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Curiouser and CuriouserIt was a typical night. This was where street flooded into street into concrete and destruction until everything was just a labyrinthine agglomeration of black, brown, and crimson. The products of the successful met the misery of the masses, until it formed a city that limped along, hardly functioning and yet, ultimately and undeniably there. This was Gotham City.
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Jonathan Crane stepped from the doorway of Arkham Asylum. He paused and placed his dark briefcase on the landing before pulling his wool overcoat tighter around him. He picked up his briefcase and gripped it tightly as he strode down the sidewalk, a minuscule figure in the shadows, he was quite aware. Nonetheless, though, he held his head high, in a manner only attributed to citizens of the flawed city who walked with utmost caution and yet appeared confident.
His navy sedan was in sight, when he heard a mumble at his side. He paused a moment, the sound repeated, a male voice. It was low, hardly discernible. Jonathan had ever
Curiouser and Curiouser II"I'm quite aware of that, Professor Pigeon," Jonathan spoke into the receiver as he jotted notes on the surface of his desktop calendar, "and as much as I appreciate the earlier invitation, I can't come and give a lecture to your class on the psychology of phobias until this Friday."
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He sighed as the man continued to speak heatedly in his ear. He placed his pen back on the desk and leaned back in his cushioned chair. He removed his glasses, placing them in the collar of his shirt and began to massage his temple.
"No," he drew out, "I wouldn't presume to tell you how to teach your class, but I'm certain that a day or two of moving on then touching back on the phobias wouldn't harm their intellectual process. In fact, it'd be a lovely review on the particular subject since this unit is based around classical conditioning and phobias and other fears are usually taught through this method." His expression fell to completely unenthused.
"Professor Pigeon, either I lecture this Friday or you