I'm sure the publishers will want to put that on the back of their book.
Sounds interesting anyway, in the way that it's either actually interesting, or it's the kind of "hard-hitting journalism" sort of thing that is supposed to make things sound interesting. "THE HARD QUESTIONS."
I just finished one of those Scott McCloud books. As far as being helpful it would've been more effecient if McCloud just sent me an email saying "Stop being a lazy asshole." Enjoyable read anyway.
Yesterday I started reading a collection of Mike Royko columns. He was this legendary Chicago columnist who wrote in various papers for something like forty years. Interesting stuff so far. Sometimes it's weird, though, reading a column from the sixties without the proper context surrounding it. The editors have done a good job so far of supplying a general context for his work, but a few notes before each column would've been helpful. Cool foreword by Studs Terkel, too.
I won't be the stars in your dark night.