That's most artistic types in general, though.
Who gives a shit?>>84976365
That's fair, but time spent doesn't necessary equal skill/talent. Your half definitely took more effort, I agree, but who's to say his part didn't take more talent or skill justb ecause it's not readily apparent.
I think the issue with writing is that it's not as immediately impressive as art.
In order for you to decide if a piece of art is impressive, all you need to do is look at it for a minute.
On the other hand, you need to sit yourself down and take in a piece of writing from beginning to end to finally decide whether or not it was impressive.
All in all, though, I think trying to compare the two is futile. They're as different as different can be and in this medium and others they work best in conjunction with each other.
That said, I've always been more inclined towards writing, so I can always enjoy a comic with bad art and good writing but I can never enjoy a comic with good art and bad writing. Might as well just be flicking through a picture portfolio imo