Okay, here is my honest opinion:
The overarching theme in all my critique is going to be this: Do less. Be a little more minimalistic. Use fewer words. Utilize white space.
1) If I were just scrolling around, I wouldn't click on your comic because of your thumbnail and your story description doesn't engage me. The picture doesn't seem to match the description and I'm just overall very confused on what the story is about. From the thumbnail I'd guess it's some kind of sci-fi psychedelic thing. But then the story description is about newspapers and something called plot armor? I have no idea what "earn their plot armor" means but not in a "oh I'm curious" kind of way but in a "i'm not willing to expend the mental energy to figure out what this person means and move on" kind of way
For your story description, one sentence, maybe two, at most is all someone quickly skimming by wants to read. ie: Kate, the daughter of a _____, faces < problem > on her journey to becoming a true protagonist. (Although I don't like this "true protagonist" thing still because I have no idea what this means.)
2) Once I clicked on the comic, I saw that you have a prologue. Which made me groan because I kind of hate prologues. This is a personal opinion, but most of the comics that have them are either 1) poorly done 2) unnecessary 3) both.
3) However, I wanted to try and give the comic a chance since you asked for feedback, so I clicked on the first episode, and I couldn't get past the first panel because the lettering is so difficult to read. The font itself is not a good one (choose something more simple!), plus the varying font size, some of it in all caps, some of it not, the sheer amount of words and the strange speech bubble shapes just overwhelmed my eyeballs.
4) I think your art is really clean, but the comic lacks polish and professionalism. I recommend you read and follow this and look at some of the other resources that webtoons have for creators. Also, if you look up Walter Ostlie on Youtube he has a lot of great advice for comic creators. Definitely watch his video on lettering!
Edit/ Also it's natural for comics to improve, but consider updating the first three episodes with the improved art/lettering and an author's note that explains the change. Otherwise, you might get new readers that won't give the comic a chance even though the art has improved a lot.