Ok, well here goes. This is for the comic. I think your description gets the point across about what your comic is about, but it's not my cup of tea. I would critique the premise as being somewhat x-men derivative, only with the added difficulty of portraying people with mental illnesses as somehow 'well enough to be teen superheroes'. Sorry but it gives me the 'icky' feeling, especially with the up-front declaration that we're going to go over the main character's trauma which was so bad that it gave him a mental illness. There's ways to do this story, don't get me wrong, but doing it without fetishizing things that are very serious will be a challenge. If it were me, I'd rewrite the description to focus on the main character's growth and journey of healing. If healing's even possible, I don't know? Sometimes you don't just fix mental illness, sometimes it destroys people's lives and it's very sad.
The art on the other hand is very pleasantly good, much different than your icon, and I think more attractive. I might try to get the icon more in line with what your overall look is going to be. Your lettering might be able to use some work. Whether or not you intended for the words to run outside the bubbles, I'd make it more deliberate if that was your intention because it looks a bit careless now. Speaking of careless, the multiple Adobe Spark logos half way down were a bit distracting. I'm personally very anti-prologue, but this one isn't particularly bad or good, it feels pretty standard. The worst sin of the prologue is that it tells me nothing I didn't expect to have told to me. My thoughts are: if you do a prologue make it a surprise, have some kind of unexpected twist.
There's not much to say really about how you handle the plot points that worry me in the description because there's only the one episode, but with some care and thoughtfulness, I'm sure you'll manage ok. It's good art, and with a bit of polish and a clearheaded direction on the writing I'm sure you'll find your niche.