|Reviews for War of the Bats|
| GarLogan676 chapter 1 . 4/11/2015
WOW This is awesometacular! I am so pumped for the next part of this story to come out!
| Karce chapter 28 . 9/16/2014
Very interesting story! Very well written too, can't wait to read more.
| kiwigirl32 chapter 26 . 9/7/2014
I've noticed you use chess references so could you show who is what, I know the new "Team" are pawns and that Jason is rook while donna is queen and Dick is king. So i wondered who's the knight or bishop? Who else are pawns?
| kiwigirl32 chapter 28 . 9/7/2014
Update more faster!
I love your story so dont stop!
Por favor no esperas de escribir el capitulo siguiente, me encanta todos los capitulos que tienen Teen Titan.
Pero se parace que quieres que Dick y Donna se juntan? Do you ship it?
Who is Dick with? You make me ship him with anyone/everyone!
| kiwigirl32 chapter 27 . 5/26/2014
I Love your story!
Keep on updating!
Plus back echen dick dreamed he was with the original teen titán,it seriously made me cry ! No joke?
Your writing is wondeful so PLEASE update soon!
| anon chapter 26 . 4/9/2014
Those in charge pacify the people by making sure they are comfortable. The villains at the top realize the dangers of a 0% Approval Rating and attempt to "buy over" the people in the most effective way possible: by improving their quality of life.
The government ensures a stable, if not always comfortable status quo. Simply put, there is peace in a sense and there is enough food to keep everyone alive. If the government is toppled, mayhem will ensue and nobody wants that, even if things may eventually become better—and there's no guarantee that they will.
The Devil you know is better than the Devil you don't. Sure, the people in charge are bad enough, but take a good hard look at who will take their place, look at all the others lurking out there—at home and abroad—waiting for the chance to take over—or worse, stage a civil war over who gets to grab the reins of the power vacuum, with attendant cross-fire. NO THANKS
I hate making villains buffoons and strawmen, if not lovable or sympathetic at least in cause, even if horrible they should still be impressive
Bruce's at least physical and mental equals Wrath-William Mallory/Elliot Caldwell, Prometheus, Owlman, Sin/Zin Tzu, Constantine Drakkon, Onomatopoeia, Leader of Kobra, Ra's al Ghul's League of Assassins/Society of Shadows (the people he went to for training) David Cain Lady Shiva, Alpha etc, Men of Death Shellcase, Detonator etc, Claws of the Demon, Kyle Abbot; All Caste, Hush, Black Mask, Catman, King Snake, KGBeast, Deashot, Zsasz, and Professor Strange, Nobody-Morgan Ducard, Kyodai Ken, Red Claw, Bane, Slade
Bats has never beaten Slade without the aid of his sidekicks and even then after being distracted for like a second Slade escaped and left his sword as proof he could kill him whenever he wanted
Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong should be Sin/Zin Tzu's apprentice, Scorn- Wrath's apprentice, Cricket ten year old master assassin
Insider Bruce’s Red X-like ID-amazo like armor
Paladin alternative Bruce Wayne like Cowboy Punisher
Clone/spliced with Deadshot/Terraman/Jonah Hex/King Faraday/Slam Bradley/Tommy Monaghan/Terry Sloan/Matches Malone/Lefty Knox
Calamity his protégé
White Canary, Twelve Brothers in Silk, Marque, Annalea
Always wanted the Wilsons a happy family Rose Adeline's kid also, Slade an agent of Checkmate on a Taskforce X with David Cain, Cluemaster, Deadshot, and Sportsmaster seeking redemption to make their families proud of them, I ship Rose with Jason "Red Hood" Todd, I think Red X is Grant and he could be with a reformed Blackfire, Wintergreen their Alfred, Rex the Wonderdog or an equally powerful wolf named Tarot
Slade does have a code of honor he spends most of his time off panel going after terrorists and the like, he doesn't act against U.S. interests unless his family is threatened he does love them very much, the show made him a bwahaha villain and sadly the comics followed suit though he did state making his children hate him so the Titans would trust them and give them the home he couldn't
You could make the argument Batman is a manipulative fascist at best and a paranoid psychotic a hair's width away from his enemies at worst, Penguin once reformed because he'd fallen in love (for real) and Batman's constant paranoia about him reverting to criminality is what eventually leads to him being sent back to jail, when the worst thing he'd done was violate his parole by mixing with criminals (inasmuch as he started a factory which was giving ex-cons a genuine, second chance by offering them a chance to earn an honest living)
the Calendar Man special had him reform, then Batman showed up in his apartment and snarled "I'll be watching you every moment of your life" so he went back to committing crime.
