Yeah, I'm 100% certain StripCreator is 100% better than WittyComics. If I want to create a drabble, then I'll post one there. If I want solid gold (or anyone else wants solid gold for that matter) then come on, read and post here.
To WittyComics users who may happen upon this, I give you a message:
Get away from WittyComics. They're just pimping your creative juices away, don't you see that? It's the old bend-over-and-give-me-all-your-money-bitch routine that you want and need desperately to get out of. You want that, yes? StripCreator can help _you_. They can help you read and post solid gold 24/7/365 (and hey, if you're a hot chick, or just a drunk ugly one) they'd be happy to give you liquid gold as well.
There's nothing bad about WittyComics, just that some users just don't get... er, well, fun, hilarity, comedy and all similar words (which are all here at StripCreator). I don't totally want to bash WittyComics. There are some pictures on there I wish SC would've had. There is definetely a community there as well; the difference between the two is a plain one. StripCreator is on the better side of the tracks, whereas WittyComics is on the stingy side of the tracks; WittyComics is the red-headed step-child to StripCreator. I could go on and on with such comparisons, but would hate to bore any audience that may be reading this.
WittyComics does have their own Community, and we must realize that. Sure, they may be living out in the deepest back woods and taking the term 'Kissing Cousins' to a whole new level, but they're human too. It's the binding force between StripCreator and WittyComics; the human community formed in such endeavors as creating comic strips to form immensely funny, or immensely lathargic content, and topics of debate stemming from those comics.
The WittyComics Community has, I think, intentionally limited itself in its creative abilities, ie. the art (or lack thereof), the message board (and it's inability to bring together the Community), etc. Now, I don't expect Picasso's or Rembrandt's or Einstein's or Fermi's from the WittyComics Community (or even the StripCreator Community), but having someone with an immense creative drive and the mind to mold that creation into reality would certainly be a plus. It would be in the interests of their founder/s, and/or their most respected Community Members, to obtain for the Community such men and women that would bring to WittyComics (and even StripCreator) a fiery passion for the art and its well-being; a strong devotion to the story being told and its readers; a great obligation to the Community, to enrich the lives of its Members; to teach, to that new generartion of creators, just learing the process, either of writing or comic-making.
Alas, both StripCreator and WittyComics have their flaws; sharing many as well. I have found StripCreator, though, a much more enjoyable place to be, to create and be inspired by the creations of others. WittyComics does not have that at its core. Do I think it will get that... spunk that StripCreator has? Given time, I think the answer is yes (though StripCreator will thrive as the best for years to come). Will I ever leave StripCreator full-time for WittyComics? No, and would not advise it to any member. I think it would be safe for me to say that some members do go to WittyComics part-time, to cool down from those written exchanges in the inbox or forums that are heated, ie. the recent leaving of Boorite, or even Sebra (in that case, using WittyComics as a learning tool). But, we're only human. StripCreator is ahead in the race against WittyComics by a large margin, but the pack just might be catching up...
Note: I feel no ill-will against WittyComics, and began writing this post as a joke, which, as time went on, got serious. I think both StripCreator and WittyComics are great for my creativity and that of others as well.
"It's like a Koala bear crapped a rainbow in my brain!" Capt. Murphy, SeaLab 2021