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  1. http://www.egscomics.com/egsnp.php?id=630 To be fair, despite Ellen being born by magic, her talent likely isn't as big as Rhoda's AND resizing is Rhoda's affinity. Also, good example why is this not canon: in canon, Ellen will NOT be surprised she has this spell (unless that was her reaction for reading it in spellbook) AND will not complain Rhoda has better especially considering she doesn't know it.
  2. np

    http://www.egscomics.com/egsnp.php?id=624 Brings question if Ellen will need to be present on Susan / Diane meeting just to prove she's not pretending to be Susan and/or Diane. Wait. Susan knows about clone forms. This may help prove something to Diane, but for Susan they would ALL need to be there. Hmmm ... can they put clone form on Fox?
  3. http://www.egscomics.com/?id=2320
  4. http://www.egscomics.com/?id=2319
  5. http://www.egscomics.com/egsnp.php?id=542 Hijinks! Also, I actually approve of Diane upping her order because of that comment, despite the fact that she's only on a date with him so that he can buy her stuff. And Lucy in back with that wavy hair, also taking offence to that comment while apparently ignoring the guy swooning over her.
  6. So we think Susan and Diane have different mothers but the same father. Susan was born 10 minutes after new years midnight and Diane was born 10 minutes before new year midnight. Conclusion 1) If we subtract 9 months from that date we see that at least one of them is the result of an elaborate April Fools prank that went a bit far Conclusion 2) Susan's dad has a thing for girls who keep track of "chronological trivia" Conclusion 3) Dude's got stamina ...
  7. I'm assuming, given the title and their prominent (though not foremost) positions on the cover page of Sister III, The Shive will cast some light upon the questions I'm about to bring up. Why Are There So Many Differences Between Susan and Diane? The short answer: Different upbringings. Diane was raised with an older sibling to compete with; Susan wasn't. Susan has become embarrassed by how much her mother spoiled her. Diane might have been spoiled to some extent, but her desire to get men to spend money on her doesn't bespeak being raised in a mansion. However, we have no clue about the Diane's adoptive parents other than they don't seem to be as well off as Susan's mom. Are they a mixed couple? Are they together? That last one is really relevant. Susan and Diane have different approaches to handling men, but the underlying attitude is fear of getting hurt. Susan tries to avoid men; Diane tries to control them. Now neither of these suggests a strong, reliable father figure. Diane just wouldn't have this attitude if she was satisfied with the father figure she grew up with. Well, I'm interested in this, but I'll move on to something I think more of you might be interested in. Who Are Susan and Diane's Biological Parents? The Shive has put in a few clues, or maybe red herrings, that might lead to answers. Sometime. Maybe. First, in a dream and then a flashback, Susan remembers the woman she found with her father. In the flashback, The Shive actually titles the strip The Woman With Susan's Face. Susan tries to cut off her hair and then her mom dyes it so she won't look like that horrid blond woman. This kind of implies that Susan realized the woman was her birth mother. She hasn't said a thing about it in any strip since, but that is quite consistent in her nature. As of now (7-22-2016 in realworld time), we still don't know if Susan knows or even suspects she was adopted. I hope we don't get adoptichlorians. Susan's dad? Well, her adoptive dad's face is never shown—it's actually blacked out. Now if adoptive daddy was seeing birth mommy, it's not really a stretch to think that adoptive daddy is also biological daddy. Except... Diane wasn't introduced yet. If Susan's dad arranged the adoption of one of his own kids, why not both? The Raven Factor In Death Sentence, Grace notices that the disguise spell Adrian Raven uses to hide her three-tailed form makes her look exactly like Susan. Although Raven tells her half-immortals can't have children, he doesn't say that he doesn't have children. The Shive is very cute about maybe denying that this is more than an amusing coincidence in His commentary. What's your call? Remember, by this time we know that Raven can morph to change his appearance. It would have been a necessity to have maintained the same identity as a (somewhat) normal human for as long as he's been teaching at Moperville South. Also, why exactly does Raven choose to let Diane off when he finds her AWOL from her class in Sister II? He knows Diane isn't the ditzy valley-girl she's channeling; he tells Ellen and