He's using strip creator (http://www.stripcreator.com/
). I'm not sure where to begin. I guess number one would be, start drawing stuff yourself, or at least make the thing's you're gonna copy & paste. I'm sure a few people will be able to recommend software you can use to accomplish those goals. (I think GIMP has been mentioned a couple times)
The second would be, use spell check. When you're writing the dialogue, whether you continue to use strip creator or not, put it into Microsoft Word or some other program with a spell checker. You're spelling and grammar are pretty bad and makes me not want to read your comics. It also portrays the image that you don't really care about the strip that much.
I have to admit, I didn't read all of your comics, it was too hard for me to sit through all of them, so I probably missed some of your better material. But if you look at it like I am Joe Q. Public reading your comic, I probably spent more time than they would. If you fix the first two issues, you'll be on your way to a better comic, from there you can start thinking about plot and scripting and other stuff like that.