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The Super Babies: Book II: The Blabberish Singer, by D. Isaac Thomas, is the sequel to The Super Babies: Book I: Pride of the Super Babies. It is the second book in the series of five The Super Babies books. The book was published ion 31 July, 2011.
Having emerged victorious, the S.M.S.B. strives to begin living an ordinary life. However, when a celebrity is sabotaged by Dark mutantry. Baby Intelligence finds not only the holdout he has inherited from the mysterious Wilfred of Wales, but the new enemy that has watched his every move.
Chapter 1: New World Edit
After the evil Mr. Stupid NoHead is killed by Baby Intelligence and Lindsay Kellerman, Hell Burnbottom and Annabeth Black prepare to rearrange the Order. Black insists on leading, but when Burnbottom strangles her, she accepts his birthright as she has a sense of fair play.
Chapter 2: Around the Clock Edit
Chapter 4: News from Woodsbury Edit
Baby Intelligence arrives to take the NoHead sevlows to an organization that can help them.
Chapter 8: Crodela Edit
The next morning, the Crodela match begins. As he contemplates his gamng tactic, Baby Intelligence is suddenly flashed relentlessly by Brianna Taylor, setting his legs ablaze and making flying difficult until Indiana pushes her away, roaring with determination. Looking around, Baby Intelligence is wondering who to target when he is suddenly assailed by a Golgoball and knocked unconscious by the obstacle.
Baby Intelligence wakes up in a small room to find Bailey Dennings holding ice on his cheek, and learns that the Holy Mackerels had ultimately lost their first official game.
Much to Baby Intelligence's chagrin, he receives constant attention from Wesley and Indiana Shaffer, a teenager from the Galloping Grenades. Both constantly interact with him on the base of his fame (Shaffer treats Baby Intelligence as a celebrity and Wesley hopes to actually bring him to that state).
The Concert Edit
Shortly afterwards, he witnesses a training session involving a practice duel between Lindsay Kellerman and Baby Strength. The fight is cut short when an alarm alerts Baby Intelligence, the one monitoring their clash, to a concert beginning soon. He summons everyone to the Pinewood Derby, and they take off.
At the concert, they, like everyone else, are excited to see Rocken Role enter stage. However, they are shocked when he suddenly begins to sing in a babbling language known as Blabberish. Unlike the others, Baby Intelligence is suspicious as well as shocked.
After the performance, Rocken Role is loading the drums and guitar he used to the car when Baby Intelligence stops him in his tracks. He tells him to hold still, and uses a binocular prototype to let him see through his neck skin. He is shocked to see a mechanized Blabberish voice box inside. This reminds him of the NoHead threat, and he rallies the others to help stop them.
Rescue of Baby StrengthEdit
They go to the NoHead base, where Baby Intelligence discovers the base has been deserted. He then reveals that he found a GPS, and they prepare to go to Merchant Alley to find their secret base. But first, Baby Intelligence insists they must rescue Baby Strength.
To Merchant AlleyEdit
When they arrive, they engage several war robots before curfew.
Burnbottom confronts Baby Intelligence on the road where he makes light of his similarities to Baby Intelligence. Burnbottom then, right then and there, removes his own hands, revealing strong, black skeletal structures under them. Baby Intelligence narrowly escapes thanks to the people defending him.
Mission to YellowstoneEdit
This is when they realize there is a secret base hidden in Yellowstone National Park.
Upon arriving, everyone climbs out and begins a search. With the help of Lindsay, Baby Intelligence discovers the entrance to the NoHead base. Once they ride the chute inside, they quickly find the entrance to the chamber, but are cut off by a cadre of Rockets. They cut them down, but they are cut off by a heavy blast door resistant to swords. Luckily, Baby Intelligence is fluent in German. He says “open up” in the foreign language, and the door opens and lets them inside.
First encounter Edit
Baby Intelligence and the others make it to the central chamber where they find Mr. Stupid NoHead's sons all waiting on the other side. They all engage Hell Burnbottom in combat. Unfortunately, they are no match for Burnbottom’s now-revealed mastery of the dark side and the sword combat style that he employs. He deflects Force Baby’s attack, fires lightning at Lindsay and slashes her chest, then injures Baby Strength.
Meanwhile, Baby Intelligence ventures down into the control room to acquire the blabberish voice box. After Baby Intelligence destroys it, he is almost killed by a ring of fire that forms as a result of the box’s destruction, which is felt by both Hell Burnbottom and Rocken Role. However, he is able to escape, and the flames burst through the exit and aside the baby.
Baby Intelligence returns to the central chamber just as Hell Burnbottom is about to leave, and the two mutants go head to head in a fierce duel. Burnbottom, realizing he can’t defeat Baby Intelligence, attempts to topple a large pillar on Lindsay and Baby Strength as a distraction. While Baby Intelligence pushes the babies away, Burnbottom flees in his skyfighter. Flying to the control station, he meets up with his brothers and gives them their next assignment.
In the MBH, Baby Intelligence and Lindsay ponder Burnbottom’s threat and Baby Intelligence reveals how he destroyed the voice box.
The graphic novel adds in Lindsay Kellerman’s Rocket kick performed in the base, along other things. On top of that, the story includes a shortened account of the performance, as well as other inserted scenes. Also, Hell Burnbottom’s sword is mentioned during the ending fight scene to be the first type, despite being a magma sword.
The graphic novel also mentions Rocken Role’s subsequent injury after the box is destroyed.
New characters Edit
|D. Isaac Thomas' The Super Babies series|
|Pride of the Super Babies||book||graphic novelization|
|The Blabberish Singer||book||graphic novelization|
|Revenge of Hell Burnbottom||book||graphic novelization|
|An Ended Generation||book||graphic novelization|
|The Final Chapter||book||graphic novelization|
|Zero to Hero||book||graphic novelization|
|The Second Hero||book||graphic novelization|
|The S.M.S.B.||book||graphic novelization|
|The Last Battle||book||graphic novelization|
|Where Are You Now?||book||graphic novelization|
|The Return of the Verasect||book||graphic novelization|
|The Latest Threat||book||graphic novelization|
|The Inferno Relit||book||graphic novelization|
|The X-Adults: Endgame 3||book||graphic novelization|
|Before The SMSB|
|When is Prehistory?||book||individual|
|Why Has The Storm Ceased?||book||individual|
|Where is the Darkness?||book||individual|
|Who Will Hold Dominion?||book||individual|
|What is a Bloodbath?||book||individual|
|The Life and Legends|