All my stories are in the same universe so I can do whatever the heck weird stuff I want aesthetically speaking. My next story looks NOTHING like That Stick Figure Isekai, yet it's its sequel. The same can be said about the third entry in my story which has more of a anime/hip-hop aesthetic.
But if you ask me, I keep things out of order. Like literally the reader can start off wherever they want and not get confused by the current plotline. Sorta like how people approach the Star Wars movies. Do I watch the old ones first? Or do I watch the prequels? What about the new ones since Abram intended that as a jumping point for wee bebes? The main character of my third story is revealed to be dead in That Stick Figure Isekai (he's a side character there). I keep each story self-contained too... despite it not.
I think since we live in a world where spin-offs and shared universes are now more prevalent, this is the go-to method. People on Tapas get away from the fact that they have to read different comic books in order to understand a grand narrative. They just want something that's quick and simple to read.