Lauren Barnett has been making comic strips that express the unique frustration, humor, and absurdity that is living during the pandemic. We are excited to bring these comics to you on SOLRAD Presents!
Ever since the COVID-19 quarantine, Lauren Barnett has been making comic strips that express the unique frustration, humor, and absurdity that is living during the pandemic. We are excited to bring these comics to you on SOLRAD Presents!
Papercutz recently published the first few volumes of Asterix, the classic French comic from Uderzo and Goscinny. Patrick L. Kennedy sat down with series translator Joe Johnson to talk about his work on the books.
Today, SOLRAD Presents is excited to start publishing Danger Diver by Jef Harmatz. Danger Diver is a weekly comic strip where our intrepid narrator explores the curiosities that lurk at the bottom of the ocean. As below, so above.
Today we're introducing a new voice to SOLRAD Presents - Ellen O'Grady with her new series 55 COMICS. The first piece in the series is about Pittsburgh's Freedom House Ambulance Services, which operated from 1967 to 1975.
Since we took a week off last week, we'll have two installations of Karl C. Krumpholz's The Lighthouse in The City. This week, Karl encounters the antiracist, anti-police protests in Denver, and deals with the constant drone of helicopter blades.
One of the earliest responses to racist police violence from the comics community was a brief-lived campaign of "comics against fascism." Our guest writer today evaluates that response and lays a foundation for thought about militating against fascism in the comics arts.
In this week's collection of The Lighthouse in The City, Karl gets a case of COVID-induced paranoia. PLUS! Thoughts on getting out and smelling the ozone, the blankness of existence in isolation, and creepy hugs.
Today, as part of a longer conversation about the economics of comics arts and the function of nonprofit organizations in this space, we present preliminary results from Ken Eppstein's comics arts stakeholder survey.
In this week's collection of The Lighthouse in The City, Karl examines his neighborhood's shuttered streets, deals with an Olive Garden knucklehead, revisits The Howling, and overhears a conference call.