Say, is anyone else planning to do Candi, because I'd like to take that one on.
*ahem* Spell checkers are good. Use one.
I've checked out this comic and read through the archives. And, uh, not to put too fine a point on it, your article has some pretty blatant mistakes regarding the plotline and the characters. Your description of Linda's interaction with Alex, for example, is flat-out wrong.
Beyond that, I've spent the past week or so gradually working through the Candi archives, and I enjoyed it a lot. Regular updates, believable characters who act realistically, and serviceable art. And unlike so many other school/college drama comics, many Candi strips still have real gags and funny punchlines.
I'll fix the errors, but personally I find the characters very immature and selfish. I know a good number of people who've read this comic and are the characters' ages that happen to think they act more like high\middle schoolers at best. Tell me, what is so realistic about a girl (Jesse) who started out as someone who wanted nothing to do with the rest of the cast's petty relationship wars and even told Candi to "grow a pair" with her problems with Alex to suddenly start acting like men are just tissues to throw away when you use\sleep with them? And her little comment on using him as a sex toy afterwards seems more like the attitude of a sociopath, not some mature girl who was one of the few people that to actually help Candi out with her volunter work.
As for the Alex and Linda thing, if you looked at the strip I posted, Linda was very upset at Alex's attitude and treatment of Candi and even tried to get one of her friends in on trying to break them up (because she thought Alex was trouble). From how she started to warm up to him during their tutoring sessions and the plot line was eventually dropped to focus more on Laura so I assumed that Linda was keeping her distance because it seemed that her and Candi were still friends. So it would be safe to assume this because that's what a friend would do, especally one that wished to protect Candi from her boyfriend. Then why would she suddenly congradulate Alex for dumping Candi like a hot potato on the night she was nearly burnt alive by a psycho? Even if she decided to place Alex over Candi, many girls would find his insensitivity a turn off. I know he had to break up with her sooner or later, but if Alex was as mature as he likes to think he is would've he have not dumped this on her at her most vunerable or at least waited a few days until she was better?