TG Superman #1: The Measure of a ManKrypton Born, Earth BredTG Superman #1: The Measure of a Man by jim-ruggeri
War! Civil war had ravaged the once quiet gardens, ash and broken buildings littering the reflecting pools, and all of Krypton wept. Jor-El, the highest mind on world had been dismissed as a heretic by the increasingly war mongering and detached Science Council. They had perverted the term, using their dogmatic principles to control the people, where once enlightenment and progress had been the watchwords. Thousands of years of diluted politicians, of cronyism, of bribery and pluralism, had left Krypton a backwater world. The wars of the Green Lanterns and the Manhunters had played out in the skies of their planet, but not a soul had set foot on the surface. There was alien life out there, they just wanted nothing to do with the dangerous and war like people.
Jor-El was a scientist and explorer in the same vein as the oft forgotten Xata Tor. He’d constructed a space craft capable of untold speeds as a result of the reality engine, a piece of technology ev
TG Batman #1: Kill The BatmanKill The BatmanTG Batman #1: Kill The Batman by jim-ruggeri
“How about you try telling me again what you’re trying to do?”
The Gangster yelled down from the gangplank. Ace Chemicals was never a stable building under the best of circumstances, but ever since the Joker had levelled most of the outer structure, more and more had been crumbling every day. While the legitimate corporation and its employees has evacuated a few weeks beforehand, that hadn’t stopped their less antsy counterparts from moving in. Kidnapping a high ranking technological oncologist had drawn the eyes of not just the authorities, but the one they feared the most too.
That was why they were holed up in the inner refinery, where no one could see the light of the machinery. Doctor Liu had grown up on the west coast, and had never experienced much of the turmoil that usually engulfed Gotham or Metropolis every few years, but he had assumed it would be safe. A brilliant technician and biologist, he was showcasing a revolutionary new cancer
TG Wonder Woman #1: Suffer A Man To Live"Bermuda Base, this is Commander Paul Stryker, my estimated time of landing is three minutes and thirty seconds, is General Trevor ready to receive me?”TG Wonder Woman #1: Suffer A Man To Live by jim-ruggeri
The radio buzzed a hard static, and then silence. Strange, he was only a few miles off the coast of Florida, he should still be able to see land. Tapping the navigation controls he tried once again to check in with air traffic control.
“Bermuda Base, repeat message. This is Commander Stryker…”
He gave up, there was no acknowledgment, and the from the strange readings the measuring instruments were showing, he was a damn sight further out to sea than he’d been led to believe. Only ten minutes in the air and it was looking like he was on the other side of the Atlantic. No matter, his jet could fly upwards of Mach 10. The craft was experimental, and was destined for the space program if it passed all of the test flights. A routine electrical systems check had brought it onto the mainland, but Stryker was supp
New Batman Adventures - Predators and Prey Ch. 1Amanda Waller strode through the brightly lit and pristine corridor, a newspaper and small file thrust under her thick arm. Her impassive stare was echoed but not met by the guards that were positioned every yard along the corner; each carried explosive rifles with increased magazines, a shock baton, and the newest military pistols of American manufacture. They were also armored as well with the latest in protective body armor including Kevlar with steel mesh lining. Not at all that comfortable but Waller didn’t need these men to be comfortable. She needed them to be ready and focused in the case of a breakout. Despite the fact that there had not been an incident with this inmate, she always made sure to prepare for the worst.New Batman Adventures - Predators and Prey Ch. 1 by Spartans300
Despite her stature, Amanda Waller always cut an imposing figure with whomever she met. Her cold and crisp voice did not mince words, and in cases such as now, threats were usually added. However, it wasn’t just her words that brought her rise through
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