Note: I don't mean to repost this, but I realized after a week of 0 responses in the Writer's forum, that even though I'm asking for writing critique, I'm asking for WEBCOMIC writing technique, and thus perhaps it fits better in this section than the former. If this is a problem, I ask that a moderator please delete one of these topics, preferably the one in the writing section, as it has gathered no interest.
That said, here is what I'm presenting.
I am requesting some critique on a few comics I've made in hopes I can find more of a focus/plan of attack with comics to come. I'm used to writing story-based, "comic book" style comics, but for various reasons am now entering the world of self-contained strips. My variety (this time) is absurd, with a minimalist style, which I'm trying to use to get me out of my head just enough that I can play around with writing and comedy more than I'm used to when I'm writing for a story. Basically spend the time working on how I write comedy, since all I've really done up to this point is spent time working on how I draw, and assuming I know what I'm doing in the writing department (probably a fatal mistake).
Here are 8 samples. Feel free to choose a couple to read at random to comment on (unless you feel like reading them all). I wanted to pick a variety, from ones I'm pretty happy with to ones I'm less happy with to see, in general, what's working and what isn't. If I have any vice, it's getting too talky when I start getting lazy. You'll probably parse that out. Based on this intro, maybe you already have.
Any and all feedback is welcome, especially criticism. But what's working is helpful, too. Thanks a lot!