Grace right after Diane is gone—but doesn't call out Diane on her ploy to her face. Not proof he has special feelings for Diane, but it would fit very well if he does. Also, in the flashback strip with Noriko and baby Tedd, Raven's face is blacked out just about the same way as Susan's dad was. This time it wasn't in Susan's mind, so the connection is spider-silk-thin. Still... Third Sister? I think The Shive likes ambiguous titles and titles that have multiple meanings. Do Susan and Diane have a third sister? I don't think I would need Alien Space Bats to posit that the third sister is the mysterious sibling of Tedd, whether or not she's Susan and Diane's sibling, and whether or not Adrian Raven is her father. What, surely I'm not the only one that thought that perhaps that's the reason Tedd's parents split up and Tedd's dad hates Adrian Raven? And why Noriko can't face her son? Come on, how many of you out there aren't panting to finally get Full Frontal Noriko? Another candidate for a third sister would be Ellen's Second Life doppelganger, possibly along with Kaoli. They're supposed to meet eventually; maybe eventually is coming up soon. Vladia is Grace's sister, and if she's Gregs New Girlfriend, it gives an excuse to get Greg involved more. Carol Brown is Sarah's sister, and given not one but two Immortal schemers behind the scenes (that we know of) plus Sirleck, it seems pretty likely that Carol will finally get to the scene of the latest weirdness in time to (choose one or more): Find out little sister Sarah knows what's going on Find out little sister Sarah has magic Find out vampires are real in the worst possible way. Get The Government much too interested. Hey, you didn't think Grace's siblings were the only people confined “for their own protection,” did you? So, anyone want to add their thoughts?
  8. There seems a pretty good chance Diane will get a magic mark at some point. Possibly she might already have one when we see her next, but since she goes to school with Grace, sees her frequently, and has sensed other magic marks, and did not instinctively use magic when confronted by the spider vampire, such a mark would very probably not have been put on Diane before that encounter on Saturday night. So what should it be? I favor a crescent moon, a bow-and-arrow, or both. Why? Well, Diane is a form of Diana, the Roman goddess of the moon and the hunt. Artemis is her Greek counterpart, as any classically educated person or any of the much more common Sailor Moon otaku already knows. It also suggests that while Susan always has the hammers, Diane might have a ranged attack. I find it easier to imagine Diane as a stealthy sniper than another hammer queen. Here are a few inspirational images:
  9. http://www.egscomics.com/?id=2210 Yippee! ...ahem, now that i've gotten that out of my system, it's good to see Magus turning up again, as well as confirmation on the focus 'sister' characters (Susan and Diane, as well as Ellen again, apparently). Also, any bets on who the silhouette in the background is? EDIT: Ignore this top one if you want to. Accidentally made a duplicate at the same time as the main thread and Old Hack merged them.
  10. http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=2186 I guess I can see Diane's concern... a bit...
  11. https://www.patreon.com/posts/my-choice-1-2-6015499 https://egspinups.tumblr.com/post/146877985705/shipping-patreon-post-these-are-technically Wowza.
  12. story

    http://www.egscomics.com/?id=2188 I wish Elliot would just use the darn alternate identities. They seem like they're going to waste.
  13. http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=2185 I knew it, Diane would reveal knowing Susan's her sister first. Of course, there is that snag that no one is 100% sure that Susan's adopted because Susan was never told. I wonder how Diane would react to that.
  14. http://www.egscomics.com/?id=2167 Makes sense, we could tell when Ashley first called Elliot that it could be problematic if she could only hear Elliot's side of a conversation and not know who's he's talking to. Nice that Diane and Charlotte at least got to say thanks even if not in person.
  15. http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=2165 Alright, so it didn't occur to Nanase that Elliot being in superhero form would technically be a different person that she needed to focus on.
  16. http://www.egscomics.com/?id=2164 Looks like Nanase's gonna try sending a Fairy over again, will it work, or will we get an explaination to why it didn't work when Tara was chasing Elliot in the mall? Also, Diane's confusion is understandable considering Ellen just referenced the fact that she's Elliot's duplicate and knows him more that just a regular sister would.