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60s Batman - Hurt Arm Ch 1Hurt Arm
By Robin Gurl
(I need a better title for this. _ lol. Once again this is from the 1960s Series and it's from a Mr. Freeze ep, but Burt Ward was injured by the flash powder they used and I think I just merged his injury with Robin's and out popped this. O.o Um yeh.
This is part of the ones that have been sitting in my folder for years and finally figured it was time to post so they can at least get out there.
School is officially ending FOREVER in May (I'm so happy) so I'm hoping with the free time at night that I will have after my job, I will be able to write like I used to again! I'm actually looking forward to having no homework for once! :3)
Batman: Bruce Wayne
Robin: Dick Grayson
Actors: Adam West and Burt Ward
Universe: 1960s Batman TV Serials
Disclaimer, I own nothing! :3
I hid my arm behind my back under my cape embarrassed. It hadn't shown up until we were on our way to Head Quarters. The gash must have come from the fight with Mr. Freeze. That ice pick I bet did it.
Linchpin: Chapter Eighteen
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: KIDNAPPED
Superman stood over the still unconscious villains and watched the Other with barely concealed curiosity. The boy that looked so much like their Robin, thanks to the Manhunter's flawless illusion, walked over to the computers and slipped a drive into one of the USB ports. He tapped a few keys on the keyboard and nodded a moment later.
"What are you doing?" Batman asked from where he stood, having remained behind to deal with Gordon when the police commissioner arrived. The other protégés had been ordered out of the Alley to help where they could. The League members were also ordered away for the time being. J'onn has remained behind, invisible and hidden, waiting for when he and Bruce would make the switch
"Evidence." Jason answered as he retrieved the drive and hid it beneath his belt again.
"You're planting evidence?" Superman arched an eyebrow in disapproval.
Unfazed, the older Robin met Superman's accusing stare. "It's all
It's never a good thing when the Big Bads team up.
Joker is bad enough; unpredictable and psychotic with extreme homicidal tendencies. Go up against him and a person was almost guaranteed to go home bleeding. Add in Two-Face to the mix and you've got a hell of a lot higher chance of not going home at all.
Batman was lucky, this time. It seemed that once again 'evil' proved unable to work with 'evil'. Two-Face didn't like Joker's inability to follow through with a plan. Joker got fed up with Harvey's lucky coin. By the time Batman had shown up, they had taken out more than half of the other's goons and thugs in a bloody massacre.
He jumped into the fray and in less than an hour he was securing the cuffs to an unconscious Joker's wrists. He could already hear the sirens approaching and doubted anyone was leaving the hideout without medical attention. Including him.
The body armor had taken most of it, but Joker had managed to slip a knife into the seam of
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