Revenge of the Joker - Ch 2Teen Titans: Revenge of the JokerMore Like This
Chapter 2: So the Search Begins
"Okay Titans! We have a teammate missing with no explanation!"
Starfire winced at her communicator. She had heard words like those before, only it had been Robin's voice the previous time. She and Raven hovered in place above the skyscrapers of downtown Jump City, looking intently at Cyborg's face in their communicator screens.
"I have here all of Robin's coordinates from when Robin left the tower last night to when the signal was lost at around 3 o'clock this morning. Raven, you and Starfire start at the end of the list. B and I will start from the beginning."
"Okay," Raven said in her usual monotonous way, pressing a few buttons on her communicator. Starfire watched her silently as she took a quick look at the map of the city, memorizing the yellow line that indicated Robin's path, and then looked down at the real city below her. "This way," she said, gesturing for the orange a
Revenge of the Joker - Ch 1Teen Titans: Revenge of the JokerMore Like This
Chapter 1: Disappearance
All was quiet on the streets that night. Robin was jumping from building to building, practicing his old acrobatic moves in attempt to drive away the boredom that usually accompanied an eventless patrol of the town. He leapt off the roof of a tall apartment building and did a smooth flip before landing on the next. He just loved doing it. The sense of flying, the sense of danger... it made any lingering troubles of his mind melt away. He leapt off another one, doing two flips this time, and landing lightly and gracefully on a sprawling rooftop. He felt a little out of breath, so he walked briskly, heroically even, across the roof and to one edge. He placed one foot on the short wall, and stared out at the silent streets below.
Maybe I should turn in, he thought, his eyes falling blankly on a single van driving by. He was sure the others had. It was well after two o' clock in the morning. Any Friday night drinkers that h
BullyingMore Like This
Just one word.
That's all it takes.
Continued by many.
Followed by pushing.
We wish it will stop.
We try hard to be strong.
To deal with it on our own.
But when we try and ask for help, we get put down and told to 'get over it'.
It's not just physical, it's not just emotional.
It attacks our confidence.
And shatters our Esteem.
It threatens our well-being as we dream.
That maybe, just maybe we'll be treated like everyone else. To feel what it's like to not fear of being hurt.
To those who bully; to those who judge.
Put on the shoes of someone who you have hurt and,
Walk a mile where they have walked.
Feel the feelings that they have felt.
So, do yourself a favor.
Think before you speak.
Think before you do.
'Cause you never know; the victim could someday be you.
Then you will realize that your words nor your actions were ever that cool.
By: Krista M. Warcop