And he also kinda drove Harvey Dent back to being a criminal because he instantly suspected him of being a murderer
A certain amount of ruthlessness, ambition and desire for wealth is needed to get ahead in business. Ambition is about human achievement it’s only when this is taken too far (completely unfair to employees, consumers, or the environment) that’s it’s bad
Alternatively, utterly ruthless out of a fanatical dream to use his company to remake the world in the image of something he holds dear, for the greater good. Or alternatively he HAS to keep anything functioning or otherwise doing anything worthwhile because the alternatives are worse for everyone
he can and does make lots and lots of even more money with mundane means
Most corporate executives are simply businessmen who do their jobs, without overreaching or using unethical methods.
The man knows how business works, learns from others who have succeeded, and doesn't mind playing a bit dirty to achieve his goals.
The local/state/federal government's obscenely complicated regulations make it impossible for him to profit in the first place.
The person begins to start making quite a bit of money, so his even larger competitors make a "donation" to the re-election campaign of a powerful Senator. Said Senator then pushes for a whole slate of regulations that make it impossible for said person's business to continue making a profit.
The person's business becomes a great success. However, because he hired non-Union labor (he wouldn't have been able to afford Union labor, only bigger corporate competitors can), the Unions finance an Astroturf protest outside his business calling him a monstrous exploiter. The firestorm of public abuse drives him to sell his business to his competitors, thus reducing competition in the industry and resulting in every consumer paying much higher prices.
The person's business actually does fully succeed and make him a multi-millionaire. The amount of work said person had to do in order to get there means said person has very little leisure time to actually enjoy the wealth; said person is Married to the Job and hence has very few relationships
...So he devotes his life and fortune to serving the community, giving back to the impoverished classes he was once a part of
If someone had the insight, ability, and the guts to kill Hitler
The Authority are one of the few superhero teams who acknowledge that the massive collateral damage from their battles can and probably has caused civilian casualties. The general understanding is that it's an unfortunate but necessary evil, since allowing their enemies to rampage unchecked would cause even more death and destruction. It's also worth noting that they try to limit the damage when possible, such as evacuating civilians and fencing in the combat zone, and are frequently on hand afterwards to help with the emergency services dealing with the aftermath.
