I like your expressions which is really important in a story that's carried by it's characters and their dialouge. Their designs are fitting of their character as well--their faces especially. The backgrounds are warped in perspective, or just plain flat in some places. You keep doing low ceilings with diagonal lines, but don't follow through with everything else in the scene. I agree with someone else that the background hatching is a bit odd. That's for two reasons: #1 It creates tangents between panels and some objects, #2 it's very sketchy and inconsistent which makes it distracting to the eye. Check out some Bernie Wrightson stuff to see max amount of hatching done to aid the art.
You flipped the bride 'n' cat painting. Cat is on the left in first panel, and on the right in the rest.