Re: Wonder Girl - Crimebase! Part 3
- Wow... what a finish! What could be more entertaining than a pair of haughty Amazons displayed publicly in medieval stocks, getting a well-deserved super-spanking from the very citizens they're sworn to protect? Priceless! Let's hope our resourceful villains have arranged for complete media coverage, with one TV camera handling full-shots, another providing close-ups of the reddening rumps, while still another is trained on the bimbos' sweat-glistened, open-mouthed faces, to catch every moment and nuance of their ongoing humiliation. Thanks again, Andrea... you really know how to stage a helluva satisfying show. They should hire you to produce the Oscars! Best, TZ
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Andrea" <akakramer88@...> wrote:
> As the unseen forces continuously tugged at the bodies of the amazonian
> powerhouses, the Sorcerer clapped his hands with glee.
> "You see, my dear?" he turned to the Empress of Evil. "I told you our
> partnership would bear fruit. These two never stood a chance against us.
> In mere minutes their bodies will be torn asunder, and bit by bit
> they'll be unwilling contributors to the maelstrom that is Limbo!"
> "...pulled...apart..." the Empress repeated dully.
> "We must work on your lexicon programming, my dear," he frowned, then
> turned to the duo now stretched and distorted into red, blue, gold and
> flesh colored ribbons in front of them. "How about it, ladies? Enjoying
> your stretch? I'm told it's good for the body!"
> "NNNnnngh!" Dru grunted as she felt tendons rip and bones threaten to
> pop out of their joints with each new tug. Her sister moaned next to
> her. This is it, Dru thought as one of her legs popped at her hip, we're
> done for!
> "Sorcerer!" a voice commanded from somewhere out of the ether. "You
> can't kill them. At least not yet! Bring them here, that I may explain
> the situation to them!"
> The Sorcerer frowned even further. "Are you sure, sire?" he asked as he
> looked upward. "We have them...why, in seconds they'll be..."
> "Do not presume to question me, Sorcerer! My reasons are my own!" the
> voice boomed.
> "As you command, great Pharaoh," the Sorcerer sighed and with a wave of
> his hands the two amazons collapsed to the cold rock of the ground.
> Their bodies shook with spasms of agony. Dru was afraid to even try to
> move, for fear that her body had been pulled so far apart it would never
> obey her again.
> "Slaves," a voice, the same voice that had spoken to the Sorcerer
> earlier, but was clearly in the room with them now, "put these two in a
> more subservient position!"
> Dru heard two hands clap, and suddenly she and her sister were grabbed
> and groped by two pairs of hands, forcing them to their knees. She heard
> her sister cry out in pain, and it wasn't too long before Dru's voice
> joined her. Every movement was agony! Once they were both put on their
> knees they were forced forward in a bow, their hands put out before
> them. Finally, mercifully, the hands stopped moving them, and there they
> knelt, in front of their captor.
> "Well done," the voice continued. "So, two young amazons have attempted
> to halt the rise of New Egypt? Foolish Greeks...ever the scholars, but
> without the true concept of what godhood means."
> "Wh-who...who are..." Diana started to rise her head but the hands
> returned and forced it back down.
> "You are not permitted to even gaze at the visage of the mighty
> Pharaoh!" a voice spat in her ear. A second voice shot into Dru's ear.
> "You hear? You obey! Keep your eyes to the ground before you! Do not
> look upon him or his queen or it will give us much pleasure to blind you
> if he decrees it!"
> "That's enough, slaves," Pharaoh chuckled lightly. "They are very
> fierce, and very loyal...if a bit bloodthirsty."
> "So," he continued. "No doubt you're here to find out what happened to
> poor Electra-Woman and Dyna-Girl. Or perhaps to continue their work?"
> "We were sent here to stop you," Dru growled. "Whoever you are!"
> "Well, to be blunt, you failed," the voice chided. "As to me, I am known
> as the Pharaoh, and it pleases me to bring about a new age, where Egypt
> shall rule again. Under my reign, of course."
> "You're mad!" Wonder Woman shouted. "Egypt's time is gone. Once they
> were a mighty power, but that era is over!"
> "It shall rise anew...like the Phoenix," the Pharaoh smiled. "I shall
> rule again, starting with this very city. As you can see, I've taken
> steps to ensure super do-gooders like you are unwelcome here. The
> criminal element has taken control of the general populace, the police
> force is currently obeying my commands, so you'll find no help there,
> and one-by-one the people are beginning to see the value of giving up
> their freedom, given the security I provide!"
