With the upcoming anniversary of the Roe v. Wade overturning on June 24th, Joan Dark posits that COMICS FOR CHOICE has never been more relevant
Post-Internet Toronto: Towards Critical Histor(ograph)y of Independent Comics & The Dialectics of Technology and Visual Culture in Post-Internet Comics
Kim Jooha returns to SOLRAD with an examination of her curated “Post Internet Toronto” Exhibition and the Accompanying Interview Series at...
Whose Comics?: Refining, Defining, and Confining with Domingos Isabelinho’s THE READING GAZE by Hagai Palevsky
Today on SOLRAD, Hagai Palevsky returns with an essay that examines "What is Comics" and Domingos Isabelinho's THE READING GAZE
Today SOLRAD features the debut of writer Ayla Marsden who writes about the liberation through theaAbject in Kyoko Okazaki’s HELTER SKELTER
I MADE AI WRITE THIS ESSAY — Thoughts About Art, Capital, AI, and A Review of “This One Summer” by Jillian and Mariko Tamaki
Today on SOLRAD, Alex Hoffman shares his thoughts about Art, Capital, AI, and A Review of "This One Summer" by Jillian and Mariko Tamaki
Exhibition Report: Nicholas Burman on the GRAPHIC CONSTELLATION: Young Women Authors of Avant-garde Comics Exhibition at the CCCB in Barcelona.
Today on SOLRAD, Nicholas Burman visits the GRAPHIC CONSTELLATION: Young Women Authors of Avant-garde Comics Exhibition at the CCCB in Barcelona,...
Today on SOLRAD, Tynan Stewart's essay on MAUS NOW, edited by Hillary Chute, addresses the question, "Has MAUS's status as a timeless cultural...
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.