YES!!!!! You've finally rectified that hideous error made over a hundred and forty years ago, that nobody had the good sense to correct.
[saves the picture]
Seriously, this is made of win. I'm glad you decided to tackle the project because really, this *is* what the Amis were supposed to have been like: not a bunch of ghastly, badly-aging chaps with receding hairlines (well, except Bossuet) and dubious number of remaining teeth, but a group of idealistic young students with a beautiful young man at the helm.
I like how Joly (who's rubbing his nose with his cane, no?) is talking to Feuilly in the background, rather than playing dominos with Bahorel in the foreground as I'd originally imagined (it's Bossuet and Grantaire instead, and Bahorel is next to Prouvaire, as they strangely are throughout the book) - it's evidence of fanfiction influence (Marguerite's, yes?) sneaking in, and it makes it, I dunno, more personal somehow.
And bah, it's not stealing if it *improves* on the original!
[PS: Yes, Combeferre looks as if he's a little besotted with Enjolras. Not that that's necessarily a bad thing.]