#1 Posted by SOG7dc (7568 posts) - - Show Bio

The little things that bother us about comics. The bug one for me is cover artists being different than interior artists......I HAAAAAATTTTTTTTTEEEEE that!!!!! I went and picked up superman 23 today and thought "sweet! Kenneth Rocafort is drawing it again!" then I open it up and it's Jesus merino....I was mortified

#2 Edited by DecoyElite (4019 posts) - - Show Bio

The killing of all C and D list characters for shock value.

#3 Posted by tparks (5020 posts) - - Show Bio

@decoyelite: Ya, it's really not that shocking when an unimportant character dies. When Goliath died in Civil War, it really didn't mean much to me at all, but when Cap died it was unreal.

#4 Posted by Wolfrazer (7281 posts) - - Show Bio

The teasing with sexual things. << THE **** teasing!

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#5 Edited by silent_bomber (1872 posts) - - Show Bio

Where it comes to US comics -

Retcons, and generally anything new writers do that undermines the work of previous writers.

#6 Posted by july16th (77 posts) - - Show Bio
#7 Posted by Loki9876 (3051 posts) - - Show Bio

the weird numbering

#8 Posted by RDClip (1150 posts) - - Show Bio

Writers that get excessive with narration or internal dialogue. It's also part of the artist's job to tell the story and sometimes a silence is better than words.

#9 Posted by ccraft (5423 posts) - - Show Bio

the complaining, it's just to much for me sometimes.

#10 Edited by Agent9149 (2894 posts) - - Show Bio

A lot of times a perfectly good linear storyline has an out of this world wrench thrown in it.

#11 Posted by BR_Havoc (1331 posts) - - Show Bio

Cheap deaths of supporting characters to make the main character darker.

#12 Edited by AvengingArcher (2 posts) - - Show Bio

poor writing, bad art

#13 Posted by AvengingArcher (2 posts) - - Show Bio

poor writing, bad art

#14 Posted by Daycrawler (554 posts) - - Show Bio

Unresolved plots not being resolved by incoming writers to a title.

#15 Posted by Immortal777 (7702 posts) - - Show Bio

The price.

#16 Posted by SOG7dc (7568 posts) - - Show Bio

How would you feel if a cover was drawn by Jim lee but an interior was drawn by rob leifield

#17 Posted by Wolverine08 (44063 posts) - - Show Bio

@sog7dc said:

How would you feel if a cover was drawn by Jim lee but an interior was drawn by rob leifield

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#18 Posted by Liberty (9192 posts) - - Show Bio

The killing of all C and D list characters for shock value.

TRUTH! I agree completely!

#19 Edited by Liberty (9192 posts) - - Show Bio

@br_havoc said:

Cheap deaths of supporting characters to make the main character darker.

TRUTH! Perfectly Stated!

#20 Posted by Kraya (203 posts) - - Show Bio

I hate it when bad or confusing art distracts me from the story.

#21 Posted by acer51 (2249 posts) - - Show Bio

Where it comes to US comics -

Retcons, and generally anything new writers do that undermines the work of previous writers.

This. This is what killed MJ.

#22 Posted by JetiiMitra (8731 posts) - - Show Bio
#23 Posted by i_like_swords (16074 posts) - - Show Bio

@rdclip said:

Writers that get excessive with narration or internal dialogue. It's also part of the artist's job to tell the story and sometimes a silence is better than words.

Yeah, I agree with this. I mean I don't mind when an issue is focused on the character thinking to himself, but when it's spelling out the obvious for us, when the artist could show it with a facial expression, it bugs me.

#24 Edited by JetiiMitra (8731 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't like how time-travel or multiverse crossovers are handled.