I'd say the characters in the first one look alright, there's a bit of a Raymond Briggs thing going on there. The shading and the texture is pretty good too, assuming the style is meant to look kind of rough, which is perfectly valid. There are some basic structural problems - the angle of the desks is strange and they're all drawn as if being viewed from front-on, dead centre. There's no vanishing point. The main problems here are technical, and any book on the basics of drawing could resolve the issues on display. I feel like apart from the technical aspects, this drawing is actually quite charming and if Labelle drew more like this, I'd probably like her art a whole lot more.
The bizarre thing is that Bill believes both of these viewpoints. He believes that troons (i.e., him) are inspirations paragons who can teach the world so much, but tragically, everyone else just doesn't seem to get how cool they are, and it's the fault of everyone else but him. Once again, anyone not in your hugbox hates you because they are evil.
I'm actually kinda glad it isn't, simply because those kitchen counters in the first panel look like they're in a funhouse mirror and I worry if more of then were shown I may actually feel woozy as my eyes try to sort the acid trip perspectiveYou know, billy boy could make the third panel full width.
But nah, too much work.