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To wrap up the week, lead critic Ryan Carey has a review of Blutch's MITCHUM, recently translated into English and published by New York Review Comics.
Ryan Carey kicks off our critical writing this week with thoughts on Connor WIllumsen's BRADLEY OF HIM, published in 2019 by Koyama Press.
Daniel Elkin reviews Victor Martins' CABRA CABRA which interrogates Martins' history and frustration with a story by Virgina Woolf.
To start the week, SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey takes a look at Colin Lidston's ongoing serial THE AGE OF ELVES from Paper Rocket Minicomics.
To wrap up manga week, Ryan Carey reviews OUTDOORS by Yuichi Yokoyama, translated and published by Breakdown Press in 2019.
Guest contributor Kayleigh Hearn reviews the long-awaited first volume of THE ROSE OF VERSAILLES, published in 2020 by Udon Entertainment.
Daniel Elkin considers the implications of Dead Dead Demon’s Dededede Destruction, a comic Inio Asano started writing in 2014, but seems tailor-made for this moment in the COVID-19 pandemic.
When the world is a buzzing hornet's nest of anxiety, where do you find respite? Alex Hoffman answers that question in his review of A Tropical Fish Yearns for Snow.
SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey takes a look at Michael DeForge's latest graphic novel, FAMILIAR FACE, published in 2020 by Drawn and Quarterly.
SOLRAD's contributing editor Rob Clough reviews Frank Santoro's latest graphic novel, PITTSBURGH, published in 2019 by New York Review Comics.
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