In post-apocalyptic wasteland, working closely with civilians to protect them from outside threats, risking their own lives when half of them had been Brought Down to Normal, and generally being very human and relatable
The team started out as extremely violent against potential world-ending threats, and was perfectly willing to kill thousands of invading superhuman terrorists, or cause extreme collateral damage in doing so. However, this is no different from the actions of regular soldiers, as they were extremely benevolent in other respects: such as helping to clear up the disaster zones after any conflict; feeding and hosting millions of war refugees, or victims of other disasters; protecting them from militias; freeing them from tyrannies through much less human casualties than a standard military could manage (through outgunning scare tactics); reforming supergenius criminals to help their research for cures to various diseases or life-improving technologies; and overall genuinely making the world into a better place. However, later writers who didn't like the themes arguably severely flanderised and tried to twist around the more idealistic notes that Ellis and Millar introduced, so among other things the team was tricked into "overthrowing the government of the US, and briefly taking over" (rather than, say, China, which would make far more sense)
Raven has the biggest bosom of all the girls, hips as wide as her shoulders and her shapely legs, she can fight at least as equal to Starfire and she was trained by the Warlords of Okaara, they've trained some of the greatest warrios in the DCverse, and Lady Legasus
I always wanted Raven with Goth Boy him like Captain Marvel with Rorek and Malchior his dragon familiar or have them some kind of amalgam like Dante or virgil from Devil May Cry with guns, sword, guitar that makes lightning storms, magic briefcase/backpack/Santa's magic sack/bag cloak pull anything from, but black clothes or like a good teenage Dr. Doom/Lord Havok master of sorcery and superscience or from hidden kingdom that avoided White Martians' ancient experiments and thus stronger, tougher, and faster than Kryptonians like Vartox as well as inherit white plasma on par with the Starheart/Shazam's magic lightning or Prince Stygia like kid Eternity, or a teenage Shadow (Kent Allard/Lamont Cranston) or Spider (Richard Wentworth) but like Edison Rex’s Eclipse I or Shine- Good teenage clone of Darkseid when he was still human looking spliced with Drax the Infinity Man and Highfather and Yuga Khan
Sunstone/Fortress of Solitude/Wonderdome/New Themyscira/Thalarion/Mythlands-Cosmopolitan, Multiethnic/Omniethnic/Citizenry of the Empire of the Silver Snake/Gem World/Skartaris/Nth Metal/Mother Box-Element X
| anon chapter 26 . 4/9/2014
The villains even ones with godlike power may fear Joker but they are in awe of Lex Luthor
I like to think Lex like Adrian Veidt in Watchmen can go toe to toe with any non-powered hero develop his own fighting style and workout program in addition to being scientific/business/political overall Renaissance man, that his white suit as powerful as his power armor
I also think he should have nanotech that makes him like the Darkness or Spawn, robots like his power armor, Doomsdays and Bizarros that are stronger, smarter, faster, better looking than Supes hordes completely under his thrall
In the comics Mercy is an Amazon as in Wonder Woman can go toe to toe with Supes and she has a partner Hope I like to think they're from the Citizenry space Amazons ruled by Wonder Woman's aunt Astarte with guns as powerful as green lantern ring
As president Luthor eliminated the national debt, brought unemployment to almost zero, it was HIS leadership that got us through two alien invasions and even the heroes admit without it we would have fallen
Only through Lex has there ever been an instance where humanity unites and thrives in the cosmos
Until the citizens of the DCverse say they'd rather have Lex solve the problems of the world instead of super powered people punching things they don't deserve the cancer cure and etc
Lex Luthor goes out of his way to be a friendly, personable boss to the help, from his janitor to the guy who owns the newsstand near his building to Alfred Pennyworth when he meets Bruce Wayne, Lex is actually a very complex character, he appreciates honest, hard work, since he himself comes from a working-class background (he’s from Metropolis’s Suicide Slums, it was his inventions and leadership that made Metropolis a city of tomorrow that got Metropolis out of near fatal poverty), and he's not lying when he says that he has the ultimate well-being of humanity in mind HE should be the one in charge, but as long as he has that, he does try to make those under him live better lives. Lex has a good understanding of how economics work, so he knows that his financial empire is supported by average joes working blue-collar jobs
Humanity's fate should be in the hands of humans
Ancient humans were the settlers of Rann, Thanagar, and Krypton, life began on earth
Superman undermines humanity's worth and accomplishments
A civilized man accuses specific individuals of specific crimes felony and fraud otherwise people should mind their own business this does not mean we ignore things that aren't evil but are nevertheless dangerous
Everyone should be given powers and tech it's idiotic this isn't done the heroes care more about getting off on playing Mr. Son of God, strutting around going who’s got the bigger cock than actually improving the lives of the people
God made man Sam Colt made them equal
When you can dodge bullets, outfly missiles, and swim across the surface of the sun it's only a matter of time before you start thinking you've better things to do than save the world for the two hundredth time
