Well, they are kind of supposed be general purpose comic palettes. More neutral tones are around middle of each one. Just limiting certain channels with two others. Last one with 125 has five levels on everyone. Like five of Cyan, Magenta and Yellow.
Others two have three and four levels of Cyan and magenta. Yellow is always same, as skintones seem be requiring it most. I am trying to find limited, but balanced palette by playing around levels, until something good comes out.
And really, creating colours one by one as required doesn't work for me. You create two and soon you have two thousand...
Even the centers are relatively bright -- to me, the vibe is solarpunk in Kerala.
What kind of setting is this? Warm or cold climate? What season? What kind of landscape? What do the people wear? What kind of light sources? Neon, firelight, the sun, the moon?
What feeling do you want it to give? Happy, exciting, calm, scary, dull? Any significance to certain colors, in-universe or to the reader? (Think how colors like red, brown, blue and green have political meanings.)
I like these swatches, they're pretty and harmonious. But how good they are for your comic is another question. :)