Honestly, all this is very self-oriented (dare I say edgy)
and gives me the impression you're probably a high-school student dealing with social problems. I could be wrong, though.
It basically looks like you're just channeling pure id into all of these drawings without any real attention to anything else that makes artistic portrayal meaningful.
If you're concerned about creating things that others could be positively influenced by, or find enjoyable, you should think about what also speaks to someone viewing your art, rather than just yourself.
You obviously enjoy surreal or the unusual, so maybe try something more abstract. Look into styles that emphasize this. There's nothing wrong with channeling yourself into your art (provided my guess is even correct), but you should also make a point to making it relateable or interpretable to the viewer.
As a viewer, I'm not getting much more than you've probably watched or read Alice in Wonderland and related media. You focus on strange, deformed animals, death or things that are generally unaesthetic. What message am I to get from any of this? Ultimately, I'm just getting a message about yourself from your art.
By no means am I saying give up at art. Keep at drawing, but consider looking up research material regarding things that interest you. Keep an audience in mind if you want your art's purpose to influence a viewer. Try to speak to them with your art, not just to yourself. You'll find it's very therapeutic when your work actually inspires or encourages others rather than just being an echo-chamber for your self.