Secret Six #1, pg. 28. Art by Tom Grummett.
((Living ocean. No big deal.))
”You uh, reminded me of someone on my team. Oh yeah, who are you?”
"Oh? Who? Maybe I know ‘em too, ‘cuz I was about to, like, ask about that symbol on your chest…"
"We-ell, I’m Lia, Lia Nelson! But maybe you’ve heard of me by my other name — the Flash, totally fab light chick!”
[Johnny perks up, head cocked in a distinctly bird-like way.]
[Don’t go there, don’t go there, don’t go there, your mother raised you better and to be conscious of such things]
[Don’t be insensitive despite the fact that you have basically no clue on how to explain what’s a nationality and how do you even think of explaining a concept like that without being insensitive in the first place]
[DON’T. THE HUSKY VOICE OF CELESTE NELSON COMPELS YOU.]
Oh! D-do you know about Leo? Like, the painter guy, not the one from Titanic? That’s, I mean, he’s Italian! From Italy! And really super smart!
"I’d pick a wooden box over lugging this thing around" Kevin said. But it was a good idea in his mind. Abet while some of his intentions could be considered noble, he also wanted to stop Monarch and whoever else was behind this. Maybe even get back at them somehow.
"Sir William mentioned some knowledge on magic. I think he was attempting to try and give me some basic self defense. I mean magic has to be teachable, right? If this Hex guy can do stuff with technology, it means he also wanted to dabble in more. But right…I’ll ask Sir William."
Speaking of his teacher, Castle Bat was nearby. “Okay, I’ll lead the way. It’s not too far away.” It was a little funny to see that Lia was still sporting a pegasus. The superheroine probably wanted to travel in style though. He began to walk, leading the two behind him. Soon fog began to cover the ground. What started as something that could be mistaken as morning mist began to slowly cover the ground and sky above.
"Stay close" Kevin called back. "It’s going to be…" Soon he saw it and smiled. He could see a familiar spire nearby. They were back.
Kevin only received a shrug from Lia regarding magic. Anything was possible, given the young man’s good point on Hex’s deft merging of it with technology. To be honest, the blonde wondered whether it was just simple voice activation techniques that made techno-sorcery possible.
…I’m thinking too much about this, she noted mentally as she patted the pegasus by the side. The sudden climate change spooked the animal, making it neigh out in fear. “Hey, what’s the matter with you? You’re just a sol-hol!,” chided Lia, her lips pursed tightly. Then again, her sol-hols were always more excitable than her bright and peppy self. Snapping her fingers, the creature disappeared as Kevin spoke from afar to her.
"Huh? What do you mean it’s going to be—…"
There it was: the humongous antique castle, complete with ambiance and strange noises. She had been transported once to its interiors years ago, so she had missed out on the Castle’s usual spectacle outside. She was almost disappointed it wasn’t colored red as everything else had seemed to be.
Walking in slow steps, taking in the sight in awe, Lia reached the armored man. Her fingers brushed her chin. “…Oh! Here we are! Okay! That was fast — and funky gates, for someone who’s from Shakespeare! Although it’s still batty!” Giggling, she added: “Pun totally intended!”
((VERY INEVITABLE. XD Well, I’ll give it a try!))
Creatures made of dark energy are terrorizing the city, and high student Lia Nelson is running away from one of them once. Diving into a boutique, and hiding until they go away, sunflower-patterned outfits distract her for a while. Once the creatures disappear, she comes out ready to burn money but glad that she won’t die today.
However, a small trinket on the floor —was it left behind by the creatures? did it fall from someone’s purse?— attracts her attention. As she picks it up for her working mother to analyze, dizziness comes over her and her body is awash in light.
Suddenly, Kamen Rider Lumina appears!
Her powers include manipulating the light that surrounds the creatures, converting them into pure energy. The trinket slowly affects her body, evident in faint spells on occasion or a decrease in appetite.
((That’s all I got.))
I said Thor specifically because I wanted to see her as an Asgardian. XD
((Ah, well. You go ahead then. xD;; I still stand by my answer. C:))
[Shifts and coughs slightly.] Uh, Yes ma’am. That’d be me. Captain Atom.
Oh, a Captain! [starts to salute before her eyebrows frown] Wait…Atom? As in atomic powers?