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Andrew Neal takes a crack at the 6 books nominated for this year's Eisner Award for Best Humor Publication - which one comes out on top? Anyone?
After dealing with a bunch of bullshit Instagram comics, Anna Sellheim is on the hunt for sincere depictions of female friendships in comics. What did she find? Find out!
Helen Chazan takes a look at another classic comic by Rumiko Takahashi, and professes her love for Kyoko Otonashi in a review that blends the critical with the personal.
Rob Clough takes a look at AMERICAN CULTS, an anthology edited by Robyn Chapman and published by Silver Sprocket.
Nick Burman returns to SOLRAD featuring a new comics anthology from Marc Charles and Extinció Edicions — Forn de Calç.
In a new essay, November Garcia gives strategies to overcome creative struggle, block, and burnout to fellow cartoonists.
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.
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