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By Pascal Croci
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He had never seen his mentor looking like this: deep gray circles beneath the eyes, pale skin, hair unkempt, and three days' growth of beard. " "I've been busy. " "I heard what Alfred was saying, and if you don't mind my butting in, it sounded okay—" "I do mind. Look, you're thirteen years old—" "Fourteen. " "You're a kid. " Bruce turned a knob, and the hiss of a police radio echoed through the cave. The dispatcher's words were garbled, barely discernible in the rattle of static: "Zsasz . . killer recently escaped from Arkham .
Dad falls. The man reaching for Mom, grabbing the pearls around her neck. Another firecracker. Mom falling, the pearls hitting the sidewalk, rolling into the gutter. The man running away. Brucie looking down at Mom and Dad. Not moving. Blood all over them. A child screaming— Bruce awoke and was staring straight up into the shadows that hid the roof of the Cave. He focused on a time sense within him and learned that only fifteen minutes had passed since he first lay down. Only fifteen. Not enough time.
He fastened a small transmitter to the vest. 44 Magnum automatic from a gun rack, and bolstered it. Kitch accompanied the officer to an open basement window. " "Loud and clear, Lieutenant," Benson said, tapping the side of his helmet. "You say it, I'll hear it. " "Ten-four," Kitch said. The Batmobile was ninety yards away, its microphone aerial aimed at Kitch and Benson. Batman heard the conversation between the officers and, through night-vision binoculars, saw Benson squeeze himself through the basement window.
Auschwitz (Graphic Novel) by Pascal Croci