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Essay
Angela M. Sánchez returns to SOLRAD with an essay exploring Rumiko Takahashi's seminal manga InuYasha and the way it approaches mixed-race identity.
Today on SOLRAD, contributor Jonathan Gaboury reevaluates Nick Drnaso's SABRINA in light of the capitol riot and insurrection on January 6th, 2021.
Rob Clough provides a line-wide retrospective of the books Chris Gooch has published with Top Shelf, including a review of his most recent, Under-Earth.
We start our week at SOLRAD with Joana Mosi's extraordinarily deep dive on YA comics featuring the work of Mariko Tamaki, Jilian Tamaki, and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell.
Today, SOLRAD has the great pleasure to introduce editorial cartoonist Nhatt Nichols as she explores the history and future of local editorial cartooning.
Today, we follow up Ken Eppstein's stakeholder survey from May with the results and analysis from his latest work. This will be published as a two part series, and this is part 1.
Today, SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman considers the way that Adriane Tomine hides his life in plain sight in THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG-DISTANCE CARTOONIST.
Today, guest writer and cartoonist Anna Sellheim takes a crack at a popular genre of internet comic - the social media comic about mental health.
Today we are very pleased to present a long-form evaluation of the "live drawing" comics of Warren Craghead from F. Stewart-Taylor.
One of the earliest responses to racist police violence from the comics community was a brief-lived campaign of "comics against fascism." Our guest writer today evaluates that response and lays a foundation for thought about militating against fascism in the comics arts.