"Of course you are not Spidey, I would already have my claws in you then. You are really cruel, Doc. However, 'not that easy' doesn't mean impossible." The thief walked up to the window and opened it, turning her head to look at Bruce. "The front door is boring. See you soon, Doctor Banner." And with that, she simply jumped.
"Oh, Doctor Banner, was that a compliment?" The thief quirked a brow, a happy grin crossing over her face now. Walking up behind him slowly, she peeked over his shoulder to see what he was working on. "Or maybe you could give me a call if you are ready for some Party-Hardy, Doc. Aren't you walking me out, hm? I don't want to break another window." Winking at the man, she let out a soft chuckle. "Don't give me that look, I didn't break anything, I promise! I'm a professional."
"But what if the past always sneaks into the now?" She questioned quietly, asking herself, not the other. "Oh? You really don't have to worry about them, Doc, just some nobodies, dark faces from the gutter thinking they could sell your work to someone who actually knows how to read. I took care of them, consider it an apology for breaking in." Turning to him, the woman offered a smile. "See? I have some good in me. Scan me with something, I'm sure you'd see it."
All of a sudden, the usually loud woman got very quiet. Suspiciously quiet. "Just like you have no idea what they've done to me. It's the reason why I am who I am today as well." A bittersweet smile offered to the man, she tilted her head to the side. "I believe we can both agree that the past was not the brightest, huh, Doc' ? I'm sorry if I hurt you."
"What can I say, Doc, I love shiny things." Those words obviously did hit her a bit, but as always, Felicia hid it all behind a charming smile. That, until her father was mentioned. "A girl of my talent must do what she must do. And frankly, you don't know anything about that, do you, Doctor? But to call it disgusting...Ouch."
"But I brought the watch back!" Felicia pouted, the emerald eyes fixed on the other's face. "I am sorry, Doctor, it won't happen again. You say you know me? Oh, I'm flattered. How? Does my work also impress you? Because honestly, yours does impress me."
"Doctor Banner! So-so lovely to meet you! I must admit, some guys wanted me to break into your lab and steal a paper or two, but I decided to pay a visit instead. You just seem to be...interesting." The woman held a hand out for him to shake. "Of course, I am so rude! The Black Cat at your service, Doctor! Oh, and...I brought back your watch."
Hercules' grinned as he caught a site of banner. Coming over to him and giving his back a firm pat "Hey if it isn't my favorite green skinned brute! How are you my friend?"(Thanks for accepting my friend request hope to role play soon.)
Charles looked for a moment, then sighed. "You have a gift, Mr Banner, you should never be ashamed of that." He smiled when the other asked him if there was something he wanted to talk to him about; he had almost forgot. "Oh, um, yes, there actually is." Prof. X replied, smiling sheepishly, bringing his hands up onto his desk and clasping them together, fingers intertwined in a calm and sophisticated manner. "I have a position open here, at the Academy. We are in dire need of a new science professor, one to replace our resigning one. Sadly, this said science professor couldn't handle being around so many young—" he raised his eyebrows, "maturing mutants; I suppose they can become a handful sometimes." Charles added rather hopefully, "but they are good kids, just in need of proper guidance, a compass to steer them in the right direction." The professor looked the hero right in the eyes. "Mr Banner, I believe you are that compass. You can have the opprutunity to help form our future, instill something great into the minds and hearts of our youth. That choice is yours though. I'm only offering you the chance to do what you love. Science."
The professor agreed with a nod. "Yes, it has been." His face heavied with great emotion, despite his effort to conceal it. It was hard, moving on and continuing. "But we must move on from the past, persevere, even when it seems impossible." Prof. Xavier managed a weary smile. "I'm glad to see you have been hanging in there though, Mr Banner. You're an inspiring being."