I'm sorry the reading order is slightly confusing on this page. I didn't realise when drawing it that was going to be the case. If you stick to a very rigid left-to-right and don't read vertically until it's necessary, you'll get it.
I've given myself more work because I decided to go back and 'square off' all the speech bubbles so they didn't look so...amateur? But also because my main goal in terms of type in this comic is to make it as natural as possible, I don't want the bubbles and type to simply be somewhere where the character dialogue goes, I want it to actually be the character's voice.
I agree wholesomely, I prefer it when speech bubbles are more apart of the pacing. Thankfully I dont think people do it so much now, but I dont dig older american comics where bubbles are just pasted ontop of artwork :S
And LOL I'm hardly a master of comiking, thanks for saying so though XD