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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.
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.
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