What's up, art hubbers? This is my first post on the HubPages forums (not, of course, my first forum post period - I'm WAY too big of a dork), so I hope this works out.
Some of you guys who peruse around the Art fanclub often enough may have seen my webcomic reviews of "Blank It" and "We The Robots." After these, two, I think I've really gotten into the groove of providing concise reviews of cyber sequential art, and I plan on continuing that trend for a ton of hubs.
Problem is, I find myself often wanting to only review the comics that I already like. This is a fundamental dilemma, because if I keep going down this track, I'm only going to provide clear-cut-positive reviews, struggling to be objective.
So, here's the request I have for you guys: If you have a webcomic that you frequent that I haven't already covered in my hubs that you think deserves a little acknowledgment (or criticism), please drop me a request to review the webcomic! All I need is a name, a link, and a few (optional) words about the comic.
By doing this, you are both helping a fellow Hubber who strives to stay away from complacent writing, as well as a webcomic you think is unappreciated!
Thanks to all of you guys, and I hope to hear some requests soon!
by kpfingaz9 years ago
I asked for a review of a movie and they give me a synopsis. Thing is the answer that they gave me looks like a copy/paste job from somewhere and I'm not too satisfied.I've seen hub requests answered with one or two...
by Whitney7 years ago
Have you guys noticed an increase of personal requests? Or is it just me?
by WeddingConsultant8 years ago
I know that hubpages really pushes for new hubs to be created, and rightfully so. However, I'm thinking it would be nice to be able to "answer a hub request" with an existing hub.So if someone does a hub...
by crstemple8 years ago
Hello, Entertainment hubbers! I first want to apologize, because I am aware that I've already published this in the Art forum...but to be frank, this forum is much more active, so I'm re-posting this here."Some of...
by Ktoo8 years ago
Go look at the Q&A section (used to be Request a Hub)More than half the questions are technical or advice about Hubpages type questions. People aren't getting that it's not supposed to a help type question.I...
by Lisa HW8 years ago
Is there an etiquette with regard to getting requests and not answering them? Somehow it just seems rude to delete them and ignore the requester; but if we e.mail them to politely decline there's the chance that...
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