Cutting the fire with his blade. Only one word for that. EPIC. I personally find it hilarious how the beast is trynig so hard to kill the hero and with one swipe of the sword, beheadment. And then his expression is just great, like he's done this before and it was nothing. I love the sillouette at the end, how not only the hero is walking towards the light but how the beast is also cloaked in darkness. Once again, just a small concern about how there is no blood after a death like that. But that's your choice. Again, amazing job.
I think it's pretty nice. Though somehow the two pages do not go together so well. It's like there have been twenty years passed for the hero. In the first page he looks very concerned, while on the other one it seems as if the dragon is no problem at all. Then the dragon itself, as long as he is alive, he seems powerful and mighty but when defeated by the hero he looks like a batch of dirt, not worth to bother with any longer(but that's not particularly bad, if you do not like dragons [and it seems as if the hero is not exactly a dragon fanXD]maybe a hughe and detailed dragon in the last panel would have underlined the 'awesomness' of what the 'little' hero has done to the 'gigantic' dragon). I think it would be a worth to try out idea to use slant panels 'cause it can underline the action speed...at the other hand that might be too much for a two sided comic. All in all I like it and I would definately read the comic(you should upload one for funXD).
keep up the good work a lot of artist,architect, and designers all have a hard time with point of view. But it seem you have it down pretty well. Just play around with it from different angles and points of view you'll probable create something pretty amazing.
only things i see are, his facial expression in panel 2 is too relaxed, also the fact he is in front of the dragon cutting the blast then he is like 10 feet diagnolly cutting the dragons neck, how did he get there?