> "Americans would never give up freedom for security!" Wonder Girl
> hissed. "Abraham Lincoln said that!"
> "It was Benjamin Franklin, sis," Wonder Woman chimed in, "but your point
> is well taken!"
> "But they're not Americans anymore...they're New Egyptians!" the Pharaoh
> pointed out. "They shall serve me well, and from them shall I build a
> grand army, which shall be used to take city after city in conquest
> after conquest!"
> "Someone will stop you," Wonder Woman grunted. "Someone always does!"
> "Not if we send a message...with you two as the messenger!" the Pharaoh
> beamed. "Easy enough to kill you both...I hope that point has already
> been made...but then we have your vengeful friends all converging on us.
> Frankly, we're not quite ready for that just yet.
> "So instead we'll make examples of you both, so the other heroes will
> know what will happen to them if they try to interfere! The first
> lesson, I trust, has been learned already. We can and will kill you if
> it suits our purposes. You're only alive now because I'm allowing you to
> live. Thank me for this boon, both of you."
> "Fat ch-" Dru spat out before her face was forced into the hard stone of
> the ground by the slave next to her. "DO it!" the voice hissed. She was
> too weak to do anything physically. Even if she could hit him, the blow
> would be too weak to have any effect. But they'd never break her
> amazonian will. Better to die than to -
> "Thank you, great Pharaoh," she heard her sister say, weakly. Dru forced
> her head to turn to face her sister. "Wonder Woman," she almost cried,
> "why are - ?"
> "Choose your battles, Wonder Girl," Wonder Woman whispered. "We're in no
> position right now to do anything. Give him what he wants, so we can
> return - "
> " - and get your pretty Amazonian butts handed to you again!" the slave
> finished for her. "Now DO it, girl...or I'll break your pretty sister's
> Dru gritted her teeth. "Thank you, great Pharaoh," she said, the words
> pouring out of her mouth like a great sickness.
> "Very nice," the Pharaoh nodded. "Your Pharaoh is pleased by your
> servitude. So we shall move on to lesson two. Stand them up, slaves,
> that they may see my trophies."
> Both women shrieked with pain as they were forced to their feet. When
> the hands left them, Dru began to crumple back to the ground, but the
> hands returned and forced her to stand upright. "You fall to the ground,
> girl, and I'll kick you until you stand!" the voice growled in her ear.
> They faced two open sarcophagi, with two mummified bodies inside. "May I
> present the two ladies you're looking for," the Pharaoh laughed. "You
> came here to find Electra-Woman and Dyna-Girl? Well, here they are! Very
> much alive. Very much aware of what's happening around them. They'd say
> 'Hello' back if they could..."
> "You...you monster!" Wonder Woman shivered. "And now I suppose it's our
> "Not quite," a female voice suddenly broke in. "You're going to be our
> messengers to the outside world."
> "My queen, Nefertiti, is correct," the Pharaoh added. "You'll be set
> free, but not without some amount of shame and humiliation."
> "Face us," Wonder Woman demanded. "If you're so powerful why are you
> afraid to show us who you are?"
> "You're hardly in any position to make demands," Nefertiti cooed. "My
> Pharaoh simply demands tribute from both of you. Slaves, take their
> "No!" Dru tried to put a hand down to stop the slave from unfastening
> her golden lasso from her belt, but it was simply too late, and she was
> too weak, to do anything about it.
> "These shall serve as trophies of my conquest of you two," the Pharaoh
> laughed. "I shall hang them next to the Electra-bimbo and her
> "They're useless to you," Diana frowned. "They'll only work in the hands
> of an amazon warrior!"
> "True," the Pharaoh smiled, unseen by their eyes. "But if an amazon
> warrior doesn't have one, then she isn't as much of a threat, is she?"
> "Wonder Woman," Dru shuddered. "I...I..."
> "Stay calm, Wonder Girl," Diana tried to bolster what little strength
> she had left. "We'll find a way...somehow...to get them back."
> "Doubtful," the Pharaoh's voice boomed. "As we move on to Lesson Three.
> If you do attempt to come back, if you're caught within the city limits
> again after you are driven out, you shall share in their fate. I have
> plenty of sarcophagi, plenty of embalming materials, and plenty of room
> on my trophy wall."
> "I like the idea of decorating our throne room in early American
> heroine!" Nefertiti's voice chuckled.
> "This isn't over," Wonder Woman grunted.
> "It is," the Pharaoh said, finally. "Because lesson four is the final
> lesson. I'd like you both to meet Solaris."
