Summary says it all.
When I started this site, my object was to continue Solomon's legacy. I think it is absolutely necessary that there be negative critiques of art, so that artists will continue to have a reason to improve. The mark of a bad artist, in my opinion, is the inability to accept criticism. I think Solomon, in having a website where one could see how webcomic "artists" responded to criticism, separated the proverbial wheat from the chaff.
That said, Solomon left his work unfinished. Does that make him cowardly or lazy or merely willing to accept defeat against the massive flood of terrible webcomics? Furthermore, is it necessary that we continue to criticize bad webcomics at all? What should the tone of this site be? Should we strive to help artists, strive to attack bad ones, or do a little of both?
I believe the latter: Attack bad webcomics, help artists, criticize artwork to ensure that its artists continue to improve, and separate those so-called "artists" who can take criticism from those who can't.
What are your thoughts?