The world already has Bond: James Bond.
Man: Super, Spider and Bat.
Now meet the next generation of super heroes as they begin their second adventure in South East Asia, once again thwarting the plans of some very dodgy characters in the face of adversity.
Enjoy the adventure as they unknowingly enter once again into a deadly chase to recover a holy relic and solve an age old mystery. All this they achieve whilst undergoing a metamorphism from being juiced, through spannered and shitfaced to totally wankered, by taking the magic potion otherwise known as beer ...
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The telephone ringing brought Detective Inspector Crinigan out of his daydream. He picked up the receiver.
“Hello Inspector Crinigan, Scotland yard” he announced. “Hello detective, this is Dr Timothy Clerk, I work for H.M Ambassador, David Reader from the British embassy in Cambodia and we seem to have a mystery here.
“How can I help Dr Clerk?” said the detective now thoughts fully focused on the conversation.
“A body was found a few weeks ago in one of the shallow dry wells in a recess in the main temple at Ta Prohm, about 1km away from one of Cambodia’s main tourists sites, Angkor Thom. A tour guide and party of tourists found the body after the guide decided to frighten the party by taking them off the usual route and into the dark back recesses. It backfired, as he shone his torch into the well, saw the body and scared himself shitless. We are having difficulty with identifying the corpse. All we really know from the autopsy is the man had been brain dead for about a week. He wasn’t carrying any form of identification or in fact anything at all. He was dressed only in a flimsy hospital gown, but the nearest hospital is 12km away and they have had no berang (foreigners) admitted in the last few weeks, none that have gone missing anyway. We have kept the body on ice for about a fortnight to try and work out the puzzle and identify him, but we have had no success in doing either I’m afraid. We had a few people come forward when we put a photo in the Cambodia Daily and said they had seen this individual around Phnom Penh several weeks ago, he was an Englishman but they only knew him as Nick, a tourist from Brighton, in the UK. I was wondering if I could send you blood and DNA samples taken from the body and dental x-rays along with photographs and fingerprints to see if you could positively identify him” explained Clerk.
“Yes of course” said Crinigan after listening with great interest and enquired “How did he die?”
“That’s the mystery” said Clerk. “He only seems brain dead and we just don’t know how, it appears he had some kind of fright that caused a Berry aneurysm which subsequently burst, but there are some major anomalies which we can’t fathom out and the facilities here aren’t great. We have done all we can here, at this stage I will send my report to you and you will see what I mean, it is incredible but I don’t want to talk to much on the phone” “What do mean by only brain dead?” enquired a now
“That’s one of the things I don’t want to discuss on the phone” repeated Clerk.
“I understand” said Crinigan “if you send what you have to my office, I will see to it”.
“Thanks I will dispatch them immediately” and make arrangements for repatriating the body.”