Such a beautiful mix of colored black&white photos with computer coloring... Although in the last panel Malaak's waist just looks a little too exagerated for some reason. I realize of course that this style always has the exagerated waist and it just about always looks really good, but this one seems a bit overdone. (can't help the criticism since your work usually looks flawless to me...)
This one worked great, and I'm fascinated by the fact although the picture is not clear enough to actually show rubble, it still comes across as a city in ruins. I was lucky – I had visualised the panel and it turned out I had just the picture I needed for the composition!
Actually, the same thing struck me too, waist too thin. I think it's thinner than her face
But then again you do exaggerate some features (like making heads slightly bigger) and it's ok. I guess you were emphasizing she's really fit
The real background in the first panel really brings the story to its context and it goes very well with their explanations of the brigade and also with Malaak's "I need to get out more" confession. I so identify with Malaak in that moment, because it's so hard to hide my ignorance of wordly affairs at times.
I've been asked to start a web comic ... but i've never done a comic before how would one get into starting one.. because i've tryed before but trying to draw the character perfect again and again in different poses and exspesstions seems very difficult ?
That's why you need to make character sheets, so your characters' features are clear in your mind. Once you know exactly what they look like, and if your drawing skills are sufficient, it shouldn't be hard. If you find it difficult though you might want to practice some more before embarking on a comic – it's a large endeavour.