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  1. Story Monday, March 9, 2020

    https://www.egscomics.com/comic/party-131 Nanase is mostly immune from mansplaining.
  2. https://www.egscomics.com/comic/party-129 Sorta... really... not OK.
  3. Story Wednesday, February 25, 2020

    Actually, the book in the movie never existed. Rommel did write a book on infantry tactics between the wars. If he'd survived the war, he probably would have written another book on tanks.
  4. https://www.egscomics.com/comic/party-126 Dan got this one up early for a Wednesday comic. Dan talks about the cockles of his heart in his commentary, which brought to my mind this quote: "...in a dark, cold winter, it warmed the cockles of the British heart " That's from a speech Winston Churchill made on March 30, 1940 praising the crews of HMS Exeter and HMS Ajax for their part in the destruction of the German warship Admiral Graf Spee in an encounter known as the Battle of the River Platte. That battle had taken place the previous December off the coasts of Argentina and Uruguay. It was pretty much a gentleman's battle, more appropriate for the War of 1812 than 1939. Exeter, Ajax, and the New Zealand cruiser Achilles fought the much larger and more heavily armed German ship, got badly shot up, but managed to score a critical hit that meant the Spee would run out of usable fuel long before it could get back home to Germany or meet up with one of its disguised support ships. So Captain Langsdorff took his ship to Montevideo in Uruguay, hoping to make repairs there before the British brought in a heavier force. He should have gone to Buenos Aires instead; the Argentine government was much more friendly to Germany at that time. Forced out of the harbor after a few days, Langsdorff decided to scuttle his ship rather than lose more of his crew in what he thought would be a hopeless battle. Then he shot himself. His crew got to sit out the rest of the war in Argentina. Ajax and Achilles both survived the war, and Achilles would serve in the Indian navy as the Delhi until 1978. Exeter was sunk by the Japanese in March, 1942, and about one-quarter of the survivors died in Japanese captivity. The Pacific was not a gentleman's war.
  5. https://www.egscomics.com/comic/party-124
  6. https://www.egscomics.com/comic/party-123 Size matters (after all).
  7. Story Monday, February 17, 2020

    Grace has been frustrated for a long time keeping a lot of secrets, including what she really is. So far this party has been more about Grace cutting loose than Ashley getting comfortable with magic.
  8. Story Monday, February 17, 2020

    Ashley is adorable in any panel.
  9. Story Monday, February 17, 2020

    If Grace did explain it all, she might have broken the record she set for a single speech balloon she set on July 8, 2002. Since Ashley will be working with Tedd, she'll probably get plenty of practice seeing and being nude. Most of it will be off-panel, of course. This ain't Slipshine.
  10. https://egscomics.com/comic/party-122 Grace does not explain it all. And Dan did keep his promise; Story and NP up on time!
  11. Story Friday, February 14, 2020

    horny aroused uncomfortable: even funnier
  12. Story Friday, February 14, 2020

    Astronauts were saying "horny" fifty years ago on national television. I think we can say it on this forum, when appropriate.
  13. Story Friday, February 14, 2020

    Well, that too; after all; Grace has caused blushes in pretty much everyone else at the party except Justin. But mostly, especially in the last panel, Diane is fighting against her inner nature as a super-genius-nerd. And I think she will lose the fight by the next comic.
  14. https://egscomics.com/comic/party-121 Diane struggles with her inner nerd.
  15. https://egscomics.com/comic/party-116 "Obligatory Party Prank"