I knew there was something I was forgetting to do this week, sorry bout that.
I've known about your comic since first starting tapas two years back, but for some reason I never checked out too many comics during that time due to focusing on my own at the time (which honestly hasn't changed all that much). I could have sworn this comic was a lot more sketchier looking when I first saw it, but I must have imagined that.
I think the dynamics and angles you use are unique and interesting enough to keep me engaged. I like comics that are willing to really push a dynamic action scene instead of playing it safe and stale. The character designs are what really peaks my interest, it screams dynamic and charm, (Granted I'm only on story 2). Facial expressions scream out to me too, some are really goofy and easily remembered the one I think about is alligator gals introductory smile and evil boss at the toward the end of story arc 1. Everything about it feels like pure stupid action fun (not an insult).
If I had any complaints its the dialogue, but I'm fully aware that the story is set in the swamp/wetland South so some dialogue I had trouble understanding, and like any heavy action comics there's hardly any character development outside of what the character is currently doing at this direct time. Sometimes the comic seems to be rushing too, like you just want things to get done now, my example for this is at the end of story 1 you already introduce alligator girl, but chapter 2 starts with some kind of build-up, but I already know what she looks like kind of thing.
Other than that it was still a fun read, and look forward to more episodes in the near future.
7/10 (I like the aesthetics of the comic and it's entertaining to look at)