The Young Protectors: Double Cross Chapter Four—Page 4

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So! I’m not sure what’s really going on here, and I just have a lot of questions!

Like, who is Spooky talking about in Panel 3? What exactly is behind that portal The Platinum Priestess makes? Where is she taking Spooky? And, yes, what are Amanda and Mitch going to do?

Tune in this Wednesday to find out! Hope to see you there! 😀



Don’t you just HATE it when your characters don’t tell you what they are doing? :sunglasses:

You gotta love an army brat like Amanda. Her first concern is an exit strategy.


It’s fun for me to write young Amanda knowing who she will become later. :slight_smile:

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Gotta like that about her.

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only one way in and out? Nothing could possibly go wrong there!

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