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Review
Today, SOLRAD's publisher takes a second look at Celine Loup's THE MAN WHO CAME DOWN THE ATTIC STAIRS published by Archaia in 2019.
Today on SOLRAD, we are featuring Tynan Stewart's in-depth look at the satirical features in the work of JOE SACCO.
Today on SOLRAD, Rob Kirby reviews NINETEEN by Ancco, published by Drawn and Quarterly, a book that describes the nervous liminality of late adolescence
Today on SOLRAD, we have a review from Joana Simão of WHERE IS AISHA? by Aisha Franz and published by Colorama Books
To end the week on SOLRAD, Ryan Carey Reviews WILLIAM SOFTKEY & THE PURPLE SPIDER By legendary cartoonist CF
Today on SOLRAD, new contributor Lane Yates reviews CRISIS ZONE by Simon Hanselman
Today on SOLRAD, Angela M. Sanchez looks at animal allegories to discuss systems of oppression in Blacksad: Arctic Nation, Maus, and, especially, Paru Itagaki’s Beastars manga,
We finish the week at SOLRAD with Ryan Carey's review of Giorgio Carpinteri’s latest, AQUATLANTIC, published by Fantagraphics
Today on SOLRAD, Keith Silva is back with a review of Katie Skelly's latest, MAIDS, published by Fantagraphics.
Today on SOLRAD, Tom Shapira reviews EX.MAG #1 from Peow Studio and examines if it truly works as a themed anthology.
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