Two geniuses, an agent, and two heroes.
I don't own static shock or Phineas and Ferb.
Chapter 1: Normal day turned strange.
Gear and I were on patrol when I noticed something odd. "Yo, Gear, is that the batwing?" I asked pointing. Gear squinted at the horizon "I think so, but, why is Batman here? You don't think the watch tower is out of juice again, do you?" a shiver ran down my back at the thought of even going near that place again. Last time I almost lost Gear. "I hope not, I still have nightmares about last time." The batwing landed and we flew to it. Sure enough, Batman got out and waited for us to land "Hey, Batman, what's up?" an other voice came from the jet "Does there have to be something up for us to come to Dakota?" Robin got out with a big grin on his face "Robin, good to see you man." I walked up and shook his hand "The feeling is mutual. Sadly, I wish we could say we're here for a visit." my smile disappeared "So, there is something up. If it's the watch tower again you can forget it. I almost lost my best friend last time I won't go through that again." I said grimly Gear nodded "Same here." Batman walked up "It's not the watch tower. This is a bit more important and more dangerous if not resolved." my heart froze "More dangerous then if the watch tower crashing on earth?" Batman nodded "Yes," he brought out a folder "Three days ago two boys were taken from their back yard." I was shocked, that was it? "How is two kidnapped boys worse then..." Robin interrupted "Read the file. It has everything the boys did this summer. It should answer your question." I took the folder and read.
What these two did on a daily basis was more then the top adult scientists ever even dreamed of doing and they were only ten years old. "Gear, take a look at this." Gear came over curious. He read "Whoa, did they misread their ages or something? A roller coaster, a beach, A FLYING CAR! These kids are amazing." Robin nodded grimly "Too, amazing, the wrong people started to take notice in their intelligence and wanted it for themselves." I noticed something odd about the file "Hey, it doesn't say their names." Batman nodded "The commissioner forgot to add that but it was fairly easy to find. Their names are Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher, they're step brothers and very, very close. I pulled out a picture of the two boys sitting under a tree. Robin walked over "That," he pointed to the boy with red hair "is Phineas and that," he pointed to the boy with green hair "is Ferb." Gear took a closer look at the picture "What is that?" He pointed to a platypus I hadn't noticed before. "That is their pet platypus. I think his name was Perry." said Robin. I looked up at Batman "You mind if we keep this?" I asked "I don't see why not. Just try not to lose it. It's all their older sister has left of them for now." If that doesn't pull your heart strings I don't know what will.
The next thing I knew I was home packing for a little trip. Sharron wouldn't leave me in peace "So, tell me one more time, why are you going to Canville?" I rolled my eyes "I told you, Sharron, it's Danville, and the Wayne company sent me and Ricchie an invite to stay there for a week. Ya know, like a cultural field trip only during the summer." I rubbed the back of my neck. It was getting harder and harder to lie to her, but, if I didn't I would put my family in danger. I closed my case as a horn from down stairs. I looked out my window to see a limo waiting. "Alright, I'm off." suddenly Sharron grabbed me into a tight hug "Be careful, baby brother." she whispered making me wonder if she knew more then she let on. "Sharron, it's just a couple of days tops. What could happen?" and with that I was out the door. Before, I left hearing range I heard Sharron "So much could happen. Just be careful,... Static." I almost stopped and looked back, but, I knew that would only confirm her fear. So I just kept walking. I was stopped at the front door by Pops "Watch your step out there, son, and try to stay out of trouble." he said giving me a hug goodbye. Once in the car I turned for one last look at the house. I had a feeling I wouldn't see it for a while.