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Today on SOLRAD, contributor Jonathan Gaboury reevaluates Nick Drnaso's SABRINA in light of the capitol riot and insurrection on January 6th, 2021.
Marking his SOLRAD debut, Ashton Rice interviews cartoonist and SCAD professor Brian Ralph about making art, social media, and staying inspired.
Today we welcome comics scholar Craig Fischer to SOLRAD to review Michel Rabagliati's latest graphic novel, PAUL AT HOME, from Drawn and Quarterly.
Tom Shapira sat down with Rutu Modan for a lengthy interview about her history in comics, her most recent work, and all the space in-between.
SOLRAD has partnered with Noah Van Sciver to publish a selection of his Cartoonist Chats videos! Today we feature his discussion with Anders Nilsen.
Today on SOLRAD, Rob Kirby reviews NINETEEN by Ancco, published by Drawn and Quarterly, a book that describes the nervous liminality of late adolescence.
We're pleased to have Rob Clough back at SOLRAD with his latest full length review, this time of I KNOW YOU RIDER by Leslie Stein.
We finish the week at SOLRAD with Ryan Carey's review of Walter Scott’s latest, WENDY, MASTER OF ART, published by Drawn & Quarterly earlier this year.
Recent events in U.S. politicts have pushed R. Sikoryak's CONSTITUTION ILLUSTRATED to the top of Ryan Carey's review pile - how does it fair?
Today Tom Shapira returns to SOLRAD with a review of Sophie Yanow's THE CONTRADICTIONS, published this week by Drawn and Quarterly.
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