In Kingdom Come The “Newbloods” spent their whole lives in terror of these villains, they see the older generation as ineffective
The "Newbloods" obviously took it too far but as they say they did save lives (some villains do need to be stopped permanently they keep breaking out of prison (Arkham is state of the art the most infamous denizens are just that good at escaping and they WILL kill in the dozens, hundreds, and thousands, some ARE that much of a threat to the people if not the heroes and it just seems sickeningly aristocratic) and butchering innocents the only reason they haven't put down the Joker I can figure is that the DCverse is the type of place someone like the Joker would break out of Hell and probably bring an army of demons to do his bidding) and they had new worse villains like the Slaughter Brigade to deal with, this is probably why the older heroes didn't step in until the "Newbloods" crossed the line, in a dark world heroes can be dark, but after they kill the villains, they have to stop if they still want to fight each other go to the middle of the desert not cities
Don't get me wrong lethal force should be used if and only if all other means are exhausted or unavailable to save lives or stop villains, I certainly don't want them slitting the throats of every single thug they come across (you do that you stop being a hero and become Frank Castle) if only because it could be an undercover cop doing his or her job
I hate how the heroes act like school bullies I get it when it’s sickos who enjoy killing people, the child molesters, the thugs too stupid to understand anything else, and crime lords even the ones who properly manage the implacable illicit businesses of city life (Illicit businesses are an implacable part of city life all prohibition does is make criminals rich), they’re probably still thieves and killers so keeping them on leashes is probably smart, but when they do it to the likes of Luthor and Maxwell Lord I almost understand doing things like dropping an atom bomb on Gotham to kill Batman
Not easy balancing liberty, prosperity and social stability, all anarchy does is leave us at the mercy of every thug and psychopath, great for mighty warriors not so much for the average man
People want fatty foods, loud music, regular sex, and flickering television images more than they want justice
I will always prefer villains who at least have a point and frighteningly may even be right about everyone being better off under their benevolent dictatorship (of course make education great so the common man does know what is best for him and his children's children and democratic republicanism can work) like Ra's al Ghul if the environment isn't brought into balance no matter the means or cost the future for the human race will be worse than any dystopian fiction and will lead to the extinction of the human race not through misadventure but suicide through stupidity or Lex Luthor who as he says if he was calling all the shots could end famine and cure cancer and he could his mind is capable of anything perhaps give everyone ultra high-tech nonpolluting technology and maybe even superpowers (without the White Martians ancient experiments all humanity would be like the Kryptonians or Daxamites) lead humanity and the rest of the universe to unimaginable glory remember Red Son he united all humanity and led us to a golden age that lasted millions of years, no poverty, disease, war, crime, terrorism, or environmental problems and science and art advance
A lot of villains seem unaware that if they used their mind and/or other talents for legitimate business causes or the government could be far more profitable than any crime spree
When you live in a world of such technology and people with four digit IQs why in the nine hells haven't you solved the world's problems of poverty and disease, everyone should be given tech (Sunstone/Fortress of Solitude/Wonderdome) and powers
Of course vigilantes can be sanctimonious hypocrites judging others and letting themselves go unscrutinized condemning others when they do the same thing for less reasons I think it is disgusting they don't share their scientific breakthroughs (of course inventors should be well compensated) with the scientific specifically medical community or their skills with law enforcement agencies far more good than beating up thugs and psychos fight crime at its source ignorance and poverty. I realize due to rarity and complexity mass production may not always be possible or at least cost effective and due to difficulty not all could take brutal training but a little bit could go a very, very long way. A hero doesn’t just save people a hero teaches the people to take care of themselves. The ability to think of future generation when calculating pragmatic utilitarianism is what separates us from the animals. The world is not the way it is because of thugs and psychopaths, corrupt businessmen/politicians (which contrary to fiction are the exception not the rule) but because most people are too stupid to know what is best for them the extreme left and extreme right get caught up in their ideals and refuse to acknowledge brutal facts of reality no real world understanding of the extreme complexities of politics, economics, technological logistics, and how they’re all interconnected in the long run. People want everything right here right now the whole world just handed to them on a silver platter think just by complaining something will happen without a tangible plan. Such a plan will require a lot of long, hard, boring work all day every day for generations.
