Month

July 2022
Can you help Kricket with this whole 'rent' situation? Things get real in Reilly Hadden's Kricket the Cat on SOLRAD Presents.
In this month's Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities, Tânia A. Cardoso shows her growing appreciation of bikes now that she lives in The Netherlands.
Rob Clough is working through every single edition of NOW, the latest anthology project edited and curated by Eric Reynolds. Here's #3!
In this week's Lighthouse in the City on SOLRAD Present, Karl C. Krumpholz takes us on a dreamy, literary journey of seas, rivers, and lighthouses.
Kricket the Cat's financial woes continue to catch up with him in this new edition of Reilly Hadden's strip on SOLRAD Presents!
Isabelle Ryan returns to SOLRAD with a review of Yama Wayama's LET'S GO KARAOKE!, published by Yen Press in 2022.
Presto shares his absurdly lofty ambitions with Frown the Clown in today's ABRACADABARA strip from Micheal Aushenker and SOLRAD Presents.
Alex Hoffman takes a highly personal look at Mirion Malle's THIS IS HOW I DISAPPEAR, published in 2021 by D&Q. TW: depression, suicidal ideation.
The convention scene is bouncing back this year, and SOLRAD correspondent Pietro Scarnera files this report of the Montréal Comic Art Festival, which was held at the end of May this year.
The Lighthouse in The City is a daily comic from Karl Christian Krumpholz (30 Miles of Crazy!, The City Was Never Going to Let Go, One Minute to Wonderland) that began at the start of 2020 to document his wife’s then-upcoming surgery and recovery. The comic continued as issues of social isolation in society became forefront in everyone’s minds. The title comes...
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