Over at The Comics Journal, the new Comics of the Weak is live. There's a solid masturbation joke, Abhay on Before Watchmen, and a Nate Bulmer explanation of the way anime works.
At comiXology, the serious hat is being worn, and you'll find an interview with Seamus Heffernan about his comic Freedom. I really enjoyed speaking with this guy, and think Freedom is genuinely worth people's time.
Jog's review of Crossed Badlands is excellent, excellent writing. It's a great reminder of how exhilirating it is to participate (as an audience member) with the way Joe engages with comics.
Seneca finished off his "Sequence" series over at Robot 6 with a look at Herriman. It's been fun watching Matt move through his various inspirations. He works a lot like one of those old school meat processors, grinding the art in whole and producing something compact that's wholly his own. Good times, and I look forward to where he goes next.
The week belonged to David Brothers, of course. Following a series of articles regarding creator's rights, David had his own Road to Damscus moment, which he wrote about in a widely linked piece for Comics Alliance. All of the articles are impressive, the Alliance one being my personal favorite.