I am super intrigued by this!
The start was a slow and ominous, setting the tone right off the bat
and just when you think you get where the comic is going these aliens show up and turns everything on it's head.
I see a lot of comic trying to explain TOO MUCH at the start with a prolog or something or trying to make everything mysterious and end up explaining nothing, but I feel like you found the sweet spot where nothing is really explained but it's entertaining enough to make you wait for the exposition later. Well done!
I'm still not sure what your comic is about but I'm fairly certain that the plot thickens pretty soon judging by how things are moving.
However if there is one thing I wish you did differently it would be some of the backgrounds because
I found it hard to follow where everyone was.
In the scene with the parachute, the main character is in a city, meanwhile in some desert there is this bandage guy with some green aliens.
"Alright, there in two different locations"
Or that's what I thought until the main character meets the bandage guy in one of the abandoned buildings.
So is the city close to the desert? Are there two bandage guys? Is the city within the ship Bandage guy is salvaging?
- If the city is in the desert I feel like it would be much clearer if you saw the city in the background while Bandage guy instructs the aliens.
- If there are two bandage guys you could make the two more distinguishable
- If the city is... you get the point.
It might be hard to fix now since it's already been uploaded and the show must go on but maybe keep that in mind in the future because all the characters feel organic and lively.
From the parachute scene to bandage guys constant struggle with the aliens, it all rings true.
This is just me wanting the environments to show the same level of thought and creativity : >
Love the comic all the same~
(P.S Compared to yours my start was a bit shallow I would say, would you mind looking at it and tell me what you think?)