I'm already subbed to you @Clauxx, and I think I already told you what I liked about yours. But for numbers sake 9/10 without even actually reading it, it's still visually captivating enough to try it.
@Rhonder Not going to a lie, it is a bit of a rough start, but don't take it as a kick to the gut. I do like that the characters seem to have an already established friendship, and it's clear that you already have a well defined world with it's own set of rules. Some things I've noticed are some anatomy disproportions, such as someone putting pressure down on Alex's shoulder to kick the water spell, Alex should have been tilted in some way to support the weight of I'm assuming squire guy, unless Alex is secretly a golem. It's little details that can catch my attention, also some pages you can still see white splotches where the paint tools didn't completely get into all the line art, so you sometimes just see little white particle bits on character models. It isn't bad, and I know there's an audience out there who would probably give it a chance so I'll rate it 6/10 (for mild improving on, that I'm sure you'll get to). Oh also very neat logo, it does catch my eyes.
@PrncssPscs I was going to try and go for the first five episodes rule, but I'll be honest I had to stop mid way through, I at least got to Part 2 of the first episode. On a positive note, I can tell you do have a passion for your work, I think that's probably an important factor when making a comic is whether or not you actually like working on it so that's a plus. You clearly want people to know your characters in a short amount of time which is fine. However, some dialogue feel like the characters are having two different conversations, and formatting your pages would benefit your work as some pages are stretched out, and a lot of misspelled words (although I'm not sure if English is a second language). I would personally give this a 2/10
@ghostieblu I'll admit I was a little turned off by that warning, but I get where your coming from with it. Some of the paneling was a little weird, but it didn't make it impossible to read, it had been awhile since I last looked at Mirror Monster. Because I already know your stuff drastically improves down the line I'm not going to talk about art or anything, I think you got that down pretty well as is. It's a good prologue that leaves enough mystery for people to want to continue reading and that's honestly what's important in a first impression 8/10 (it did seem somewhat rushed which is something I personally don't care for, but it doesn't mean it's a bad thing)
@ZombieOwl I never actually looked at yours before, I'm not really sure why so sorry for waiting until now. As a slice of life/gag a day writer myself I'll try to keep it to what's important when it comes to an introduction. First thing I notice is that the art style is very cute, I can dig that, catching the audience visually is important in a comic like this. I like the concept as I know nothing about martial arts outside the stuff I have to currently study on. There's a nice bubbly feeling you get from the main protagonist (because I don't recall a name ever being given). My only concern which as someone who also writes stuff like this I hate getting this too: some of the jokes just kind of fly over my head... The second strip would make more sense for me if there was a visual of what she was doing to cause her to feel miserable (small details like that). Other than that I think it's pretty cute. 7/10 (I might check it out again later)
I need a break and let some more people show up later...