Well, you're being fair. I've actually been advertising it wrongly, anyway. I'm aware it's not "original". It's fanfiction. I've stated it several times, although I haven't been making it very clear here on Gaia. I'm not doing this with huge pride and joy-- I'm not trying to be epic, unique or witty and I'm DEFINITELY not trying to sell it as mine. It's fanfiction. Most people use it to either vent, relax/escape, or practice a certain medium before going at it in the real world. (I've only been treating it serious for awhile because it gained a fanbase that wants to be in the know). I've got several stories in the making that I haven't released because I'm protective of my work. While I perfect them, what better way to practice developing my art skills that with a fan comic involving many things that have inspired me? ...I'm sure better ways exist, but I came up with this crossover when I was a teenager and I felt I owed it to the people who've been looking forward to reading it during those years.
I'm sorry you didn't like what you found. But I've got a lot of friends supporting me on this-- I used to always quit things and I decided I'm not quitting on AGENCY, no matter how ridiculous it is to me (and critics my age) now. I'm very happy that you like my art, though. Maybe you'd like to stay tuned to my deviantart for my future comic projects. If not, then that's that. And I appreciate your honesty.