August 10, 2012

To his annoying friend...


21 comments:

  1. YES! Thank you assumedly filthy goateed man!

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  2. If he truly was wearing a KMFDM shirt he is my new hero...

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  3. The same could be said for wrestling fans, honestly...
    But I say it's BECAUSE I DO like them so much that I take any of the poor decisions, or bad directions they may take, almost personally. -As long as one realizes there is as much to praise as there is to complain about.
    I don't watch any ball-sports, but don't most sports-fans have a love/hate relationship with their favorite team(s)? And didn't that one video-game ending have fans implode the internet pretty recently? It's all the same kind of thing. -It's fandom.
    Also: KMFDM is Godlike!

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  4. Wait... so by that logic, then Linkara doesn't really love comics. I find that hard to believe.

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    1. Linkara's overrated. Honestly, he sucks.

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    2. Personally, i like him. But it's a matter of taste, i suppose.

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  5. i'm with anonymous here in that...WOW. A KFMDM T-Shirt.

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    1. which i just realized i fucking misspelled but i wouldn't expect spell check to pick up KMFDM.

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    2. That guy could find a reason to hate blowjobs. Assuming he's ever had one.

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    3. That should have been in response to the "Linkara" comment.

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    4. Huh? There are comics that he likes, he just doesn't review them. And most of the stuff he reviews deserves the ripping imho.

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  6. False. I think the ones who complain the most love the books the most. We just want comics to be good, and it is infuriating when they do stupid shit like unnecessary reboots or exhausting and forced crossover events.

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    1. Sounds to me like that person doesn't like the actual material so much as the idea of it. Which is fine I guess, though it doesn't sound too pleasant to dwell on a series that disappoints.

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  7. "If you REALLY loved __________, you would mindlessly suck up whatever was crapped out in front of you without hesitation or complaint. Ooooo, let's go see Total Recall!!"

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  8. Obviously this *cough "gentleman" is a glass is half full type.

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  9. A real fan complains when things go bad, but he also goes enthusiastic when they're doing good.
    Someone who only complains is not a fan but a douchebag.

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    1. Sears Poncho8/12/2012 12:49 PM

      No, a BABY complains when things go bad. They're comic books If you don't like them then don't read them and shut up because you're ruining it for everyone else.

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    2. Because nothing leads a company astray faster than honest feedback. So just shut up, you big BABY! I'm trying to have a rapeguts fapgasm and you're RUINING it!!

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  10. It's funny how some of the "true and biggest" fans are the least enjoyable fans to be around. I'll take the fake fans who still find joy and entertainment in the stories.

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    1. Ehm, you can complain about some aspects of the comic industry resp. some comics and still find joy and entertainment in others. There is a middle ground between "Everything is dandy"-fanboy\girl and "Everything is rubbish"-jerk.

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  11. I see a big difference between comics as an artistic medium and the specific comics that are made. I love the art form, and I love many of the comics I read, but that does not in any way keep me from criticizing comics that are crap. Heck, sometimes I go nuts and complain about things I don't like IN THE VERY COMICS I LOVE. For example: Jesse Custer's backstabbing brand of feminism in Preacher being presented in a partially heroic light.

    Yes, you're allowed to like something even if you admit that it has problems. Since the invention of the metric system we're beginning to figure out that being part of something flawed doesn't make you more flawed than the next person.

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