Well thank you guys for the comments^^. Yeah my point was just sometimes, people achieve much more popularity with a simple comic than another comic which is drawn really well. And comics which can be drawn really fast, i dont know for example Kirby stories of that round pink character should be pretty fast do able. I mean you dont have so much to draw and can proceed through the story faster without losing time but having quite nice drawn characters. So thats why i dont really want to take all my free time just to make a few manga pages when i could have more success with a faster version of a comic and getting much much more pages done. Thats like a double win for me and the people who get faster more pages.
Good things take time, a lot of it. Comics isn't one of those things you get into unless you really love it. You're going to be working almost all the time, for very little return. Why do you think many of them have several people working on different aspects of the art.
Things take time if you want people to really appreciate them. If you feel like it's taking too much time, try to find a way to still produce good quality in less time by refining your process, but not just by leaving stuff out all together or lowering the quality.
What's most important in a comic is the final product - the harmony of the story and the picture becomes as important than the relative quality of either. If you have a great story and shitty art, then you have a shitty comic, and the reverse certainly applies as well. Comic pages take time, like any other form of art. There's a reason Marvel/DC books are only 22 pages a month, and they have a whole production team. Good things take time. If you think comics are bad, try animation. People skip through cut scenes in video games that took 10's-100's of people months to script, make the models for, animate, record voices for, orchestrate and the thousand other things that have to happen for you to even get it in your hands. You spend time on your art for the people who will spend time enjoying it - the casual viewer is ancillary.
A good comic is worth more than one read; the one that the artist decided wasn't worth the time to draw likely won't be worth the time to read at all.