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Ryan Carey
To wrap up manga week, Ryan Carey reviews OUTDOORS by Yuichi Yokoyama, translated and published by Breakdown Press in 2019.
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.
For our kid-lit week, SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey takes a look at the Ben Sears' latest Double+ Adventure comic, House Of The Black Spot, published in 2019 by Koyama Press.
SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey examines the story of Frank "Big Black" Smith and the Attica prison rebellion of 1971, as told in the new comic Big Black: Stand At Attica.
Ryan Carey takes a crack at the surreal, bizarre, and outrageous The Pits of Hell, by Ebisu yoshikazu, published in English in 2019 by Breakdown Press.
SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey takes issue with Will Dinski's “reality-based” fiction comic Holy Hannah, published by Uncivilized Books in 2019.
SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey evaluates the singularity and insularity of Eric Haven's Cryptoid, published in February by Fantagraphics.
Critic Ryan Carey reviews the final installment of INK BRICK, an anthology of comics poetry published by Alexander Rothman since 2013.
Today at SOLRAD, Ryan Carey examines Ben Passmore's latest book SPORTS IS HELL in the context of the current political climate.
Continuing our RUSTY BROWN book club week, critic Ryan Carey examines the book through a question - how do people end up in the fixes they're in?
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