#1 Posted by LarryAshlynn (797 posts) - - Show Bio

Everywhere on comicvine and various other comic-book related websites I just see people saying this sucks that sucks that writer sucks this book is gonna suck and so is that movie or that TV show or that (insert company name) sucks now-

#2 Posted by Howard_The-Duck (266 posts) - - Show Bio

It's a natural part of growing up

#3 Posted by LarryAshlynn (797 posts) - - Show Bio

The cynicism seems more prevalent in the comics fandom though...

#4 Posted by Pokeysteve (8658 posts) - - Show Bio

I bet most cynicism comes from hardcore fans worrying about their favorite characters. It helps them prepare for the potential let down of their heroes on screen. I believe that for movies and TV anyhow.

Saying a writer sucks or a book is gonna suck seems like a tougher call. Some writers are loved by DC fans but hated by Marvel fans and vise versa so who knows.

#5 Posted by M3th (2099 posts) - - Show Bio

For some strange reason Humans like to express tHeir dislike for sometHing verbally, but cHoose to express tHeir joy for sometHing by simply enjoying it.

Hence, wHy Superior Spider-Man was selling like crazy but fangirls would cry bee itcH about How it was a lousy series.

People wHo enjoy tHings just enjoy tHem. People wHo loatH tHings are vocal about it.

-ABstract4$$#073-

#6 Posted by RedLantern23 (890 posts) - - Show Bio

Its called an opinion? Besides, there are an equal number of people who comment on their love or excitement for a new project or show support for the writer or artist. Not everyone is going to like everything. Thats life.

#7 Posted by w0nd (4046 posts) - - Show Bio

It's a natural part of growing up

symptoms may include but not limited to calling anyone who doesn't agree with you a troll and or fanboy

#8 Posted by Ms-Lola (4356 posts) - - Show Bio

I see lots of compliments as well. It's just we're more vocal when we don't like something, like most fans are in any media.