The Young Protectors: Double Cross Chapter Four—Page 8

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Why so doubtful, Mitch?


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So! The Platinum Priestess is introducing our heroes to her little house of horrors! And along the way, she’s taking credit for the survival of the human species!

Will Mitch need to accept that The Platinum Priestess isn’t a super-villain at all, but rather, a fellow hero?! And if so, what other mind-bending secrets will we learn inside these walls?

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


Just because she fights bad guys doesn’t make her good.

She likely protects the Earth because she wants to rule it.

At the very least, it’s where she keeps her stuff. :wink:


“Every villain is the hero of their own story” comes to mind yet again…

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Mitch, would tend to agree with you, Nate. And he certainly shares your suspicions about her motives.

Words that I read as an early teen that had a huge influence on my writing, Julia.