This is pretty stunning, for me. I'm given a startling amount of ink in this article on Dark Horse Comics, especially given Concrete is pretty small potatoes compared to Sin City, Hellboy, and other Dark Horse publications/movies.
Author George Gene Gustines is quite familiar with the comics business -- we're in an era when comics fans created by Marvel and DC in the 70s and 80s are in prominent postions in the press and other businesses -- and the article is deeper and more authoritative than most comics coverage (then again, this is the New York Times).
In the print version, an embarassingly large reproduction from the Concrete 8-pager you can read at the link, my first story, runs on the interior page. If it was ad space, it'd cost about $8000, since a full page goes for $10,000, I once read. Sheesh!
Maybe it'll give a bump to the Concrete anthology collections.