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Essay
Tony Wei Ling dissects the "valiant resistance" narrative of alt comics' history through a review of WE TOLD YOU SO: COMICS AS ART in this wide-ranging essay.
SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman would like to introduce you to the new Fieldmouse Press website! Check it out at www.fieldmouse.press and let us know what you think!
We are proud to bring you the latest in Tânia A. Cardoso's Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities series, titled STERK - enjoy!
Cisi Eze introduces SOLRAD readers to Lagos Comic Con and the Nigerian comics scene with this show feature and interview with Ayodele Elegba.
Hagai Palevsky gives us an extremely deep reading of the April 29th, 1987 Garfield strip by Jim Davis, and gives a spiritual look at the world of Garf.
Today we are very pleased to bring you the first of a monthly series by Tânia A. Cardoso, featuring her work on investigating embodied urban spaces.
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.
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