Here are three different maps of the planet that's going to be the main setting of a comic book I'm working on, each one showing something different:
As you can see in the first image, I mapped out the wind currents (purple) and the ocean currents (dark blue). My cousin mapped out the different biomes of the planet. I also added the equator and prime meridian (red), as well as other significant points of the planet's latitude and longitude (yellow, green, blue).
With the second image, I map out average temperatures, with red being the hottest regions and lavender being the coldest regions.
The third image shows the yearly precipitation ranges, with a more saturated blue denoting more precipitation.
I do have some knowledge of climatology, and so does she, but I am asking an expert here: Are the biome placements, ocean currents, and average temperatures/yearly precipitations realistic? If not, what would be?