Capin watched as ‘Blindside’ jumped across to the next building and away. “So,” he said, turning back to Bluewolf, “It was a pleasure, but I too must be off. Have a date with an old lady.” Behind the his mask, Wolf was giving him an odd look. “Nothing like that. It’s, uh, a business meeting.”
Wolf nodded, giving Capin a smirk. “I’m sure it is.”
“We’ll do this again some time.”
“I’m sure we will.”
The cape hanging tight from his shoulders opened up as Capin took that step up onto the ledge. It spread wide behind him as he jumped across, never touching the ground. He landed soundlessly on the snow drifted rooftop and headed north, disappearing into the dark warehouse skyline.
Capin seemed to be making good time. He checked his watch as he dropped down to ground level...Read More