I read Logjam: The Best Fucking X-Man Ever from Mysterious Transmissions, a raunchy minicomic that bootlegs the X-Men and some early Lee/Kirby stuff. Logjam doesn't fight with the rest of the young mutants, he lives on the fringe doing sordid things like dealing to Toad or jerking off to TV news anchorwomen. http://mysterioustransmissions.com/
Yep, just a fun, dirty little comic...except what if it's meant to be read on another level as well? What if it's meant also as criticism of all the people making money off of comics without really contributing anything to the medium? In case you might miss the message, it's underscored by the quote at the end by Moebius about all the "agents" who don't do anything or make anything, but always get their cut.
And there's a lot of talk recently in indie comics circles about those sorts of people and organizations that make money off of the artists and cartoonists who barely get by and struggle to make a meager living in the creative fields. It's a valid concern, but it's also a sign that the medium itself isn't thriving economically at least. If it were, it would make sense for a non-creative structure to grow around it and thrive as well. (And Fantagraphics wouldn't have to resort to Kickstarter to fund next year's line.)
I love the irreverent nature of the minicomic, and the way the artist makes use of cutting and pasting the Lee/Kirby X-Men strips.