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    The adventures of Arto Rogers and his superhero family.

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    04 Nov 2017

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    The gate is closed, the demodogs are dead, the monster is gone; the story of one night, in which they heal. In which they rest.

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    01 Nov 2017

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    Clint Barton's Super Secret Snipers' Club. (Invitation and pending mental health evaluation required.)

    "When Steve brings Bucky back to the tower for the first time, Clint’s first thought is that Tony Stark’s pride and joy is quickly becoming a less of a very tall and expensive ‘fuck you’ in the faces of investors who don’t believe in self-sustaining energy, and more of a superhero rehabilitation center."

    Boyfriends, compromises and learning to like oneself.

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    01 Nov 2017

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    A world without parents is a lonely, portless world with no safety and no justice - this is a truth Stiles Stilinski learned when he was very young. But at nine years old, at twelve, he couldn't understand just how true it was; that the powerful, indefinable wrongness that obscured his memories of his mother was more than a child's sense of unfairness at having his mom taken away.

    It's not until a globetrotting great-aunt blows back into town after a many-years absence that it starts to dawn on him: that his mother's death was anything but natural; that it was certainly anything but fair.

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    29 Oct 2017

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    A world without parents is a lonely, portless world with no safety and no justice - this is a truth Stiles Stilinski learned when he was very young. But at nine years old, at twelve, he couldn't understand just how true it was; that the powerful, indefinable wrongness that obscured his memories of his mother was more than a child's sense of unfairness at having his mom taken away.

    It's not until a globetrotting great-aunt blows back into town after a many-years absence that it starts to dawn on him: that his mother's death was anything but natural; that it was certainly anything but fair.

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    29 Oct 2017