Gonna review this bastard next week. I'm pretty sure I can get the first draft ready by the Ides of March. I'm going to open the draft up to suggestions, because I know a lot of us have strong opinions about this thing and I will be intentionally leaving out material (which someone may make a compelling argument should be included), but I will be writing it with the angle of infuriating his tumblr fanbase.
I'd like to shoot for dropping the review on April 13, for reasons that should be obvious to other people who've read Homestuck.
Attacking the Tumblr fanbase is sortof an easy target and wouldn't be really funny, since it's kinda dead at this point, outside of a few dedicated artists and fans. It would be beating a dead horse at that point.
If you want a challenge, try to infuriate /r/homestuck. It's probably the only active public part of the fanbase outside of private chatrooms and the like.
I wanted to say something about "writing it with the angle of ingurating his tumblr fambase" because he doesn't have a tumblr fanbase any more. I don't mean they have faded back into obscurity, I mean it's dead. You might rustle a few people who care, one person might make a post, and that's it. /r/homestuck might be an easier target than one would think to jest, but it would be harder to let people know the article is directed toward them. While they have a simmilar mindset with tumblr towards the webcomic, they don't have the same culture. They have a fairly standard reddit milquetoast approach to discussion where every opinion is valid but you have to stick to your own thread. If you want to piss them off just say that act five, any segment, wasn't that great and someone will make a thread saying they are "mildly upset". Just creating an article on Homestuck will ravage a majority of TvTropes users, as they already hate the wiki, but also anyone who critisizes what they think is the greatest webcomic of all time, presumably because they thought the webcomic was catering to them.
Believe it or not, the true hard mode, and untapped source of fandom butthurt, is 4chan. Specifically, /hst/ on /co/, who are so jaded when it comes to the webcomic, they sneer at anyone who wants to talk about the webcomic and its flaws and only allow waifuposting and complaining about waifuposting. If someone were to write a review of homestuck just to get someone mad, it would be most impressive if they could infuriate /hst/.