Hello! I saw this via the #ArtistCooperative Critique folder, so I'll try my best to give you feedback. I'm more familar with digital art, so unfortunately my critiques might be a little impractical.
First off, I think this is REALLY cool. There is so much style here, and the uniqueness lends really well to this piece. I love seeing something where I think, "I've never seen anything like this before." I don't know what mediums you used (my traditional-art ignorance showing here), but the contrast of the colored skin, and the flat lined hair, is beautiful. Just wow. I wish I could do stuff like this!
Art-wise, there is not much I could find to critique. Perhaps some shading on the glasses (the purple rims) might look good. I wonder if the bandaid could use a dash of color, a light wash of brown maybe (I think you should keep the white square bit a white square, I think that's what bandaids usually look like). I've left this for last, because I really hate to point it out, but you've mispelt "victim." I am SO sorry. Please don't let your eye draw to this everytime you open the page. I hope I haven't ruined it for you.
The scanning quality of this is superb, I can see the vivid colors and the linework looks sharp, that's very important when you upload pics for the internet. If you were looking to print this out for a friend or to sell, I would suggest making a "digital edition" - removing the line down the center (which would require a good eye and some knowledge of Photoshop), and extending the yellow color of the pages to the border. If you ever need someone to help you do this, I'd be very happy to lend a hand.
I'd like to add I've had a look through your gallery and you are very creative and talented, I look forward to more of your work.
Thank you for such an in depth look on my work I am aware I spelt Victim incorrectly, I had trouble with spelling when I was younger but I didn't really care, as long as people understand the message I was trying to convey then I don't mind. I dont want to fix it, I like it like that.
well I use a HB pencil to do the lines, then I go over them with a felt-tip black pen and then I colour them with ordinary colour pencils. I vary between brands but in this particular drawing I just used crayola pencils.