Okay... well the question is "what audience do you want to make this for?" That should decide your platform. Are you aiming for nostalgic adults (honestly I think this is the majority of the actual audience for Netflix She-Ra, more than children, and a lot of people insist kids don't watch Steven Universe, though with that one the viewing stats suggest that a lot of adults AND kids are watching it) or for children?
If you aim for a sort of retro look to the style and put it on a platform like Tapas, you should be okay so long as you don't plaster your comic with stuff saying it's "family friendly!" and "for kids!" or advertise it in a way that seems to target kids or parents. Like "this is a pastiche of old cartoons aimed at adults and I don't target advertising at kids accordingly" is a reasonable argument that you're not trying to attract kids to a platform where they're not meant to be.
If, however, you actually DO want children to read your comic, like you think "Oh, kids will love this, I want to show my friends and get their kids to read it and to provide good clean kids entertainment!", that's very sweet! .... But not for Tapas. For Tapas, it's a potential $40k fine. That's a lot of money for a small company and they'd be perfectly within their rights to boot your comic off to protect themselves if it looked like you were attracting an audience of children to the site. So my advice is to be honest with yourself about who you're making this comic for and to host and market appropriately.