Well, I get my inspiration mostly from writers. There are a lot of Alan Moore interviews online where he talks about what aspiring artists should care about. There's also the "Make Good Art" speech Neil Gaiman did, which is awesome.
And then there's Stephen King. In this video he's talking to writers, but I think it applies to artists in general: King's advice
I like the energy of the strokes, and the composition of the pages. There's no wasted space inside each panel and the gutters (the blank spaces beetween panels) are thick enough to let the page breathe.
There's room for improvement in the areas of anatomy and perspective, in my opinion. The lettering's very good, too.
The story's easy to follow, there's good storytelling there. It's a black and white comic, however pages 92 and 93 are in color. Maybe the author, Outlawkion1, was experimenting there, because page 93 es in black and white again, which, in my opinion, looks better. If I were the author, maybe I would stay with B&W and try to add more contrast, to see how it looks.
Here's the newest page of my webcomic, Silver Nights, and now that I look at it, I should have used a bit more contrast in the coloring, too.
Sorry Systemcat, I was reading Pulse when you posted, so I didn't see your post.
So now I'll follow the rules and comment on Light Bulbs: It has some clever dialogues and having the word balloons in color makes it easy to read. On the art side, I think it can be a bit easier to follow the story if you draw some more backgrounds, as you did in pages 9, 12 o 24. I know sometimes it can be sooo boring to draw backgrounds, but I think it's worth it. Anyway, in this case the story still works without many backgrounds, because it's very well written.
I like the story, mostly because of the good characterization and pace. As for the art, it really looks better in color, it's like it reads faster somehow. Also, I would like to see more action scenes as the one at the begining, but that's just me. Good, consistent stuff!
My comic is called Silver Nights and here's the newest page: BANJO Page Seven. Silver Nights is a series of mystery stories (sort of)
I'm here to shamelessly advertise Silver Nights, which is a series of mystery stories, or maybe of unsolved mystery stories. The first story's already complete, it's 16 pages, and if you want to read it you can start here: Silver Nights!
It's being updated every tuesday. This is the first page of the first chapter:
I don't have anything else to say. I should be drawing now. Thank you.