Omeg@ wrote:AHA!! If Sandra can set people on fire by long distance ( like she did on Mike few times on the early times of comic). Why doesn't she torch Prof. Boardshoulder on fire for revenge??? I mean he did try to kill Sandra and all.
Kubrick wrote:Omeg@ wrote:Besides, why are you arguing physics in an online comic strip anyway?
I truly hope that Joe never feels the need to turn ZebraGirl into a physics lesson and explain every detail of how magic and demonology work.
Actually I happen to agree with Omeg@ on this one, speculating possiblities can be fun. Zebra Girl is about the characters, not the inner workings of magic so I don't think we are explaining away the fantasy unless we get somebody around here desperately trying to prove that daemons and magic are impossible.
Omeg@ wrote:Besides, This isn't some "new hobby". Think about the start trek, Fra Scape, Start gate and Babylon 5. All of them try to mimic the reality by using laws of physic. It's fun!
Omeg@ wrote:2nd: How does Sandra wears pants now when she has a tail. I mean they (pants) should slip. In manga this problem has been solvet with most imaginable ways. How does it work in ZG?
I like this explanation for the clothes: They're magic, just like Sandra! Except they might not be the same shirt and pants as when she originally got the book slammed: The shirt has had its back torn out by wings (twice), and the pants got the top burned by a robot laser. Then again, they could be the same clothes if they were magical, regeneration properties or something like that.Incompetent wrote:I think Sandra has a more serious problem where clothes are concerned, namely corrosive bodily fluids!
Simplest explanation: the clothes Sandra wears all the time are 'magic' because she was wearing them when she got transformed. Hence they fit her new form and never wear out or get dirty.
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