Look, I've read most of the reviews in this page and based on what I saw, I must say something about the "Downfall" subtitle of the reviews. Hope you don't think I'm being mean.
We either need to give it a more solid purpose or make it optional.
I've seen far too many reviews that just go "meh, it was always bad" and then move on. That's not helpful (if you're trying to be constructive) or funny (if you're trying to be funny). It's pretty much a waste. When I write the downfall, I normally try to think of the moment when the comic, in my eyes, either stared "going downhill" or "lost all hope".
True, there are many comics that pretty much suck since page 1. In that case, you could do the following: Mention that right ahead you saw a problem with the comic. Elaborate on it. This might be a surprise, but you have to TELL US what and why it's bad. Do it, even if you just chalk it up to some term (Mary Sue, Lazy Art, Important Opinions, etc.) Then, if you think that's not enough, talk about another misstep or two that appear later on. You can say you will talk more about them in another section. Now you got a more appropiate downfall description, of at least a couple of sentences.
If you don't feel like going through this, or if you REALLY think it's been horrible since the beginning and talking about it would be repeating other sections of the review, I think we should just give the option of not including that one. Delete it from your review. We certainly don't need a whole title for a short sentence. Put it somewhere else.
Remember, this would be a case-by-case thing. I'm not saying we should remove downfall. I use that one a lot. I'm just saying, people who don't need it, don't use.