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Ryan Carey
We're wrapping up the week at SOLRAD with Ryan Carey's review of Gipi's ONE STORY, published by Fantagraphics earlier this year.
Today, lead critic Ryan Carey sits down with Julia Gfrörer to discuss her oeuvre and the recent release of VISION, published by Fantagraphics.
To wrap up our week here at SOLRAD, lead critic Ryan Carey examines the excess depravity of Johnny Ryan's PRISON PIT: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION.
To wrap up the week, SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey reviews DANCING AFTER TEN, a graphic memoir by Vivian Chong and Georgia Webber.
We cap the week with Ryan Carey's review of 920London, written and illustrated by Remy Boydell and recently published by Image Comics.
Ryan Carey is back with a new review, this time setting his sights on ALL-TIME COMICS ZEROSIS DEATHSCAPE - will he like what he sees?
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.
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