Superman’s Night in the Museum

Superman’s Night in the Museum Epilogue
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Our Score Click to rate this post! [Total: 0 Average: 0]Superman’s Night in the Museum Author: Lcross Epilogue The next day before his nightshift begins curiosity gets the best of Officer Muldoon; thus the police officer retraces his footsteps of the previous morning down the deserted corridor of east wing of the 23rd Precinct. He reaches the end of the vacant corridor to find the Infirmary’s big door lying battered, its heavy hinges torn from its steel frame, on the hallway’s floor. Muldoon steps across the crippled door and into the infirmary. He switches on the overhead lights and finds the infirmary unsurprisingly empty. But there is broken glass everywhere. The heavy door to the padded cell has also been torn off its large hinges and lies on the floor next to Harvey’s desk. The observation window is blown out and a large electrical motor attached to a hoist wrapped in pieces of heavy broken chain lies on the floor in the center of the infirmary. Muldoon scratches his head and mumbles, “WOO!” He spies a larger playing card strewn over the glass near the exam table. Muldoon walks towards the card causing the broken… Read More »Superman’s Night in the Museum Epilogue

Superman’s Night in the Museum Chapter 4
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Our Score Click to rate this post! [Total: 1 Average: 4]Superman’s Night in the Museum Author: Lcross Chapter 4 A block of rectangular light from the infirmary illuminates a prone Man of Steel as he slowly lifts off the padded floor. “I hope I didn’t club him too hard…I want him to remember this,” thinks Harvey. The orderly watches the ascension through the observation window peering into cell. Superman is hung inverted on a trapeze of sorts by his ankles. Superman’s ankles are buckled tightly in the thick restraints attached to either end of a metal spreader bar. Twin chains are attached to the sturdy bar above each ankle; the twin chains connect together above the center of the bar to allow rotation to display the victim from all sides. As the chain retracts the bar rises upwards hauling the big straight jacketed man up off the padded floor upward towards the high ceiling. The biter mask has been removed from Superman’s face. Now his blue eyes are covered with a thick leather blindfold. A stainless metal clamping apparatus is inserted deep into his mouth and secured with black leather straps buckled behind his neck… Read More »Superman’s Night in the Museum Chapter 4

Superman’s Night in the Museum Chapter 3
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Our Score Click to rate this post! [Total: 0 Average: 0]Superman’s Night in the Museum Author: Lcross Chapter 3 The local police precinct is zoo on Halloween; miscreants, freaks and lowlifes of all sorts sit handcuffed on long wooden benches awaiting their turn to be processed. Most are dressed in all sorts of funny or weird costumes donned to revel Halloween Night away. Some have bright colored spiked hair and wear leather collars around their necks; others have large gross looking tattoos all over their necks and arms accented with pierced noses, tongues and whatever. Hair fashions of all types abound: from cornrows to dreadlock to Mohawks. Expressionless uniformed officers mundanely escort handcuffed men and women, young and old, through the labyrinth of people assembled at the precinct. So amid the hellish din of loud shouts, ringing phones and intertwined heated arguments a tall young man dressed in a Superman outfit entering the station goes relatively unnoticed. No one pays much attention to Superman when he is hauled in to stand before the precinct’s desk sergeant. Muldoon steps forward and hands up a written report to his superior. A rotund desk sergeant sitting behind a… Read More »Superman’s Night in the Museum Chapter 3

Superman’s Night in the Museum Chapter 2
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Our Score Click to rate this post! [Total: 0 Average: 0]Superman’s Night in the Museum Author: Lcross Chapter 2 The Joker turns away from the colossal statue of Hermes as the two young burly guards drag Superman on his backside atop his cape back into the main gallery. The guards release Superman’s arms and the unconscious Man of Steel slumps backwards onto the polished marble floor before the towering statue of the messenger of the gods: Hermes. The Joker rubs his gloved hands together as he moves to stand over Superman. The guards grin and move off a distance away from Superman to watch events unfold. The prankster looks down at the unconscious god he has again pulled down from Mount Olympus. “Hermes message to you is ‘leave Earth Superman!’ This is your last warning!” His forewarning delivered the clown surveys the big man slumbering atop his crimson cape with his inert muscled arms extended over his head and legs with big red boots spread wide apart. “If metropolis could see their mighty champion now,” gloats the Joker as he kicks one of Superman’s big red boots while looking with utter distain at the Man… Read More »Superman’s Night in the Museum Chapter 2

Superman’s Night in the Museum Chapter 1
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Our Score Click to rate this post! [Total: 1 Average: 1]This story is part of a serie named “The Further Adventures of Superman” the author divided in 3 parts with multiple chapters: Part 1: Superman Rides “The Lightning!” Part 2: “Superman’s Night in the Museum” Part 3: “Allure of Kryptonite” Please enjoy. Superman’s Night in the Museum Author: Lcross Chapter 1 Months have passed since Superman’s first encounter with the mysterious prankster known as the Joker. He still vividly recalls his painful and humiliating ride on “the Lightning,” while rendered totally powerless by a strange green crystal wielded by the demonic clown.  It is 11:45 PM  31 October: Halloween.  In a few minutes Superman must again encounter his new nemesis in order to retrieve the photo of him naked and illustrating the aftermath of his degrading ride and his vulnerability!  The world populace considers Superman invincible and omnipotent. If the picture were released, Superman would become the laughing stock of the world – his mystique of power and invincibility would be shattered. Criminal scientist everywhere would begin work in earnest to find naturally occurring kryptonite or to make a synthetic substitute! Once acquired kryptonite could… Read More »Superman’s Night in the Museum Chapter 1