Wow, no one's posted a thread for this yet? Usually I'm the late one to the party on these sorts of things.
Video description: "The first beta episode of Scott's Box. It's a show where I tell you all about the comics that have arrived in my most recent shipment."
Wow, I don't know if it's just me, but it's so weird hearing your voice in not-so-crystal-clear quality. It almost makes you sound like a completely different person. Or maybe that's just me not being used to seeing your face and mouth moving while you're speaking.
General note: yes, looking away from the camera so much is bad! The camera loves you! Look at eeeeeet!
Also, if possible for the future, it'd be nice if you either scanned in pictures/pages from the comics or grabbed pictures of the covers from the internet and edited the images into the video in post-production. One pic every few comics is what I'm thinking. Then the art can be seen more clearly, which is important for something with such a huge stake in visuals as comics. This definitely isn't
a necessity, as it would add significant extra production time to the videos, but it would be nice to see. Even just holding the comics closer to the camera would probably do the trick.
Overall, not a bad first attempt. Looking forward to more.