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Aqua by Little_Red
28 Oct 2016
Aquata Grayson is an orphan, who was born into a hard life. The only thing that made her life bearable was her three best friends. They were inseparable and all the family she ever needed. Until one day it was ripped all away.
This is the story of how she lived, died and lived again.
- Part 1 of All Four One
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
17 May 2018
Kids in the know, ones who are tech savvy and worried for the happiness of their single parents, can find a solution to their problem online.
Harley Keener (who is debating on if he wants to be 'Harley Stark'), is pretty freaking tired of his adoptive dad's whining and moping about how all his friends are married or otherwise not single, and he's so lonely, blah blah blah. Tony's a little whiny and a lot crazy, but he's got a good heart deep down... so he's gonna do what he's gotta do to find someone who can make his dad happy. If it's someone who'd be willing to throw a football around with him sometimes, that'd be great.
A few boroughs away, Peter Parker's major concern is keeping his own adoptive dad out of the clutches of a neighbor he calls only 'the harpy lady' in his mind. She's weird and sketchy and doesn't seem to like kids at ALL, so she can go grab on to someone else! He ventures online for help, because if he can get Steve to find someone else he's happy with, then he'll be safe from the harpy lady. And the kid he connects with has a dad who likes SCIENCE and helps him build ROBOTS. He is so down for that.
Tony and Steve just wanted to go to the park with their kids.
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Guardians of the Galaxy (Movies), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Black Panther (2018)
01 May 2019
With a single snap, Thanos fulfilled his one goal. To wipe out half of all living creatures.
It was random, he had always said. Without prejudice, without discrimination. Everyone had equal chances of living or dying.
Avengers: Endgame showed us the events that followed one half of the universe dying.
But what if it had been the other half that died?