There have been frequent comments here that basically say that those who can’t create comics shouldn’t criticize the Benders’ work. I lifted this argument from another comic:
“If you can do better, show us.” Oh, I get it. So if you’re not a cartoonist, you have no right to criticize a cartoon. And I guess you have no right to criticize your baseball team unless you can hit a 92 mph slider. Oh, and you can’t say a restaurant’s food is bad unless you can go back in the kitchen and show them how it’s done. Do I need to go on, or are you catching on to how silly your idea is?
If I provided goods or services, and I was epically, monumentally bad at what I did, I’d hear it from THE CONSUMERS of what I was offering. We are the consumers of this dreck. Given that, and a basic right to free speech, we have every right to comment, and negatively so, if warranted.
Go join a fan club or something. If you don’t like what you read here, you’re in the wrong place. Get it? Or do we have to go over this again?