Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Captain America - All Media Types, Iron Man - All Media Types, Polybius (Video Game), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel (Movies), Marvel 616, Marvel (Comics), X-Men - All Media Types, Historical RPF, 1984 - George Orwell
01 Jan 2015
Young Tony Stark writes fan mail to his personal hero.
A maze of personal correspondence from the desk of Tony Stark, ages 8-13.
(This story is currently abandoned. My apologies!)
Bookmarked by seththesloth
04 Jan 2014
It starts a few days earlier.
Castiel first notices it in the middle of the night when the dreams of fire and screams have kept him awake. He’s kneeling before the altar, praying, when the glass in the windows start to shake, the very air vibrating around him. Castiel is on his feet and reaching for the gun tucked into the back of his pants as the shutters over the windows start to rattle.
- Part 1 of Hunting for Faith
19 Sep 2014
Captain America respectfully requests that all complaints be addressed to him in writing. On paper, the nice old-fashioned way, because the computer screen hurts his eyes.
Put your phone down, Tony.
Originally written as a daily epistolary serial, September 19, 2013-September 19, 2014.
- Part 1 of Earth-1796
Fandoms: The Avengers - Ambiguous Fandom, The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
25 Apr 2014
Given that over the course of the past eleven months Peter Parker hasn't contracted so much as a head-cold, the teenager thought it safe to assume that the whole 'irradiated spider bite' gig had equipped him with an immune system of steel that rivalled Captain America's.
So when he wakes up one night in the midst of the worst asthma attack he's suffered in almost eight years, neither he nor the rest of the team can think of a logical explanation.
And everything sort of goes downhill from there.
(Set in an Alternative Universe where Peter moved into the Avengers’ Tower following the events of The Amazing Spider-Man.)
- Part 1 of At Least We Didn't Panic