I have no idea what you're talking about here. Superhero fans are the worst comic fandom has to offer, a sad pack of whiny, entitled man-children. Not all superhero fans are like this thankfully, but plenty are.Fanbase - I really don't like their attitudes. It's like they're 24hr wine tasters.
So the only genre that interests you is superheroes? Does this apply to other media as well or just comics? If it's just comics, do you realize how fucking weird that is?Genres - They simply don't interset me.
Same question as before, are the only characters that interest you in any media superheroes? How strange. Do you watch any television programs? They won't be around for decades and if a character dies they (probably) won't be coming back. Oh jeez, movies are even worse! Have I mentioned that I think the criteria you look for in comics is weird? Because it is. Puzzlingly so.Characters - They don't interest me - not to mention that they die rapidly. I want to read about characters that I know have an extended shelf life.
Indie titles tend to be self-contained narratives, so I guess if by "continuity" you mean a shared universe, then yeah I guess you're right, indie titles don't care about continuity. If you mean something else you're gonna have to clarify because that's the only interpretation that makes sense.Continuity - It doesn't seem important to those books for one reason or another.
Dude, you're weird.I probably could add one or two more reasons to the list of why I don't support indie titles. But, at the end of the day I like superhero comics and the characters that make them. If I just liked good books and stories in general, well, I still probably wouldn't like indie comics - I'd just read more novels or watch more TV/movies.