“See?” Kura said smugly. “This is really fun and you didn’t want to do it!”
She was poking Tammy teasingly in the ribs while the latter was hanging over the transparent railing of the skywalk above the zoo’s African savanna exhibit, watching the giraffes bent in seeming awkwardness to drink from the simulated river.
Tammy answered her with a smile and a weak attempt to bat Kura’s fingers away. “Okay, I’ll admit it; it’s been pretty fun. Right guys?” She called across the way to the trio of Phineas, Steampunk and Phil.
The two boys were arguing about whether or not it was a good idea to dis-include the savanna predators from the facsimile grassland with Phil being firmly against letting children see kill sites and Phineas insisting that it was educational. Steampunk was ignoring them to silently observe a herd of springbok.
Phil glanced up from his futile discussion to agree with her. “Yeah. I haven’t been to the zoo in years, but I’m glad I came today.”
“That’s because It know what’s fun better than anyone else.” Kura insisted, leaving the railing and jogging further down the skywalk. “Come on! I saw that they’ve got the baby rhino … Continue reading
“Oh come on, what’s wrong with the zoo? Zoos are fun.” Kura Akagi pulled the official Mayfield Chamber of Commerce tourism brochure over to her side of the table. Of obvious Japanese descent, she was slightly plump with feathered hair that was pulled back and clipped into a trio of ponytails that hung to the middle of her back while two locks were allowed to hang down around her round, cheerful face.
“Don’t you think it’s a little too… ‘kid stuff’ for high school freshmen?” Tammy Kaine didn’t sound exactly sure of this assessment herself. She had reddish brown hair and her athletic frame topped five eight thanks to a summer growth spurt. “Besides, I want plenty of time to get over to Westmoreland Plaza and go to the place my brother and his friends hang out all the time.”
“How great could the place be?” Kura made a face, “They called it ‘The Dungeon’.”
“Trust me, I’ve been there.” Tammy giggled.
“Okay, but the El train goes right by there. We can go there and the zoo easily. Oh, and we need, need, need to find a place that does good pizza. I don’t care what else we do … Continue reading
The Second Annual Halloween/Warrick’s Birthday Party is getting underway with a special guest courtesy of JC. But this psychic may be the real deal, and she’s about to give Warrick a glimpse of the possible future. The first Imaginary Story to appear in the pages of The Descendants starts here!
The mastermind behind the ‘ghost’ attacks is revealed and his objective, the Book of Passions, is in reach. All he needs is the one person in all the world that holds the key to using it’s phenomenal powers. Part 2 of the 4 arc.
Tammy is in town to visit her little brother, but this moment of family togetherness couldn’t have come at a worse time! Dayspring College is under attack by ghosts and it’s up to the Descendants and the Irrepressible Spark to figure out why before someone gets hurt! Part one of the 4 arc.
Tammy Kaine IS the Irrepressible Spark! And unfortunately, she’s just stumbled across a villain try-out session. Lucky for her, her brother Alloy, along with Facsimile, Zero, and The Whitecoat are on their way! And just whose side if Vorpal on anyway?
The threat of Project Tome reduced, Laurel sets to work trying to notify the teens’ families and manages to get a hold of three. And while the Kaines have a joyful reunion and Kareem’s parents come to understand what has been done to their son, it isn’t her blood relations that Cyn cares to be with. Why and what she plans to do with it are the questions othe hour in the first issue of Volume 2.
In the aftermath of the Redeemer incident, the Academy is breathing it’s last, the Enforcer Corps is on the run, and Tome has returned to the shadows. What does the future hold for our heroes? Whatever it is, it starts right here.