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Angel Bird VS JLA PT. 2
| Watch Tower
To say Bruce was angry for bringing the six year old to the Watch Tower while the boy was injured was an understatement. He didn't want the League to know about his son yet. He didn't want them corrupting him! He was pretty sure that most of them would kidnap him because of how cute the little acrobat was. He didn't want any of them even close to the boy. In fact, he didn't want them to even look at the boy; for fear that just their looks would corrupt him. Well, that's what you get when you have Batparanoia.
Bruce, now dressed as Batman, carried the six year old into the Watch Tower. Robin's head lay on Batman's shoulder. The boy slept soundlessly. Batman's cape was covering the boy hiding him from the world. Batman saw Superman smile at him but walked passed him, he had to drop Dick off first. Superman tried to follow him but Batman sent him a glare, stopping the krypton in his tracks.
Batman took the small boy to his room, it was hardly
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New years has come and gone and one by one the league was slowly waking up, dazed and confused. The team really didn’t want to explain to their mentors and the other leaguers about how they ruthlessly attacked them. More to the point, they weren’t sure how too. So they settled for herding them into the conference room and tended to any wounds they gained during the battle, skillfully avoiding telling the league members how they got them. Robin did most of the talking, as the others couldn’t think straight, especially around their mentors. Connor was the only one who noticed how Robin was favoring his left leg and a discoloration was starting to form on his left cheek spreading down to his jaw. Finally they were all awake and getting really nervous (minus Batman, because he’s the goddamn Batman) about why they were herded into the conference room and why Robin and the others were skillfully avoiding their many questions.