So... is the portal thay are searching for right in the headquarters of the enemy?
Because otherwise I don't see why the Fateseer would stick with Kor'la for a month while her whole Craftworld is at risk from the 'nids.
Excellent Character development!
With the death of Solid Awesome (Space Marine Johnson), naturally some of that awesome will rub off on the people the awesome was with. Kor'la is now showing signs of that. No doubt other members of the group will start to show it too very soon... except Skraat, who was Liquid Awesome to begin with...whole different level.
Also, I sense a kiss-by-moonlight coming on ^^ And at this point, it looks like Kor'la could use it.
War changes man
I agree with the previous comments... mostly. First, the girl of the beasts is not without breasts, but it seems, that she was made to be a stringy woman with little effeminacy, though Darius changed his mind. Am I right?
Secondly Kor'la is an asshole, having to grow up like I suspect he did, but a warrior is always a warrior. And right now he is fighting a war for a cause. I love this page. I was waiting for this, to be honest. Kor'la need not to be awesome, because he keep his merits to himself. I am beginning to fall in love with this comic.
'Bout the foretold kiss scene:
Why would it be necessary to kiss under the moon? Yes, it would be romantic, but Shashiva... or Sha'shiva? ...is a sex freak. She is most likely about to befriend Kor'la finally, or about to express some respect towards their new leader, who is, surprisingly to them, a concerned one. Moreso, as I recently learned the hard way, a good friend worth a thousand kisses, and no cuddling can make you as fuzzy, like when a friend says: Everything is going to be alright.
Hm... Sadly, I need to tell you, that it is cool to cut a whole month, but it would be nice to know about some of the details about the struggle, or the surroundings, like the planet or its people... I don't know. Other comics usually post some text based pages to explain things that would look bad in visual, but vital to understand fully the events. This method is rough, and I wouldn't recommend such a thing, but X-Man (the original) used to have pages in them, where the characters discussed past things, and they explained to the reader, what happened before, also in this fashion, we gained insight into the heads and hearts of the characters. Such a page is easy to draw, since most of the pictures are text-bubbles. That said, I love this story and comic, and I am glad, that you are doing this.