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To end this week of reviews on SOLRAD, Ryan Carey reviews the super-hero revisionism of KANE AND ABLE by Shaky Kane and Krent Able, published by Image Comics
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?
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.
Today, Ryan Carey ends our week of reviews on SOLRAD with his look at SUPER! MAGIC FOREST by Ansis Purins, published by the always-interesting Revival House Press
Charles Hatfield reviews the middle-grade graphic novel THE CARDBOARD KINGDOM: ROAR OF THE BEAST by Chad Sell, a rare sequel that outshines its original
Rob Clough takes a look at AMERICAN CULTS, an anthology edited by Robyn Chapman and published by Silver Sprocket.
Ryan Carey professes his love for Love and Rockets with a review of Jaime Hernandez's latest collection, IS THIS HOW YOU SEE ME? from Fantagraphics.
Lane Yates returns to SOLRAD with a review of Nathan Cowdry's debut graphic novel, CRASH SITE, from Fantagraphics.
Keith Silva tells you everything you want to know (and probably some things you don't) about Jason Little's new comic THE VAGINA.
How deep down the conspiracy rabbit hole do you want to go? Ryan Carey asks the question about JIM LIVES By Paolo Baron And Ernesto Carbonetti.
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