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Ed Howard is back at SOLRAD with a review of the first two volumes of Josh Cotter's NOD AWAY from Fantagraphics. Enjoy!
To start the week, Ed Haynes brings us a review of QUIET THOUGHTS by Karen Shangguan, published in 2021 by Avery Hill Publishing.
Tasha Lowe-Newsome makes her SOLRAD debut with a review of the first two volumes of Steve Lafler's ongoing series 1956.
Tom Shapira brings in the New Year at SOLRAD with a review of Naoki Urasawa's ASADORA! vol. 1, published by Viz Media.
Alex Hoffman explores the link between culture and colonialism in his review of Lane Milburn's LURE, published earlier this year by Fantagraphics.
Tom Shapira returns to SOLRAD with a review of Yoshiharu Tsuge's RED FLOWERS, translated by Ryan Holmberg and published by Drawn & Quarterly in 2021.
We're proud to have Hagai Palevsky back at SOLRAD, this week with a must-read review of Zuo Ma's NIGHT BUS, published in 2021 by Drawn & Quarterly.
Helen Chazan is here to introduce you to Takao Shimura's EVEN THOUGH WE'RE ADULTS, published by Seven Seas and translated by Jocelyne Allen.
SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman returns from sick leave with a review of James Albon's THE DELICACY, published earlier this year by Top Shelf.
Tom Shapira takes a look at the recent re-release of Alberto Breccia's DRACULA, published this year by Fantagraphics.
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