Hey, a strip's origins are always fun to see. Especially the evolution in style and detail. And you've got a heck of a lot of detail in there, my friend.
I like the effect of the chain mail (at least, I'm guessing that's what it is) on the elbows and knees of the guy getting whacked by the broom. Of course, I also like the detail on the broom, the sight bird flying through the hole in another guy's abdomen, and the shading on some of the sword blades to make them look "shiny." (Again, I could be reaching, here. Please correct me if I'm wrong.) Either way, it scanned really nicely for being 23 years old, and mostly pencil.
"I promised myself that if I needed filler art, this would be my first choice. Up to now, this had been an effective deterrent."
Bwah-ha-ha-hah!! *Ahem* Don't beat yourself up! You've already got a consistent, good-sized archive, with several storylines/situations (I know, two are about to join), which is more than a lot of new comics can claim. Okay, I'll stop now.
In order to clearly see what is in the shadows, you must first enter them.