DC Earth 53: Hunter turned Hunted Hub City, 12:30 a.m.
Slade Wilson, a.k.a. “Deathstroke, the Terminator
Another day. Another death. Another dollar.
My father had always raised me to always appreciate the hard work you did. Every bead of sweat you broke was one more example of the effort you put in. Funny. Nowadays I barley break a sweat anymore. Guess I’ve gotten that much better.
As I take my spot on the roof I reassess the ease of this contract. Some idiot who managed to swindle money out from under the wrong noses. The kind of people who don’t tolerate any sort of act. The kind of people who make examples out of idiots like him. The kind of people who can afford someone like me. My kind of people.
He there’s. Just across from my position. Sitting away at his desk, none-the-wiser. Too easy. I’m already preparing my rifle and considering the variables. Not too windy. Means this can be as straight a shot as possible.
I still find it odd that I was paid so much j
Batman: Deception - Chapter 4A/N: I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas. Here is the next Chapter of Batman: Deception. Enjoy.
'What the hell?' Batman thought as he stood there in the middle of the street while the Batmobile sped off after Black-Spider and his Lorry, because standing before him was a female Assassin who just brought up a name he had not wasted a thought on for five years.
'She can't be 'League of Shadows', because they fell apart after his...death.' he added before she then attacked, lunging her blade toward his chest.
But the Dark Knight quickly deflected the blade with one of his gauntlets, which brought an immediate counter from the attacker as she followed the momentum of his deflection and spun around and performed a back-kick that did hit him, making the Vigilante fall into a backwards roll, quickly recovering into a kneeling position as he found himself back to having some space between them.
This though, did not last long as the Assassin attacked again, lunging at him once more as she
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"That's a hell of a greeting, Daddy." the girl replied as she looked at the older Man, who stood there with his weapon drawn. But her words snapped him out of his surprise, making him look down at the Buretta, before clicking the safety into place and placing it back in it's holster on his belt.
"Well, what did I tell you about trying to surprise an ex-Cop?" he asked back, gaining a thoughtful look from his Daughter in return.
"I know, but 'we' wanted to give you a nice surprise." she said with a smile, looking over his shoulder and making the P.I. turn to see a 17 year old Jimmy standing in the doorway to the Kitchen.
"Hey, Dad." he said back, earning a nod from his old Man.
"Jimmy..." he began to reply, before gesturing to them both.
"...come here, you two." he added with a warm smile, before all three took part in a loving group hug. A moment later, the three separated as their Dad looked at his Kids with a big smile on his face.
"It's really great to see you both. But ple