December 2001: Pen and Colored Pencils.
Caption: “No, I don’t think it would be too hard. . . .”
Explanation: Ivy’s friend Andrea asks Ivy if she could try to pick up a penny to demonstrate her ability, “if it wouldn’t be too hard.” Ivy has just demolished part of a building by accident right before this, so the concept of a penny being difficult to lift is very amusing to her. Andrea expresses surprise with a metal-mouthed grin.
IVY TRIVIA: Ivy’s energy is very versatile, but it isn’t all-powerful. There’s no exact limit to how big of an object she can handle, but there is a limit for small objects. If objects can be seen and distinguished, Ivy can deftly move them how she likes, but once something requires magnification to be seen, it isn’t possible for her to move it. Looking through a microscope at something very tiny would still not enable her to handle it; she simply lacks the ability to grip something that small.