"And-can you believe this shit-Banner says we need a class five containment lab. Class five! There’s like, two of them in North America! I’d have to sign up three months in advance to reserve one week! Meanwhile he gets to be some kind of badass five dimensional monster by dicking around in a lateral collider but the rest of us gotta be caaaareful. Because he’s worried about left handed plants. Goddamn plants.”
Sabretooth ignored the other man’s rant as he quietly crushed a SHIELD agent’s throat, and fantasized about doing the same to Dr. Ohnn.
He just never stopped talking.
The doctor stepped over the body of another agent, holding a battery powered eggbeater covered with gore. The dead agent was unmarked, but the eggbeater smelled of brains.
What a disappointing power the doctor had; killing people so neatly.
"I mean, sure, when China chucked people into their collider they folded up like bloody tissue paper, but at least they were getting new data." He waved the eggbeater around for emphasis.
"I had to go to AIM to do anything. And then they’re all pissed when I can’t reproduce this.” He pointed at his head, which like the rest of his body, was only halfway there. The left side of his skull was missing, along with portions of his neck and arms. Human Swiss cheese. Sabretooth paused at that thought. What a wonderful idea.
Dr. Ohnn stamped on the puke green tile floor and it disappeared off to the same place most of his body was, the fifth dimension or some bullshit like that. Mad scientist stuff. Who cared. Pipes and floor opened up like they were never there, and the bodies tumbled into the cellar. Another stamp and the hole was gone. Just an empty floor.
The doctor stuffed the eggbeater into a side bag and passed Sabretooth, continuing down the hallway. He motioned for him to follow.
"C’mon, don’t you wanna meet the most powerful man in the world?"
I’m starting up that Sabretooth and Banner fic again! I finally figured out some plot holes. Quick sketch of Dr. Ohnn (The Spot) because he is my favorite WTFavengers villain and gosh dang I need practice with faces, even half faces. Based The Spot on Clifton Collin’s Jr. ‘cuz he was pretty cool in Pacific Rim.