DC Heroes

You can't go home again. @ 07:58 pm


Though Diana lived full-time in Man's World and had for some years it was not uncommon for her to be summoned home. There were various reasons why she might find her presence requested--a festival, a holiday, the general health and welfare check her mother was insistent upon. This time Diana was being summoned to celebrate a birth and she was looking forward to this trip home, though the idea of leaving her duties...and Bruce...was unpleasant. Still, she took care of loose ends and headed home, leaving Diana Prince behind by the time she arrived on home shores.

It was good to be back. Diana went to find her mother.

Something Old, Something Borrowed, Something New, and Something Blue @ 08:05 pm


Every little girl dreamed of their wedding day, but Helena Bertinelli never thought hers would have ended up like this. Sure the dress was beautiful and everything was perfect and right out of a fairy tale, but Helena hadn’t really cared. She had barely payed attention during most of the ceremony until the end when they were pronounced man and wife.

Adan jussed her and the two turned to face the assembled crowd. She forced a smile and waved. Adam escorted her to the great banquet hall where the reception was to take place. A few more hours of forcing herself to smile and then she would have to worry about the wedding night.

A new beginning. @ 08:26 pm


After ending things with Clark, Lois found herself uncomfortable at the Daily Planet.  It was strange to her; she'd always been able to do anything she wanted without much concern for the personal politics for things but after having been with Clark and having worked so closely with him--and not just at the newspaper--being there was both awkward and painful.  A few weeks after the breakup, Lois started putting out her application elsewhere and it wasn't long until she landed what appeared to be one hell of a job: PR executive for LexCorp.

A month in she found that she really enjoyed it.  It was a busy change of pace and she felt challenged.  And in usual Lois style, she was putting in long hours.  This was another long night in her office, handling the smaller details of a press release.  Someone else could have done it, but Lois was a perfectionist.  She'd do it herself.