Who knew that the world of comics was such a disagreeable bunch? It seems that there's quite a debate raging about whether or not online comics are a "good thing" or a "bad thing" - which always strikes me as a ridiculous argument. It seems like quite a good mimic of just about any discussion that involves whether something that's moved online is "good" or "bad" - especially when artistic tastes are involved. The old line comic artists are complaining that the content online sucks and that (oh the horror!) they can "cheapen" the comics by adding such things as (gasp!) animation. I can't believe anyone takes these guys seriously.
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