SOLRAD Presents: The Lighthouse in The City – August 19-25








The Lighthouse in The City is a daily comic from Karl Christian Krumpholz (30 Miles of Crazy!The City Was Never Going to Let GoOne Minute to Wonderland) that began at the start of 2020 to document his wife’s then-upcoming surgery and recovery. The comic continued as issues of social isolation in society became forefront in everyone’s minds. The title comes from the idea of feeling isolated in an incredibly crowded place.

You can view new pages daily on Karl’s Instagram and Twitter accounts and past installments at his website.

The first collection of The Lighthouse in the City, which contains January-March of this series, is now available from Birdcage Bottom Books.


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