>>90483790>/co/mblr is not a meme and tumblr's arrival on this board was a serious detriment
You can call a best-selling, critically acclaimed book a pile of shit and its creator(s) an overrated hack and nobody bats an eyelash. But you try to talk shit about Mockingbird for example, and bring up its numerous significant flaws that don't even have to do with TAMPONS, the cover to the last issue, or the rape retcon
and out of the woodwork you have posters claiming that the book is fine and if you don't like it you're a neckbeard manbaby from /pol/.
There are some posters here who treat progressive books with kid gloves where criticism is handwaved away with "you're not the target audience," "it sells well in trades and digital" even if it doesn't
or "/co/ is so triggered by this book," even if they have grievances about the story that have nothing to do with race/skin color/gender/orientation.