All of you cartoonists out there ought to take note that somebody’s finally disproved the “180 degree rule.” This is a silly rule borrowed from filmmaking that you’re often taught in sequential art classes – the basic gist of which is: the viewer will get confused if you switch the left and right position of characters between panels, never do it.

Now if they could only bring themselves to throw out Mamet’s “On Directing Film,” we’d be making some progress.