I think the idea for the story is somewhat compelling: two people coming together and bonding because they share a unique trait, but you seem to be all over the place. You start with Eli alone, then jump to a childhood flashback, then jump to him working with Lori, then jump to him visiting Lori with an abitrary and bizarre sighting on the road, then jump into Lori's flashback and none of this really amounts to anything. What is the story? Where's the conflict? Since I hace no idea where you are going it's hard for me to give you any suggestions. I will point out of few things that jumped out at me.
How is the reader supposed to distinguish between the Lori and Eli captions early on when Lori has not been introduced yet?
The captions on Page 3 seem redundant when the illustrations tell the story clearly enough.
The two do a lot of talking, which I like...I'm big on dialog, but not much insight into the characters is revealed...and the conversation from Eli's point of view seems odd since he just met this girl and is already telling her about a wacky mom and a floating fish.
I like the overlay of the lyrics while he's driving, even though I am unfamiliar with the band or the tune.
The appearance of Medb before we know who she is along with the man carring the cross is confusing as is Eli's sudden and seemingly uninvited visit to Lori. Lori's flashback regarding Medb doesn't tell us much other than the woman has an affinity for seashells. What's the point? You've inroduced her as seemingly menacing but the flashback does not give us any kind of hint as to why she'd be that way.
The story moves slowly and seems disjointed to me, but I don't think it is boring. I just think you need to take a direction and give the reader some sort of idea as to where you are going with things.
What do you think?