I don't say this very often, but I'm a little offended. I can't believe my money is paying for this. The worst webcomic I recognize in that list is "Scenes From A Multiverse" which I could have sworn I threw into the Bad Comics subforum...
I thought this place runs on perpetual outrage? Look, I think it's a mostly accepted premise that most webcomics are terrible especially since there's no barrier for entry. The disagreement often tends to be on what falls into the "most".
I'll post this link here in the dedicated thread for this as well:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Film_Registry
So we can all see how a more established setup with a longer history handles a similar premise. Now film production has a barrier just by cost alone before distribution even comes into it but I'm sure we all have titles on what's been archived which we can't stand.
Anyway, I think this is overall a good thing. For starters, a few good ones will make it by virtue of being ... well, good and you've got to look at this another way. It's an opportunity
How so? A whole new world of targets that might not otherwise have come to attention, for starters ...