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Daria - Spider-Jane :Part 4:Jane stared down at him, disbelieving, feeling as if her entire body had been dipped in ice water. Her muscles flexed and released almost at random, and she couldn't tell at first if she was going to explode or simply shut down completely. But just before she reached the point of no return, she looked down at the gaping bullet wound sitting just under the torn t-shirt and her focus became perfectly clear.Someone had shot Trent. She was going to find them, she was going take their little pistol away, and then she was going to tear their goddamned head right off their goddamned shoulders.Sirens wailed noisily behind her as she gently set Trent's body back on the sidewalk and stood up. One set stopped right by the sidewalk and shut down as EMTs jumped out of the ambulance and rushed over. Two more sets continued on down the street at high speed, police cars in pursuit of Trent's killer.Jane pushed her way back out of the crowd, no
Daria - Spider-Jane :Part 2:"Yes, sir. No, sir. I'm sorry, I just- . . . no, sir. The library. I'm just checking something on the 'net. Yah, I know, but- . . . yes, sir."Jane leaned her head against her knuckles and studied her new acquaintance as he paced back and forth a few yards away. She was supposed to be watching out for wandering librarians while he held quiet conversation on his cellphone, but her gaze had kept slipping his way. In the few short hours they had known each other, he was already proving to be a bit of an enigma, one that she wanted to figure out.Lawndale High was a haven for a lot of upper middle class kids, but it was still a public school. And while Harry wore his clothes in an appropriately slovenly manner, his sneakers were big name brand, his slacks were tailored, his button-up shirt was silk, and his sweater vest . . . well, it was a sweater vest. To Jane, he looked like a refugee from
Daria - Spider-Jane :Part 1:"I believe in recovery, and I believe that as a role model I have the responsibility to let young people know that you can make a mistake and come back from it."-Ann RichardsLawndale Marvels presents:The Spectacular Spider-Girlby Roland 'Jim' LoweryJane woke up in a complete panic. Just a glance at the clock sitting on her nightstand was enough to tell her that she was already late for school, and even in her sleep-addled state she could remember that one more tardy slip would get her stuck in detention. Or worse.Black jeans. Red hoodie. Black and white sneakers. Grey backpack. She threw them all on as quickly as possible and burst through her bedroom door too fast, causing her to slam into the wall opposite. Muffled sounds of surprise came from the other side, followed by Trent scrambling out and shouting something from his own doorway. Jane could tell he was concerned by