When last we left you Hulk had leapt from the building. After he sent Superman flying through the air. The Joker tried to flee while Batman and Lex stood staring at this large green beast. When out of the blue a white web shot towards a nearby building with a red and blue character attached to it. NOT known to Batman, but Spiderman swung through. "A clown running can't be good" said Spiderman. He shot his webbing net sticking the Joker to the floor. Then he swung towards Batman with a Flying kick. Batman caught the foot of the Spiderman swinging him into the wall. Lex targeting all with his rockets, at a blink of a second the rockets are launched with Batman deflecting one with a Batarang, one headed towards Spiderman, when a bright red flash scoops Spiderman from the side of the building that Batman threw him into. Hulk grabs the one meant for him and hurls it back at Lex. "No one hurts my friend Bugman"! Hulk yells. The rocket catches Lex knocking him to the ground. Hulk jumped on him like flies on crap. He caught Lex's right hand as he tried to knock Hulk off. Hulk then grabbed his hand, crushing it. Then he ripped Lex's arm off, the one which also had the device that opened the boom tub. Odd thing is there were no screams. Hulk had exposed wires and circuits, this Lex was an android. Hulk bashed the robot to the ground like aluminum foil. He takes the arm in hand and chucks it towards the watching Batman, catching Batman of guard. The force of the thrown object would have put him through the wall if Batman didn't react when he did. Batman shot his grappling hook up towards the building where Flash had moved Spiderman. The Hulk furious yells in a defining manner. Not noticing the three on the building's top yet. Meanwhile over the Atlantic sea just about 10 mile out from Metropolis Superman crashed into the water sinking like a rock out cold from the punch of Hulk earlier.
Chuckles The Klown is the host of Chuckles' Crypt on RI Free Radio
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