The officer immediately did as he was told. It seemed, the Captain had a good bit of pull when it came to his subordinates. Without missing a beat, the officer detailed what his squad found.
I sat on the corner of my large oak desk in my York office and looked at the three whiteboards across from me. Ever since the Titans escaped Tarturus, there have been more questions than answers. We have all been doing our part to apprehend those responsible and put the escapees back where they belong.... Continue Reading →
We had spent most of the day corresponding with Coeus through Jackson’s phone. We were stalling while we planned. Coeus, as the Titan of Intellect, was very smart and very strong. He started to get impatient and wanted updates on what we were planning. If we stalled much longer, he would get suspicious. The sun... Continue Reading →
I approached the entrance of the home and was greeted by an older detective. His short, once red hair was starting to gray. His face was clean-shaven, even at this ungodly hour, with fine lines and rough edges. His suit was a dark navy blue, with a powder blue shirt underneath and a tie that... Continue Reading →
The sound of the phone ringing pierced the darkness, interrupting my sleep. I laid there for a moment in my soft, overstuffed, and extremely comfortable bed, contemplating rolling over and ignoring it. I could just let the sleep suck me in and ignore the world. I deserved it, right? The phone continued to ring. With... Continue Reading →
After a week of chasing down every lead possible, I found myself standing in front of an abandoned building in West York. It had a large red box with a white X on the front, letting everyone know that it was condemned. The church across the street had long since closed its doors for the... Continue Reading →