There are a few places
that suggest that white on black is a bad idea, or at least sometimes, depending, etc. For me, when I find a site with a black background, including yours, I immediately hit the "zap colors" button on my toolbar to force it to black on white. It's too painful otherwise. I'm highly sensitive to that sort of thing, though.
The last few comics are kind of interesting, but somehow lacking something. Let's look at the text on the latest one:
She's walking down the quiet streets of Brooklyn on her way to the cemetery, when she hears this pop song coming from a car radio. She looks down, and all of a sudden, she's nine years old again.
She's at the playground watching her older brother play baseball with his friends. She yells out his name to tell him that supper is ready, but he ignores her. He's too busy humming to that goddamn pop song.
There are a lot of words that aren't adding to the central point. Main point: a memory from childhood, how her older brother ignored her while having fun that she wasn't having. Things that are distracting from the main point: cemetery? Why? It's a promise that doesn't get fulfilled. "This" pop song? Which one? If it doesn't matter, then it's "a" pop song. Or even just a song.
I'll have a go at tightening it up a bit. This might suck, but we'll see:
Walking down the street, she hears music. She is suddenly nine years old again. She's calling to her brother that supper is ready, but he doesn't hear her. He is playing baseball with his friends, and humming that song.