Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types
18 Apr 2018
Steve brings Bucky back to the Tower post- CA:TWS and Bucky seems to be adjusting alright. Except he can’t relax, can’t sleep, and when he tries some self-relief (even when its imagining a certain mouthy genius with a butt that won't quit) nothing seems to work.
Tony understands Bucky's problem– after Afghanistan, it was months before he could relax enough to do that sort of thing, and when he realizes what's going on, he offers to lend a hand.
Bucky is suspicious at first, but Tony has (ahem) magic fingers, and what is originally a one time, fairly awkward moment between near strangers starts to happen more often until its not JUST a helping hand, because now it involves mouths and nakedness and then they are trading kisses and spending the night together and Tony is wearing Bucky’s clothes and stealing his pillows– but its not like they are DATING or anything.
They aren’t…dating, right?
Are they dating??
Bookmarked by Omglookatmar
25 May 2018
08 Sep 2012
Death threats are an unfortunate side-effect of being Tony Stark, so he's learned to ignore them. The problem is, when someone really wants you dead, hiding your head in the sand just kinda exposes your ass.
But it's not just Tony's behind on the line. Whoever wants him dead wants him to suffer first, and they're willing to do anything to make that happen. Tony knows there's only one way out. To save Steve, the Avengers, and the general public, Tony has to die. Of course, death isn't always the end, and Tony does what any other self-disrespecting scientist would do: he finds a way to fake his death and avenge his own murder.
The trouble is, terrible decisions usually have a terrible price, and this one is no different. Tony has a chance to save the day, but the cost may be more than Tony was ever expecting to pay…
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe
26 Apr 2016
Tony Stark is looking for Dr. Bruce Banner. Steve Rogers is waiting for news about Bucky Barnes. They both find themselves aboard a cruise ship towards an island getaway for a charity/awareness event. A break-up over the phone, a stalker on the loose, romps on the beach, a luau, an orchestra concert, an auction for fund-raising, a day-long "date" and one revelation after another bring the two superheroes together.
But all does not end well when Bucky is found, The Accords are signed, and the states unanimously call for The Winter Soldier's arrest. Iron Man and Captain America find themselves at cross purposes as if their time on the island had never happened. Friends turn against friends as Tony fights to make amends for Ultron and Sokovia; Steve fights for the independence of The Avengers from any form of government control and to have his best friend back.
But something had happened on that island. Something undeniable. And powerful. That though on opposing sides, Steve and Tony are drawn to each other.
Will they give in or will they keep resisting? Will they ever find their way back from war to their little slice of paradise?
Signing up for an art course had not been his intention at all. He’d gone into the building after something else entirely. And not the hot teacher, the other one, the one with the arm or lack thereof. Tony Stark might be a warmonger to the rest of the world, especially his soon to be father-in-law, Obadiah Stane, but his true heart lies in building, inventing, and helping others. After what he saw in Afghanistan he decides to change everything with his company and way of life. He wants to redirect the company into biotech, green energy, anything that will make the world a better place. So, walking into the little art school was only to find a way to talk with the disabled Vet, it wasn’t to sign up for an art class, and it sure had nothing to do with how hot the teacher was. After all, Tony Stark is engaged and about to be married to the love of his life, Ty Stane. Why would he care about a down on his luck art teacher, who is a single father, and who has a mysterious job at a downtown exclusive club? Nope, Tony is perfectly happy in his life…yep, perfectly happy. He just can’t figure out why he just signed up for art classes.
Fandom: Captain America (Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Thor (Movies)
20 May 2018
Loki, god of mischief, is known for his scheming and plots. He’s also known for how often those plots seem to crash and burn.
Of course, just because things never go to plan doesn’t mean that those plans don't work.