You see, Homestuck is this remarkable work of art that was heavily crafted from outside input, initially. A true interactive comic, right down to its very core. As it goes on and shifts courses with the times, it still remains interactive, but in a rather violent way. Instead of the positive, intentional feedback playing a significant role in the story, the creator begins to mock the readers, their social structures, and everything they love. The comic underwent a gradual, yet entirely apparent metamorphosis from kind and accepting to passive aggressive, and then finally to straight up aggressive towards anyone and everyone who both partake in Homestuck-based community happenings and have any sort of critical thinking skills. Andrew Hussie realized he created a monster, a monster born from his beloved masterpiece, a monster that has spun out of control and needs to be destroyed, and it is only he who can destroy it. This is a battle for only him, but another mission drives him forward at the same time-to complete the story he has spent years and years nurturing and bringing into this world. Striking two birds with one very large anvil, Andrew incorporated halfheartedly mocking the fandom into the plot of Homestuck, while racking up millions of dollars to keep it going by the very people he spent so long cleverly insulting. Homestuck is a satire of itself. Amazing.