09 Feb 2018
Tony knew better than to play with alien toys. He really did. But there was just something so tempting about other-worldly objects. It turned out that he wasn't the only Tony Stark that felt that way. One explosion later, there's a brand new Tony in town. But there's something not quite right about this Tony and how he reacts to the team, the way he flinches away from Bucky or shakes when Steve picks up the shield or won't turn his back to Clint and Natasha.
It turns out that not every Tony Stark is as lucky as Tony, but damned if Tony, Steve and Bucky aren't going to fix that.
(or, the one where canon MCU Tony gets thrown into a fanon world and gets ALL THE LOVE from the fanon version of the team)
Bookmarked by TheHeartOfTheStar
24 Feb 2018
Fandoms: Iron Man (Movies), Iron Man (Comics), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Captain America - All Media Types, Captain America (Movies)
14 Feb 2018
“What kind of price?” Howard’s frightened but he’s not stupid. He’s a better businessman than to agree to something without hearing the finer details first. Especially not from … them.
Howard's heart skips a beat.
“I-I don’t have any children.” Howard forces the words out. It’s the truth too. He doesn’t have any kids, doesn’t even have a wife or any desire to find one.
“You will,” they say, voices certain and almost amused. “We know your beginning, your middle, your eventual end. You will have a child and in exchange for our aid that child will belong to us.”
The implications of what they’re saying makes Howard even more lightheaded than before.
“Deal.” Howard says with no hesitation.
- Part 7 of The Components of Construction
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies)
27 Sep 2016
“You’ve got war in your heart boy,” Howard sneers, “don’t ever try and pretend to be anything but what you are.”
Tony feels the familiar burn of a flower mark being etched into his skin but he doesn’t look, doesn’t try and check to see what it is. Instead he keeps his eyes on Howard and his hands cupped around his bleeding mouth and nose.
Harry Potter did not know what the flower over his heart meant until one night when he was seven years old and his fat and loud cousin asked his mother what the yellow rose on his chest meant. Of course, Harry, being somewhat of their personal gardener, knew that the rose, because of its color, was symbolic of jealousy. He also knew that the purple hyacinth on his heart stood for sorrow. Aunt Petunia had sighed, and told her son the rose stood for love anyway. Harry lied to himself, just as his aunt had lied to his cousin. Harry lies to himself a lot.
Credit this AU to RayShippouUchiha, and her story Hide A Heart of War. (Thank You!)
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel
15 Jul 2016
Rhodey doesn’t expect anything to come out of his, frankly, absolutely spectacular night with Bucky. He’s no stranger to the concept of one-night stands, has—due to his demanding career—prefered casual relationships with no strings attached himself for most of his adult life, so he’s admittedly surprised when Bucky texts him a couple of days after their encounter. Surprised, but not averse to an eventual repeat performance.
Or; five times Rhodey is completely oblivious to how serious Bucky is about them, and the one time the second most emotionally stunted person in Avengers Tower talks some sense into him.
Bookmarked by TheHeartOfTheStar
22 Jan 2018