Haha, me like. A suggestion: Do you have Photoshop or any image enhancing software? I love the hand-drawn look, but the contrast bugs me. It looks washed out and I think if you increased the contrast, it would make the comic more attractive imo.
@Marsh Do you have any tips? Shirley and I struggle a bit with the contrast of our stuff sometimes but any time I try to darken it, it seems to lose some of the details. I think it just darkens everything equally when what I really want to do is widen the range of contrast I suppose? Although she has also been finding ways to get it darker from the start with various papers / inks.
It takes some fiddling around with, getting a good scan in the beginning is a great start. Do you use grayscale when scanning? I believe that provides more contrast. As far as software, I have Photoshop and use Levels sparingly. There are a ton of other options (Adjustments) to use, but you have to have a delicate hand.
If you've got something that's just ink, just go into Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast, and turn the Contrast up. Fiddle with the levers to experiment. Afterwards, you can go into Image > Adjustments > Replace Color, then click on the color you want to adjust (white or black), and slide the lightness lever all the way to one end to get a higher contrast.
Here's what happened with a minute or two of fiddling with the Collector Carl comic:
@Anand It wasn't purposely, but funnily enough as I drew that I thought of having Carl stretch his neck out and descend slowly. Of course, I only thought it because actually doing it would have been... Odd. Also, it would make no sense within the context of the plot.