About that name you're after? Here's some advice:
1)Think about what the subject is for your comic.
In Frank Cho's comic the subject is the misadventures of the residents of Liberty Meadows, so, it's called 'Liberty Meadows'. In 'Flash Gordon' the titular character is also the lead in the comics. In 'Little Nemo' it's Little Nemo. Who's the main character or main focus of the story?
If you can't figure out the title, it's because you, likely, haven't decided what the main focus of the story is. If it's a person like Will Hunting in 'Goodwill Hunting' then that's the premise. If it's something more abstract like 'Pulp Fiction', where the story is about turning pulp fiction tropes on their heads, then that's the premise.
2)Give your characters a goal that defines an ongoing story.
'The hunt for red october' is about chasing a russian submarine. 'The maltese falcon' is about the maltese falcon. 'The treasure of the sierra madre' is about what else but the treasure? 'Kill Bill' is about, well, killing a guy named Bill.
3)Give your story a problem that needs solving.
'The Hustler' is about a pool shark obsessed with beating a bigger fish. 'Shawshank Redemption' is about a guy busting outtuh jail. 'No country for old men' is about a world-weary sheriff following a traveling fight between a psychopath and a greedy ex-marine.