I didn't want to put this in the artist show-off (where I spend most of my time) because I wanted to get feedback from actual comic readers on the subject.
I've been working on an online comic for about a year and a half and after following Mark Waid's progress with Thrillbent, I started thinking more about how digital comics are presented and why they're presented that way. I totally dig what Mark is doing over there and thought about applying some of the same things to my own comic. So, if you could take a few minutes and give me feedback about it, I'd really appreciate it.
Here is the way my comic is viewed now. It's pretty straightforward webcomic stuff with a slight twist. Still, it's a static page, like you'd read in print.
Here is a revised version with more comic "motion" (though not motion comics, ugh). Don't mind the site design, it's a test site. This covers the first 1 1/2 pages of that same issue. It's rough around the edges because this is more of a working prototype than an actual comic I'd release on my site. It definitely needs some polish.
Which would you rather read and why? What do you like or dislike about each format? Any comment or criticism is welcome and I thank you for your time.