The Transformers films, The Star Wars Prequels, Honey Boo-Boo, Dane Cook, Jersey Shore, etc.
OH WAIT! I suddenly remembered like an LSD Flashback. Because that argument is pure bullcrap and so the people using it can just go "Neener neener, your opinion doesn't matter because you only hate it because it's popular" and everyone has the old "Well at MY local comic store we're burning blasphemers at Alter of Snyder and committing ritual sacrifices of non-believers in our Court of Owl masks and everyone is totally into it"
I guess it's just so hard to have an honest discussion about opinions without trying to invalidate people's opinions. Something you don't really see many posting an honest, not fawning, opinion of Snyder's work do to his fans - no one calls them bandwagon jumpers, Snyderites, etc, etc, with anywhere near the frequency people who aren't jumping for joy and rediscovering the meaning of life every time Snyder's Batman comes out. Because everyone knows it's a crap argument that's only for people whose feelings are butthurt over someone not liking something they do and can't cope.
EDIT: Just to clarify my phrasing before I'm nit-picked to death, I don't just think people posting non-glowing reviews are the only ones being honest. I think everyone posting their opinion of the work here is being honest. But the people who try to invalidate other folks likes and dislikes are the ones kidding themselves.
Last edited by Kiryu; 11-15-2012 at 12:25 PM.
My brother and sister of the atom.
We are the X-men, and we stand together
Last edited by tylenoljones; 11-15-2012 at 12:27 PM.
I like how literally everyone who doesn't like this book explains why and then that one guy comes in and goes "no one ever says why they don't like this book".
It's almost as ridiculous as Concept Coop demanding to know what other books people like as if that has any relevance in regards to the quality of this book.