Surely, I'll write one up for you by tonight.
Thinking about your comic, there are two main things that come to mind for me. First is the uniqueness of your style- I really can't think of anything similar to it, very easily recognizable.
Second is how much improvement there has been over the course of the comic. I see it's only been around for a little over a year, and in that time you've gotten a lot better at writing, both in terms of story and dialogue. I can't comment too much on the improvement on the art, since you replaced the earlier pages in order to fit them into the new style. Not a bad thing, but on one of the pages you had included a link to where one might find the old archives and this link didn't lead to anything. The only thing I could say is your comic is very big on fanservice which didn't really appeal to me, being a straight girl, but you know your audience better than I do, so do whatever works.
Separate from the comic for a minute- there's a few comics from November going into December where the notes at the bottom of the page contain the phrase "There is no joke today" even though I'm pretty sure there was a punchline in those strips
I think you forgot to get rid of that after you made the initial jokeless strip.
Nitpicks: I noticed a few typos here and there, nothing major, but just something to watch out for. Also, regarding one of the strips from around last springtime- FCC regulations say you can't say "shit" on the radio, heh. And on October third you had the day's comic up but also a filler comic explaining why that day's comic was going to be late- I think you can take down the extra filler comic now that the actual one is up
Nothing major, just things I noticed because I was looking for them.
Oh, and that baby lake monster? It's friggin adorable. Just saying.
I laughed out loud at the Grease reference- because you built up to it and I was really hoping you were going to take it all the way, and you did. Good play!
In the archive you have several pages of filler- if you have time to get around to it, consider moving these out of the archive and into other parts of your site (very well organized links by the way, the column down the side is a good layout).
But your writing has gotten a lot better over the course of the strip. Now and then you could use a few more commas and punctuation, but you've gotten better about that also- it was mainly in the earlier strips that I noticed them.
My issue with the beginning of the strip was it was coming across as trying to be a gag-a-day strip and have story arcs at the same time, but neither was being acted out properly. Gag a day strips work because each strip is succinct and delivers a quality punchline within just that one page; story arcs work because they build up enough to make you want to click the "next" button and put everything together. In your early strips, you had the feel of a gag-a-day strip but the progression of a story arc strip, unfortunately the punchlines weren't really... punchy enough to really work for gag-a-day and the plot points didn't wrap up enough to qualify as a story arc strip. Over the course of time you've gotten better at using both, instead of having them work against each other you've improved at letting punchlines lead into
the next strip to move things along.
Speaking of moving, your timing has also improved greatly in terms of dialogue, storytelling, and humor. The later strips have been much more satisfying in terms of all three of those points.
You explained that you're going to be dealing with more dramatic things now instead of continuing with the humor-driven strips for a while. In a lot of cases, people get annoyed when they see someone moving from comedy to drama, but I think you're ready to explore that path. I'm picking up on a sitcom-soap vibe from your strip and it works for you. Just make sure to be careful when working with dark and light material- it's easy to mess up, especially if you've only been working in one of them before, but as long as you think things through and take a little more care I think you can pull it off.
I know I didn't have much to say in terms of how to improve your comic, but that's because you've already been doing so much improvement on your own that it would seem redundant or presumptuous for me to try and point you anywhere. But good luck with the new direction you want to take, even if it's only to be for a little while. It looks promising.