People Need to Lay Off!
Fans need to stop judging fans
NOTE: This is my very first article. It will also be very short.
I was recently reading the editorial and fan-fiction section when I noticed a growing problem:
THE PROBLEM:On this site people keep on harshly critiquing other people's work. I am not talking about the people involved in comic book movies or comic books; I am talking about us fans insulting other fans work. Whenever I read an editorial or a fanfic that has not been made by a cbm power user(nailbiter11, JoshWilding, MarvelDCFreshman) there tends to be a lot insulting comments. I know that with these kinds of articles there tends to be spelling errors ,grammatical errors, format errors, or even the accidentally repeated idea. I just want to give a heads up to people that do not know this: A LOT OF USERS ON THIS SITE ARE KIDS. Comic Books and their movies are meant for kids and teenagers as well as adults but mainly for kids(I am not trying to make fun of adult comic book fans because I am a teenager and I know I will never stop loving comic books.) We happen to submit lots of articles as well. Since we have not finished school our writing skills are not perfect. People think they can stop this problem by insulting the creator but as stated above a lot of the "bad" articles are submitted by kids.
THE SOLUTION: Instead of writing insulting comments about the problems with the article, why not write suggestions and tips on how to fix these problems. You are the ones who noticed them in the first place. This may not sound like a lot but this really helps us amateur article writers. With these tips we would be able to correct our current articles and be able to write better ones in the future.
OVERVIEW: comicbookmovie.com is fansite where fans learn upcoming news about the new comics, comic book tv series's, and comicbookmovie. It is also place where fans can express their ideas and opinions about them as well. I am not trying to block people's opinions but just trying to say that instead of insults, suggestions would be better. So next time you comment on another fan's article, try to take my words into consideration because it would be a major help to us amateur article writers.
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