TG Adventure Time! #1: Undercover PrincessAdventure Time #1: Undercover PrincessTG Adventure Time! #1: Undercover Princess by jim-ruggeri
The years could have been kinder for the young man in the cave. Eighteen years old, with musculature slowly turning into more scar tissue than anything else. A veteran of a hundred battles, a thousand skirmishes and almost a million adventure (if he was to be believed), Finn the Human had already carved out a name for himself in the land of Ooo. But much of that was already behind him also, for the past two years he’d been living alone in a cave once dwelt in by the Hero Billy, the man Finn looked up to the most in all of the world.
“Hee-Ah! Heee-YAH!” He screamed, slashing his sword back and forth at the darkly clad samurai facing him down, their boiling red eyes steaming from the insides of thick plate armour. Each tilt of his sword brought them closer, not further away. The crumbling ruins of the castle were not defensively built, but he could still use them for his benefit. Leaping up into a forward roll, he somersaulted to t
TG Martian Manhunter #1One billion dollars, bought and paid for. Were the target Superman, the price would have been incalculable, but while this one might have basically the same powers as the Man of Steel, there was several weaknesses that were easier to exploit. Deathstroke still considered the deal for quite some time. Overthrowing nations, killing presidents, waging war on other worlds even, that he could do. He’d done. And he’d done well. But what he was being asked to do was going to involve more preparation, and more risk, than anything else he’d ever undertaken for money.TG Martian Manhunter #1 by jim-ruggeri
Sure there had been the numerous attempts on Batman’s life, but those were for fun, for sport, and the Caped Crusader had that all important rule about killing. Martian Manhunter did not share this adversity to dealing death. It didn’t come easy to him, but he was more than capable, and should he be willing, there would be no one able to stop him, not even Superman. But if there was one thing that the
TG Hawkgirl #1: Long Distance RelationshipThe Magicks of Thanagar was a tome long thought lost to history. From the Ancient Egyptians to the progressive Islamic scholars of the Middle Ages it was a book that enlightened all that came into contact with it. But unfortunately, as with most good things, they were forced to an end by tragedy. A shipwreck, off the coast of New England, sank what hopes the New World had of studying the document, and for over four centuries, it seemed as if the whole world would have to make do without its wisdom. As time passed, the Magicks were forgotten, and turned to legend.TG Hawkgirl #1: Long Distance Relationship by jim-ruggeri
Charlie Sanders had received a strange package in the mail. The archaeologist son of one of the first people to ever document the vertical facing secret passages in the pyramids of Giza, he had been quite the celebrity in academic circles for his discoveries in the Valley of the Kings. Ever since he had been a boy, his fascination with Ancient Egypt had known no bounds. He’d absorbed every book on the subject, every swee
Birthday KissesBirthday Kisses by Tarnisis
“Jareth you ready?”
“Yes, pet. Is the camera turned on?”
Lyn glanced down at the technology resting in her hands, and a large frown rose on her lips. “The light won’t come on. . . Did you plug it into the charger after we finished watching Pride and Prejudice yesterday?”
From his place across from the writer, the Goblin King lounged atop her bed casually, mirroring her frown with a scowl of his own.
"There was still upwards of 70 percent on it, precious."
"But did you plug it in?" She pressed with wide chocolate eyes. When Jareth shook his golden head in the negative Lyn huffed in despair. "Well, there goes singing and our birthday video for Abbykins."
Jareth looked ready to protest, but the woman interrupted him, explaining. "My device is stupid, J. If you don't plug it in when you aren't using it, it still guzzles the power and dies."
Jareth sighed in exasperation as Lyn droppe
Cop Babes in the WoodsThis is an age regression story told as a cross between the show "Cops" and the 1932 disney short "Babes in the Woods (mainly the version from the show Belle: sing me a story. I wrote it because I don't know if you ever saw the show as a kid, but it featured a live action Belle reading children poorly dubbed versions of Disney shorts with totally different song. Anyway, the one for 'Babes in the woods' was "Working together." I felt that the short had so little do with it and I decided to rework it as a cop story with the message better enforced. Do commentCop Babes in the Woods by Hedging
Once upon a time, a story was told
about officers, kidnappings and witches of old.
They haunted the stations and houses and dells
and this is the legend the police records tell:
Oh, don't you remember thirty-three years ago?
When that police lady and young boy whose names I don’t know
(actually I do, but it had to rhyme somehow!)
They wandered away on a cold winters day
and were lost in a wood,
I've heard peop
The snow white TF of David MurphyA TG, age regression and dwarf TF storyThe snow white TF of David Murphy by Hedging
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"Are you sure you got all our wedding clothes packed?" Amber Murphy asked her husband David.
"Yes Amber, I checked five time already. We got everything." David said stressed. "
"Okay. I got the passports so...hey where's Michael?" Amber asked.
"He and Luke are playing their saxophones upstairs." David said.
“Michael, ready to go?” Amber Murphy called out to her nine year son Michael.
“Coming mom! Just let me get my shoes!” Michael called back to his mother.
“Don't dilly dally! We have to be at the airport in just 45 minutes!” David called.
"Don't be hard on him! We could have left earlier if you had packed the night before!" Amber scolded.
David was stressed, And he was not a person you wanted stress,
He was 42 year old black haired pale man with a sullen face. He loved his 40 year old blonde haired wife Amber and nine year old auburn haired son Michael
Breaking a promise can make you feel like a horseA horse TF storyBreaking a promise can make you feel like a horse by Hedging
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“Is breakfast ready?” Matthew Jung asked his wife Jennifer.
“It will be in about fifteen minutes.” Jennifer said. “I hope you don't bet that to Gustafson either.”
“Honey, how many times do I have to say I’m sorry?!” Matthew cried.
"Matthew, sorry just isn’t enough.” Jennifer said. “It won’t undo what you did and get us our money back.”
Matthew Jung was a young farmer who lived with his wife Jennifer and three kids on a farm. They were doing fairly well until Matthew one day made a very stupid bet without talking to his wife first with his old rival, Stanley Gustafson to see which horse was the faster one. The loser would have to pay the winner their horse and almost all their money. Guess which one lost. Matthew tried to get a new horse to do Rocko’s work and hopefully make him and his family a profit again…but the only horse he could afford now was
The Test Of Time: A TG Epic In Four Dimensions 3EveThe Test Of Time: A TG Epic In Four Dimensions 3 by jim-ruggeri
The quiet of the valley had not been quite so disturbed before. While a ploughman forced the oxen onward, drawing a heavy bolt through the uneven ground, children played down by the river. A washerwoman pinned cloth to a line in the open field, and the men took a break outside the pub, sipping rich ales. It was springtime, about to be summer, and all was well in the world. You could have heard your individual breaths on the air, the place was as quiet as the grave.
Then a thump, a skidding sound, kicking up mud and soil, mulchy fallen leaves from last winter, sending the animals scurrying away. The forest was a gnarled, dark place, where the people rarely dared to tread, lest the devil himself take them. And while they might have been as superstitious as anyone else in this time, they more than anyone else had reason to fear the darkness between the thick, ancient tree trunks. Nash landed, undisturbed, in a small clearing. Smeared with soil, and blinking in the bright sunlight, lik
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