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Prologue: A veritable Wonderland of adventures
Kim had traveled outside of America when she was a child and returned as a teen. She had faced monsters, thugs and criminals. She had even fought alongside the famous Batman, but what she was having the biggest problem with, was adjusting to life at school; High school to be more accurate. Why Bruce and Alfred both had insisted this was necessary she didn’t know. She had learned plenty of the basic knowledge from the internet and libraries, but they told her ‘there are some things you have to learn by experiencing it.’ It was pointless to argue when Bruce and Alfred were in perfect agreement, so she could only prepare as best she could for the inevitable. It surprised her how cruel some kids were. She was told not to show off. That wasn’t a problem, but she wasn’t about to stand by when people were being picked on. So halfway through the year she had gained as many friends as she had enemies. Time flew by as she spent her days in school and her nights as GuardianWolf. Both Kim and Guardian gained reputations; Kim as the heroine of the down and outs and Guardian as ‘Gotham’s Angel’. It was funny how things seemed to run in pairs in both of her lives. At school she was approached to join the theater club and as Guardian she was approached to join the Titans. She politely declined the theater club and exuberantly accepted the Titans. Thus Alfred stepped in showing that his word was law. She never found out how the conversation with Batman went, but as best she was told, She would be emergency string for Titans. She could go on every other weekend unless other schedules conflicted. Then she was told she would join the theater club so she could ‘broaden her horizons’. Once again it was two to one. She didn’t argue. She would accept and perhaps after the club saw how bad she was at acting they would kick her out. However the opposite took place. Kim being a highly empathetic person was very convincing as an actress and so she was given the lead role of a new play they were attempting. The new director’s vision was to cast a reimaging of “Alice in wonderland”; One with a unique type of Alice, a different approach that kept the original version at heart, but brought the story alive for a new generation.