[MV] The Super Wizard From Space #17: The Echo People, Part 1
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Sat Aug 6 15:39:04 PDT 2011
On Wed, 3 Aug 2011 14:14:09 +0000 (UTC), Wil Alambre wrote:
> He sat up, crossed his legs, closed his eyes, and let the world drop
> away. He reflexively entered into a meditative state of enlightenment.
> Slowing his breathing. Clearing away the clutter of outside
> everythingness. Replacing it with a calming nothingness. Then he
> slipped down the enlightenment spectrum into the ultra-zen. Where his
> mental state of now and nowhere became more real than the flimsy
> temporariness of reality. Where he could blend together the passing
> moments of solidity like morning jam on toasted bread. He remembered
> his body at a better time, at a healthier time, unhurt... and as it
> was then, so it was now.
> "The Gong Ago?" he glanced over his shoulder into the valley, where
> the sacred instrument should have been strung up between the two great
> peaks. It was empty! Gone! Only strands of snapped ropes and the
> shattered remains of the wooden bridge remained. A boiling anger
> welled up as he snarled, "My sacred relic! It was irreplaceable! What
> have you done, you little bait?"
Huh, I didn't think he'd reach to personal insults.
> "All the monks? A double?" asked Theodor.
> "No. Not a double. More like an opposite," said the monk with obvious
> "Hee hee hee. I'm afraid so," admitted the gecko with a malicious
> smile. "I remember now, the stained glass window put together to
> reveal a picture reversed. I'm not the master hero who invited you to
> Amity and faced off the beast Rex atop the mountain. I am his echo.
> "My name is Andy Dharma, master villain of the Invisible Monks."
Very good. Though I'm surprised he'd be able to slip into enlightenment at
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, <3
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