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Ed Howard is back at SOLRAD with a review of the first two volumes of Josh Cotter's NOD AWAY from Fantagraphics. Enjoy!
Alex Hoffman explores the link between culture and colonialism in his review of Lane Milburn's LURE, published earlier this year by Fantagraphics.
Tony Wei Ling dissects the "valiant resistance" narrative of alt comics' history through a review of WE TOLD YOU SO: COMICS AS ART in this wide-ranging essay.
Tom Shapira takes a look at the recent re-release of Alberto Breccia's DRACULA, published this year by Fantagraphics.
Today we are pleased to offer SOLRAD readers an exclusive preview of Miranda Tacchia's UNIMPRESSED, which will be published next week by Fantagraphics.
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!
For your Monday morning reading, SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman has a review of Bastien Vivès's THE BUTCHERY, published by Fantagraphics.
Josh Hicks, fan of wrestling, comics, and making comics about wrestling, talks with Katie Skelly about her work as a cartoonist and now as an editor of Jaime Hernandez's latest collection Queen of the Ring: Wrestling Drawings by Jaime Hernandez.
SOLRAD's lead critic sits down with cartoonist Glenn Head to talk about his comics memoir CHARTWELL MANOR, published this year by Fantagraphics.
Ryan Carey professes his love for Love and Rockets with a review of Jaime Hernandez's latest collection, IS THIS HOW YOU SEE ME? from Fantagraphics.
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