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Sailor DC: Chp. 1So, Diana arrived at the museum without any problems
She parked her car, and was about to enter the building, until she heard some cries that came from the parking lot. She returned to the place, and she found three kids screaming, all of them centered around something (which wasn't visible for Diana at the moment). She got closer, and saw that they were bothering an innocent black cat, who seemed injured, based on the stitches it had over its body.Diana reacted quickly, and shooed the boys away.-If I were any of you I'd leave that cat alone.The kids sneered at her, and one replied annoyingly.-Aw yeah? Then what ya gonna do, lady?--Believe me, it's better you don't know.- At that, the raven-haired woman gave a deadly glare with a confident smile to the kids, at which they ran off in fear. She really wasn't going to attack them (she would never hurt a child), but she thought it'd be the only way they would leave.Once gone, Diana smirked to herself and went over to take care o
Mayhem at the OperaMayhem at the Opera (the original title; But I realized just at the end they were at the Opera, heh)And now for something completely different!And so, the day everybody had been waiting for finally came. The expectation for this day was quite huge; some members of the Superfriends (yes, I know they're called Superbuddies, but I decided to change it, since: 1) I like "Superfriends" more than "Superbuddies"; 2) It sounds better and less cheesy, and 3) It honors the original Hannah-Barbera cartoons of the same name) couldn't even sleep properly due to their anxiety. Alright, the second part of the last sentence was a lie, but still, what do you expect from the bored author? Inventing is always good in any story, as bad as it may be; hum, the story, that is.However I should go further and start explaining. You see, to me, the JLI is the perfection of
wait a minute, did I just use the word "perfection" to describe the Justice League International? No, no
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