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    Darcy very nearly missed the quiet tink-tink noise, followed by a tinny rolling sound as a thin aluminium canister coasted across the tiles and came to a stop just by her foot. It rocked a little, came to a standstill, then released a short puff of air. Darcy shot to her feet, she knew enough to know that the unscheduled release of unidentified substances was not desirable.

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    1 Sep 2014

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    Just because the brainwashing part of being brainwashed is technically over, it doesn’t mean the experience doesn’t leave a mark on you. Clint spends most of his time pretending he’s fine, but then there’s Bucky and Bucky understands and suddenly Clint doesn’t have to pretend anymore.

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    Five Things Clint and Bucky Did to Kill Time on Sleepless Nights, and One Thing They Did Just Because

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    31 Aug 2014

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    Nowhere in Clint's life plan did it feature being thirty-eight and still a virgin, but curses don't just exist in fairytales.

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    31 Aug 2014

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    "I wish I could fly," he whispers.

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    30 Aug 2014

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    In his 2009 book on Captain America comic books, war photography, and American propaganda, Everett claims: “There is nothing to suggest that either the graphic novels issued during the war or the photographs taken during Rogers’ stay with the Howling Commandos can serve as a basis for a queer reading of Rogers and Barnes’ relationship. But even more importantly, there is nothing to suggest that such a relationship ever existed in the first place, and as such, those queer readings are not only misguided, but also libelous” (197).

    [from: Lynn E. Anderson, Captain America: Behind the Mask. Steve Rogers and the Contemporary Hero Narrative (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), p. 242.]

    In the aftermath of Steve's return to the world of the living and the battle of New York, the academia and the Internet react.

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