In the descriptions of the pages, he usually lists who the characters belong to and so on and so forth. The Goku character looks familiar to you because that's his self-insert, wearing the same hat and sword thing as he is in his profile picture thing.
A lot of these references I've honestly missed myself, even if I can see some of them looking back. So in a way, I'm certainly not the intended audience-though even if I were, yeah, this still doesn't work out. A friend of mine seems to have some qualms because of just how low-hanging of fruit this is, and the reality that any criticism probably won't influence the way that anyone at all thinks, especially not the artist...
but at the same time I cannot resist something so perfectly bad. I've honestly been just laughing page after page at what new things the guy throws in to keep it confusingly confoundingly bad.
It might be best for me, then, to just work partwise and go over some of the more subtle flaws in the art department, for example. Things that you see, but you don't really notice that you see. Certainly, for example, it's easy to notice that every single shot is a fucking medium of characters standing in the same poses from torso-up, but what about things like continuitiy of character position--or even the way clothing is drawn on characters, that is broken from panel to panel? Those sorts of little juicy details I'm adept at picking up.