I bought this to help support the aspiring manga community... And while I'm glad I did, I have to say it's not really worth the price. At the time I bought it, it was $3, down from an apparent $5-- which is actually pretty steep for as little story as you get in this. There's no way I would have bought this for $5.
Speaking of the story itself, it's easy to follow, but flat and riddled with cliches. I know this is just a primer/introduction thing, but it was cringe worthy. I hope it bridges away from the predictable, overused elements as it goes on.
The art was the weakest point. It was inconsistent and the pages which weren't rife with anatomical problems looked heavily referenced (I did appreciate the one panel which seemed like a homage to DBZ though. Big fan~). I suggest to study up on figure drawing. Real people, not just animu characters. Oh, and the colouring. It seems entirely traditional, which I appreciate. So much work would have gone into that. But the colours aren't leveled at all, and (I'll guess they're done with copics or something) aren't blended properly. As a result, they clash everywhere. Try and unify the chosen colours, or level them in photoshop or something after scanning.
I do commend the lettering work though. The sound effects and text boxes are placed very well. And that's not an easy thing to do~.
TL;DR - Needs a lot of work but I see potential if the artists works hard on the art and breaks away from a cliche storyline.