Like them? I LOVE your comic as much as I love Darrow's Chosen Four comic, now all we need is for someone to come up with a fan-comic like that for MOTHER 3 *runs to drawing board* Also, any suggestions if you....Uhhh..... wanted to make a fan-comic???
I'm very flattered.
I don't really have an overly professional way of going about drawing my comics... but if you are curious, I'll give you a highly nutshelled version of my own process.
I come up with each page in my head, scribble down a VERY crude sketch, then on a separate piece of paper, start drawing the panel borders, using a ruler to measure things out and keep the lines straight. Then I write out the dialogue balloons to see how much room I'm going to have in each panel for the artwork. After that, I pencil in the art as best I can (as I never truly figured out how to do the "anatomy sketch" thing). Then comes inking --- that's done with the narrow end of a Sharpie Twin Tip for the thick lines, a Pilot Precise V5 for regular-sized lines, and a Pigma Micron 01 for extra-thin lines --- then once the ink is dry, I clean up the page by erasing the visible pencil lines, and that's when I whip out the colored pencils. About four hours or so later, once the coloring is finished, comes the most ridiculous-seeming part: since the colored pencils fade out a lot of the lineart, I have to ink in a second time anything in each panel I want to stand out in the foreground.
Maybe this whole thing would work better fleshed out as a tutorial.
When it comes right down to it, I think the best suggestion I can give is that anyone wanting to draw a fancomic, as you can glean from the above paragraph, is going to need a TON of patience. Of course, with the medium I use (traditional hand-drawn art and coloring), it's a given I'd say something like that, but whether you go that route or use something more digital (which, naturally, would be less work), it will still give your drawing-hand an awful cramp.