Kyle Rayner and the Iron Men (Commission)Space.
The infinite void.
The endless existence of planets, life, and meaning.
Why… does it have to be so BORING!?
Kyle Rayner sighed frustrated, staring around at the blackened galaxy around him. The only real color he saw being the green hue his ring had around him to protect him from the oxygen deprived abyss around him. He knew he was there on Green Lantern business that was for sure. Some war ship was giving the local planet problems. So they had Kyle go out to that particular galaxy and investigate. Needless to say the supposedly dangerous war ship was proving itself a pain to find. Kyle didn’t have time for this crap, he had a deadline on some of his art coming up quick.
Glancing around one more time Kyle groaned, starting to return to the comm line he had with the ring to Hal Jordan. He was planning on whining a little, saying he couldn’t find it. The planet’s people could be lying, who knows?
Harley's Paper and BalloonThe old warehouse felt like a familiar place for Nightwing to get captured in. As he struggled to free himself from the chains holding him down on the massive metal table. It was hopeful, he was knocked out when he was strapped in by the goons that were now gone to let whatever Joker had planned to happen happen.
Thankfully, Roy who was nearby chained himself, albeit standing upright, was there to also suffer with. Though he had a funny feeling Roy would strongly disagree.
Instead Red Arrow himself was also chained up, not exactly in any better a shape than Nightwing. But was at least standing upright as opposed to laying down like his friend in the black and blue was. “Nightwing you think you can free yourself?” Red Arrow asked in a whisper. Nightwing tried one more time in vain.
“No, I can’t reach the locks…” Nightwing replied in as low a tone.
“Damn.” Red Arrow sighed, mildly frustr
Hawkeye's Very Strange DayBy the time Hawkeye had finished his morning warm up of archery and hitting a heavy bag. Clad in a shirt, track pants, and sneakers that he had gotten from SHIELD years ago. Clint Barton had to check the time since he had a thing with Tony Stark and Reed Richards that day. Something about a new prototype arrow they wanted to try out. Clint himself under normal circumstances wouldn’t be willing to give either of the resident super nerds a listen for any new arrows. He always made them himself because he understood how an arrow was suppose to aerodynamically work more than anyone. Plus there was an art to getting the weight, balance, and feel in the nock in the bow string just right. Stuff he figured neither Reed or Tony understood.
Today however, Clint decided to humor the two, after all they were two of the smartest men in the world. So maybe he was being too judgemental of them understanding archery. Plus, Tony had assured hi
Star Lord's Love RollercoasterIt had been a long few days for the self proclaimed dashing rogue of the galaxy. A few delivery runs and a couple close run ins with various kinds of law. Star Lord had finally finished a few jobs and now had money stuffed in his pockets and on an alien planet with time to kill. Although he spent the majority of it at various bars and exploring around aimlessly for kicks. Peter Quill’s attention got turned to something he never really would’ve noticed before. One of the planet’s biggest known entities, a carnival.
Normally the idea of a carnival wouldn’t have any kind of appeal to someone like Star Lord, who would scoff at such kiddy things. Between the overpriced fried food, rides that could be considered ‘risky’ at best, and kids who had a penchant for never shutting the hell up. However this planet’s carnivals are very unique. The planet’s people essentially are more jellyfish than human.