You're keeping things very linear and fantastical, aren't you?
Personally, I like the kind stories in which it's a human who thinks that his life is pretty ordinary and then later discovers that a Power that he has no understanding of has chosen him to maintain a worldly balance. I think you have a lot of decent *Elements* written in your above posts. But that's all they are--elements. Those are not characters. They aren't plots. They don't even pass as ideas.
For example, these are ideas:
- Francis, a Hunter by profession loses control of his horse after a successful hunt one night and falls over a bridge into a dimensional rift that brings him back to the middle ages.
- Marvis, an alien who has been stranded on Earth, merely seeks to go home and is pursued by government officials who want to dissect him and profit from his organs.
- Sarah is a prostitute who sticks her nose too deeply into the wrong place and uncovers a plot to kill every hooker in the state of New York.
Those are ideas. They do not have plot or any semblance of a storyline, and they do not stand for anything by themselves.
In creating a story, you need an Idea, a Concept, Characters, a Storyline, and at the very least, a Conflict (usually more than one).
It should be interesting. It should be descriptive. In the sense of a comic series, it should have good artwork and detail and attract the reader for its use of color and/or imagination. For an example of good comics, read pretty much any Marvel series, and if you're a big fan of anime, read Fruits Basket or Hellsing. These are good examples of detailed artwork with a convincing cast of characters and excellent plot.
But don't expect anyone to do your work for you.