Here are a few pieces from my recent bookmarks file:
The First Second feature Mentor's Corner has had some great essays on the structure and function of comics: Steven Seagle on Beginning-Middle-End and Calistra Brill on Time caught my attention in particular. These approaches provide a contrast to Neil Cohn's psycholinguistic investigations, which drive me crazy (but which I always read).
And speaking of alternate perspectives, it was interesting to find a fairly comprehensive overview of comics history on a marketing job search website.
A new journal, Graphoscope, should soon be joining the ongoing conversation, although I am always made a bit chary by the overuse of the word "criticism."
Just for fun, The Daily Batman is self-explanatory. I wonder how long it can go before it gets dull.
This weekend, I am passing up the Dalai Lama for Shary Flenniken - I'll tell you all about it.