I'd like to once again invite anyone who is hungry for thorough and honest feedback to post their comic. If you post your comic, I will read as much of it as I practically can and then give you as meaty a review as I deem appropriate.
What you should know about me: I've only been here for 4 months, and I am in no way a professional or commercially successful artist. I have a hard time engaging with anime/slice of life/school drama/quirky comedy. This doesn't mean I won't read yours, it just means I do not have as refined a palate for those niches. I have no intention of passing judgement on any comic. This is not me writing reviews for consumers. I am only here to say what I think is working and what is not working in your comic. I have no intention of subscribing to any comic I do not genuinely love.
You are welcome to review my comic (and I am as hungry as anyone for feedback), but THERE IS NO OBLIGATION TO DO SO. Giving reviews is time consuming, I definitely understand.
Last two season, for reference:
Post your comic, get a meaty, VERY honest, but NEVER mean-spirited review. I am here only to encourage.
When you post your comic, give me:
--1-3 sentence premise (Whether this is a pitch or a conceptualization, it makes no difference--or does it?)
--Genre and >>>TONE<<<
--Your inspirations and/or source material
--Summary of your intentions and expectations. What are you trying to do with this comic? What is your target AUDIENCE? How would you rank yourself among other comics you see?
I will take between 12-15 total entries this week.
I hope I can be of some service you guys. God knows I've gotten game changing advice.