> The hands of the slaves turned them to the right where they saw a
> strange reddish-pink partially transparent blob of glowing energy. The
> slaves hands left them, and both women weakly tried to hold their stance
> as the glowing amoeba moved closer to them.
> "Solaris is an energy draining force, and under my control. For now,
> I'll allow him to painfully drain you enough to let you know I mean
> business. It'll hurt, but you won't die. Come back...get in my way again
> in any way, shape or form, and I'll simply give you both to him.
> The mass of glowing energy surrounded them both and instantly Wonder
> Woman and Wonder Girl felt their bodies get assaulted with what felt
> like thousands of painful pins and needles. They screamed out weakly, as
> they lacked the strength to do anything but collapse limply to the floor
> as the blob continued to drain them. Finally, darkness overtook them
> "Solaris," the Pharaoh commanded. "That's enough!"
> The blob moved away and into a separate chamber away from the main
> throne room.
> "I don't mind telling you," the Sorcerer finally said, "that thing gives
> me the creeps."
> "A powerful ally," the Pharaoh said. "Much like yourself, my friend." He
> looked at the two unmoving amazons on the ground at their feet. "You
> know what to do with them, correct?"
> "They shall be most humiliated by the time they leave here," the
> Sorcerer smiled wickedly. "Right, my dear?"
> "...pulled...apart..." the Empress nodded.
> "You really need to do something with her," the Pharaoh said pointedly.
> * * * *
> A splash of cold water hit Dru in the face, waking her up. A second
> splash doused her body, then a third, a fourth, until she was completely
> drenched from head to toe. Shaking her head, she tried to rise, but
> found she couldn't. Her head and hands were shackled in medieval stocks,
> and she was put on a small pedestal in what must be the center of town.
> "Wonder Girl," she heard her sister's voice. "Are you awake?"
> She looked to her left and saw her sister in the same predicament. They
> were both leaning forward, bent at the waist, their torsos draped over a
> tiny sawhorse to keep them in that position. A crowd of people had
> gathered around them, and it took Dru a moment to focus and realize that
> many of them were...smiling?
> "And so you see," a somewhat familiar voice addressed the crowd. "These
> two have dared to oppose our Pharaoh, and by doing so they oppose you as
> well. But our Pharaoh is mighty!"
> "Hail Pharaoh!" a voice shot out from the crowd.
> "Thank you, citizen!" the Sorcerer stood between them. "You see, the
> Pharaoh only wants what is best for you. These two do not. They would
> have us return to a world of police officers and judges with unfair
> laws! Will we have that?"
> "No!" several voices shouted from the crowd, amid assenting nods.
> "I'm afraid I can't hear you!" the Sorcerer called out.
> "NO!" the voices boomed in unison.
> "Wonder Woman," Dru moaned. "I don't like this..."
> "Me either, Wonder Girl," Diana responded. "But I can't seem to break
> free from these stocks!"
> The Sorcerer continued addressing the crowd. "Then show these two this
> city means business. They are held here in magical stocks, and shall
> remain here for a full twenty-four hours. In that time we shall send a
> clear message to them," he produced two long wooden paddles, "and to the
> heroic community who would dare come in here and tell us how to live!
> Those who oppose our Pharaoh shall be punished! Now the line forms
> at...*ahem*...their rears!"
> Dru bristled as she saw a procession of men, women and even children
> move around them. What had the Pharaoh done to control them? Were they
> being controlled? Did they actually want this? Her response came in the
> form of a hard piece of wood slamming down against her backside in a
> stinging jolt. She screamed out in pain! Hera, that hurt! She thought
> after everything they had been through it couldn't be possible for her
> to hurt any worse but - WHAM! Another blow and tears began to well up in
> her eyes.
> She looked weakly over to see her sister receiving the same treatment,
> her eyes shut tight in anticipation of another blow. "Don't..." Wonder
> Woman grunted. "Don't blame them...ahnnn....for what they're doing,
> Wonder Girl. They...they must be...ow!...controlled somehow!"
> "Unless....uhhnnn....unless they're not, Wonder Woman! Either way...can
> we stand this for another twenty-four....ooohhh....hours?" Dru
> countered, wondering if they would even withstand the first one?
> * * * *
> Suffering Sappho! What will become of the Spanked Sisters?
> They're barely able to hold their own against a few villains, how will
> they fight a whole town?
> Are their lassos destined to become museum pieces for the Pharaoh?
> We'll have to come back in 24 hours to see! In the next installment...