 by Fantagraphics.

What is “Home”? Daniel Elkin Reviews The House by Paco Roca

Today as part of our Euro-comics week, SOLRAD Editor-in-Chief reviews The House by Paco Roca, published by Fantagraphics in 2019.

Choosing What Is Seen: Aimee de Jongh’s Taxi! and Jon McNaught’s Kingdom

To kick off our Euro Comics week, Rob Clough examines the way that cartoonists use drawing and page design, featuring Taxi! by Aimée de Jongh and Kingdom by Jon McNaught.

“MacDoodle St.” Exists At The Intersection Of The Everyday And The Absurd

To wrap up the week, Ryan Carey reviews MacDoodle St. by Mark Alan Stamaty from New York Review Comics.

Updates from the Editor

This Month @ SOLRAD: February 2020

SOLRAD publisher Alex Hoffman lays out the plan for February 2020, and asks for your support.

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