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Essay
Today on SOLRAD, Bradathon Nu returns with an essay exploring the nature of "creepiness" in the work of artist Masaaki Nakayama
Today on SOLRAD, cartoonist Rachel Lindsay makes a case against autobio comics and explains why she will keep making them.
Leo Flemisch makes his SOLRAD debut looking at the work of accomplished manga artist Taiyō Matsumoto and the theme of childhood and friendship running through his work.
Today on SOLRAD, John McNamee explores the cartoonist Jason’s desire to create a body of work that explores the enigma of the unsaid.
Today on SOLRAD: The Brutal Endeavor — Tasha Lowe-Newsome Reviews Above the Dreamless Dead: World War I in Poetry and Comics
Today on SOLRAD, Kawai Shen examines what is missing in the dialogue surrounding Kate Beaton's DUCKS and the consequences of that absence.
In this wide-ranging essay, SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman discusses the different aspects of Maus and comic's love-hate relationship with transgression (often for transgression's sake).
Today on SOLRAD, Tony Wei Ling returns with a masterful essay trying to understand the relationship between comics and the abstract.
Patrick Kuklinski takes us back into the internet of fandom with an overview of The Warriors comics, both official and fan-made, in his latest essay. Enjoy!
Tom Shapira returns to SOLRAD with an essay about Bernie Krigstein's work in EC Comics, with a special focus on Four Color Comics #1309.
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