Comic reviewed in comic form

Just in case you were looking for proof that culture is developing in strange and interesting new ways, take a look at this review of a graphic novel written in the style of a graphic novel. When you bear in mind that the graphic novel in question (Alice in Sunderland) is partly about the history of the graphic novel as a format, as well as being a reexamination of Lewis Carroll (the author of Alice in Wonderland), you find yourself in about four metacultural layers of significance all at once. I’m not sure what that actually says about culture in general, but it strikes me as pretty cool none the less.