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    Brandon starts making himself wait when he’s a teenager. When he’s 20, Nick starts helping.

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    11 Jul 2015

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    23 Jun 2015

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    Bucky enrolls in a college course about Captain America. It doesn't go well.

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    25 Aug 2014

  4. Public Bookmark 54

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    The blush faded, and Hale stared with wide eyes now. Those magnificent eyebrows furrowed low over his nose. “What are you?”

    Kyle felt the tips of his ears heat up. “Out. Get out. You are the worst werewolf I have ever met, and that includes Scott. Get out.”

    “Wait, but- What are you?”

    “I will shoot you,” Kyle warned. “My sawed off is loaded with wolfsbane shot.”

    Hale backed out of the room and vanished out the guest room window before Kyle could say another word. Kyle leaned against his sink and groaned at his life.

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    29 Jul 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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    26 Jul 2014