Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 7)Zim came into the living room, where I had taken residence on the couch. He was smiling happily, as he sat next to be he almost cheered, “Your going to make a full recovery! Your fine!”He wrapped his arms around me, into an unexpected hug. I grinned and asked, “What was the blood about?” I was truly curious.“You had apparently ruptured a vessel in your throat area, under usual circumstances you would have died, but Zim saved you!” Zim exclaimed happily.I was shocked, but I managed to smile, “You know that means I’ll have to repay you.”Zim waved his hand dismissively, “No. . .”I grinned and leaned forward, kissing him softly on the lips. “I have to. . .” I said again, showing my stubborn side.“Oh- Dib-thing. . . Zim does not require anything. . . Just get plenty of rest! That’ll make Zim happy!” Zim said standing to walk away.I watched him walk out of the room, realizing why he h
IZ short ZADR: What happens when you waitThere he was again, staring up at the night sky. Wondering why Zim had to leave, why he was to be alone in this world. He's mind now remain in the stars never looking back from the past, only looking forward to the future.Where was Zim? Why had Dib's obsession left him? Why did he wait for him?Dib would wait every night for signs of life, listening in with his headphones. For years he waited like this.Now nearing winter he had to go inside sooner, to reinsure his health.The snow had made his skin frozen, and like ice to the touch. His lips had turned a bit blue, like his eyelids, that had dark circles under them. He rubbed his frozen eyelids as he walked inside.Gaz, who sat on the couch grumbled, "He's never coming back. You need to stop wasting your life!""Says the girl who can't stand to put down her Game Slave for two seconds!" Dib grumbled, walking past her, towards the stairs, "I'm going to bed. . ."Cold and disappointed, Dib walked into his room and fell onto his bed, exha
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 6)Zim ran around his lab, picking up random items, and placing them on the table next to me. . . We were now in his medical bay, which seemed spotless before he began to search it for supplies.Once he was finally done, he began to use some of the instruments on me. . . He jabbed me with syringes, and did blood tests.“I’m sorry it’s taking so long. . . Zim’s computer isn’t used to human blood and disease. . .” Zim had apologized at least several times.I nodded telling him, that it was okay. While waiting I decided to ask, “What exactly happened while I was blanked out yesterday?”Zim looked at me worriedly, “If Zim tells you, do you promise not to hurt him?”“I promise!” I exclaimed, shocked that he would think I would hurt him after all of his help.He sat next to me, and sighed, “You came into my laboratory, and you were angry, sad even. . . Zim was confused by your behavior. . . So Zim decided to help. . .
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 5)I laid in bed, feeling worse and worse. . . Why had I fallen sick? Why am I feeling ill? Where is he?My head hurt badly, and my stomach groaned with pain. . . Worse of all, the back of my throat burned, making me rasp and cough.I had a lot of coughing fits, and it made my stomach hurt worse with each sickening purge that came after the coughs.I covered my head with my pillow around ten o’ clock to sleep, and succeeded after what seemed like a lifetime. . .-----------------------------------------------I woke drenched in sweat, yet I felt so cold. . . So alone. . .I couched into my hand, violently. I felt something warm and stick splatter onto my fist, and I opened my eyes worriedly. Upon examining my hand, I had found something I greatly feared. . . I had coughed up blood. . .Suddenly a memory came back to me, one I had forgotten because of Zim, and his machine. I was a clone, created by my fath- Professor Membrane. . . I was unstable, unfit to live in my own body. . . I w