Webcomic profile: Candace 'n' Company
Candace 'n' Company
Say Hello to Candace!
Last update: Yesterday, 12:01 AM
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Meet Candace, a friendly young lady fresh out of college! Follow along as she wages her daily battles against boredom at the office, a lazy roommate with a short fuse, and a rambunctious little pet dog. Will she come out on top with a big smile as she wins the day, or be overwhelmed by the small but relentless frustrations of everyday life? Have fun finding out.

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Jordan Smith
Jordan Smith
Hello! I'm Jordan Smith, and I'd like to tell you a little about myself. I've always loved both drawing and writing. What better way to combine the two passions than comics? Much of my free time inevitably gets taken up with me sitting at the drawing board, usually working on my latest comic strip, although I occasionally will work on something else. Obviously, being human, I sometimes find myself taking time off now and then, but there are many other times where I need to get back to work and crank out multiple 'toons before I forget the latest batch of ideas that somehow formed in my mind when I least expected it (actually, I occasionally manage to dream up a strip!). I spent years submitting comics to syndicates, and probably have enough paper from rejection slips to write up my own graphic novel. I currently earn about a buck a month doing cartooning, while spending a lot more money (and time) working at it. But technically, I'm a professional cartoonist and am hoping to make some real money at it someday. I like to think that through repeated cartooning I've gotten better. I save every original cartoon I complete, but am often embarrassed to dredge up some of the older ones. You're not likely to see any of them here. Just the newer ones. Well, thanks for reading!

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Jordan Smith
Turn your back for a second, and...
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Agreed!
So Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet, is really Candace! Suspicions confirmed! (I always thought Candace was too smart to be an office pawn,)
Jordan Smith
A big generational gap!
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Jordan Smith
Life imitates literature!
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