The Fantastic Five, chapter 4Chapter 4: The League of Ultimate Evil
As I went to bed, my head was full of thoughts. Although The Fantastic Five had to return home at some point, we could join our forces as long as they stayed here.
My dreams were filled with images of the Super-Simpsons fighting for justice alongside The Fantastic Five. I saw masses of villains, thieves, robbers, corrupted lawyers and other lawbreakers running away from us, but eventually being caught, beaten up and put into prison by us.
"There's no evil in any world that would be match for ten of us", I said to my mother in my dream, looking gladly at a prison full of criminals we had caught.
"Sure there isn't, honey", mom said, standing besides me.
"We should come up with a team name for ourselves!" Bart said.
"You're right!" I said. "What would you think of...?"
But then suddenly, I heard a voice that echoed within my head.
"The Superheroes of Springfield", the low voice echoed. "Your time has come to an end. Come to the Town
The Fantastic Five, chapter 3Chapter 3: The Birthstory of The Fantastic Five
We went back to our house, locked the doors and closed the curtains, so no one could see in. Then we gathered into the kitchen, and my family started telling our stories how we had become superheroes, starting with Bart and me getting into an X-ray accident, followed by Maggie absorbing parts of our powers thanks to Professor Frink, then dad becoming the Pie Man, and finally, mom becoming The Entangler in our last big adventure at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant.
"So, that's it", I said after mom had finished her story. "Now, can we hear your stories?"
"Actually, they all come in one", Margerine said. "We all became superheroes in the same place at the same time."
"What happened?" Bart asked.
Margerine took a deep breath and started telling.
"It all started about a year ago", she said. "We were all having a trip at the Grand Canyon, when we were surprised and kidnapped by a group of crazy, but intelligent scientists,
The Fantastic Five, chapter 2Chapter 2: The Heroes' Ambush
And as if that night's events weren't enough, on the following days, we encountered more and more already solved crimes, where the ones catching the criminals had always left the big sign of number five somewhere nearby, and the criminals themselves were unable to tell us anything what had happened. And always they had been taken out in the same way: some were pummeled to half-death, others were slashed badly, some had become blind and were hearing non-existing music, some were caught in some kind of web and some looked as thought they had been petrified.
This mystery started to become an obsession for me. I could spend long times in my room, just walking around and thinking about what could we do to find out more of those mysterious crime solvers.
One thing I had already realized: whoever was doing this, must have superpowers, because no ordinary human could do it, that was clear.
Then I came up with a plan to catch those mysterious attac
The Fantastic Five, chapter 1Chapter 1: The Mysterious Attackers
Hi. You can call me Lisa Simpson. Or Clobber Girl. That's my superhero name. I've done many things in my life: travelled in many different countries, performed magic tricks, been close to being killed, written cartoons, but they're nothing, nothing compared to the life of a superhero with awesome super strength that allows me to pick up and toss cars like toys, lift houses, break through walls like they were wet cardboard, and beat the hell out of evil bank robbers twice of my size.
And believe me, being a superhero you get a lot of attention, even though as myself, I'm still the abonded little girl with a straight line of A pluses from almost every subject. The best thing about this thing is that I'm not doing this alone. I also have my whole family in it: my brother Bart (Stretch Dude), my baby sister Maggie (Bouncing Battle Baby), my dad (The Pie Man), and my mom (The Entangler) are doing this as well. Bart, I, and Maggie are ofte
The Dragon Slave of The Basinite Fjords The very air rippled as the leathery whip came whistling down along Shara's exposed midsection. With a cringing thwack the barbed torture tool lashed her belly again and again. Blood sprayed and sapphire scales were rent violently from her flesh, falling onto the hard stone floor in a collective pile. Shara growled away the seething pain that gutted her away but stubbornly refused to whimper. A whimper expressed defeat and in the sadistic eyes of her tormentors, defeat was what they strove to implant within her.
A rasping voice dragged Shara away from the nightmare of the whip and into a world full of misery. "That's enough. I wish to speak with it."
Shara's body hurt all over and her head swam with nausea as she turned her neck to see a small, obsidian colored creature approach her. The creature bore a disturbing visage and obsidian ornate armor as black as his skin. He tugged his beard a long while, studying the fruits of his work that lay in a pathetic heap be
What Dreams May Become 7 (Multiple TFs including: shampoo, food/drink, clothing, fly, gold, and several others)
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“Wake up, Corrie! It's time for school!”
Roman's words jolted me from a deep slumber. For a moment, I had to think about what he was saying...Yes, today was my first day of college. No, I wasn't too thrilled about it. Now that I was finally at this point, I wished I could just stay home with my husband so he could change us into things all day.
“Come on! I have an enormous breakfast all set for you! Many pieces of fuzz and dust became delicacies all for you!” He swept me from my bed.
“Let me get a bathrobe. I'm cold,” I murmured in annoyance. I was not a morning person. Ever.
But Roman coiled himself around me, s
.:Konoha X Reader:. [KagePro]It was a hot, yet breezy night. You didn't want to spend all day at the hideout with the rest of the group, so you took this chance to walk around the area while the streets are still deserted. As you were walking by, you spotted Konoha up under a shining street light, looking around in all directions as if he were lost.
You approached Konoha and tapped his shoulder. “Konoha, why are you out here alone? I thought you were going to stay at the den with the group.”
Konoha gazed into your eyes and faintly smiled. “(Y/n)..” He mumbled with a worried look in his eyes.
W-what’s going on?
You opened your mouth to say something, but he quickly cut you off. “I was worried for you.” He softly muttered.
“Oh..okay.” you paused. “But I already told you guys I was going out for a walk before I left the den..” He didn't say anything and hung his head. “I don’t like it when you’r
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