(from The Second Coming Of Dave Sim? by Geoffrey D Wessel, Comics Bulletin, 13 October 2012)
...So maybe Dave Sim WAS at the end of his rope when he ended glamourpuss, and announced The Strange Death of Alex Raymond. Maybe Judenhass didn’t exactly set the graphic novel world on fire. Maybe Sim has some repulsive negative views of the world and the people who live in it. None of which belies that Sim is still fully capable of producing beautifully drawn, thought provoking work.
Maybe this is the perfect time for Dave Sim to change his mind about his endgame. He's already admitted that the Kickstarter money for High Society Digital would help keep him in, for a little while. I’m sure IDW's contribution and assistance will extend that even more.
And maybe, just maybe, we can all take the time to properly reassess Sim, Cerebus, Judenhass, and glamourpuss, for the works, and for the art. Warts and all. Just in time for The Strange Death of Alex Raymond, at that.
Because in the end, as much as Dave Sim makes us scratch our heads sometimes with his comments, comics in general would be much, much poorer without his contributions to the artform.