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28 Apr 2018
WARNING: Spoilers for Avengers - Infinity War!
“I can’t give you everything or the future will change.” Stephen faces Stark again. ”I’m going to have to put all my trust in you,” he adds, ”so I need you to trust me now.”
”Ominous,” Stark says, his dark eyes narrowed, ”not sure I can work with that.”
”You’ll have to.”
Stephen Strange saw over 14 million potential outcomes of their fight against Thanos and only one version of the future that offered hope.
He knew exactly what he was doing when he set them up to fail on Titan.
Fandoms: Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types
21 Mar 2018
In the aftermath of the Vulture and May finding out about Spider-Man, Peter should be happy. May is allowing him to continue his patrols and Tony is making good on his promise to mentor him.
Peter is anything but fine, though. Struggling with nightmares and his insecurities, Peter’s life begins to unravel for good when he becomes the target of a violent school bully, and his only refuge in his duties as Spider-Man is destroyed following a tragic failure.
Tony and May, trying to figure out the dynamics of raising a teenage superhero between the two of them, are forced to watch from the sidelines as Peter refuses to accept help out of fear of appearing weak … and reaches his breaking point.
01 Jan 2018
“Listen, this is about … focusing on the good stuff in your life. Even when … everything else is shit, there is always something good going on, something that keeps you going.”
Peter shook his head. ”Nothing good happened to me this year, Tony.”
”We met,” Tony said. ”That was good right? Because it's definitely on my list of positive things.”
December was a tough month for Peter. Tony tries to cheer him up as the new year approaches.
- Part 4 of Lights To Guide You Home
25 Jul 2017
Spoilers for Spider-Man - Homecoming ahead.
May put her arms around him. “Why didn't you tell me?”
Peter shook his head. “I didn't want to worry you. It's not as bad as it looks.”
Tears threatened again at his words. “It's a stab wound, Peter. In your chest.”
Or: The one where May notices what state Peter is in when he returns from the Homecoming dance and doesn't learn the truth, but still manages to be exactly what he needs.
11 Jul 2017
Iron Man, an Avenger, had stumbled inside the Emergency Room just a moment ago, his suit gleaming wet in the harsh neon-lights. In his arms, he was holding the teenager New York – and the world – had come to identify as the 'Queens Orphan'. It looked as if he was sleeping, cradled securely in Iron Man's grip like a child.
But there was too much blood for that to be the case.
After their return to New York and with the adoption still pending, Tony struggles with the boundaries of being a legal guardian while Peter fears that moving to Manhattan means he is losing his connection to Queens and his life there. When Peter's danger-sense starts acting up in the face of an unknown threat and an unexpected visitor drops by with news from Steve, the simmering conflict comes to a head, forcing both Peter and Tony to admit some things they'd rather kept to themselves.
Like the fact that Tony didn't tell Peter the entire truth about Germany.
Or the reason Peter sometimes wakes up crying and terrified of the dark.
- Part 3 of Lights To Guide You Home