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Tom Shapira
Who criticizes the critics? Tom Shapira does, in this review of Jeremy Dauber's AMERICAN COMICS: A HISTORY, from W. W. Norton.
Tom Shapira brings in the New Year at SOLRAD with a review of Naoki Urasawa's ASADORA! vol. 1, published by Viz Media.
Tom Shapira returns to SOLRAD with a review of Yoshiharu Tsuge's RED FLOWERS, translated by Ryan Holmberg and published by Drawn & Quarterly in 2021.
Tom Shapira takes a look at the recent re-release of Alberto Breccia's DRACULA, published this year by Fantagraphics.
Tom Shapira is back at SOLRAD with a review of NIGHT HUNTERS by Alexis Ziritt, Dave Baker, and Robert Negrete, published by Floating World Comics.
Tom Shapira kicks off our HEATHCLIFF week with an introduction to George Gallagher's chaotic Dadaist newspaper comic.
Tom Shapira returns to SOLRAD with a review of the horror comics POCKET CHILLERS #1-3 by Douglas Noble and Sean Azzopardi.
Today, Tom Shapira returns to SOLRAD to review The Eternaut 1969, published in 2020 by Fantagraphics Books.
Tom Shapira is back at SOLRAD with a review of Andi Watson's Kafkaesque graphic novel THE BOOK TOUR, published last month by Top Shelf.
Tom Shapira sat down with Rutu Modan for a lengthy interview about her history in comics, her most recent work, and all the space in-between.
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