- Voltron: Legendary Defender (6)
- Spider-Man - All Media Types (3)
- The Avengers (Marvel Movies) (2)
- The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types (1)
- The Umbrella Academy (TV) (1)
Klaus is found passed out by a confused Patch and Beaman. When Diego comes to get him, refusing to divulge who the unconcious man was, things get weird.
At least the first time.
The second time, it was a different person.
And then the third.
Then the fourth.
Until finally, explanations are demanded.
Beaman nodded, Diego appearing just as Patch left. He had the scrawny man slung over his shoulder, and a grin on his face.
"Wait. I need to know his name and relation," Beaman said.
Diego stopped, hesitating.
"It's Vanya," she said, distractedly. "I'm sorry. Do you have a phone I could borrow?"
Whoever she called picked up quickly, and she mumbled a few quiet words.
"What is your relation?"
"He's my brother."
"Hello," greeted Beaman, clearly intimidated.
"I've come to collect my brother Klaus."
"Sorry, who are you?"
A gigantic hand was held out.
"The name's Luther."
"Hello. I'm here for my brother Klaus."
"Name?" Asked Patch warily.
"...The movie star?"
Explanations were long overdue.
• Peter promised to go on the Field Trip.
• He would not abandon Ned.
• Clint is evil.
• Thor isn't.
• Bucky's cookies are amazing.
Those were all facts.
• Tony would leave him alone.
• He really cared about passing this class.
• He could definitely handle both Flash and the Avengers at the same time.
• Clint doesn't steal Bucky's cookies so that Peter gets none.
• Flash had common sense.
Those were not.
Peter's school is going an an 'amazing and fun' field trip to SI. He promised Ned that he would go to keep him company, but really doesn't want to. Hopefully the Avengers leave him alone for long enough to survive.
15 Apr 2019
This is basically domestic Avengers and Peter Parker, with a slight smattering of the Field Trip trope thrown in. It's really just domestic Avengers though.
Peter really wasn't at 100% the day he fell asleep in class. And when he gets sent to the Principal's office and suspended, he expected to spend a nice weekend home at the tower, without anything to think about.
However, when the entirety of his Physics class shows up in the middle of Hair Club, he isn't too sure what to do. He is forced to interact with them, and had to deal with some rather invasive questions as to his presence at the tower.
Will he manage to keep his secret?
Is Tony Stark not as heartless as he wants everyone to believe?
Does Iron Man really love his Spider Son?
Without a doubt.
Honestly, its tagged as field trip but it's just so domestic Avengers...
Also, idk why this is so damn long. I just can't control myself, clearly.
This is the second installment of 'The Great Lions of Voltron'. It isn't necessary but I highly recommend that you read the first part.
With the occupants of the castle waking up, slowly and one at a time, they all have to adjust to how times have changed, and how they have changed over the years. More specifically, they have to learn about the man that Lance had become in their absence.
- Part 2 of The Great Lions of Voltron
In the aftermath of a terrible battle the Castle of Lions and its inhabitants are left gravely injured.
With the crystal damaged and the power failing, it's up to Lance.
If he isn't killed by the poison in the air then it'll be by the cold or heat. He has to keep his teammates safe and try his best to repair the castle, all on his own.
- Part 1 of The Great Lions of Voltron
Fandom: Spider-Man - All Media Types, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Voltron: Legendary Defender
09 Oct 2018
These are any stories that I wrote and couldn't really find a whole lot of other works with a similar plot or stuff. I hope you enjoy. Recommendations, criticism and requests are appreciated.