SOLRAD Presents: This Story is Not About Me by Omer Hoffmann

Today we are pleased to bring another set of comics to our SOLRAD Presents imprint. The fine folks of the Humdrum Collective, based out of Israel, have worked with us to bring some of the comics from their anthology projects to the web.

Humdrum Comics Collective is a group of six Israeli cartoonists, illustrators and multi-media artists. We collaboratively produce annual themed anthologies featuring guest artists, as well as exhibitions, festivals, workshops and other comics initiatives.  The members of Humdrum are: Omer HoffmannHila Noam, Dan AllonHadar ReuvenOvadia Benishu, and Keren Katz. Our books are designed by Gnat Micro Press designer Maya Marom. 

Our first selection is entitled This Story is Not About Me by Omer Hoffmann. It was published in the Humdrum anthology Hideout, which was nominated for the official selection of Angoulême Comics Festival 2019.

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