Before I mention anything else for this review, you should really get an editor to look over the script. The grammar makes the comic extremely hard to read and I found myself struggling to get through each update because of it. From the looks of it English isn't your first language so it's understandable that things would be awkwardly translated (at least you're able to speak another language - that's more than I could say), but I wouldn't be surprised if the poor grammar is the number one reason people wouldn't stick around after reading the first update.
Looking at the layout of your comic, most of it is really good. Each panel is different from the last and you do a great job at using space. There are some spots where the flow from panel to panel is a bit confusing though. Take this page for example. If you need arrows to point the reader where to read, it probably means the panelling is unintuitive and requires a change. The bubbling is also good for the most part, but there are some spots where you shrink down the font in order to fit the bubble rather than enlarging the bubble to fit the font. There was more than one spot where I had to squint to read what was on screen.
In terms of art, the minimalist vector style for the first chapter was really cool. I actually have a bit of experience with that style so it was fun to see. The normal art style is pretty solid as well since it complements the panelling.
The story itself looks to be a little generic right now, but its still early on so I'm sure things will begin to branch out once you get the ball rolling. Speaking of which, the pacing is solid. Things are moving quick enough that I feel like progress is actually being made but not so fast as to lose out on important world and character building. On the topic of characters, they (similarly to the story) are pretty generic. You have the oblivious MC, mean bully who pretends to be the MCs friend, the girl who becomes friends with the MC, and the "nerdy" character who commentates from the sidelines. Again though, there hasn't been much time to have any sort of development, just keep in mind that things are seeming to be too "cookie cutter" right now. Lastly, you do a good job at making believable dialogue between the characters (barring the poor grammar).
Overall, you seem to have a really good comic that's held back by poor grammar. If you find someone who's willing to help out, I'm sure you'll be able to grow an audience.