Pharaoh and Ibis Chapter 8

Chris began to panic as Kevin flew to the entrance to the tomb and lifted the slab off of the ground once again opening the tomb. As quickly as he rose though, he fell even faster after a punch to the face knocked him and the slab back down. The door and the tomb shuddered under the sudden impact loosening bricks and sand. Angrily Kevin immediately flew back up and punched the door a second time so it simply flipped open and flew out.

Before Kevin standing in the the was a tall figure decked in a black full body suit covered in spikes and a ending in a vicious and long tail!

“Foolish Aten! You dare to fight me?” cried Kevin as he attempted to strike a heroic pose in the snow. Another punch came flying from the figure hitting him right in his face sending him flying through the air. He landed in the snow creating a small cloud of powder from the impact.

“Face punches are not enough to stop me mortal,” Kevin replied less confidently as he rose up again flying. He rubbed his sore jaw and flew forward again.

The figure moved to strike and Kevin used both hands to guard his face only to get sucker punched in the stomach. Kevin collapsed on the snow again curling up in pain.

“God-slave, you should return to your tomb because your judgement has not ended and your blight upon the world must be stopped,” said the figure as he walking towards Kevin. Kevin struggled to get up and resume flying.

“Hey spikey person, I don’t know who you are but I am the Pharaoh. I’m not some bad guy. I’m a servant of Ra and all of that stuff.” As he called out Ra’s name though he reverted to his child form and collapsed into the snow.

Luke Herr

Luke is a writer and an aspiring professional comic writer who is also the editor in chief of Nerdcenaries. He currently is working on a graphic novel called Prison Spaceship.