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In a new essay, November Garcia gives strategies to overcome creative struggle, block, and burnout to fellow cartoonists.
We welcome Tony Wei Ling to SOLRAD today for a wide-ranging essay on Anneli Henriksson's CALIFORNIA from Caboose Press. Don't miss it!
Kim Jooha returns to SOLRAD to make the case for a categorization of comics called Navigating Space Comics, and provides an audit of recent work to make her case.
Joana Simão returns to SOLRAD with a wide-ranging essay on the ways that an artist's growing pains are depicted through comics, with a focus on the work of Anna Haifisch and Walter Scott.
We wrap up our discussion of Peter Gallagher's HEATHCLIFF with a wide-ranging essay from F. Stewart-Taylor featuring Brian Eno's Oblique Strategies, Dada, B Kliban, and Barthes. Enjoy!
What does Heathcliff the cat have to do with neural nets and the American Dream? More than you think, argues SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman.
We're kicking off Heathcliff week with an essay/feature/interview with SOLRAD contributor and cartoonist Andrew Neal - enjoy!
Today we welcome comics critic Helen Chazan to the SOLRAD fold with an essay on Rumiko Takahashi's "Mermaid's Scar" published in Mermaid Saga #2 from Viz Media.
For our final feature on Mr. Boop, F Stewart-Taylor examines the way Mr. Boop interacts with corporate ownership, desire, and copyright.
This week as a part of our multi-piece analysis of Mr. Boop, the 2020 comic by Alec Robbins, critic and cartoonist Lane Yates confesses - it's not you, it's me.
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