: Ahhhhh... no I don't think the Slott Wars were
: the reason. I've seen this happen before at
: other fan boards. People move on to other
: forums in good part because they are able to
: join with a larger community of fans. Being
: a She Hulk fan (Or female muscle fan) is no
: longer 'outside' comic book fandom. She Hulk
: threads are more common these days and you
: can have the same discussion/debates we used
: to have here. Slott may have been
: responsible for some of this (So was Byrne).
: But trust me this sort of bashing would go
: on in other boards regardless. I think a
: combination of factors such as this and the
: sometimes out of control spamming has led to
: this site becoming "dead". I think
: it should remain open however.
: --Previous Message--
: That's sugarcoating it a bit.
: This board was surprisingly critical of Dan
: Slott's run on She Hulk. Now that whole arc
: is in trade paperback form it's become the
: kind of comic that gets referred to people
: who don't really read comics. Slott's take
: on the character has become the modern
: standard, and the vocal critics on this
: board really split the fan base. New fans
: went off to the comic sites and people who
: liked Slott's run (like me) stopped
: frequenting this board.
: To rub salt in the wounds, Peter David's
: muddled run was oftentimes lauded here, even
: though the book hemorrhaged readers when he
: took over.
: tl;dr This board backed the wrong horse and
: scared away the newer generation of fans.
: That aside, spam has been a huge problem.
: Looks like someone cleaned it up recently,
: but people tend to avoid boards where the
: majority of posts are for knock-off Italian
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