There will always be some exploitation, the best and brightest will elevate themselves over the common man, it’s nature, best for the species, it improves the standard of living of the human race as a whole, as long as they don’t kill anyone or otherwise actively oppress, free trade and enterprise is the only thing that has ever led to long lasting meaningful peace
I'm glad the government has Suicide Squad, Cadmus, Checkmate, the Elite, Amanda Waller, and the new female Spy Smasher, Cameron Chase I don't think there is anything wrong with wanting accountability from superheroes, having checks and balances on these living breathing weapons of mass destruction seems quite reasonable to me one will go left when they should go right and innocent people will die it WILL happen, not saying black ops don't have their necessity they can be used as a force of good
Have you heard of The Boys
Say you’re Harry Truman, do you drop the bombs or do you drown the home islands in the blood of U.S. Marines BATMAN has no answer to that question
Sometimes the greatest good for the greatest number just means the least amount of suffering
Sometimes you have to cut deals with the lesser evil
| kiwigirl32 chapter 20 . 5/18/2013
Really good. Keep updating.
| Shadow Typhoon chapter 8 . 4/7/2013
I'm just wondering... Exactly how old is Dick? And I love your story by the way :)
| pekuxumi chapter 13 . 9/20/2012
Guess who tries to weasel herself out of doing her term paper and reads ffs instead?
Soo very interesting chapter. Took me ages to read, especially since you threw Spanish into the pot and I totally refused to read the translations at the botton, instead figuring out your Spanish with my lousy Portuguese (the joys of a linguist.. ) ;D. Some new characters on board I see. Irey is adorably annoying, just as a Speedster should be! It has to be terribly heartbreaking for Dickiebird to watch her, she is so much like Wally.. and I guess they'll go for Lian now, that will be even worse. Isn't she Dick's godchild? Can't say much about Milagro since I don't know anything about the Blue Beetle, but I guess the 'gem' is that scarabaeus-thingy? Can she just use it like that and be the next Blue Beetle? Huh, I don't know what to think about this new team that is about to gather. Sure, the word needs the new generation, but they are practically kids themselves :/.
and bam, there was a lot else happening! Finally a piece of Clarke's mind! Who was that unconscious man he was looking at? I SO want to believe it's Roy, but I dare not hope it -.- Though it would fit with mentioning Donna in the Talia/Diana part. It may be stupid, but I think the Titans are still alive. They are all 'just' M.I.A., right? And just because there is a picture of a beaten up Donna doesn't mean she has to be dead or the photo is an old one. Huh. A girl can dream! I think you are seriously damaging my brain, my dear. Good job! :D
Dinah was kickass as always, with the new information I got her parts get more and more interesting. And Diana (why the hell do they all have to have oh so similar names?!).. yeah sure, go tell yourself that Bruce doesn't mean anything to you anymore. One day you might believe it yourself.
And then the batboys. Oh come on, there has to be /some/ glimmer of how to act grown up! I mean, okay, Damian's a teenager, let's be easy on him, but - Jason? Tim? No excuse, really. Though I understand Timmy's reservedness, those two are surely not easy to deal with. I had to laugh at the "Jason, the ever-permanent accessory of the teen" phrase so hard that I sprayed my tea over the screen. I love their little crusade against everything and the world in general.
| pekuxumi chapter 12 . 9/18/2012
Ha. I made it through the double chapter! Wow there was a lot, I don't even know where to begin. I liked what you did with Gotham, very cool idea, and I like how it turns the table concerning the Gotham Villains. I can almost hear Bruce's teeth gnash at the thought of having a kinda-deal with them... and damn, they were scary in the last part. Whaaat they now Dick's name? and they said THEY brought him back? oO. Woah, mind blown, seriously. Is Selina some kind of spy for the bats? Someone 'dark' enough for the villains to accept but still bound to the bats? Did Bruce send her? Very interesting.
