My fears as a creator?
Getting a fanbase as toxic as Steven Universe, League of Legends, or Overwatch.
Related to the above. Someone taking something about LoaA entirely out of context and starting a huge SJW lynch mob over it. i.e the gender swapped Dream Daddy fan art that got accused of being "transphobic" and like the SU fanartist before her, the artist behind it received an alarming amount of death threats before temporarily quitting social media. Of course, with that said, being a guy, I would probably just laugh my ass off at all the little SJW sperges taking time out of their day to get "offended" over something that's not even real nor is "problematic".
Lastly, people only valuing my main character Susan Graham for being autistic and nothing else. This is the problem Marvel Comics has been having for a few years now with their "diverse" characters
(read: Replace a popular superhero with these perfect infalliable racial/LGBTQ/feminist token minority and that's the entirety of who they are instead of being their own person with their own hopes, dreams, and most importantly, flaws.).
Long story short, pandering to the Tumblr crowd who don't even care about comics in general hasn't been working out so well for Marvel and from what I've researched, they could very well be headed towards another crash if they keep feeding the beast that "claims" to want "diverse" characters, but in reality, said beast isn't content with said characters because of whatever nonsensical trivial reasons it keeps pulling out of its radical pro feminist quad-racial non-binary gender queer arse.