- Arrow (TV 2012) (1)
Was the falcon following her, or was she being paranoid?
Everyone want to have a soulmate, but not everyone gets one. When a strange bird starts following Sara, she wonders if it could be trying to lead her to her future.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Guardians of the Galaxy (Movies)
20 May 2018
Nebula and Tony struggle to come to terms with everything they've lost as they make the journey back to Earth.
Takes place immediately after the events of Avengers: Infinity War.
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21 May 2018
01 May 2018
Thanos is evil. It would be easier if he could just be evil at all times.
Gamora grows into herself in the shadow of a mad Titan.
[Spoilers for Infinity War]
18 May 2018
She’s kept silent almost the entirety of the trip, save a short period of time somewhere in the middle where she left the cockpit for about five minutes and came back holding what looked like the shittiest mp3 player known to man and then forced Tony to listen to Billy Joel for twenty minutes.
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), infinity war - Fandom, Guardians of the Galaxy (Movies)
08 May 2018
Gamora was falling.
The sky broke grey and vast above her. She twisted in the air, feeling in her every pocket and pouch for some sort of weapon-- a gun, a penknife, a plastic spork-- maybe if she died before she hit ground, it wouldn’t count.
Everything was gone. She scratched at her neck but her fingernails were short and blunt. Her throat was numb in the freezing air. She slammed at what should have been one of the most fragile parts of the body, but her esophagus and windpipe had been replaced with sturdier things long ago.
The wind was shrieking, and she was yelling, throwing all her breath away, but all the same she could hear them perfectly.
The red demon said, “You will regret it.”
“No,” Thanos said. She clawed at her throat and did not stop trying to die, all through the long fall.
He will, said a voice in her ear. Regret.
Gamora spat out against the wind, through her bruising throat and her fucking indestructible windpipe, “That’s one cold--”
“--comfort,” Gamora finished and the word echoed into the sudden silence.
No, not silence.
Gamora opened her eyes.
- Part 13 of bringing the war home
Fifteen years ago, the world went to hell and everything Carmilla knew and loved died. Since then she's lived each endless day as a monster amongst an ocean of monsters. She's given up on ever finding happiness, for she was certain there wasn't a damn thing left in this world worth loving.
There was nothing seemingly remarkable about the day Laura haplessly wandered into her life with a self-appointed quest to be a hero. It started out a day like so many others, except it was the day everything changed.