Today, Sara L. Jewell reviews JOHN, DEAR by Laura Lannes, and considers its connections with Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s THE YELLOW WALLPAPER.
Graphic Medicine As Self-Discovery: Ryan Carey Reviews Vivian Chong And Georgia Webber’s DANCING AFTER TEN
To wrap up the week, SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey reviews DANCING AFTER TEN, a graphic memoir by Vivian Chong and Georgia Webber.
We cap the week with Ryan Carey's review of 920London, written and illustrated by Remy Boydell and recently published by Image Comics.
Today we introduce Belize City-based writer and teacher André Habet, who reviews SEASONAL SHIFT by Lala Albert from Breakdown Press.
Her Full Power as a Creator: Rob Kirby Reviews THE SKY IS BLUE WITH A SINGLE CLOUD by Kuniko Tsurita
Today Rob Kirby debuts at SOLRAD with a review of THE SKY IS BLUE WITH A SINGLE CLOUD, by Kuniko Tsurita and translated by Ryan Holmberg.
Ryan Carey is back with a new review, this time setting his sights on ALL-TIME COMICS ZEROSIS DEATHSCAPE - will he like what he sees?
Tom Shapira is back at SOLRAD and today he consider's Tom Scioli's book about Jack Kirby, and asks - is this really a biography?
A Beautiful Life Derived: Thoughts On Adrian Tomine’s THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG-DISTANCE CARTOONIST
Today, SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman considers the way that Adriane Tomine hides his life in plain sight in THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG-DISTANCE...
It’s The End Of The World As We Know It — Let’s Talk About Me: Ryan Carey Reviews Adrian Tomine’s THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG-DISTANCE CARTOONIST
Today, Ryan Carey reviews THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG-DISTANCE CARTOONIST and asks - why this, and whynow?
Today on SOLRAD, Nicholas Burman reviews THE MAN WITHOUT TALENT by Yoshiharu Tsuge, published by New York Review Comics in January 20.