While I'm not the type that judges software after only a few minutes using it, ComiPo is simple enough that you can try every features it has to offer in that limited time for a quick review. A lot of people already gives accurate opinions about Comipo, so I'll keep mine short
This software is good for quick comic-making, be it for Facebook, community forum or your blog/website that just needs a bit more "picture talk" - it's perfect to transform daily joke or something you came up on-the-fly to a few manga panels so everyone can enjoy it without having to read through a wall of text. Literally EVERYTHING in Comipo is drag 'n drop and most of the time you are just moving things around, rotate them to fit together, throw in a few speech bubbles and maybe some expression/comic effect - simple as that.
Now for the bad thing - no customization is obvious. Even though you are given 3D models with a bunch of preset pose, you are unable to modify them further and just gotta use whatever the devs gave you. I know this is to simplify editing process, but it would be nicer to have an Advanced option so you can custom-pose 3D models (Maybe also within some limitation set by devs to make thing more logical). On the same subject, texture editing is also very limited - even a simple color change to character clothing is not possible at all, so if you really like a clothing set but its color is not your taste, you have no choice but to post-edit it after exporting image from Comipo.
While Comipo is mod-friendly to a degree and there are some very nice-made stuff out there, it's still not enough for you to make anything better than 4-koma manga - likewise, new updates just seem to add more useless stuff rather than what we truly need (though, maybe it's too hard for the devs to come up with the moment so we can only wait). The DLCs didn't help much either, as they don't offer much more than a few preset outfit and objects/backgrounds to come with. What I think is the worst is that character pose are not getting updated fast enough (not even DLCs), forcing you to just play around with the old one for a LONG time (And how many do we have, like 200+ which half are only usable on certain angel?). At least the devs are still being active on Steam forum, but whether or not our idea/suggestion can make it to Comipo is up to them. Me personally, I'd agree that a basic puppet tool would be MUCH nicer than those preset pose, and the ability to change skin/clothing colors is pretty much a must if Compio wanna get more customers.
Overall I'd give this software 8/10 - it suits well for me in assisting comic work, and I feel like I can play around with it for story-telling when I'm not up to making an entire Photoshop CS page. Although it might not worth the full price in some way, but feel free to pick it up on a sale.