* not comics: these articles are an everyday occurrence, and I suppose there's some value in figuring out how emerging generations process art as entertainment. The general theme of these articles is that there's much less of a looking-back element to younger people culture when it comes to some popular art. The number are so small with comics that I don't think that the curatorial aspect of older art will be threatened. I bought an HT Webster book this afternoon. There will probably be a noticeable difference in older content from more popular forms.
* here's a comics-event (mostly) driven list of things that happen that can be argued are important to Marvel. It's interesting to me that the movie and TV shows seem to have brought back a keen interest in that company as its own origins of creative energy.