You might recall the discovery of fossil placoderms with preserved muscle tissue from earlier this year. I posted on it here, but noted that there was a problem with the analysis, but I didn't say exactly what. This week, the journal Biology Letters published a comment on this paper by a colleague and myself, along with the response from the authors of the original paper.
It's tempting to write a counter rebuttal here, but I'll just let you read the papers if you have access to them. The point is, this is how science works: we depend on other workers being willing and able to criticise our work when they think there is reason to do so. Because of this, science maintains its credibility and its integrity. A case example for your edification. Enjoy.