One of WvW's anonymous sources has revealed that "Scott Kurtz posted on his main site a rant against the way in which the history of webcomics is being recorded. He also posted a response to some e-mail he'd recieved, which really does include that quote."
However, Kurtz appears to have done a McCloud and pulled the rant from his site, replacing it with a tamer version of his earlier rant, which reputedly contained an angry tirade about protegés Blank Label Comics' press release being ignored completely by the reviewer. A fragment quoted on Comixpedia
is all that remains of the original rant:
"Leslie Walker at the Washington post contacted the guys at Blank Label comics last week to inquire about doing an article about them. The Blank Label press release had made its way to her and she wanted to write a blurb on them in her next “dot com” column.
In the course of interviewing BLC, Leslie learned that there was a whole world of webcomics out there and decided to investigate further. The blurb on Blank Label, which was supposed to be published Thursday, never saw the light of day. Leslie decided instead to dedicate her entire column to webcomics and where they were heading." ...Read More