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Ryan Carey
Ryan Carey wraps up our week at SOLRAD with a review of the "topical, relevant, and necessary" WINDOWS ON THE WORLD from Fantagraphics.
Ryan Carey wraps up our week at SOLRAD with a review of Art Young's Inferno, originally published in 1934 and now published in an original art edition by Fantagraphics.
Ryan Carey evaluates the constant re-invention of Casanova Frankenstein's Tad Martin with his review of TEARS OF THE LEATHER-BOUND SAINTS.
SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey takes a look at the simultaneously immersive and alienating EIGHT-LANE RUNAWAYS, which comes out next week from Fantagraphics.
Ryan Carey takes some time today to explore the fragmented nature of THE MARCHENOIR LIBRARY by Alex Degen, published by Secret Acres earlier this year.
Today's review from Ryan Carey explores the personal and political YEAR OF THE RABBIT, published earlier this year by Drawn and Quarterly.
Today, Ryan Carey takes us through Chris Cajero Cilla's latest one-man anthology, THE SLEEP GAS, published by Fantagraphics Underground in 2019.
Today we kick off another SOLRAD book club with a week of coverage of Anna Haifisch's THE ARTIST: THE CIRCLE OF LIFE. Ryan Carey takes point.
To round out the week, Ryan Carey takes a look at Kevin Mutch's new book from Fantagraphics, The Rough Pearl.
SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey takes a look at BIG DRINK, a 2019 self-published comic by Max Huffman.
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