Obvious this isn't true since I have over 100 images on my site but the problem is that whomever is "reviewing" doesn't consider images as content, and for a site that's just for hosting comic pages there isn't anything I can do about it.
Difficult to navigate through:
Now I can see how my site might be difficult to navigate, and if you're a frequent visitor to my site, please let me know how I can improve. Aside from that this is my major issue, I don't think my site is difficult to navigate through but this is my theory of what's going on.
The "reviewer" is a bot:
I'm almost 90% that whomever is reviewing all the ad sense applications is a robot and this robot doesn't know how to navigate through images. How I set up my site is I have an image and I embed that image with a link to another part of the site to basically work as a button, sounds simple right? Now there is no other way to access that page unless you have the link or click on the image with that link, this to a robot can sound difficult because it has to physically navigate through my page for a while to find that page. Now another thing is if the robot can use those images to access the next page it sees the link as a "pop-up". So TL;DR If there's a robot reviewing sites it's actually pretty stupid.
So what am I going to do?:
I'm probably going to have to edit the site in a way a robot can understand it, there's no other way for me to make money off the site if I can't get passed the review stage. So slowly but surely i'm going to make these edits. Edits I will be making to the site: being able to see the chapters and pages from the homepage tabs, also I will be changing the archive system where instead of just putting the image there with the link to the page, I'm just going to write the page number with a link to it so that way there's more words on the site, thus "more content".
This is going to be so time consuming and I was already working on fixing the buttons and weebly(The site hosting my site) does a pretty bad job at making things organized.