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The EF 35/1.4L has pronounced coma in the image periphery on a full frame sensor when shot at apertures faster than f/2.8. This is what you are seeing in your sample images. It is one of the known shortcomings of this lens. A future update to this design should reduce this aberration.
Shouldnīt Coma point to the center of the image instead of this radial style?
Not necessarily. You can see examples of coma in the reivews on LensTip, as well as in Canon's EF Lens Work (8th ed., ch. 10, pg 199, fig. 2). Comatic flare typically manifests in a fashion that might suggest a pair of "wings" emanating from the image point. See here:
Coma typically causes blurring in the tangential direction, consistent with what we are seeing in the OP's sample images.