Fandom: Iron Man (Movies), Marvel, Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Thor (Movies), Thor - All Media Types
01 Oct 2017
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20 Jan 2018
A semi-fixit verse that exists somewhere between canon, where everything is terrible, and a truly boring world, where everything is fine. Also, Stuckony.
Like 90% MCU compliant through Thor: Ragnarok. After that it's chaos. And Sexcapades.
04 Jan 2018
How Bucky met Tony and everything that happened afterwards.
- Part 1 of Coming Together
Hole in My Soul by Potrix for AislingSiobhan
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), Black Panther (2018), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel
26 Oct 2017
Regaining consciousness after cryo is always a slow, gradual process. Bucky’s hearing is usually what comes back to him first, the sounds around him well known by now; the hissing of the cooling valves, the gurgling of the tubes, the muted voices of the scientists and doctors on the other side of the glass, the beeping and humming of the medical equipment, and—music?
Once he’s able to open his eyes, minutes later, Bucky is reminded that, even though the situation seems and feels familiar, he’s waking up to something entirely different these days.
He isn’t in some dark, underground HYDRA lab, for one, but a hospital room with giant floor to ceiling windows that offer a spectacular view of Wakanda’s uniquely beautiful flora. To prevent unnecessary trauma-related stress, Bucky remembers T’Challa explaining, and it’s definitely working. No one is wearing masks, either, not Bucky, and not any of the doctors. He can see their faces as they work, and when they glance over at him, they smile and wave. Smells are muted inside the cryo tube, but Bucky can make out faint traces of vanilla and orange, not a hint of disinfectant, or piss, or blood, or something even worse in the air.
And then there’s the kid.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel
04 Jan 2018
Tony deserves so much better than Barnes. They’re not even close to being in the same league. Tony is genius level smart, and ridiculously generous, and funny, and very handsome—according to Aunt May—and kind of an asshole, but he’s always right there when Peter needs him, which is more than can be said for Barnes. Not that Peter’s talked to Barnes more than in passing, but still. Like, it hasn’t even been two years since they were literally trying to kill each other, and Peter might not be a relationship expert or anything, but that definitely isn’t how people are supposed to get together.
Or; three times Peter gets advice from an unexpected source (and doesn’t follow it), plus the one time he actually listens (to the least likely person imaginable).