Comic strips are really hard to make as a one-person army. One has to be able to draw, script, and possibly color. There are some popular comic strips produced by more than one person (and possibly more than I know of). Why not try to start a new one? Or even if making comic strips is just a hobby you wish to pursue, but you know that you're only adept at one of the necessary skills, why not use Share the Squares to crowd-produce your comics? Well, there's an easy answer: Share the Squares doesn't exist yet. But maybe it will some day.
With Share the Squares, you can choose to either start a project with a script or a set of drawn panels. You can also choose to work on an existing project, drawing panels to fit a script, writing a script to fit some panels, or adding color to give a strip some extra dimension. Pick your poison and play along.
I can't say that I'm particularly good at any of the phases of comic strip development, but I appreciate the art, and if I ever have the skills necessary to produce Share the Squares, I just might. In the photo above, you'll see my attempt to give a script and some color to a drawn set of panels from an existing comic.
Let the comics roll, in their lines and in their times.