Another Dimension by Margaret Newmeli
Another Dimension--The Ultimate Amalgam
by Margaret Newmeli
Catapulted to another world, another dimension.
Four teens secretly board the spaceship, RMXIX, to the world of their dreams. An accident brings them to Nootra, a dangerous and villainous world.
Nootra Security Forces considers the teens alien intruders and an unexpected turn has them facing the Frightful Forest.
Another Dimension The Ultimate Amalgam is the first in a series celebrating illustrious heroes and villains. A lively novel with a flair for the dramatic. This is a smorgasbord of all your favorite champions and heroes.
Welcome to the world of your wildest dreams.
Another Dimension--The Ultimate Amalgam
By Margaret Newmeli
MEETING DENVER AND FRIENDS
Zach and Alan closed their eyes hard to see if they were dreaming or not. But Noah wouldn’t let them ruin this miraculous encounter.
Noah: “Guys, our dreams have come true. Remember the dazzling light, floating in space, our hope and the certainty of the outcome? This really is Denver, the last dinosaur.”
Meanwhile, Denver had taken some steps back and hid himself behind a tree because of the strange attitude of the Earthlings. Noah put aside all fear because she wanted what she saw. She walked confidently towards the green dinosaur and greeted.
Noah: “Hello Denver. I am Noah and I want to be your friend. My buddies here are Ryan, Zach and Alan. We’re from Earth and are thrilled to meet you.”
Noah offered her hand and Denver, a little suspicious at first, soon carried her in his arms and kissed her.
Noah: “Come on, guys; what are you waiting for?”
The others wondered at what appeared to be their crossing over to a different reality.
Alan: “Hey, Noah is right. He has fulfilled our dream. I think we’ve traversed into another dimension.”
Zach: “Into Noah’s dimension, you mean. I didn’t know she loved that dinosaur so much that He would grant her that wish.”
Alan: “This is wild. It’s Denver as we know him in the cartoon. The guys back home are totally not going to believe us when we tell them this.”
Ryan: “We four have seen it and it’s enough for the whole world to believe.”
Zach: “Look at him playing with Noah. He’s friendly, as in the show.”
Alan: “I’ve met a dinosaur as I’ve always wanted and Denver the cartoon dinosaur on top of that. Gigantic! This is what I mean.”
They all moved to Denver and he carried them in turns, licking each of them like he used to do. After these affectionate greetings, Denver spoke to them with gestures and words hard to understand and they perceived he wanted them to follow him. They did the same and he took them to his companions - Mario, Wally, Shades and Jeremy.
Ryan: “Well, what do you know? You may as well meet some people you never liked in the series.”
Denver’s companions, Mario and Shades, didn’t take any liking to their dinosaur’s new friends either. They walked straight to Denver and put him under interrogation.
Mario: “Who are these clowns, Denver?”
Shades: “And where do they come from?”
Mario: “And we want clear answers. No jesting.”
Denver introduced the Earthlings to his companions and tried to make them understand that his new friends were going to stay with them.
Mario: “Are you insane? We do not own our villa yet to house these aliens. But that’s not even the issue. The issue is I don’t like their faces and they’re definitely not coming with us. End of the matter.”
Shades: “Yeah. Full stop, period, conclusion and sealed. We’re not coming back to this.”
The attitude of Mario and Shades surprised the Earthlings; the two looked less sociable than they knew them. The Earthlings tried to explain their situation further, hoping to change the minds of those two, but Mario and Shades wouldn’t listen to anything. They held their stand until Denver got angry for he too wouldn’t let Noah go. There went the dispute between the green dinosaur and his two friends. Then Zach spoke out.
Zach: “We wouldn’t like to bother you either, but we have no choice. We come from Aven of planet Earth and it’s the Agape who brought us here. We were travelling in space when a light shone and covered us. We woke up and found ourselves in this place. We don’t know if this is another part of Earth or a different planet altogether. Please, let us come with you and find how we can get back home. What do you say, Jeremy?”
Jeremy: “You know my name? Your story baffles me. Well, Wally; they’re in a situation.”
Wally: “Since they don’t know how to return to their world, why not keep them with us the time we find a solution?”
Mario: “Where do you brains want to keep them? Certainly not in your house, Wally! You already have difficulties keeping Denver; how are you going to manage these four? What if your parents see them and find out at the same time that Denver still lives in their house? All our efforts to hide that would prove useless. Our dinosaur will be taken away and will be exposed to the Wild Wild South. This is the worst-case scenario ever. It’s too nightmarish to picture. Noooooo.”
Wally: “Wake up, Mario; you know none of what you just described will happen. Let’s first get to the city and then we’ll figure out what to do.”
Jeremy: “Welcome to Nootra, Alan, Noah, Zach, Ryan. Here are the outskirts of the West Side of our city. We’ve never heard of the planet you mentioned, but we would love to know your world. Don’t worry; many have studied space and teleportation in our city. If you’re lucky, they’ll help you get back home. Sure, you look strange. We’ve never seen people like you before though there are many races in this galaxy.”
Shades: “Hey, brainiacs; how are you going to get these extra-Nootrans into the city? Remember the recent events. The bat guards the doors day and night, even though he claims to do so only under the sun. He won’t let any aliens in.”
Mario: “Why worry, Shades; super Mario has the solution to every problem. Let’s tell the big guy they’re the children of our ancestors who have been lost in the woods for a long time, as the legend says.”
Jeremy: “It won’t work, Mario; at least not on the bat. And legend often means a story that never happened exactly as it is told.”
Wally: “I’ve got an idea, though it may sound dishonest in a sense. Our football champions are out of town for their training. Why not disguise these guys as them?”
Jeremy: “Brilliant, Wally. I think I can do it. I need tools from Casey’s super bag; then I’ll camouflage them like a pro.”
Jeremy went to work and his companions helped him. The trick was done after two hours of hi-tech plastic surgery. Ryan was transformed into Papan, Noah became Benjamin, Zach turned into Cesare and Alan was the clone of Yann. The four Earthlings looked exactly like Papan, Benjamin, Cesare and Yann.
Alan: “Incredible! How did you do that?”
Shades: “Jeremy is the smart one here; he can do anything. Not like the sluggard over there who calls himself ‘super’.”
Mario: “I believe I heard Shades speaking about himself.”
Batman was standing on the city gates and he greeted the children as they approached the metropolis.
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