This is where I'd type, "I can't tell if you're being serious or not," but I don't really have to do that anymore because wtf are you being serious? So junji ito, whose works are mainly short stories, to you, could never be considered as good as that potato sack that does bleach?Yes. More chapters gives you more time to develop. With maturity comes greatness.
By your logic, dominic deegan would be a good comic by now.
The idea here is that anyone could consider a fundamentally bad writer as one of the greats simply because she has sold a lot of books. Once again, it has nothing to do with the quality of the creator's work and everything to do with numbers. Am I getting anywhere here?I for one wouldn't say so, but many would.
It hasn't had to? But consider something like Dr Who.You really think One Piece has changed since 5 years ago?