Aria Villafranca makes her debut at SOLRAD with a review of Molly Ostertag's THE GIRL FROM THE SEA, published by Scholastic Graphix in 2021.
Ed Howard is back at SOLRAD with a review of THE FLOATING BRIDGE #1, self published by Scottish cartoonists Rob Churm and Malcy Duff.
Charles Hatfield is back with a review of Harriet Tubman: Toward Freedom by Whit Taylor and Kazimir Lee, published by Little Brown Books for Young Readers.
Today, Rob Clough has a review of Ben Towle's FOUR-FISTED TALES, published by the Dead Reckoning imprint at the Naval Institute Press in 2021.
Tom Shapira is back at SOLRAD with a review of NIGHT HUNTERS by Alexis Ziritt, Dave Baker, and Robert Negrete, published by Floating World Comics.
For your Monday morning, André Habet takes a deep dive on Kawakatsu Tokushige's "Telephone, Sleep, Music," published in Glaeolia 2 from Glacier Bay Books.
In his last column as SOLRAD's lead critic, Ryan Carey takes on Joe Casey and Benjamin Marra's vanity project JESUSFREAK, published in 2019 by Image.
We welcome cartoonist Ruby May Valentine as a SOLRAD contributor with a review of Junji Ito's adaptation of NO LONGER HUMAN by Osamu Dazai.
Hagai Palevsky makes his debut at SOLRAD with an analysis of THE LONGEST DAY OF THE FUTURE and SOFT CITY. Your must read of the week!
To finish out the week, Ryan Carey takes a hard look at BLOSSOMS IN AUTUMN by Zidrou and Aimee de Jongh, published by SelfMadeHero in 2019.
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