Not bad at all. The frame lines look a bit sharp and jagged, but I guess that's better than soft and blurry. My only question is, what did you do with the grays? I only saw one overfiltered gray on the first page, nowhere else. Don't tell me there were there no other grays in the original raw?
I don't think there were greys. not that i remember anyway but i will take another look at the raw. I tried not to use any filters.i only denoised once an at a very low lvls everything else was burn'd.ill give it anothr shot though. thank you for the feedback
Better. Now zoom in and start getting rid of the rest of the noise. Use a brush instead of the burn/dodge tools. Just black and white, since it's a black and white image. You'll end up with a better outcome.
Well, you need to get rid of the text in panel 1 and you seem to have extended beyond the edge of the panel frame down at the bottom of the same panel. The fine lines are a bit blurry, especially in panel 3. You've lost some detail that needs to be fixed.