As you requested, I took a look at your comic, but I would have to respectfully disagree with your statement. Your panels and sprites are haphazardly arranged on the page and your dialogue is riddled with spelling errors. I apologize if that sounds harsh, but it's the truth.
If you are serious about wanting to make an active effort to make a good sprite comic, I invite you to read a guide I published a while back for newbie comic authors like yourself:
Looking through the comments you've left on other comics, I see you're in the habit of posting comments that advertise your comic and do little else. While I can understand wanting to promote your comic series, I'm not so sure if this is the best way to do it.
I'll look at it myself, later...
If you look at all my comics, I like to do what is defined as Free paneling, but I prefer to do a zig-zagging style where the person reas it like a normal comic but at the same time the comic guides the reader and has a pretty awesome background
I looked at your profile and saw two comics listed, but they both appeared to be collaborative. Could you perhaps point out a specific issue from one or both comics that was made by you, so I can investigate your statement myself?
In the first few dozen issues of my comic, I as the author got involved quite often, because only two regular characters can get boring after a while. I introduced Amy in comic 101 (I think) to add a third regular person so I wouldn't have to use the author so much.
Sorry, I normally don' come around to comics to look at comments because I have over 100 favs and normaly 5 update each day. I had delete my comics due to a bizzare case of hacking. I'll give you a link when I re-make my comic