I really hate to possibly disappoint the small handful of people who've taken interest, and the couple who have backed it so for; hopefully this is okay with you.
After contemplation and insight from others, I've decided to end TAIM as a graphic novel before it goes too far. I've decided to continue it as an art project with individual entries, in no particular order story-wise (there will be part of the story illustrated in each image, left to interpretation of the viewer).
The problems with the graphic novel were:
1) it required readers to be worth making, and 2) I suck at marketing and have no clue how to get masses of people to look at it. Most of the people I showed it to anyway enjoyed the art itself, but weren't even remotely interested in it as a comic.
By changing it to a random art project, I don't have to care about the amount of viewers. I don't have to adhere to a strict weekly production schedule (which I was going to treat as a "part-time job" at 4 hours per day). I will be able to work on whatever art or scene I feel like, whenever the mood strikes, and put much more passion and detail into each individual entry. -This is something I can truly enjoy as a side-project while I'm working as a full-time student. Turning a fun concept into a marketing product just doesn't work for me.
I'm sorry if you were one of the few who looked forward to reading it as a comic, but rest assured we'll both get more out of it this way!
TL;DR: Changing TAIM to a random-entry illustration project because lack of interest as comic, production stress/restrictions, would prefer it be something I can enjoy as a hobby regardless of viewer success.