I'm not pretending about the worth of my feedback, though, I'm saying how people should do business. I sell things, myself, and when I see guys who pirate it versus the guy who actually gave me money, it's a no contest who's feedback gets a higher pass over what's doable.
The fact he buys the stuff legitimizes him as a critic of it, because he's shelling out the pocket for it. Now whether his critique is worth anything is a different matter altogether (I wouldn't say so. But still, he's elligible to be truthfully considered because he spent money).>>95809039
The "youtube skeptic community" is at its best when you have Just Some Guy and Ernst debating the merits (or lack of) of a storyline, and that's their focus. They hammer things home that are nearly unanimous like the need for better target audiences.
Cummings is hyperbolic and just goes on his crazy trips all the time. D&C likes to try at length how he'd 'fix' comics. It all boils down to "it needs to go back to the 90s because it was a fun meritocracy" fully ignoring the speculation boom, the kiddy gloves Image got treated with related to that, full blown ignorance that there's a huge market at length for more 90s fare done by the same guys who did it back then, and the overwhelming ignorance of the rest of how things work (he said something like "Johns need to have just his corner of the DC Universe and be kept there". Does this man even KNOW how high in the totem pole he is right now?)