Every time I work on a comic strip I end up tediously tweaking the artwork to the point that I'm totally unable to see how it might be flawed in a fundamental way, or if the tweaking has somehow gotten in the way of reading the comic. Thusly I very much appreciate the brutality of anonymous internet criticism and would like such criticism now! Thanks very much.
In general I'd say that it's just too busy - especially the word balloons, which don't have enough space for the words. I know it's painful to cover up art you've spent a long time on with text, but the solution to that is to either plan out your panels more thoroughly so you know where the text is in advance, or to try and use more streamlined dialogue. At the moment, my eyes don't know where to go and it's a bit of an assault on the senses.
That said, I think your colours and lighting are handled pretty well.
Usually it wouldn't be much of a problem, but when combined with the areas of really dense text it makes the strip a little jarring to focus on
I had a quick check and it looked way less crazy in grayscale, so I'm going to chalk it up to the colours being a bit too in-your-face for me
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clarification: disney still copying is for learnin', didn't mean to suggest you insert those into a scene or w/e