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SOLRAD ends its spring break with a new essay from Rob Clough on the mini comics of Corinne Halbert. Enjoy!
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.
Today Patrick L. Kennedy returns to SOLRAD with thoughts on THOMAS NAST: A LIFE IN CARTOONS, a virtual graphic biography presented by the Massachusetts Historical Society and the Boston Comics Roundtable.
Today on SOLRAD, Ken Eppstein continues to look at the economics of comics -- specifically the effect "special guests" have on other vendors at comic shows -- and comes up with an intriguing thesis.
We wrap up our discussion of Peter Gallagher's HEATHCLIFF with a wide-ranging essay from F. Stewart-Taylor featuring Brian Eno's Oblique Strategies, Dada, B Kliban, and Barthes. Enjoy!
What does Heathcliff the cat have to do with neural nets and the American Dream? More than you think, argues SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman.
Tom Shapira kicks off our HEATHCLIFF week with an introduction to George Gallagher's chaotic Dadaist newspaper comic.
We're kicking off Heathcliff week with an essay/feature/interview with SOLRAD contributor and cartoonist Andrew Neal - enjoy!
For our final feature on Mr. Boop, F Stewart-Taylor examines the way Mr. Boop interacts with corporate ownership, desire, and copyright.
This week as a part of our multi-piece analysis of Mr. Boop, the 2020 comic by Alec Robbins, critic and cartoonist Lane Yates confesses - it's not you, it's me.
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