I don't mean any hate towards non of the series.
I just found it seriously immature how both fans of the series blame eachother.
I went through many sites that are Anti-Twilight
and then I started searching for Anti-HP.
Ofcourse what I have saw was mostly twilight hate.
I find it very,very useless too have this 'debate' about Twilight vs Harry Potter.
As i also read most articles from this spot I have seen that MANY people here truly HATE twilight.
There's nothing wrong with it.
The only problem is that it is invading all the sites.
Most people from this spot say that Twilight fan's are immature,obsessed,and very,very mean.
I found rare comments actually saying harrypotter sucks!!!
but I found many comments regarding the dispice for twilight.
I think it's ok to express your ideas and opinion.
Its good no one likes the same thing.
But seriously...NO use in neggative commenting from both series.
there is enough space for more ...series!.
here are some comments adressed from people who hate twilight:
The site is called 'Twilight SUcks!'
"HMM!!!" so you hang in there, wondering how it'll develop...and then after 400+ pages and three more books you realize...you've been punk'd. If that wasn't bad enough, when she actually does have enough brain cells colliding with each other to spark an intelligent thought bubble she then has the audacity to backpedal and completely rewrite already established subplots which in turn completely contradict with previous chapters or books. CONSISTENCY WOMAN! LEARN IT!
They all come off like they're ordered off a menu. And then, when Meyer ACTUALLY attempts to allow her characters to evolve (if THAT'S what she calls it...) all the characters jump out of their skin and do a complete turnaround. Reading it, I honestly thought they were possessed because how she went about introducing these 'new developments' were so poorly done I figured something had to be controlling these people for them to be acting so out of character. The most important ones off the top of my head that completely make you go WOW WOW WOW WTF?! HOLD IT RIGHT THAR MISSEH! Happen to be Jacob who is turned into a cuddly pedophile and Rosalie who's turned into a bitter sweet attempted baby snatcher.
Let's not even get started with the lead characters, Bella and Edward. Unless you know, you want my head to explode DX.
Twilight is 400+ pages of flowery prose regurgitated onto every page by our special little snowflake of a lead heroin; Bella. She spends the entire book reassuring us that yes, Edward is so fucking hot your eyes will bleed if you stare at his dazzling beauty for too long. She then tries to save this redundant piece of fluff by injecting your 'villain of the week' variety of INTENSE ACTION SUSPENSE GO! That is commonly seen in Saturday morning cartoons geared towards six year olds. All this mayhem is quickly avoided just in time for prom! How bloody convenient yay!
I'm sorry, but it's true. She can type, sure. I don't deny this. But can she write? Write in the sense that she has some shred of talent or grasp on how to rightfully portray a story. The answer is simply, no...no she does NOT.
'1. Twilight Has Little To NO Plot.
2. Stephenie Meyer Rapes Her Own Characters.
3. Twilight Is Poorly Written.
4. Twilight Is A Pile Of Repetitive Fluff.
5. Stephenie Meyer Can't Write Worth A Darn.'
this were only some of the titles it gave on the spot.
Not all twilight fan's are like that.
Sure,I must agree some fangirls are way too obsessed that they could rip they're head off to be with Edward Cullen.
They can overreact with everything involving twilight.
And now here are some Comments,commented by someone who didn't appreciate Harry Potter:
The title is called:
What's wrong with HArryPotter:
…pedestrian, ungrammatical prose style which has left me with a headache and a sense of a wasted opportunity. If Rowling is blessed with this magic gift of tapping into young minds, I can only wish she had made better use of it. Her characters, unlike life’s, are all black-and-white. Her story-lines are predictable, the suspense minimal, the sentimentality cloying every page.
I have to say I found the writing worse than I remembered it from the English edition that I read. For a start, it was full of one of my pet hates: run-on sentences. Of course, these would also have been in the English edition. They’re so common in published books that I must have shut my mind against them to avoid being irritated. Unfortunately, only a writer is irritated by things like this; very few readers at which Harry Potter is aimed (middle-graders) will even realise the writing isn’t as good as it should be—and could have been with the help of a decent editor.
Take a good look at people who complain that the Harry Potter books are evil, by the way. Do they look as though they know how to laugh? Frankly, from what I’ve seen of them on television, they look as though the mere idea would crack their faces in two! I’ve never seen such a sour-faced lot in my entire life. Thank goodness all Christians aren’t like them. Real Christians are far more interested in spreading the word of God’s love for us and reinforcing the attempts of Jesus to get us to love one another as we would like others to love us, and to treat each other as we would like to be treated, rather than bashing poor harmless Harrry Potter, and suggesting that Rowling is encouraging children to worship the Devil (who isn’t even mentioned in the books). No sensible Minister of Religion is going to waste his energies ranting about Harry Potter when there is real evil out there from which to save his parishioners.
if you want to read more of the both anti's I give you the link:
For 'Twilight Sucks'
For 'What's wrong with HP'
That was mostly what I wanted to transmit in my message.
'There is no use for hate.'