This looks really cool and very well done but I noticed you don't have as many subs or views as I personally think you should. I hope you don't mind me giving some advice that will make the comic flourish at least a little bit. (I haven't read though all of it so I might miss some things).
The only genre you have checked on Tapas is romance, and while I'm sure romance is a part of the story, this is very obviously an action focused comic from the tags you have in the details to the cover of the first chapter. Tapas now allows for more than one genre, 3 in total, listed so I think you should change the first genre to action, them make the second genre romance or whatever else genre you like that fits your story.
2) Episode length.
Right now, each episode has an entire chapter worth of content. For Tapas, a platform that advertises shorter, more easily consumable episode lengths (1-5 pages, 6-12 panels), the amount of content per update may put potential readers off. I've seen that you started the manga in 2019, but you only have 6 episodes and extremely long periods of time between each update. Because of all of that, people are not seeing your manga in the fresh section of Tapas nor in the popular section because of low engagement. My recommendation is to start from scratch reuploading smaller episodes of no more that 5 pages weekly or biweekly. Because you're already on the 6th chapter, you should have enough of a buffer so that there aren't long empty periods between updates.
I'm assuming the pages are formatted the way they are to fit the long form scroll format of webcomic platforms, but you don't have to do that if it makes the manga harder to read. There's a place for page style formatting in the webcomic sphere and people likely won't hold it against your work if it's good. Also, action comics, specifically action scenes, tend to be harder to read or don't flow as well when they're in scroll format compared to page format. So I recommend uploading full pages instead of cutting panels up to fit the scroll format.
This is a personal gripe, I guess. Panels are duplicated and zoomed in on throughout the first chapter at least. It's very weird and jarring to read because it messes up the flow of the reading experience. Instead of an action scene being fast-paced and energetic, things are slowed down so the reader look at a panel they've already seen. This kind of editing can work if you want to put emphasis on certain panels, but to do it for every panel is not good.
I think you and your artist have very good work here and I'm genuinely willing to give thin manga chance. I just think some things should change first if you want to reach a broader audience on Tapas.