I think we should go with a rating system that goes from -5 to 5. As in, -5 is the worst thing you've ever seen, 5 is amazing, and 0 is literally nothing more than mediocre. It works better than 0-10 because on that system, while a 1 is a bad score, it's still SOMETHING. Even though we're moving to a system where we emphasize the bad as much as the good, don't forget that there are some comics out there that have no redeeming qualities at all. I mean, if we reviewed PronQuest again, would you want to give it any points (which imply quality) at all? Hell no, we'd take away points. Tax that shit for being godawful. On the other side of the spectrum, a 5 would be the maximum. If a comic is really, really good, a 5 is as good as a 10 because it's still the most you can possibly get.
This also gives us a chance to use more than one graphic for scoring. Positives would be with a positive, happy graphic, and negatives would be with an enraged one. And if you're conflicted you could use both. "Well the art is good on a technical level so I gotta give points for that, but the artist wastes a lot of time on pointless fanservice so then I have to detract from that. I give it three blissful fluttering doves and one grumpy turd." I think it gets the point across more than saying "I'd give it a four for art but…"
What do you guys think?