I am resistant to change for three reasons:
1. the "keenspace" url is already printed on my massive amount of propaganda, and entered into various databases and listings.
2. Keenspace is simple to say, spell, and is widely recognised.
3. The word keenspace is also classy, which niether of the choices can offer; short and unilliterative, adding to the sophisticated air, and altogether awesome.
Toonspace sounds unattractively juvenile, webcomicspace too generic and unremarkable, and comicgenesis both pretentious and potentially difficult to spell and type. Ease in spelling and typing are important for easy acess to your own ftp server, and when new and probably initially disinterested readers try to half-heartedly find your site. Accuse me of lacking faith in humanity all you like, but people are lazy, judge books or comics by their titles, and if something turns out to be remotely hard they don't baother with it unles they have some personal investment, which is unlikely unless they're your own friend from school.
Do you hear what I mean?