And the bat boys. Oh, my heart. In the last review I was all feeling for Timmy, but that Flashback with Jay and Dick was again so bittersweet, and Jason so well written. The part where he tells Dick that he should better die the next time someone shoots at him.. *SOB*. Oh how he'd regret those words. And, come on, please tell me this is not my perverse mind making up things, but there was /something/ going on between Dick and Jay, right? I mean, Jason did allude to something that at least contained a kiss, right? Huh. Timmy won't approve. Though I'm not a slash fan, I gotta say that I COULD get used to Jason/Dick.. they're kind of cute together
The family parts were just awesome. Heartbreaking. Bruce admitted he doesn't know what to do (ch. 11), and in chaper 12 even offers to have skin from his legs removed for Dickiebird's back! After establishing him as a somehow-asshole, you surely know how to make him great again. Dick chewing out his familymembers was hilarious but sad as well, because it is just SO TRUE. It must have been terribly disappointing for him to come back and still have everyone blaming and shaming each other, not even his death showing them how important family is :(. poor boy.
I still can't figure out what happened to him. Why do Jason and Dick lie to the rest of the family? In the dream sequence (which can't really be a dream because the Titans told him stuff he couldn't have known back then?! ) he admits that Jason found him as an adult... ohhh Anne I don't get it! XO
Net and Mage. Huh. I figured out that Net was a female pretty early when she confronted Jay, but I still don't know who they are. My best guess would be Barbara? Because of the name, and she recognized Dick when she saw him.. and so far she's really absent in your story in a way she shouldn't be. Hm. I don't think it's right, though. And Selina knows her but doesn't trust her. Helena's dead. huh. Argh. No coherent sentence available anymore. Oh geez.
| pekuxumi chapter 10 . 9/17/2012
Ha, look at how far I made it! *proud*
Again a great chapter, not so heavy on the storyline, but most important in regard to the characters! The first flashback was sooo bittersweet. Oh Dickiebird, you really can be an idiot sometimes. Poor Timmy, those were some bad blows. The sentence "I'm not going to risk losing you too... just cause you're too damn stubborn to accept your humanity." was beautiful, and so true.. Sigh, I don't even want to know how often Dick thought this, concerning every other family member -.-.. And how bittersweet again was Dick's appeasement about Connor? 'At least you gave him the opportunity to tell you'.. oh, and Tim never told Dick before he died.. how tragical. My heart goes out to Timmy :(.
And once we're at the issue of love, I forgot to write that in the last review: I'm so glad you don't plan to have some romance with Dick involved as long as he's a kid. I'm not a big fan of slash (therefore I'm looking forward to how this story will proceed with mixed feelings..), even less when it comes to underaged pairings (like in heavily underagred). You said earlier it would take about 7 or 8 chapters til the slash will start.. so looking at the chapter number you just updated (15)... now? Soon? I'm really curious on how you will have him all grown up again. I have a hunch that it will be painful ;)
| pekuxumi chapter 9 . 9/16/2012
Oh jeeez this chapter. This STORY! I can't even... argh, half of the time I don't know what the hell is going on, and the other half I'm pulling my hair or scream at the screen -.-... but I love it, honestly. It's awesome. I really need to repeat again how impressive the effort you've put into this story is. I can't imagine how mind-wrecking it has to be to plan something like this! And at the same time, I think it's a shame to see how little feedback you get. You really deserve more. My guess is that many many people read, but most don't review since the dimensions of what's going on are just so hard to grasp, and the lengths of the chapters prevent people from just writing "ohh I loved the moment when xy", and sadly, readers usually don't take the time to write long reviews... what I'm trying to say here: Please don't get discouraged by lack of response, I'm sure many are enjoying this story!
