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    Jason really oughta know better than to talk to Bats.

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    19 Nov 2016

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    10 Jan 2016

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    I love this series so much. It's so well written and thought out, and it has everything that I could want from a fic series -- time travel! Dimension jumping! Space politics! The Prequel OT3! So many feelings about the clones that I want to lay down and cry all the time about them! A+, 10/10, would absolutely always recommend.

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    An AU in which Sai has a passion for teaching go rather than playing it, Shindou befriends terrifying Koreans, and Touya wonders how this became his life.

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    15 Jan 2015

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    Sasuke refuses to cooperate with the Akatsuki in the aftermath of Itachi's death, wishing to remain loyal in his brother's memory, and rather than kill him, Madara tries to send him into Kumui. Clearly something went wrong along the way, because next thing Sasuke knows, he's waking up the day after the Uchiha Massacre in his seven-year-old body with no way back.

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    2 Jan 2015

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    My favorite.

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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

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    YESSSSSS