Nice, seeing a lot of improvement as you go through the thread! The fifth panel of the last page of This 1 Time is really nice, sparse inkwork, with solid figure drawing. Kind of Hergé with the same thickness of line throughout.
If I can, I'd like to recommend a bit of life drawing or relying more on reference, as there are some moments where objects take you out of the story for not looking like their real-life counterparts. The car in 'inks02.jpg' would work better if you applied a real car design rather than a 'sort-of' car, and the trees are currently a solid mass rather than layers of leaves - little attentions to detail that would make your world look more concrete and realistic. It's a pain to have to draw a ton of leaves, but sometimes if you're more true to what you're drawing, it works wonders.
Also your use of blacks is improving loads - you should pop some darks on the sleeping figure at the end of the story as it would add weight to him and draw the eye down the page to where he lays.