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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.
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 CARTOONIST.
Today, we are pleased to share an excerpt from Weng Pixin's "Infatuation," published in the collection Sweet Time & Other Stories by Drawn & Quarterly in June 2020.
Today's review from Ryan Carey explores the personal and political YEAR OF THE RABBIT, published earlier this year by Drawn and Quarterly.
In today's review, SOLRAD's Editor-in-Chief Daniel Elkin considers the storytelling prowess of one of his favorite cartoonists, Leslie Stein, in her new book from D&Q.
SOLRAD's lead critic Ryan Carey takes a look at Michael DeForge's latest graphic novel, FAMILIAR FACE, published in 2020 by Drawn and Quarterly.
SOLRAD publisher Alex Hoffman reviews Disa Wallander's Becoming Horses, her new book from Drawn and Quarterly.
Ryan Carey caps our week-long book club featuring The Hard Tomorrow by Eleanor Davis with the question: is this a work more felt than it is explicitly understood?
As part of our week-long book club on Eleanor Davis' The Hard Tomorrow, Editor in Chief Daniel Elkin evaluates the comic through the lens of his own Judaism and heritage.
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