and now the chapter. Damn. There was so much -, and then ! and most of the time I was like "aaaaawwww"... you see, I have problems forming the words to describe anything First of all: I was right about Dinah! Ha! At least something I got. Awesome. I love her. You know what I would love to see? Dick's execution scene from the POV of one of the 'bad guys'. I'd go for Dinah for obvious reasons, but Supes (childhood hero! Hello!) of Diana would be superinteresting, too. Other things: I love Jason. Seriously, how awesome can a rude, rash and violent man be?! I loved how Dick reminiscenced about Jay's behaviour during the two months (! - will we see any flashbacks from this time? plllease?)), and then how he was the first one to notice that Dick was going into comatose state (why? because of the toxic air or his physical problems?)... great. And Dick is great in general, but we already know /that/. I almost cried when he thought about how he wanted to APOLOGIZE to Bruce for being shot (whaaa-?!), and then the sentence "Was he planning on testing him already?".. ohhh gawwwd Bruce you unemotional idiot, what kind of self-doubts have you planted into your kids' brains? And the saddest part: I would trust Bruce to actually DO it. The rest was just awww. Tim! Damian hugged him! Steph and Cass. Oh I look forward to Alfred!
My reviews are becoming ridiculously long, but that's your fault alone. I saw that you updated... I'll never catch up... Off to read on!
| pekuxumi chapter 8 . 9/16/2012
Hellooo there. Gotta be quick. Have. To. Read. On.
I only skimmed through chapter 7, since I'm not very aquainted with Cass and Steph.. but I liked the vibe the two of them together have. Kind of remind me of Dick/Bruce or Dick/Damian... with one doing all the "Oh my gawd and then she's like 'oh no!' and I was like 'yeah whatever'", and the other one kicking ass The last part with Jay and Dick was awesome like always, and damn it confirmed my hypothesis. He's a kid. I hate it when I'm right.
Chapter 8: wooooah there were a LOT of emotions during reading this. I mean, first of all: Tim? Hellooo? How about /thinking/?! I can only repeat Dinah (yay!): "wasn't he the smartest of the flock?".. argh. Ah well, I guess he learned his lesson. Dinah was awesome again in general. Everything she does, and she's so interesting. I keep wondering what you plan to do with her. She's definitely not happy about the Leviathan stuff, probably only doing it for Lian (and Ollie?).. but would she risk that for the bats? hmmhmm, she could be the answer to their prayers or blow everything up their faces. Do they even know about her ambivalence? But just as I was wondering about that, the 'kid' came along and we learned about the eyeball and ohhhhhh god poor Dickiebird. Thanks for fucking with my linguistic brain with having a German sentence in the middle of it all XD. Damn I was confused But it's grammatically correct, don't worry about that. Dinah hugged him! And she apologized! Can anyone hug Dinah in return? Please? ... "That's Dick's watch!" - hahaha, poor Jason, never gets a break. Loved the childish argument they had. At some point, they'll start destroying each other's sand castles. The "Dick was not stable" sentence has me worried! And than baaaaam there was Diana! oO. Cool fighting scene, though I gotta say that I was pretty suprised that Bruce AND Damian came for Tim's rescue, and then even Steph and Cass. Everyone on one spot seems very reckless to me. But I guess you wanted to have them all together for a family reunion in the next chapter, which I will LOVE, so I'll have to read on now! Sorry for the long review ;)
| pekuxumi chapter 6 . 8/30/2012
ooookay I'm seriously blown away. I wanted to read a few more chapters til I review, but those two were. just. too. good. I'm really struggling with words here. Chapter 5 was so awesome, I LOVE LOVE LOVE Jason, and you write him tremedously well. Spot on! The whole conversation with Damian was great, although I feel with Damian - it made me quite sick. This children/limbs/crop- things freaks me out seriously. But I hadn't had much time to think about it because THEN there was the last line where Jason greets someone and I actually started to squeak so loudly that my cat got scared XD... so I read on, and YES I KNEW IT! Chapter 6 was great in a whole too, of course. Dinah still rocks, totally. She's gonna kick everyone's ass, in heels. Here I was just feeling sad for Roy and Wally, being moved by Jason's I-care-deeply-but-I-don't show-it attitude, and THEN. THERE. HE. WAS. Awwwwwwesome! He's back! and Jason is soo worried about him but glad at the same time, that is soo sweat. But what's up with him? He's somehow changed? I have a terrible feeling that this is connected to the missing kids of chapter 5.. :/