3 Works in Shrunkyclunks Big Bang 2018
Fandoms: Captain America - All Media Types, Captain America (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
12 Apr 2018
Honestly, Steve never expected to have a moment in his friendship with Howard Stark that he’d regret.
"...but It’s easy to get distracted by the big picture, so remember to stop and treat yourself to a nice dance from time to time.” Howard read aloud, then he paused, “Wait, is the fourth of July really your birthday?”
“Yes, yes Howard, it is.” Steve laughed.
“And I’ve seen one of your shows, you’re a real lord of the dance.” Howard rolled his eyes at that with a bit of a laugh.
“Laugh it up Howard.” Steve muttered.
But when a sarcastic comment gets taken out of context, and Steve wakes up in the 21st Century with a sudden dancing reputation and Steve is expected to perform, he's gotta learn to dance.
Learning to dance proves to be challenging, but it might be made easier by a classmate of his who answers to the name Bucky.
14 Mar 2018
Steve Rogers isn't good at taking care of himself. So when Tony and Natasha strong arm him into going to a fancy hair salon, he's not expecting to like it. Enter barber Bucky Barnes. Soon Steve is trying different hairstyles and growing out a beard, anything to get Bucky's hands on him a little more. Unfortunately, on the path to true love, sometimes fate (and Hydra) has other plans.
Updates Friday and Tuesday.
While catching up on 21st Century pop culture, Steve hears about Blockbuster but misses the memo that it no longer exists. When he goes looking, he finds a video rental store run by Bucky Barnes, back from war missing an arm, with PTSD from his time as a POW, and unwilling to accept how much the world moved on without him. He used his combat pay to buy up an old Blockbuster building, full of old VHS rentals, moved in upstairs, and now "runs" a not-very-popular business, supplemented by his VA benefits and repairing electronics (specializing in VHS players).
It's a quiet life for Bucky, with only his movies to keep him company, until Steve shows up, confused and just as lost in the 21st Century as Bucky once felt. Bucky agrees to show Steve what he missed, and somewhere along the way, Steve returns the favor.