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Don't Cry Wolfman Chicago by Nate Beaty

Slices of Life

This week we add two books I’ve been hoping would join the Radiator catalog for a while now. Don’t Cry Wolfman Chicago by Nate Beaty collects a frenetic and biting look at modern adult life in a bustling city. Freddy Stories by Melissa Mendes collects quiet and fun, moments in the life of a tom boy. Each book is the culmination of looking at life from a particular angle, and each is delivered in pitch-perfect styles appropriate for the stories they tell.

And if that wasn’t enough, we’ve added a tote bag, in which you can place these books.
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The Love Particle by Sam Sharpe

Chicago’s Finest

This week Radiator’s honored to add a new comic from three of Chicago’s comics stars! Marnie Galloway’s long-awaited second volume of her three-part graphic novel, In the Sounds And Seas is here! Sam Sharpe collects previously published stories of love and life in The Love Particle! Jeff Zwirek’s releases the sixth issue of his one-man anthology, Black Star, collecting both previously published, and brand new comix!

Coincidentally, Marnie, Sam, and Jeff, along with Leslie Perrine and Grace Tran will be featured artists at Radiator Comics’ kiosk at the Great Chicago Fire Festival, this Saturday! Continue reading

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Marnie Galloway

Radiator week two!

Hey! Welcome back!

Radiator Comics is really excited to announce the addition of works by Marnie Galloway! She’s an amazing artist, and her stories are extremely imaginative. In the Sounds and Seas is her major work (she recently announced she is half-way through drawing the second volume). Had this comic been around when I was a kid, it’s the type of comic that would have been a huge influence on me. Its art is outstanding and memorable, and the ideas within it are mind-blowing. If you have a young reader in your life, I would strongly recommend you pick this book up for them.
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