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The End Is Nigh

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Summary: YAHF. An urban legend has return. And this time even the Powers That Be will tremble in fear.

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DC Universe > WatchmenDomonKasshuFR211189062,50915 Apr 0915 Apr 09No

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The End Is Nigh

Disclaimer: I don’t own BtVS nor DC Comics

As I walk through the streets of this familiar yet strange city, I can’t help but notice the differences from back then. Neighborhoods that once prosper are now nothing but slums. Other have became available to only the rich and powerful. Time has been kind to some while brutal to others.

Yet with all this changes the true face of this city remains the same but worse, unafraid since I disappear all those years ago.

As I walk these streets I pass a familiar building, the one that lead me to my final investigation. No, not mine I have to remember, his final case. I keep moving forward towards my apartment as I look into my watch. Night is coming and soon it will be time to work again. This time I’m more prepare.

Evil will once again know fear. Evil must and will be punished. Weather it is from man or supernatural, it will remember my name again and why it was afraid.

You want to know who I am?

Who I was?

You want to know about Rorschach?

I’ll tell you about Rorschach.

The End?

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