I think you should totally go for it!! It sounds like a neat idea and if you think it'd be fun to draw I would go for it!
I think some things that really helped me launch my comic after many failed attempts of 'trying to make a comic' was definitely thumbnailing!!! Having those tiny rough page layout sketches made everything a lot more manageable because I could plan out my pages ahead of time instead of diving right into it!
Another thing that helped me was working in batches - so I did all the rough pencils first, went back and cleaned stuff up, did colour and then lettering. Sometimes I get bored if I have to work on the same image for too long, so doing all of one stage first was good because I got to move on to the next page faster. Plus, I found it helped with consistency because I didn't need to go back and swap tools all the time.
I really agree with what others have mentioned about one-shots or a "pilot episode". That's kind of the approach I took with the first chapter of my comic, where I tried to make the first one a self contained story/scene.
Good luck and have fun though!!!