The last panel could use some perspective work. I think you might benefit from tilting the floor a bit, lowering the wall, and maybe moving the camera a few degrees to give the shot some depth. Bending one of the protagonist's legs to a more off balance angle would also sell the fact that he's being pushed more.
It took me a while to figure out what was going on in panel 2. That's where you could pull back a bit to show more of the body in action.
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Thanks, those are some very good ideas. I'd certainly like to point antibunny.net more directly at my comic. Since I have quite a lot of pages, I think I'll keep pushing to get all of Book 1 up, and then slow down to a daily update until I'm through with book 2, and back up to current. I'm already seeing a big uptick in traffic, so Comic Fury will hopefully be good for my little comic.
Hi there. I run AntiBunny http://antibunny.net and I'm in the process of moving everything over to Comic Fury. I'd only moved off of Comic Genesis earlier this year, and had gone with Smackjeeves for their customization features. Features which now do not exist. Thankfully someone was kind enough to point me to Comic Fury as a last bastion of webcomics that don't strip creative control away from the artist by forcing them into tapas style phone comic formats.
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