Would you rather read a comic with shit writing but good art or a comic with good writing but shit art?
Would you rather read a comic with shit writing but good art or a comic with...
I'm blind so I'd prefer the good writing.
Basically DC movies and Marvel movies
The second one by far. I read for the story. Morrison's JLA is amazing, but the art is horrid. Same deal for that Kingpin mini that came out last year.
good comic with shit art
I would rather read Gillen's Uncanny X Men drawn by Land, than the last Civil War event written by Bendis but with nice art.
I'm an artfag so the first one.
Most comic writing is pretty mediocre anyway
I would rather take a 3rd option, since it actually exists in the real world.
Story over art
It's easy to overlook shit art if the story is fun, just like reading a book
It's harder to overlook shit story, even if the colors are pretty
applicable to either of those
Good writing is rarer than good art so definitely the one with good writing
Also dumb frog poster
I prefer Mob Psycho to Civil War II.
if it was good writing wouldn't it be just a novel?
Good writing/artwork but always late
"Okay" writing/artwork but always on-schedule
Why do you think the term graphic novel exist
I'd rather read a comic with good story and shit art, but if I'm gonna be honest - waaay more likely I'll start reading something with good art. I'm sure there are tons of gems I just passed over because they weren't immediately appealing to my eye
I would rather read neither of those.
Good writing but shit art. I can look at good art in screencaps on the internet, but if I don't care about the story then there's no reason for me to read the book.
"Good writing can save bad art, but good art can't save bad writing"
Unless it's porn
He doesn't jerk it to erotica fiction
good art with no writing
I need both to be at leadt adequate or I am out.
Or old with good artwork and solid stories. There is a liftimes worth of readingbthat fits that category.
GW + GA
Good writing, shit art. The writing needs to be really good though.
I'll be honest, if a comic has amazing art and mediocre writing I'll still follow it. However, if a comic has mediocre art and mediocre writing, I'll just drop it instantly.
I already read plenty of webcomics that have shitty art, so the latter. Unless I'm fapping to it, and even then I can only take so much shitty writing before I decide to just forget about it.
Good writing, bad art if it's a shared universe superhero comic book.
Bad writing, good art if it's a stand alone story.
Good writing. Tails Gets Trolled and One Punch Man beats Bendis writing with Curt Swan art.
As I am on Sup Forums board instead of /a/, it looks like I would rather read comic with good writing but shit art.
I would say good writing is more important than good art but art certainly helps.
I can't help but feel the Darth Vader comic would be improved tenfold if the art wasn't traced bullshit. The writing is good but the art is hideous.
Morrison's JLA is amazing, but the art is horrid
There is absolutely nothing wrong with 90's Howard Porter.
Does your computer screen have brail or something?
Text to speech?
all these writerfags in a primarily visual medium
stop reading superheroes and start reading stuff with good artists
you ever watched a porno and stopped masturbaiting because the story is really good?
I prefer Mob Psycho
he think One is a bad artist.
I call it a boner of the heart
You might as well be reading a book and using your own imagination for the latter choice.
thats basicly it
I sometimes think One is better than he's letting on.
Good story. Sandman had shitty art for a few arcs but it was still brilliant.
Those two end up being the same in the end
Comics are a visual medium, so good art and shit writing easily. Anyone that says otherwise is a pleb
Good plotting > good art
Comics are a visual media, so the art should be pretty important, but at the end of the day a comic book is about a story being told and that's what the writing provides. So ultimately I'd take good writing and shit art.
People might say the second, but they all mean the first.
Always thought the same thing, although the inker was part of the problem too