I was never a big fan of his art, I could see why people liked it but it wasn't really my thing.
Now he's basically commandeered himself into position of biggest "mainstream" comic artist, the most talked about, the most famous (among active artists) except for Jim Lee I guess.
He's a spazz full of dad-jokes but he seems to be having a blast on his YouTube channel. He seems like a very happy person, which makes sense due to how much money he's made, and I can't say the same for his anti-"CG" counterparts who hate him and act like he's Hitler.
Yeah okay I got sick of his Star Wars shtick the third time I saw it, but he seems self-aware of how silly his Rose Tico fetish is. He seems to be playing with his on-air personality, having a good time, and still getting a lot of views.
So I don't really see the problem. He's doing a '90s property that is very '90s but is still a fairly unique thing that he owns. Apparently he's even consulting Dave Sim for ideas on how to revamp it, so I doubt it will resemble your standard cliche '90s Rob Liefeld comic, guys, if that's what people think to dismiss it. I'm not saying it will be Brandon Graham Prophet or Alan Moore Supreme, but until recently I've never heard people try to spin Cyberfrog as cliche '90s garbage. It's a property he owns and he's making money off it and having fun. A lot of money and a lot of fun.
Meanwhile look at the creators who hate him, and they all seem poor and miserable.>>103087559>He's always been pretty toxic, hasn't he?
Yes. And even considering that, you need to realize that he's probably the least insane asshole of all 2000s era Big Two talent.