>>114462397>Wokewashing and creating woke character that are unidimensional and only woke token is bad.
Plenty of us are fine with saying "shit writing makes shit comics" and "un-nuanced political themes make bad comics". The disconnect is when people go off on one about SJWs in comics, about the industry, about culture wars shit in general. Almost as if they are ignoring the history of comics.
To me, getting mad at bad writing in a comic is like getting mad at a bad movie or a bad book. Constructive criticism, reviews etc are fine. But a whole political movement and culture wars centred on how some comics are shit because of x trend seems silly. There have been trends in the past where comics were shit.
Like, in this thread we go over the same examples, the same comics. Over and over this happens. The conversation has been had a thousand times before. "X comics are bad!" I know it, you know it, what is left to say? I just am always curious about why people have to keep going with it and make this whole narrative that everything is ruined even though there are literally thousands of books out there? This shit doesn't sell, so why care?
i just want to know what continues to drive this conversation? Because as far as I am aware most of the issue seems to be ecelebs, twitter bubbles and clickbait continuing the outrage cycle. To me, people would stop doubling down with shit comics if people didn't get so outraged about them.
At least that is my two cents