Super Villain

Topics: Villain, Girl, Superhero Pages: 4 (1741 words) Published: March 3, 2013
Beza Kassay
Feb. 6, 2012.
Super Villain VS Superhero
* beep, beep* the annoying and irritating sound of my filthy alarm clock buzzes on, and on trying to awake me. As I drag myself out of bed, I realize that I have a big day waiting ahead of me, but I like to take things one step at a time. I get dressed, and notice that the one and only thing I can wear is my superior, all time mighty superhero outfit, but that will do, considering I'm a superhero. Here I go, into the land that awaits upon me, well, at least the night club.

It was a relaxed typical sunny day, when Rainbow Panda woman was on her way to the night club down the avenue. She was muttering on and on to herself about how she was going to have an amazing time there rhythmically dancing in a way that young people dance these days. When Rainbow Panda woman got there, no one was around except a little darkened room on the North side of her. Rainbow Panda woman walked towards that door in an abundant amount of anxiety. When she entered she saw two green looking terrifying creatures. She had a big urge to go up to them and introduce herself, so pretty soon she did. Rainbow Panda woman tapped their green bottomless shoulders and said, " Hello, I am Rainbow Panda woman, and I am a good superhero, I have the power to preserve peace by giving young ones skittles you know, so they can taste the rainbow, FEEL THE RAINBOW, I am very robust and all the towns people admire me. They waited a few seconds then turned around purely, and silently and then yelled in a outrageous tone of voice, " WE ARE THE 2 SLOBBERING TWINS, AND WE ARE THE EVIL VILLAINS, who are scoundrels. We have the power to transform, destroy and our latest power is to cover people in slobber, and we are completely made of slobber! Citizens say were grotesque, and anyone who says that is automatically the foe." Rainbow Panda woman was frightened, and started quivering, she had green slimy slobber...
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