Beads of perspiration glistened on Senator Finch’s forehead, cascading down her temples in a testament to the turmoil within. Her eyes, wide with fear, mirrored the trepidation coursing through her veins as they fixated upon a jar labeled as Granny’s peach tea resting on her table.
Years ago, in 2006, DC Comics published one of their most iconic limited comic series to date, The 52. It debuted on May 10, 2006, one week after the conclusion of the “Infinite Crisis” miniseries. The story followed a world in chaos after the multiverses convergence caused anarchy, confusion and disorientation across the known inhabited galaxies.
The following is a creative piece. The Parker farm sits on a quiet stretch of the North Hillview Blacktop that runs along the west side of the Illinois River bluffs. It sits tucked into a five-acre opening in the cliffs with, what was once called Elmer’s Cut Road running along the south end of the property, heading east up into the bluffs. The Parker’s home sits almost dead center of the opening. Built in the 1950s, its solid brick ranch-style architecture combined with a glass A-frame in the middle, gives off a feeling that the house is gazing outward at