Month

April 2020
When the world is a buzzing hornet's nest of anxiety, where do you find respite? Alex Hoffman answers that question in his review of A Tropical Fish Yearns for Snow.
In this week's Near Death Flying Turtle, NDFT muses on desire, longing, and consumption.
In today's Kricket the Cat, Kricket meets some friends and has lunch. Kricket the Cat is self-published by Reilly Hadden.
SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey takes a look at Michael DeForge's latest graphic novel, FAMILIAR FACE, published in 2020 by Drawn and Quarterly.
Following up on our extract from Julian Brier's THE CATS OF OSTIA ANTICA, we have an interview with Ted Intorcio, the publisher of Tinto Press. Tinto is Kickstarting the publication of Brier's comic now.
Today we're excited to add another comic to our SOLRAD Presents imprint - Karl C. Krumpholz's THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, which chronicles his life in social isolation with his wife during the COVID-19 pandemic. This post contains daily comics from April 1st - April 7th.
Today we have an excerpt of Julian Brier's THE CATS OF OSTIA ANTICA, a new comic being Kickstarted by Tinto Press as a part of their 2020 season.
SOLRAD's contributing editor Rob Clough reviews Frank Santoro's latest graphic novel, PITTSBURGH, published in 2019 by New York Review Comics.
Today we are proud to introduce a new comic to SOLRAD Presents - Near Death Flying Turtle by Tom Lake. Near Death Flying Turtle presents the inner adventures and outer musings of a single turtle hurtling through the upper atmosphere.
In today's Kricket the Cat, Kricket meets a ghost. Kricket the Cat is self-published by Reilly Hadden.
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