I try to take all criticism to heart as far as trying to incorporate them into improving, but there are a few I don't totally agree with.
One I got on Tapas was someone saying there was nothing to my characters, and the comic was just about them being miserable. Sure, it is meant to be a depressing story, but I tried to make them somewhat fleshed out beyond being unhappy all the time (except Julian). Also that there was a liiittle more depth to the story than "every is sad".
I dunno, maybe I just can't take good feedback.
There have been a couple critiques about my overall shading style, which I unfortunately ignore since I intentionally go for a weird type of "impressionism" style.
The final one is people telling me to starting lettering digitally. I haaate lettering with that medium, enough to where I rage quit a comic I attempted several years ago. It's a complete chore, and I will have nothing to do with it... even if it will make my comic more readable.
Just remembered, there was one person who didn't feel my style was fitting for the comic. That it was too realistic for a slice of life, and the visuals were jarring... of course that was more when the comic was really young. I ignored it because I felt something cartoony would give me flashbacks of stuff like 'When They Cry', where I couldn't take anything seriously because everyone looked too kawaii.
Edit: Forgot one more! For a while, when my comic showed up on the front page on Webtoons, I was getting some people commenting on every page how they wanted my two MCs to just go at it like rabbits. I thoroughly ignored them because their opinions were stupid.