Threads about actual good comics will usually get 10-20 replies before they fall off the catalog. Storytimes about good comics will often fall off the catalog and 404 before they've even finished. Threads will devolve into slapfights about whether or not a creator is a hack, if a particular comic is shit, or dick-measuring over which poster has better taste. Threads about /co/ media creators that don't have Johns or Bendis-tier name recognition will often be met with replies of "literally who" or "why should I care." I swear I saw a poster try to justify why they had never heard of a particular comic creator who had been in the industry for over three decades by claiming that "I only read GOOD comics."
Meanwhile, threads about the latest SJW-related controversy, threads about single pages or panels taken out of context, threads about a comic/cartoon creator tweeting something stupid, threads whining about how Tumblr or Reddit a show's fanbase is, threads asking if we're "still mad" about Korrasami or Ashi, and any thread about that fucking America comic will get triple-digit replies or even hit the bump limit within hours. There's even a name for this phenomenon, "Hellboy Syndrome," about the fact that people would rather shitpost about content they hate/don't care for than try to have serious discussions about content that is good.
So you know what? I hope liberals get their grubby hands on as much of your comics and cartoons as possible. I hope all your favorite comic characters are turned female, brown, covered-up or gay. I hope they shove as much lingo about privilege or mansplaining or how awesome it is to fuck the same sex as can fit on a single page. I hope all your favorite childhood cartoons are rebooted, with character redesigns by kids straight out of CalArts. I hope they shove as much political signaling and PICKLE RICK-tire lolsorandum humor into every script.
Because it is no less than what this board fucking deserves.