Niños privilegiados e insatisfechos

Grant Morrison lo expresó bastante bien aquí.

So it’s just the nature of the beast, that’s just the nature of the mega-crossover?

Of course. I’m one of the people in the camp who would rather wait for top-quality work than see production-line level quality across the board. There is a middle ground here, but you can’t expect all of your favorite artists and writers to be able to occupy that middle ground, unfortunately.
I mean, there are a lot of fans out there who are like, “I want it, and I want it now.”

Yeah, I know there are, and they’ll all get a well-deserved, long-awaited, short, sharp shock when they finally realize that real life is less indulgent of their petulant whims than mummy and her ever-giving tit! [Laughs].

I’m sure Dr. Freud had a name for this kind of oral compulsive bird-beak behavior but, in a world where there are still too many mothers whose dearest dream is a single bowl of rice with which to feed their diseased and doomed children, it’s really hard to have sympathy with a bunch of blubbery malcontents bitching about the frequency of their comic books.

You get it when it’s done, o ye privileged, dissatisfied child of the Capitalist Society of Spectacle.

Aplíquese también al supuesto "derecho" a tenerlo todo "ya" (series de televisión, películas, etc.) que algunos (curiosa y paradójicamente) disfrazan de retórica anti capitalista...

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