Not bad Tiger Calvin. Like the people who posted before me said, I'd put in a better background to make it more interesting to look at. I've never even attempted making sprites and don't even have a clue how you make them, so I can't offer much constructive criticism (or non-constructive criticism for that matter) other than that. Nice little joke there. I'll keep an eye on this comic. Post the next issue soon!
He he, not bad Tiger Calvin. I have one more little suggestion for you. You were good about making sure the speech bubbles that were supposed to come first were to the left of the bubbles that were going to come next, but since you can't always do that based on where your characters are positioned, I'd get in the habit of putting the first speech bubbles to be read above the next ones and so on as well as trying to keep them going from left to right. It's not essential, since you have been keeping them going left to right, but it might be something to think about. Can't wait to see the next issue! By the way, does your comic happen to have a name?
- Put the panels next to each other.
- Make better text boxes.
- The guns are pasted on the sprites. It's a better idea to put larger weapons like Shotguns a bit underneath the back arm. Instead of pasting it on the arm.
- The sprites don't move a lot. I suggest making new ones, or go the BnG Forums and try to find something.
They get better each time.
True dat. Improve on those bits and it'll get better. Trust me.
-I don't agree with putting the pictures right next to eachother. Put a black/white/combination of black and white line between the pics.
-Make sure the pics have the same width, or don't put them right above/underneath eachother. It's confusing, hard to see where a pic stops, and where the next one starts. Also, it looks smoother.
-... I find it hard to notice any other improvable things. Well done so far, I'm sure your comics will improve further.