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  1. "A Tiny Woman"
  2. http://egscomics.com/comic/party-112 Wanding ethics.
  3. Story January 20, 2020

    The problem with that theory is that the last magic change was hundreds of years ago, and doorknobs like the one in question didn't appear before the late 1800s. Of course, Dan may not have done any research into the history of doorknobs.
  4. Story January 20, 2020

    The doorknob that clicked so long ago without anyone in the basement noticing? (Especially Tedd?) If there is anything to that theory, I think it would be more likely the door itself consuming energy. It's bigger than a doorknob or a drumstick, after all. As to why, maybe building up power to open some sort of magical gateway to another dimension. Or to the PTTAOLUTASF. Or to the miraculously clean gas station restroom down the street from Salty Comics. Or Lavender's place. I guess it's too much to ask for Belldandy to come through that mirror...
  5. Story January 20, 2020

    http://egscomics.com/comic/party-111 Literally the power supply.
  6. http://egscomics.com/comic/party-110
  7. Story Wednesday, Jan 15, 2020

    And yay for the two tiny drops of sweat.
  8. Story Wednesday, Jan 15, 2020

    Grace has already seen Elliot's mall form and Tedd's first reaction.
  9. Story Wednesday, Jan 15, 2020

    Possibly like the last panel here, followed (of course) by more reactions. None of the others have seen Ashley and Mall Elliot kissing before.
  10. Story Monday, Jan 13, 2020

    Mall Girl does have slightly shaded hair in So a Date at the Mall, but in her last appearance before this one, in Sister III, she doesn't have that shading, and Elliot specifically said to Tedd (and Grace) that this was the pink-haired girl form he hadn't shown them before. BTW, I call the pink-haired girl "Nadeshiko". It's the name of a Japanese carnation, also sometimes called a "pink". And it's also the name of a gigantic space battleship captained by a woman with a gigantic... chest.
  11. Story Monday, Jan 13, 2020

    Definitely does have the Mall Girl's...chest.
  12. Story Monday, Jan 13, 2020

    I thought Elliot would choose the mall girl because she created that form at Ashley's request. As far as we know Sarah hasn't seen the mall girl yet, although by now she might have at least seen videos or stills caught by phones at the mall. And those aren't boots; they are loose socks. The idea is supposed to be to make the thighs look slimmer, I think. To keep them up, some Japanese schoolgirls are supposed to glue them in place. But are they really still fashion in Japan?
  13. http://egscomics.com/comic/party-107 I decided to put (Sarah) and (Ashley) in parentheses because they don't actually have any lines--but their presence is important.
  14. Story Wed Jan 8 2020

    Maybe Dan is thinking more "wallflower" than "irrational fear of yuckiness". [Thought of this later."] I think that leaning against the wall opposite the mirrored door leaning on the opposite wall puts Susan as far away as she can get without actually leaving the room. We've sort of seen this fifteen years ago, when Susan, along with Sarah, Elliot, and Tedd sat at the top of the bleachers--next to the wall--for the Monday morning assembly at Moperville North just before Matt Cohen joined the cast to announce that school uniforms were coming.
  15. Story Wed Jan 8 2020

    Actually January 9 is Thursday this year. And now we know where Susan and Nanase are: At the foot of the stairs. Diane had to walk by the couch where Ashley and Grace are being small.