I think i will join this discussion ;3
I and my partner in crime are not native English speakers and when we started out our comic, we had this huge problem with language, because it was translated and on top of that full of mistakes. Yet we had a friend who lives in another side of world and is a native English speaker. Now he edits our scripts and makes them readable.
Also I got to meet many great people and we just discussed our stories giving suggestions how to improve storytelling...Some people (including myself) wrote blogs about many things that can help one as comic artist and artist in general as well as storytelling techniques.
Comics who are starting out and inexperienced creators usually face a lot of problems with page layouts and compositions, bleed and save areas, paneling and tangents, wrong typefaces and many more that include technical fulfillment of the comic. At ink blazers, where we come form , I went over the comics and just gave feedback for authors....there was also a possibility to meet people in chat and just discus things over the cup of tea... There was bunch of senior artists who helped others, and I would be glad continue provide such help in Tepastic too.
I also run the thumbler blog for comic creators. It has wide range of tutorials and articles that might help those who are starting out. http://comictutorialsbya.tumblr.com/