There's a really good lesson in today's adventure, and that is that it's important to work together. The villains split up and got taken out right away, and the heroes...well, okay, we split up, but we worked together in the end, and that counts too. It's like Ben says, "We must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately." Because friendship is like a...a...

You know what? Screw the morality lesson. I got to drive the Batmobile, and that's really all you need to know.

Author's Note: I'd like to thank Chris Hastings and his team of awesome people, Joss Whedon and his team of awesome people, and everyone who's ever written a Batman story that hasn't made me want to punch them in the face.

I'm horrendously sorry about all the delays. It's amazingly difficult to concentrate on silly Bat-stories when you discover that you're growing a person in your abdomen. (Seven more months and I'll be holding my very own baby! I'm not intimidated at all. Really.) We're also moving across the country, so I have to find a cat-friendly apartment from five hundred miles away, and on top of everything else I've got Sleepy-Pregnant-Person Syndrome and I now require at least twelve hours a day of sleep. Have I given you enough excuses yet?

I swear that I'm still working on stories. 'Reinventing' is still going to happen, and after that is 'Beach House'. Those will get written. Look for

Thanks for reading!