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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!
Jonathan Shipley gives modern-day readers a look into MARTIN LUTHER KING AND THE MONTGOMERY STORY, a comic that helped spur the Civil Rights Movement.
Comics can come from anywhere, as evidenced by Patrick Kuklinski's debut at SOLRAD, in this deep dive into Neopets culture and the Neopian Times.
Helen Chazan brings us a beautiful essay on Rumiko Takahashi's URUSEI YATSURA, and finding her own story in Ryunosuke Fujinami.
Happy Monday! Today Angela M. Sánchez has a wide-ranging essay featuring the past, present and future of Mesoamerican stories and representation in comics and other media.
Carrie McClain returns to SOLRAD with an in-depth review of Kaori Ozaki's comic the gods lie, published in English by Vertical/Kodansha in 2016.
Today for SOLRAD, Canadian cartoonist Patrick Allaby considers the comics performance and its ephemerality in an essay about his practice and the practice of others.
In an essay of five parts, Jonathan Gaboury considers "Little Ones" by Gilbert Hernandez, its plurality of voices, and the hardcover treatment it doesn't need.
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.
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.
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