You have got some good elements going on in here, and the design lives with a great flow that you can build on for future art. Forexample I love the white "square strokes" around the models head. You could even have used more of those, in different shapes. They work great with light-effects like the ones you have used (purple and cyan). I also enjoy the way you have used tilted "scanbars" to break up the model and the light-effects, while keeping a good balance with the scanbars at the top of the image. This gives a dimention to the picture where the model seems to be standing in front of the top bars whilst behind the bottom ones.
However there are things that can be successfully improved. For instance I fell that you have over sharpened the image a lot wich creates a lot of noise in the combination of too much contrast. See that the image of the model has turned blue in some parts of his hair. I don't say you shouldn't boost contrast of the model (or his clothes), this depends entirely on the picture, but try to avoid adding unnatural noise. This cant be seen in the preview but to me it feels disturbing when I watch the full view image. And there are other things that seems to draw too much attention in full view. It feels to me like you have used way to much texture in this image. Try to keep this style more minimalistic, just a 1-2 color gradient background and add elements that contain parts of the model or other design elements that you already created. Then add something that the colors can be put onto. eg. lightning, shapes, clouds, smoke (anything white).
Overall though, you have created really good flow and balance. In previewmode I loved it, but when I fullviewed it it felt too noisy.
Thanks for the advice. I agree, and have been working on a lot of those issues. Originally when i did this, i hadnt had much experience using the sharpening effect so i was not too sure how far i should go with it. At some point im plan to remake it with what ive learned. ^_^