Tom Spurgeon wrote here about arguments about comics he's no longer interested in having, and suggests 3 arguments comics critics could be having. Here's one argument I'd be happy to never see again. It's not really an argument as much as it is a bad faith assumption. Here are two examples of it in action:
"Alt comics creators may be turning for cred to more respected mediums like literature and memoir..." - from Noah Berlatsky's review of Tales to Thrizzle.
"While the other pieces in MOME vol. 4 are angling for the kind of bourgeois literary respectability..." - from Marc Singer's blog.