Ok, Hexameron! Let me start by saying I really enjoyed this comic so far! The art style is great and fits with the tone you're setting! The characters are all very fun and I like how they interact (their dialogue feels like how kids would talk and distinct from each other at the same time), although we could do with more information on them (like I don't think anyone says the boy's name in the prologue and first story and feels like we don't know much about him or Summer yet). Pacing is really good though, I like how it flows and how you give yourself room to play and let the characters just be themselves. I only read the prologue and first story so far, but I like how you're setting things up. Horror can be a tricky genre, where some will focus on shocking the viewer instead of building up the tension and the dread of whats coming, and feeling that atmosphere. The key is in that we care about the characters and their safety, and so far I do. I'm no artist, so I don't feel like I'm qualified to give you criticism on that area, but I do genuinely like it. Also, l like how it feels like you're going to create your own Eldritch mythology within the story, that always gets to me cause I love world building like that. I feel like I need to read more to say more (and i want to!), but wanted to correct the situation here quickly so others can jump in and continue the thread. Hope that fixes it everyone, sorry again about the confusion before ^^
My Comic's Name: Frontier-0 Origins
Frontier-0 follows a zany team of bounty hunters along the edge of space as they just try to make a dishonest living. That is, all while surviving the competition, space pirates, an anti-alien government & giant talking bugs! This comics serves as a prequel to our animated series in YouTube, exploring the origins of our main characters and the world of Frontier-0!
Usually in sci-fi, it’s that sense of exploration and wonder that has allowed humanity to ascend to the stars, but the origins of Frontier-0 are rooted in survival. What if humanity had to go to the stars because they had no choice? Our planet has been taken from us, maybe rightfully so, and the only alternative is to plunge into the side of the galaxy, turning all of humanity into immigrants. What do we do then? Will we show our worse side or our best? Probably both, and that is at the very core of this series. For some characters it's finding their own way, for others it's redemption, and for others even just looking out for number one.
Hmm, it's hard to pin point any specif ones, but Star Wars and Star Trek always play some role when creating Sci-fi in general lol. I'd say Guardians of the Galaxy definitely inspired me in some ways too. A lot of people who have seen the animation or read the comics have said that my comedy feels more like Archer though, and being a big of that show, I suppose I could call that an inspiration as well.