You get so many criticisms that you have to write a full article about 14 Things that Make People Bad Critics.
Look, if you make something some people like but others do not, you merely delete or ignore the comments of those morons who constantly nag you about shit. That’s what I do, and thus I don’t have to write apologies or any other ridiculous bullshit to explain myself. Unless I want to. But I never let it get to me – ever. Of course, the commentors seem to get extremely pissed off and go on the offensive, but guess what? *CLICK* Baweeted.
Like that sellout what’s-his-nuts* over at Ratfist and all his fanatical fans. I heard he started some other comic, because he basically sold his story to Image Comics so he stopped at 51 pages and left everyone hanging. When I criticized him back in the day for being a Neo-Con, his loopy doopy wingnut fans tried to flood my comments with their drivel. I deleted about 90% of it, and I still delete people trying to comment on it TODAY. LOL
But my thing is if you have to write a 14 point announcement about why someone’s a terrible critic because you get people criticizing you for all sorts of shit, you’re taking it personally and letting it get to you. Just nod and shuffle their crap into the deleted bin. Most people are annoyed by those guys, anyway, so getting rid of their posts doesn’t really disrupt or harm your community. And I’ll be honest with you, Thunt – your stories are interesting, but your art is not very good. But there you go – you still get people reading, and that’s the end goal, right?
* I know his name. It’s Doug Tennapel. I prefer not to diretly refer to him because it … brings … his fanfucks … ah crap.