While it talks somewhat about the history of comics, (comic strips, not comic books, as you might have already surmised from the title) and somewhat about the future of comics, it's really a snapshot of the present moment. Dave Kellett makes gestures at a neutral point of view, but he's clearly a partisan for moving past print. (As a webcomic artist with two strips, it isn't exactly surprising.) It colors his presentation, but it isn't crippling. His editorial hand isn't too heavy and many of the interviews with people are available in their entirety apart from the film itself.